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  • Format: Color, DVD Region, DVD
  • Region: All Regions
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: 0615334423
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #567,865 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Workout DVD shows you how to "let life be your workout!" with clever and effective exercises you can do at the office, grocery store, park, around the house, or even in your car. --- The Workout DVD features two ways to Squeeze It In: "THE WORKOUT" is an exclusive 30 minute workout that teaches you to "let life be your workout!" --- "The MOVES" are dozens of on-location videos of clever and effective exercises that show you how to make fitness fit throughout your busy day. --- "Enough exercises to keep you sweating in any room of the house..."-The Washington Post --- "Every dish is an opportunity!"-Diane Sawyer, ABC's Good Morning America

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From The Washington Post Express, December 8, 2009 by fitness columnist Vicky Hallett:

LESS THAN SIX MONTHS AGO, local moms Jenny Hein and Brigette Polmar launched [...], a site brimming with exercise ideas for women like them without a lot of time to go to the gym. The notion of adding squats to your hair-drying routine and getting a glute workout at the grocery store struck a chord with enough ladies that now the duo have put out a DVD ($14.99).

Hein (an ACE-certified group fitness instructor) leads a 45-minute workout and also walks viewers through moves they can do in various situations: at work, in the carpool line, at the playground, etc. Her cueing is clear and peppered with peppy encouragement; think fit, friendly neighbor, not Jillian Michaels. And although it lacks the polish of fancier DVDs -- long breaks with tips flashed on the screen seem like a waste of time, and some of the dialogue is repetitive -- it has loads of great advice. Plus, beginners can do it, and it makes the fit set sweat, too.

Originally Posted by By Vicky Hallett
The Washington Post Express
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