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  • Actors: Kym Johnson, Lacey Schwimmer, Dmitry Chaplin
  • Directors: Cal Pozo
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: December 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 51 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002P8LKB8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,325 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

On ABC’s DANCING WITH THE STARS™, contestants shed countless pounds and inches, and now you can too! With three fun routines – a sizzling Latin combo, a tantalizing Tango, and a jazzy-funk Freestyle – pro dancers Kym, Dmitry and Lacey will teach you to dance like a star as you shrink your waistline and sculpt lean muscle. Transform your body with this body-sculpting routine and achieve a stronger, sexier you!

Customer Reviews

Often times you only see the steps once before you do them at tempo.
M. Razzante
Not too inspiring, just a lot of hips swaying; I wasn't sure if it really counted as a dance or a workout.
M. Montalti
And they should be, because besides a workout, that's what dance DVDs are for.
Rayna

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By ĴĴ VINE VOICE on December 8, 2009
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This dancing workout is different from all of the other DWTS workouts. I was expecting it to be like "DWTS: Dance Off the Pounds" but it was totally different. While in "Dance Off the Pounds" each of the three dances was a full routine, some of these dances were not full routines. Yet, they weren't just moves taught to you. Let me explain. . .

There is no warm-up so you go directly to the first workout.

Latin-This 15 minute workout is divided into three 5 minute workouts. The first one is Rumba, the second Cha-Cha, and the third was a Cha-Cha/Merengue mix. The back of the box said to expect Mambo, but I didn't really see any Mambo steps except for maybe one. Maybe. The Rumba is easy and beginners could probably do it. Cha-Cha is a bit quicker and it slightly resembles the Cha-Cha routine on the "Cardio Dance" DVD. The Cha-Cha Merengue was nice, but it features some moves that are more ab toning and less dance. Kym Johnson leads this, and she is a better instructor than in the other video. However, this section just seemed too feminine. There were no male backups and the moves were a little slinky. Focuses on toning abs.

Tango-I LOVED this section! Led by Dmitry Chaplin, it had the same format as the Latin with three 5 minute workouts. The moves were SO fun. The music was GREAT! You really felt like you were really dancing! Unfortunately, this routine has no real purpose except for teaching some really fun steps. It is not cardio at all, and while it tries to tone legs, it fails. At least it does for me.

Freestyle-This routine, led by Lacey Schwimmer IS a full routine. It has NO toning whatsoever, but it takes Jive, Latin, and other steps and adds a hip-hop style to them.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By mcel VINE VOICE on December 21, 2009
I purchased this with the other DWTS DVD. I definitely prefer "Dance off the Pounds" to the "Dance Body Tone" DVD.

However, it was hard to go into DVD with an open mind since I loved "Dance Off the POunds" so much, but if you do, you will find that it is actually a good workout, if you put the energy the instructors have for these moves into it.

The first section was Latin dance with Kym. It's called an "ab blast" but honestly, I didn't feel as though I was doing anything really strenuous. There is Rhumba, Cha Cha and Merengue here. The moves are pretty good, not fast paced and easy to get down on the first try. But that was the problem I had. It felt more like I was swaying my hips continuously for 15 mins and that's all. I was a little let down with this section and worried that they were reverting back to the older DWTS DVDs. But I was pleasantly surprised that the next day, my abs and hips did feel like they were worked, albeit not sore exactly, but "stretched out". So this section DID serve it's purpose.

Second up was the Tango/Argentine Tango section with Dmitry. This section was a lot of fun and I felt sexy doing it. I didn't work up a huge sweat since the tango is not a fast dance, and the moves are broken down slowly. But doing the leg flicks you see them do on the show was a lot of fun. Great little section but I really didn't think it was toning anything. Well here I am the day after and let me tell you, was I wrong! My legs and butt are a little sore and I am really surprised. The thing with this section is, you are doing a lot of lunges and steps that you "sit in" so you are doing a lot of thigh and glute work! And you don't realize that. So it was a really pleasant surprise.

Last up was the Freestyle section with Lacey.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Razzante on January 3, 2010
I was quite disappointed with this video. I workout on a regular basis and was hoping to add dance into my routine to change things up. However, this was not the DVD to start with.

The other reviews did a good job of explaining the different sets on the DVD so I won't talk to much about those. i will say that I feel like I got the best workout from the first routine, the Latin routine, which was focused on abs. The other two didn't do much for me.

But the real issue I has was not being able to keep up with the steps. I am no a dancer at all, but my sister has been dancing all her life and is in a show choir now and she had a hard time keeping up with the steps. Often times you only see the steps once before you do them at tempo. I also felt like I needed a lot more space than would be available anywhere in my home.

If you want to learn the dances this may be a good DVD for you. If you are a beginner or are looking for a good workout I would suggest skipping this video.
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Very basic menu of each of the dances (custom) or play all (with or without instruction)
No warmup.
Latin (15 min)
Kym Johnson & 2 backup women -
she starts & does the most of the Cucaracha (figure 8 w/step out), also goes over Rumba step, pada berets w/seductive single hip roll, Cumbia, cha-cha variations like the New Yorker & a tight double step twist step & Merengue w/hip roll. Those who never had lessons or haven't tried other Latin dance dvds w/instruction may get lost as she never goes slower then normal tempo & the camera will move away from the feet often. This is mostly lean a step & practice & kinda build into a routine, but I like the practice style more then needing a routine.
Tango (15 min)
Dimitry Chaplin w/2 women & 2 men -
More a balancing/very easy toning, it's slower movements, you won't increase your heart rate. There are almost no leg lifts, just a lot of pointing out & some turns. The music was better here, but the moves felt more like for those with little balance ability, very basics & bit dull. Dimitry actually shows you the moves in 1/2 time once, & what to expect which is refreshing after Kym's lack of teaching.
Freestyle (15 min)
Lacey Shwimmer w/2 women & 2 men -
This is a modified easy combo of some of the moves from the previous sections as well as Hip Hop, Jive, Latin, Broadway, etc. with three different song beats, some more rock & roll, some more Jive, etc. Lacey explains the move beforehand once & shows it in 1/2 time 1x like Dimitry which helps a lot. This one is the least dull because there is less emphasis on tight control, more looseness & faster tempo in music.
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