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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2013
Giddyup Bitches....
Since I started prancing around town, I've not only lost weight and become more in tune with myself, but my Prancercise brings all the boys to the yard! It must be the beautiful and well proportioned camel toe I show in my tight white leggings, OR it could just be that I prance with such grace and style. Either way... thank you Prancercise for getting things in my pants moving once again in more ways than one "wink, wink"!
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122 of 147 people found the following review helpful
on May 29, 2013
Does not say anything about Camel Toe control while Prancersizing.® Writer needs to add a chapter or consider writing a second volume.
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65 of 77 people found the following review helpful
on May 29, 2013
I'm a man who used to weigh 340lbs. I used to lift weights to stay in shape, until I dropped a bar on my head and was knocked into a coma. While unconscious, an angel visited me in my hospital bed and commanded me to wake up and try Prancercise. I regained consciousness immediately and bought this book, and what a difference it has made in my life! I'm now 148lbs and have never felt better. I have to buy a new set of ankle weights though, since I had to remove my last pair to get away when a dozen teen girls came running after me the last time I was prancing through the park. Get this book! You won't regret it.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2013
I have four left feet so I usually don't risk horsing around; also I'm skeptical of fads that could be manure or just outright lame. But I was tired of being saddled with the same old routine--I've been looking for greener pastures. So I gave the Prancercise techniques free-rein and went barreling around outside. Before I knew it, I'd been whipped into shape, racing down the stretch of my neigh-borhood, neck and neck with other prancercisers. I'm more spirited now and am kicking it. I eat an all-grain and plant-based diet. Before, if someone lead me to water, no one could make me drink. But it's all I drink now, despite sneaking an occasional sugar cube for a treat. Now I just need to get my feet shod. Wish me luck!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on July 8, 2013
My hopes for this book were ambitious,
even if prancing receives looks that are vicious.
My pants may be tight
and my camel-toe white
but I'm happy and oats are delicious.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2013
My lifelong dream has been to compete in dressage but every birthday and Holiday that passed, I was sorely disappointed that the horse I asked for was not among my gifts. Fifty years later, I came across Prancercise and was recently discovered by a world renowned dressage coach as I prancercised my way around my local horse arena. The coach thought my moves were so fantastic that I will now be one of the first ever competitors in dressage to compete without a horse. I'm sure you don't believe me, but just watch out--you'll see me at the Olympics in Rio in 2016!
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57 of 68 people found the following review helpful
on May 30, 2013
I'm a very lonely person with a lot of time of my hands thinking about all the friends I could have if I could just built up the courage to prance up to them and say hello. I was doing my regular 2 am youtube surfing when I stumbled upon this angel from above Joanna. Now, instead of my usual starring at mirror and shout-crying for 20 minute intervals, I just prance the night away. I still don't have any friends...YET, but I'm getting there! It's really has helped my self esteem. As far as weight loss and fitness, I don't need that because I do coke. But prancercising has definitely helped me be a more positive weirdo. Thanks Joanna!
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2013
I think Prancercise is a revolutionary way to stay fit and healthy. It has helped me a great deal in becoming a better person physically and mentally.

But at the same time the world around me doesent seem to agree. When I Prancercise at the park most people stop and stare at me. Some even point and laugh. The final drop that made me stop Prancercising was when a person called the cops and I got arrested for being under the influence of something.

This quote from Arthur Schopenhauer sums up the story of Prancercise: "All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."

We are only at stage one, and I'm not strong enough to take on this fight alone in the park. So I am regretfully stopping all Prancercising until the world is a little bit more accepting to this form of training.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2013
After viewing the Prancersize video a couple weeks ago I decided to try it myself. I decided to go to San Francisco to do it because I was sure nobody would notice me. Once I arrived at downtown on Market Street I went into full trot mode while waving my hands and arms and smiling at everyone on the street.

Before I knew it a parade had formed behind me and everyone was prancing wildly, some of them were singing and carrying signs such as, "DIKES ON BIKES FOR OBAMA", "WILL PRANCE FOR FOOD" and "PARK BENCH FOR RENT".

At one point a cop pulled me over and asked me for my Prancing license. I told him that I had diplomatic immunity and he backed off.

The line behind me grew with prancers of all races, creeds and colors. All of them waving arms and smiling. When we all finally became exhausted we had a group hug and then we all went on our separate ways.

It was beautiful.

Now I never walk anywhere. I prance to wherever I want to go. The only odd thing is that my diet now consists of sugar cubes, apples and hay and I'm as strong as a horse and attracted to camels for some reason.

I highly recommend Prancersize.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on May 30, 2013
Your inner-horse companion
You can prance just anywhere!

Oh it's a passion!
Oh you can feel it - yeah!
You are prancin'!
Ohhh oohh....
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