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Debra Mazda ShapelyGirl Let's Get Moving! (2008)

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  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Run Time: 52 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00169E2SK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #663,730 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Exercise Physiologist Debra Mazda, M. Ed is the #1 leader of the plus-size fitness movement and creator of the ShapelyGirl DVD series. With a belief that "Fitness Comes In Many Sizes" and an upbeat motivating style Debra inspires women of all shapes and sizes to "Get off the couch, start moving and change your life." Let's Get Moving! is the workout that will help you feel and look great. Even if you've never exercised before, you can start moving, breathing and sweating off calories with this fun, easy to follow program. By saying goodbye to fad diets and embracing the benefits of working out 2 decades ago Debra went from a size 26/28 to a healthy size 10/12. Let's Get Moving! is designed especially for larger women who will enjoy working out as part of the ShapelyGirl community. Learn more at www.debramazda.com Let's Get Moving! for ShapelyGirls is highly effective in burning calories and toning your body. This is a Beginner/Intermediate workout including warm up, cardio, and cool down exercises, a bonus floorwork track and special feature, "Debra Mazda's Circle Time" when the ShapelyGirl team talks about working out as healthy, plus-size women. Level: Beginner/Intermediate Runtime: approximately 52 minutes

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Life Changing November 13, 2008
By D. cole
I weighed 250 pounds on 9/15/2008. I began writing down everything that I ate and staying under 1200 calories a day. I hit a plateau at 238 on 10/8/08.
I thought if I could excercise it might help me lose weight faster. So I went online and found Debra Mazda's video. I love it because I can do it at home and as of today, 11/13/08 I am at 230 lbs. 20 lbs lost and only 80 to go, ha ha. I truly believe with watching calories and working out 3-5 times per week will get me there. I already feel much better.
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5.0 out of 5 stars YOU HAVE TO BUY THIS ONE! September 15, 2008
wow, i have bought videos before, joined gyms before, but there is NOTHING like this DVD. i have been struggling with my weight for so long, feel self conscious to go to a gym, and when i saw this DVD i knew it was something i had to have. not only do i feel better when watching it, but the instructor is SO motivating and makes you feel comfortable b/c she has been through the weight loss struggles. the moves are not too hard, yet it is enough exercise to get a good workout in! i can do it in the comfort of my own home, and seeing these other larger women be able to do the moves, makes me feel that i can do it too! there is nothing else like this, and it is great to see that someone out there is looking out for us "big" girls to help get us fit! the hardest part is getting started but i promise you that if you buy this video, you will never want to stop using it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Move your tail and buy this one! September 11, 2014
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Right up my alley! Thanks, Debra!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not impressed. July 9, 2009
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I was not impressed with this workout video at all. First the fact that it's WAY over priced for a video that has the quality of a dollar store DVD. Second, the workout is hard to follow, and way too L O N G! There's nothing different from this than any other hard-to-follow, cheap exercise dvd except a few mildly overweight people are doing it. I expected a lot better from my fellow fat chicks.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Great but lose the emphasis on weight loss please December 1, 2009
It is great that Debra Mazda has created a series of dvds to get large size people moving their bodies. I just wish she would not make any deal out of the fact that she went from size 26 to a 12.Weight loss should not be a goal. If we move to lose weight, most of us will not keep it up if we don't lose weight. Fitness and health can happen regardless of our size or weight. Bodies love to move and it makes them feel great and increases health. Is that not reason enough to do it?

As someone who is recovering from body hatred, I would love to see the weight loss emphasis taken out completely.

Also, learning how to eat intuitively and learning stop counting calories and controlling food is one way, and I think the best way to get off the diet/binge cycle, once and for all. To learn how to do this please read "I'ts Not About Food" by Laurelee Roark and Carol Emery Normandi. Another excellent book is called Health at Every Size: The Surprising Truth about Your Weight"Health at Every Size" by Linda Bacon PhD. It's Not about Food: End Your Obsession with Food and WeightAlso, see the film, America The Beautiful by Darryl Roberts.You can get it on the website of the same name.

May all learn to love, accept and care for their bodies! May we all see body hatred and restrained eating in any form banished from our culture! Freedom is possible!
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