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  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Studio: Time Life
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004ZN8ZDM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,374 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

I plan to sell it at my next garage sale.
lucky10
The workouts are easy to do, and with 5 workouts to pick from I can mix it up and do something different every day without getting bored.
Melissa S
I also found this wonderful workout on Comcast via On Demand.
Darryl Robertson

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By T. Mitchell on January 2, 2010
Format: DVD
I found this on Comcast's On Demand line up. It was a 30 minute sample.
I LOVED IT! I LOVE CHERYL BURKE! :)

This workout really reminded my of aerobics classes from the late 70's. I found the moves easy to learn. I had to modify because I am so out of shape, but it was easy to do. Cheryl starts the moves as basic moves and then bumps them up a notch at a time. She leads you through a short routine move-by-move, and then at the end she puts all of the routines together.
Even though there were times I would miss a step here and there it kept me moving and did not slow the workout for me.
The dancers behind her had fun with the dancing and made it even more enjoyable.Cheryl Burke Presents Disco Abs (3 DVD)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Julianna Ross on March 13, 2010
Format: DVD
I've been struggling with losing my maternity weight for months, and have tried several DVDs (postnatal workouts, yoga, cardio, kickboxing, pilates, circuit training). Hands down, Cheryl's 3 disc workout is the BEST! I used to be an avid dancer, and I'm usually bored out of my mind with slow warm-ups, workouts taking forever to make me break a sweat, or with the dances being comprised of simplistic, un-challenging steps. This workout is fun (no exaggeration), has the original music (not those weird Muzak versions of the songs), and actually made me feel my abs working hard enough to start getting tight again. I've only been using the workouts for two weeks, and my body is starting to firm up more, my posture is getting better, and my stomach is finally getting smaller. Hallelujah!

I always enjoyed Cheryl on DWTS, as the healthiest-looking professional dancer there (lean and toned, but still curvy). She is refreshingly direct with the workout guidance, and doesn't make any cheesy jokes or unnecessary chatter. She's adorable and inspiring. I would totally recommend these DVDs!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Darryl Robertson on January 18, 2010
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I also found this wonderful workout on Comcast via On Demand. I started Doing this routine ( which is really easy to learn) about 3 weeks ago. I have dropped 7 lbs already, combined with a healthy diet and I look forward to losing about 25 more lbs! Cheryl Burke is a disco DIVA!!!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By RockyMtnGal on July 3, 2012
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I am a Zumba Instructor and Personal Trainer and I LOVE this workout. I'm 48, so the music is from my era and I loved disco dancing back in the day. I believe that this is a good workout, but not extremely difficult. I've read the negative reviews and here's my take on them. This "ab" workout is a "standing" ab workout. Ladies, please do not think that you must be lying on the floor to get an ab workout. You'll never have great abs anyway unless you are eating a clean diet. Doing long ab workouts on the floor are no more beneficial and you cannot spot reduce either and most people end up hurting their necks and backs with floor ab work. I always incorporate standing ab work in my classes. As far as her cueing, it could be better. I believe every workout DVD should have a "technique" section to show people proper form on squats and lunges. If you don't know proper form, please research it. There are many good videos on the internet with certified trainers showing you the correct form. Most of the steps are not difficult, example: 4 steps forward, tap, 4 steps back, tap, repeat to the side, etc. I think what most people find challenging is adding the hand movements. If the hands throw you off, do the footwork first, then add the hands later. Most of my clientele is around my age+ and I have done many of these moves with them and they did great and were able to follow along. It's not high impact, but it's challenging and it's not hard on the knees. As far as the songs, there are original songs, but on some of the workouts there are also instrumental disco tunes in between the original songs. What people have to understand is the producers of the DVD must pay dearly for the rights to use these songs. If they use too many, they have to raise the price of the DVD.Read more ›
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on March 8, 2011
Format: DVD
Cheryl is an enthusiastic motivator, and looks terrific on the package and doing the moves in the video. Unfortunately, that's where her merits as a workout instructor end. I prefer my instructor to cue me for the next move a few beats ahead so that I know what to expect... but Cheryl doesn't seem to even know herself. As a result, most of her cues during the workouts are limited to "Keep going!" and "One more time!" What's more, she often sounds like she's out of breath! And her own movements seem stiff and limited compared to one of the bouncy, enthusiastic background dancers.

The choreography on these discs is indeed fun -- and effective! -- but extremely repetitive. Each move is fun at first, but seems to last several reps longer than necessary or interesting. For me that adds up to boring, especially when the promised "full songs by the original artists" end and we are left with silence but for the stomping of the dancers' feet. This, coupled with the instructor's apparent lack of familiarity with the workout, gives the whole thing a sort of unfinished, hastily produced quality.

And finally, the buns and thighs workout -- which the box promises contains "no boring squats or lunges!" -- consists ENTIRELY of... boring squats and lunges.

The countdown clock is a nice feature, but not enough to keep me coming back.
I'll definitely continue to favor my Crunch workouts over this one.
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