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The Complete Physique 57 Workout Kit 3 Disc Set With Exercise Ball

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Product Description

Eight workouts to visible results.

The Complete Physique 57 DVD Workout Kit (a three-disc series + exercise ball) is a great introduction to Physique 57 and to becoming the best you ever (in the least amount of time). Physique 57's unique barre-based workout combines cardio, strength training and stretching to sculpt gorgeous long, lean muscles. No matter what kind of shape you're in, whether you loathe exercise, or work out seven days a week, these workouts will change your body. Each DVD offers beginner and advanced variations and new exciting ways to challenge your body. These high energy full body workouts are efficient, effective and fun!

Are you ready to feel the burn and start transforming your body today?

Equipment Needed: Portable ballet barre or sturdy piece of furniture, cushion or thick towel and hand weights.

To make the most of your DVDs make sure to check out the Physique 57 blog and social media accounts for suggested routines and to connect with our community for support and guidance along the way.

More about Physique 57

Physique 57 is a non-impact, ballet barre-based workout that combines intervals of cardio, strength training, stretching and recovery to sculpt long, lean, gorgeous muscles. It works arms, thighs, seat and abs in an efficient and effective 30 or 57-minute exercise class. Simply said, it takes the best of interval training and turns up the volume.

"It's transformed my body in ways I never thought possible," explains Kelly Ripa to Fitness Magazine.


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  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005H0GLOC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,048 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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My body is more toned and I feel stronger.
Connie in DE
As a runner, I like the feeling of getting a lot of work done during workouts, and I get this sense more with P57 than with TA.
M. Sarah
Some have said that Tanya annoys them but she is very motivating to me.
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204 of 210 people found the following review helpful By Yoga Girl on November 24, 2010
I've been reviewing a lot of dvds lately because I've completely switched up my fitness routine these days. I've gone from lots of high intensity cardio and heavy weight training to full body workouts, yoga, and blended barre/yoga/pilates and dance programs.

I would consider myself to be in good shape, but I need a change and this new direction has presented many challenges that I welcome. In recent years I've done extreme fitness programs like P90X and Insanity. In the past I've tried different pilates and yoga workouts, but quickly lost interest when they didn't yield the results I was after. So I was a bit leery to revisit this type of programming.

However, I've tried several different series in the past few weeks and have had to eat my words. My latest is Physique 57. After hearing so much about it I had to give it a try. I did the 57 minute workout and was humbled when after a few minutes of leg lifts I could barely continue. I used muscles that hardly ever get a workout.

The workout is broken down into different sections: Arms, legs & seat and ab work. The arm work used light and "heavy" weights with variations of basic arm curls (bicep, hammer) and push ups. The participants used what looked like 3 and 5lb weights. Since I'm used to lifting much heavier the 5lb weights that I used only left me with a slight burn. But that is easily remedied by raising the weight that I use. Depending on your experience the 5lbs might be OK.

The leg work presented more of a challenge. By using the barre and a playground ball for certain exercises, my legs were on fire. Next the hips and seat were put through the ringer with standing leg raises and floor work. There were moments when I couldn't lift my leg anymore! But this is something to work towards mastering.
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117 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Spoony C. on August 30, 2011
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I started with dance-inspired workouts after I injured myself running too much; they are low impact, feature lots of stretching and strength conditioning, and ideally will give you the lean "dancer's body". I have used Tracey Mallett's Booty Barre DVDs and love them, and searching for related products led me to Physique 57. I really didn't want to spend so much on all the Physique 57 DVDs without trying them first, so I ordered the volume 1 full body workout DVD by itself. I had to order it directly from the website, and had to pay the shipping. I liked this workout so much that I then ordered just volume 2, and again paid for the shipping. Well, I've gotten such good results from these workouts over the past three months, that I finally caved and ordered the entire set featured here. This means I got two DVDs I already owned, but I had blabbed so much about Physique 57 to my friends that they wanted to borrow the DVDs to see for themselves, so now I have two "loaner" discs. That way I can appear gracious and considerate to others, but still be self-centered and not worry about missing my own workouts. So here's what you get:

1. Volumes 1 and 2 total body workouts (57 minutes each): Both follow the format of arm workouts using hand weights (light and heavy sets), thigh and seat workouts using a ballet barre or your living room furniture, an abdominal workout using an exercise mat, then a back workout. Stretching is included throughout and at the end. You will need a playground ball off and on throughout all the segments except the arm workout.

2. Volumes 1 and 2 express workouts (30 minutes each): Neither require weights, and are abbreviated total body workouts (for "people on the go"). Arm workouts are accomplished through pushups and planks.
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92 of 104 people found the following review helpful By M. Sarah on November 25, 2010
A year ago, the only form of exercise I got was running. I figured that it was the only activity I needed; it kept me slim, happy, and healthy. However, I realized that my cardio habit was leaving me "skinnyfat"--I had absolutely no muscle definition in my abdomen or arms, and I was surprisingly weak. I started doing the Tracy Anderson (TA) Method. I love it and I'm still devoted to it (her mat DVD actually changed my life), but recently I've been looking for new DVDs to switch up my toning routine to complement my serious running habit. My cousin, a New Yorker, recommended Physique 57 (hereon referred to at P57), and I absolutely adore it!

P57 is kind of diametrically opposed to the Tracy Anderson method in terms of presentation and approach, even though both systems strive for the same end goal (a tight, firm, and beautifully defined body). Tracy's sets are muted and she's always calm and solitary, whereas Tanya screams at you amidst a group of equally enthusiastic exercises on a bright blue set. It took me a little while to get used to Tanya, but now I kind of appreciate her craziness. If I'm still just not feeling her, I just mute the TV and put on a workout playlist of my own.

Where P57 and TA really differ is the cardio element of the exercise. You definitely do get some cardio in during TA's DVDs (I think one reviewer said she burned about 300 calories during the TA Mat DVD), but you will DEFINITELY get your sweat on in P57. As a runner, I like the feeling of getting a lot of work done during workouts, and I get this sense more with P57 than with TA.

Most importantly, I've found that P57 really enhances the results I've gotten with TA. TA really helped to feminize my runner's physique, and P57 has helped to chisel that leaner physique with muscle definition. I don't look jacked or scary sinewy (no Madonna here) by any means, but I definitely feel like I raise an eyebrow or two (in a good way!) when I wear something strapless.
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