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  • Actors: Karen Voight
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Entertaining Fitness
  • DVD Release Date: January 7, 2003
  • Run Time: 210 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000077VQI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,855 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Now it’s easy to lift weights, do low-impact cardio and practice yoga with this personalized cross-training program mapped out for your whole week. At the push of a button, get a different 30-minute workout each day to keep it interesting and fresh. With the convenience of this daily schedule, you’ll have no excuse to skip your workouts and you’ll never work the same muscles two days in a row.

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This half-hour-a-day, weeklong exercise program is rigorous but repetitive. Exercise expert Karen Voight has devised a workout plan for Monday through Sunday, mixing up cardio, strength training, and yoga, and allowing the different muscles to rest in between. So on Monday viewers start with the cardio/lower-body work segment, on Tuesday move on to yoga and overall strength training. However, Wednesday is a repeat of Monday's cardio segment, Thursday duplicates earlier strength training routines, etc. Voight's moves are fresh: she adds a dash of ballet from her dancing days, employs yoga's underused upward dog, and pushes balancing exercises. Intermediate and advanced exercisers will work up a sweat but might quickly grow bored of reruns. However, viewers won't tire of Voight's calm but friendly approach; she inspires while avoiding the false cheerleading used by so many instructors. Equipment needed: yoga mat and blocks, 5- to 8-pound weights, and an exercise band. --Kimberly Heinrichs

Customer Reviews

I was definitely disappointed, and have not picked it up again.
Reese
The cardio is the same no matter which day you do it; same with the upper and lower body toning as well as the yoga.
E. Stubna
This DVD has previews of other workouts and links to Karen's website so you can purchase exercise equipment.
Rebecca of Amazon

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99 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca of Amazon HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 7, 2003
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While this is an interesting concept, will it work for you?

Do you only have 30 minutes a day for a workout? Then, this might be a great solution. Karen has created a variety of mix 'n match workouts. All you do is select the day of the workout. If you are used to working out for an hour, you might have to combine two days.

Monday (Cardio & Lower Body Strength): This is an interesting combination of small cardio segments that seem to increase in intensity. You end the workout with a short floor routine and some stretches.

Tuesday (Yoga Strength): Karen shows you how to get the most out of each move. She will work your body into a finely tuned fitness machine. Compared to other 45-60 minute yoga workouts I have, this seemed to be a very quick workout for me, so adding 40 minutes of walking will take this to a new level. You can do the walking before the yoga and it will warm your muscles so you can go deeper into the stretches.

Wednesday (Cardio & Abdominal Strength): Aerobics workout in which you start with a warm-up routine, then move into more energetic moves. I thought the "bunny hops" were kinda cute. It is like using a jump rope without the rope. Karen is a bundle of high energy and takes you from simple moves to complex routines that not only challenge your body, you have to stay very aware and the footwork is very creative. The aerobics workout is followed by floor routines for abs. Some stretching at the end.

Thursday (Upper & Lower Body Strength): You start with the cardio workout and then work your way into using weights while standing. Lots of upper body work and then you go to the mat and continue working out your upper body. The cool down has some lower body stretches.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Moose Spot on November 7, 2002
Karen Voight is phenomenal. Each workout is only a half hour and is labled by the day of the week so it is easy to keep track of which workout comes next. She has some simple, but innovative moves that work out each muscle group. I love the combination of cardio, strength training and yoga on this DVD. Equipment required is minimal. You will need 5-8 lb dumbells, a yoga block and a yoga mat. One thing I think the buyer should know is that each workout may vary with the part of the body you are working on, but each time you focus on that area, it is a repeat of the same clip. For example, the ab workout is the same, the warm up and cool downs are the same, etc. I highly recommend this DVD. Karen teaches proper form expands my workout and I also appreciate that her body is sculpted and healthy looking. Worth the money
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 13, 2002
There's lots of variety on this disc between the cardio, toning and yoga segments. I really loved the "stretch/relaxation" yoga segment in particular - it's a floormat routine that really stretches your hips and lower back (problem areas for me). I found the "strength" yoga 30m section too advanced though; you would want to know yoga already for this one. I'm quite good at balancing, but this had me falling over...
The arms section was good but very fast. I like toning routines that move quickly from one exercise to another, without an explanation of how each move is done. But this is too fast! If you like to change the amount of weight used for each move, there's no time to switch. And the moves themselves feel like they are running in fast motion, bordering on unsafe. In the end I just used the speed I felt comfortable with, switched weights when I needed to, and just used the routine as a "prompter" in the background.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 15, 2003
I love Karen Voight. I think that she is one of the best intructors on the market - I actually like her a lot better than Denise Austin and Kathy Smith. Her workouts are easy to follow, you break a sweat, and she teaches you about your form (what your body should look and feel like when doing particular excercises). Karen's form is impecible and I also find her voice to be soothing, especially for the yoga workouts. In this particular video, Karen repeats many of the exercises that I learned in "Your Personal Best" with Elle McPherson, but she also adds some new excerices. With 7 different workouts at 30 minutes each, I can do these workouts before I go to work in the morning or when I get home in the evening, without feeling like working out is taking up all of my free time. I can also change up the workouts depending on how I feel or the time of day that I am able to exercise. The other thing that I really like about Karen's style is that she is very positive. She always seems to know when the reps are getting tough and is able to add that encouragement that I need to finish up. The only thing that I didn't like about this video was very minor - I didn't like the scenery. Karen is seen on the cover of this video on the beach, but the excercises are actually taped in a studio. It would have also been really nice if each workout had a different scene - ie in the studio or some place outdoors. I also didn't like "Kathy" the other woman working out on the tape. Her form is good, I just didn't care for her being in the background. These are super minor things, but things that I think would have made the video even better. Overall, I really enjoy spending 30 minutes of my morning with Karen and her workouts. Her workouts are easy enough for beginners and tough enough for more advanced folks.
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