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Positive Prenatal Fitness - A Complete Pregnancy Workout [VHS]


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Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Studio: RDK Productions, Inc.
  • VHS Release Date: April 20, 1999
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0966444302
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #717,088 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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There's an expanding choice of pregnancy workout videos out there, and National Aerobics medalist Aileen Sheron offers this 64-minute tape for women with some dance experience who want to try some challenging steps. In other words, if anything more complicated than the grapevine trips you up, you'll want to look elsewhere. After a brief explanation of her credentials and the benefits and precautions of exercising while pregnant, Sheron launches into a 50-minute workout that includes two warm-up sections, three aerobic sets, three strengthening sections, and a warm-down stretch before her relaxation segment. Instead of floor work, Sheron demonstrates leg work and other resistance exercises using a chair and an exercise band, included with the video. Her aerobic sections involve combinations of several dance steps (Charleston, cross step, cha cha, etc.) and require more room than some exercise tapes do. (A small family room may not accommodate.) Sheron's strenuous workout is followed by her six-minute interview with a physician expert on prenatal exercise. In addition, a pamphlet detailing the recommendations of the American College of Obstreticians and Gynecologists and warnings on prenatal and postnatal exercise is enclosed with the video. --Kimberly Heinrichs

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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 28, 2000
This is a great video! It's very easy to follow, the moves can be made more or less challenging, depending on your ability, and it doesn't get boring! The sections of warm-ups, aerobics, strength training and stretching are all broken down in a really comfortable format, allowing for plenty of perceived exertion tests and water breaks. It even comes with the strength training band used in the workout! Aileen Sheron is pleasant to follow and listen to, she's not too peppy or loud. I would recommend this video to any pregnant woman, whether they've worked out before or not. It's wonderful!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sara M. on May 24, 2000
I wasn't that impressed with the aerobics in this video. When starting a new aerobics routine, I like for the instructor to tell me exactly when to move (which the instructor fails to do several times). The instructor seems friendly, but I feel sort of left out I have guess what the next move will be quite a few times. I hate that! I'm already so clumsy and scatterbrained enough as it is.
Also, the exercise band is ANNOYING! It makes your hands smell like rubber and is not that easy to use.
Kathy Smith and Buns of Steel 8 are my favorites by far.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Angela Preimesberger on March 6, 2001
This video is definetly not worth the money. I'm in good shape, but the moves were very quick and hard to learn. I watched the tapes segments 3-4 times each just to learn the moves. Even at 5 months, the quick adjustments to the moves (without warning) caused me to trip over my own feet often! I gave it up within a month, and started something else...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "gsk99" on August 18, 2000
I must say I was dissappointed within the first 10 seconds of this video. The three women in the video look like athletic prototypes, and like they haven't gained one ounce with their prenancy. At 8 months they look like I look at three months. I just couldn't see myself in any of them. I felt the video was hard to follow, and you had to guess what steps were coming next. I couldn't wait for it to end.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "kangarex" on August 21, 2002
I can understand why so many people don't like this video, but I loved it. The steps are challenging and involving without being too much workout. Yes, it took me several times before I could follow the whole video without missing my steps repeatedly (OK maybe a few more times than that), but you know what? I don't want a video I can do perfectly the first time. I want one that engages my brain as well as my body. I tried several other pregnancy videos, and found them thoroughly irritating. They were simple to the point of utter mindlessness, and the instructors tend to be annoyingly cheery. Aileen Sheron is pleasant but not chipper/perky, and builds steps quickly into mini dance routines that are actually both fun and interesting to do. I'd far rather spend the time having fun learning my way through this tape than droning on through something simpler like an automaton.
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