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  • Actors: Fred DeVito, Elisabeth Halfpapp
  • Directors: James Wvinner
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Acacia
  • DVD Release Date: December 2, 2008
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AZI236
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,072 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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"Lose the jiggle without the gym" --Marie Claire

A quarter of a million people have transformed their bodies at the exclusive Exhale Spa--now you can get these same results at home.

Build a strong core, develop washboard abs, improve posture, and create a tighter, firmer physique with Core Fusion Body Sculpt. This total-body program employs exercises that tone and sculpt your deepest, hard-to-reach muscles so it’s more efficient and effective than traditional strength training. You’ll use your own body weight as resistance and small hand weights to really challenge and build your muscles.

Segmented into five focused workouts of just 10 minutes each, these exercises target the whole body, from arms and shoulders to glutes, hips, thighs, and abs. The unique Core Fusion system will strengthen your body, quiet your mind, and improve your overall well-being while redefining your physique from head to toe.

Core Fusion creators Fred DeVito and Elisabeth Halfpapp have over 50 years’ combined experience teaching Pilates, yoga, dance, and Tai Chi, disciplines that inform the Body Sculpt workout. They are founding team members of Exhale, a leading mind/body spa with locations around the country.


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Great Video workout!
I like the way this is a workout I can grow with, I can't do all the repetitions in the ab section but I still feel I am getting a very good workout.
Angela Cimino
Especially great for those who need low impact exercises and those who want to work on their flexibility as well as their core muscle groups.
Steph B

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201 of 203 people found the following review helpful By TTT on March 23, 2009
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I am the type of person that might as well open a library with all the workout DVDs I have. This one makes it to the top of the list. There are several selling points:

1) time - there are 5 ten minute sections that do not feel like an eternity nor is there time wasted with talk.

2) form - these two are very careful about form and ensuring that you are able to visualize exactly how you should be doing what they instruct.

3) effectiveness - you feel it afterwards. The next day after doing about three out of the five workouts, I was feeling my muscles.

4) palatable - these two are not annoying, don't yell, have nice music (or not) behind them and are all about the work itself.
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192 of 206 people found the following review helpful By Khezla Durr on January 11, 2009
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The first thing that impressed me about this video is its intelligence. It's a thinking person's workout. Exercises are strong on authentic Lotte Berk since that was a significant part of this couple's background, with additions from Pilates, yoga and classical weight training. They do an excellent job of talking you through the exercises, explaining what it will do for your body, thereby keeping you motivated from a positive place, which is so much nicer than the commonly used negative motivational techniques where somebody is screaming you through a breakneck pace. They have you concentrate on how your body is feeling the exercise, stopping momentarily if you need to, then picking it up again - instead of counting monotonous repetitions for you. This approach is so much more pleasant and sensible. The workout is muscle toning, organized as interval training. Interval training has been proven by medical research to be much preferred for promoting fat loss and heart reserve capacity, instead of long term cardio. The pacing promotes the mind-body connection and focus, which reminds me of my ballet training from years ago, or hatha yoga. You have a chance to breathe and think during the exercises, without feeling additional stress due to the exercising. Much appreciated after a hectic day at work.

The video had a warm, intimate, personal trainer feel to it with the husband and wife team demonstrating the exercises together and instructing by means of a voiceover. They alternated showing the advanced version of an exercise and clearly indicated which person you should watch if that's the level you wanted. Setting is what I call "New Age living room," lovely décor, warm earthtones, water feature, and subdued lighting, plenty of camera shots from various angles.
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151 of 161 people found the following review helpful By GG on December 12, 2008
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I'm always looking for something fun and results oriented to keep me motivated. This DVD totally fits the bill on that front. It's a really interesting and different approach to a total body workout broken up into do-able 10-minute sections that completely make me "feel the burn" AND keep me interested. The instructors do a great job of explaining each exercise clearly and showing alternate moves. Core Fusion seems to be all about small muscle movements and lots of reps so you're not working with heavy weights. However, you are repeating specific exercises for a longer period than you normally would so by the time you're done with each 10-min segment you really know you put some work into that muscle group. My personal faves are the ballet inspired chair workouts (amazing for the rear-end) and the arm workouts (awesome tri/bicept routine).

If you like this one, check out Core Fusion Pilates Plus. I bought both DVDs at once and am really pleased. Pilates Plus features the same instructors but with exercises that target the abs. The fact that I not only finished this DVD, but am doing it regularly is a testament in itself as I normally can't get through a pilates workout (find them boring in many cases) and I hate working my abs. I may be imagining things but I do feel a bit tighter all around after doing these workouts for a little while. Both Core Fusion DVDs have quickly become part of my regular workout rotation.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By BlueRoses on January 27, 2010
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I am a veteran of collecting home workouts as well as a former dancer, with a complete library of pilates, yoga, cardiobarre, ballet fusion, etc. etc. etc. videos and DVDs. Because of actually DOING the videos on a regular basis (4-6 times a week depending on my schedule), I think that I am in above average shape and rarely get noticeably sore muscles or am winded by any workout any longer.

This video changes all that. I was really looking for a new challenge and found this Core Fusion program after some research. The first time I did it: WOW. My legs especially noticed the difference, and I had a hard time getting through the thigh segment without pausing, which has not happened with another workout in years.

-The first 10 minute segment is arm work, with light hand weights. I liked the different arm and back muscles that were targeted, and though I could get through this part without too much trouble, after about 4 workouts I could see increased definition in the muscles in my shoulders and back.

-The second 10 minute segment is the leg work using a chair and long holds in some classic ballet stances with clever alterations. This part has made the biggest difference to me personally, I lost at least an inch on my thighs after a month or so and my legs STILL shake at certain points in the workout. The best leg work I ever did!

-The third 10 minute segment targets the butt and legs while using a chair for support, and lots of leg lifting in various ballet positions really lifts the rear and strengthens the standing leg.

-The fourth 10 minute segment was also very powerful and intensive, it is the abdomen segment and it was also one of the most difficult that I had encountered, with long holding postions and lots of core strengthening.
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Workout DVDs that are easy on the KNEE?
Try Karen Voight's Burn & Firm. There are no lunges or kneeling, and the squats are modified so you're not going as deep.
Jul 19, 2009 by Little Cub |  See all 3 posts
How do you combine Exhale Core Fusion DVDs?
I checked with the instructors, Fred Devito and Elisabeth Halfpapp, and they wrote: "When mixing and matching the Core Fusion DVD's, it is important to involve all the muscle groups. It is good to vary the exercises to keep your muscles guessing. Since the DVD's are divided into 10 minute... Read More
Nov 4, 2010 by Jen22201 |  See all 2 posts
questions about Exhale Core Fusion
I have been doing Core Fusion and Bar Method anywhere from 3-6 days a week with great results. I don't do any other type of exercise and I've lost about 15 lbs plus firmed up TREMENDOUSLY since I started doing this seriously about 6 months ago. (I dabbled with Core fusion for about 3 months... Read More
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Which fitness dvd has brought success in losing weight?
Jillian Michaels and Jackie Warner's dvds really kick-started my results...lost about 15lbs over the past year and I like the combo of strength and cardio. Learned a lot, in general, from them - and they have different dvds (longer vs. shorter) depending on how you feel that day. Work out about... Read More
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