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Product Details

  • Actors: Erin O'Brien
  • Directors: Christian Capobianco
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • 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: January 1, 2008
  • Run Time: 45 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000WH5AWO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,779 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

An efficient total body workout for a stronger, leaner, more flexible body

You know it. Regular strength-training is essential to keep you looking and feeling young. The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn, even at rest. Strong muscles protect your heart, your joints, your back, and your bones. Whether you’re looking for a way to get started or looking for an efficient, effective way to kick your home workout up a notch, this program is for you.

Hollywood trainer Erin O’Brien invites you into her home for a 45-minute routine that works your arms, legs, and core. She combines upper and lower body exercises to keep things moving and get your heart-rate revved. Use hand weights if you have them, soup cans if you don’t. If you can’t keep up at first, that’s great! You have something to work toward—and a healthier, trimmer body to look forward to.

Erin O’Brien has been working as a personal trainer and group exercise specialist for 15 years in elite fitness clubs both in New York City and Los Angeles. She holds several certifications, including one from the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America.

Review

Short, snappy segments keep this weight workout upbeat, while O'Brien provides tips on proper form and technique for maximum firming without injury. --Prevention

If you want to tone up your muscles, get strong, and learn how to use those dumbbells you have lying around, I definitely recommend this DVD. --FitSugar.com

A sound workout with a good instructor, who is adept at giving relevant tips while motivating you along. --St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Customer Reviews

Very good video whole body workout.
Theresa H. Hampton
She also explains what body parts you are working which is helpful.
desert dweller
You actually feel as she wants to help you get a good workout.
Soccer Mom

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131 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on December 31, 2007
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I bought this on a whim actually. I didn't know of the instructor Erin O'Brien, but wanted a new workout. I ended up picking a great dvd here. It's toning done standing and done on the floor and it works out almost every muscle in your body.
Erin is a great instructor. She explains everything so well by telling you why you are doing what you're doing. She cues well and so you always know what's coming up. You can do the basic move that's demonstrated, or the tougher variations which is shown in a separate square in the corner of the screen. That's a great feature in itself so you can progress easily and move up when you're ready. All you need is some weights and you're ready to go. Even though she's not totally well known, I highly recommend this workout to everyone because almost anyone can follow it, and it will compliment any of your cardio workouts you might already own.
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73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By GG on January 7, 2008
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Speaking as someone who would rather workout on a treadmill for an hour than do five minutes of weight training, this DVD is a total life saver. I'm a cardio junky, but I know I need to build in weight training so I keep trying new workouts to see if anything will get me to do the work. Until discovering Erin's DVD, I couldn't find anything that I wanted to finish, let alone incorporate into my regular rotation.

Now I'm doing this workout at least twice a week to supplement my cardio routine. It's a motivating, fast-paced series of exercises that switch between upper and lower body sets. The transitions are easy to follow but quick so your heart rate stays elevated and you're done before you know it. The program ends with a nice floor work section that incorporates inner/outer thigh work and abs/pilates exercises. Erin is very easy to follow and motivational. The program also includes a helpful corner graphic that shows you advanced options for every exercise.

This is one I'll go to again and again.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By N. Worline on January 8, 2008
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This is a killer workout! I loved it. I usually workout twice a day, so I figured I could handle all the advanced moves the first time around. Oh, man! I was quivering by the end of the workout - and I was thrilled! I knew this was a tool I could use for a long time to come. I've done fitness tapes/dvds for the past 15 years and I've bought my share of clunkers. Either the workout got boring or the instructor got annoying. Not here! Erin gives you many ways to change up your workouts (which is a huge bonus) and she's very likeable, fun and motivating. Even better, she's smart and challenging. I enjoy and appreciate the fact that she educates you while you're working out, ie; what muscle groups you're working, etc. Erin's a great trainer. I've purchased her earlier dvds (she's a pre/postnatal specialist) and I loved them, too. I still incorporate them into my rotation, that's how good they are. I always learn something new. If you're looking for a challenge, no matter what your "condition", Erin's the trainer for you. Strong Body, Ageless Body rocks!
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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Mary Raine on January 29, 2010
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OK all these reviews about killer workouts and I bought it. The exercises are good but Erin explains many of the exercise before she does them, stops and tells you how the exercise is good for a man or good for a woman, grabbing her chest or wiggling her arm to show you what will be worked. I was sick of the stop and go before I was a quarter through the workout. That is fine in an intro section but this means I'll have to listen to this EVERY time I do the workout and she will stop and go EVERY time I do the work out. This means by the second workout I will be really sick of that. And the artistic shots in black and white are stupid. I just want to see clearly what the instructor is doing and I don't need a black and white shoulder shot of her tatoo. It distracted me. I started wondering, "What is that. A mushroom? An atom bomb, what?" I have about 50 exercise DVDs so I'm not a newbie when it comes to exercise videos. If you want killer workouts that do the instructions outside of the workout, get something like the older FIRM workouts. Those FIRM workkouts are tough but the really move along and you are finished before you know it and you really do see results in 10 workouts like the FIRM claims. Another great one is Women's Health Total Workout in Ten - Get the Body You want in the Time you Have. The only equipment you need for workout in ten is hand weights. Some of the later FIRM videos require gadgets. For the Workout in Ten, do only 10 or 20 mins or for a killer 40 min workout do all four - cardio, upper, lower & flexibility. I was torn about whether to give this DVD a 2 or a 3, because the exercises are good and once you learn them you can do them without the DVD and the constant explanations, but that is not why I buy a DVD. Good exercising all.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By M. M. VINE VOICE on March 24, 2009
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One word: Wow! I am so glad I found this DVD. I'm in my mid-20s and am in good shape, as I've been working out fairly consistently since college. However, I wanted to incorporate more strength training into my routine and thought this would be an appropriate-level challenge for me. I have been doing Erin's Strong Body, Ageless Body workout for several weeks now and love it. This is a great strength routine to add to your existing cardio and/or specialized routines (abs, Pilates, etc.). The individual exercises are basic and uncomplicated, so participants of nearly any age/weight should be able to enjoy and benefit from this workout.

Erin O'Brien is amazing. With this particular workout, she set up a tripod in her living room and created a comprehensive strength training routine just for you. Although you can't "customize" this DVD like some other workouts (the 10 Minute series comes to mind), it is so much more personal than the cookie-cutter studio routines; it honestly feels like you have a one-on-one session with your favorite trainer. Erin is a strong, down-to-earth, no-nonsense woman who cares about health and wants YOU to be strong too. She makes you feel good about yourself and good about working out. Her encouragement is nurturing ("Yes you can!" and "You're all right, I promise!"), and her demeanor is calm and focused.

For this 43-minute workout, you need a set of dumbbells (or soup cans) and a yoga mat (or towel). Erin keeps the routine fast-paced, so even though there's not a lot of cardio per se, your heart rate stays up and pumping the whole time, and you still burn tons of calories. She uses 6-pound dumbbells throughout the routine, but I started with 3-pounders and have worked my way up to 5-pounders, which I think I'll stick with for a while.
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