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The Complete Interval Aerobic with Joyce Vedral
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COMPLETE INTERVAL AEROBIC with JOYCE VEDRAL
From the #1 New York Times Best-Selling author Joyce Vedral. Totally Relaxing, Total-Body Stretching + NEW - CUSTOMIZE YOUR OWN WORKOUT! Burn fat and tone your body - while doing a 100% aerobic workout - using the secret of the champions: Interval training. Work out in 30 second "intervals," doing a variety of no-impact fat-burning, body sculpting movements. A special emphasis is placed on hips, buttocks, thighs and stomach - but every single body part is on the move. You'll have fun with Joyce and Marthe as they laugh and sweat their way through this painless way to lose inches and get that extra fat off. You have the option of using an exercise bike or any piece of aerobic equipment in place of some intervals. It's all clearly demonstrated as you work out with these two crazies. No weights are used with this workout. You can choose between the 24 or 48 minute workout! Relax, lengthen, calm and stretch your entire body with Joyce and Marthe in a stretch routine that will soothe your nerves, bless your body, ease your day, and help to prevent injury. Do this painless stretching routine and give respect to every single body part from tips of your fingers to the tips of your feet! Stretch and reach, hug and gently pull, lift and roll- and relax- before you know it, it's over and you're ready to meet the world with a new attitude. You'll hardly notice that you actually did 38 stretches!
Running time: 54 minutes.
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This is an old Joyce Vedral workout on VHS that was later put on DVD. The biggest problem that I have with this workout is the use of the word "interval". Different people use it to mean either (a) a workout that alternates cardio and strength (which I call a circuit workout) or (b) segments of the same type of workout at different intensities (which I call an interval workout). I think that this workout was intended to be a circuit workout, but, for me, is a true interval workout - well, 2/3s of it.
This workout is made up of three sections where they alternate the same type of cardio (Joyce does walking type moves with her own unique twist and her daughter is on the bike) with three toning moves. They do each of these rounds of cardio/toning moves and then move onto the next section. However, the toning moves, to me, are more cardio effect than strength because they are shallow and quick. For the cardio, I either do walking type moves or use my gliding discs. In the first section, they focus on the thighs, in the second section, they focus on the glutes, and in the third section, they focus on the abs (and go to the floor). I hate going to the floor in the middle of a cardio workout, so I do standing moves like knee ups and punches. Once they have been through the three sections, they give you the option of repeating them - with the exact same footage. For some reason, this doesn't bother me.
I have had this workout for awhile and pull it out on mornings when I feel tired and brain dead. Joyce chatters a lot in this workout and will turn some people off. Given how I feel when I do this workout, it doesn't bother me. It's a good workout for me to keep because (a) I can use my gliding discs with it and (b) it's an interval workout, a type of workout I don't have too many of.