The Complete Physique 57 Workout Kit 3 Disc Set With Exercise Ball
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The Complete Physique 57 DVD Workout Kit (a three-disc series + exercise ball) is a great introduction to Physique 57 and to becoming the best you ever (in the least amount of time). Physique 57’s unique barre-based workout combines cardio, strength training and stretching to sculpt gorgeous long, lean muscles. No matter what kind of shape you’re in, whether you loathe exercise, or work out seven days a week, these workouts will change your body. Each DVD offers beginner and advanced variations and new exciting ways to challenge your body. These high energy full body workouts are efficient, effective and fun!
Are you ready to feel the burn and start transforming your body today?
Equipment Needed: Portable ballet barre or sturdy piece of furniture, cushion or thick towel and hand weights.
To make the most of your DVDs make sure to check out the Physique 57 blog and social media accounts for suggested routines and to connect with our community for support and guidance along the way.
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Physique 57 is a non-impact, ballet barre-based workout that combines intervals of cardio, strength training, stretching and recovery to sculpt long, lean, gorgeous muscles. It works arms, thighs, seat and abs in an efficient and effective 30 or 57-minute exercise class. Simply said, it takes the best of interval training and turns up the volume.
“It’s transformed my body in ways I never thought possible,” explains Kelly Ripa to Fitness Magazine.
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Side note: the ball smells REALLY bad.
I would consider myself to be in good shape, but I need a change and this new direction has presented many challenges that I welcome. In recent years I've done extreme fitness programs like P90X and Insanity. In the past I've tried different pilates and yoga workouts, but quickly lost interest when they didn't yield the results I was after. So I was a bit leery to revisit this type of programming.
However, I've tried several different series in the past few weeks and have had to eat my words. My latest is Physique 57. After hearing so much about it I had to give it a try. I did the 57 minute workout and was humbled when after a few minutes of leg lifts I could barely continue. I used muscles that hardly ever get a workout.
The workout is broken down into different sections: Arms, legs & seat and ab work. The arm work used light and "heavy" weights with variations of basic arm curls (bicep, hammer) and push ups. The participants used what looked like 3 and 5lb weights. Since I'm used to lifting much heavier the 5lb weights that I used only left me with a slight burn. But that is easily remedied by raising the weight that I use. Depending on your experience the 5lbs might be OK.
The leg work presented more of a challenge. By using the barre and a playground ball for certain exercises, my legs were on fire. Next the hips and seat were put through the ringer with standing leg raises and floor work. There were moments when I couldn't lift my leg anymore! But this is something to work towards mastering.
The ab work had some familiar moves and a few things I've never seen before. I know I will be feeling this tomorrow.
Someone commented about the instructor. She was quite talkative, but when I'm concentrating on the moves that is of little importance if I feel like the exercise is working. The music was modern and motivating without being a distraction. Some of the other programs I've used, though they are challenging, have what sounds like elevator music in the background. Great music is always a plus.
Though this workout was not THE most challenging thing I've ever done, it was difficult enough to make me feel like it was getting the job done. In the past few weeks in replacing my heavy strength training with mat work, I've noticed changes in my legs and hips in just this short period that I had not seen with all of the extreme workouts that I've used.
This program is worth buying if for nothing more than the great leg/hip/bum focus.
*** an update the 57 minutes is over before you know it. That's a plus. I've done hour long workouts when I can't stop watching the clock ***
****another update 12/28/10 ... I've been doing this workout for over a month now and recently moved up to volume 2 when it was released ... I am hooked. Like someone else said I've always lifted heavier weights and didn't think this program would be effective and I was wrong. I'm loving the changes in my body that I never got with other programs. And they present just as much of an challenge as other so called extreme workouts without all the high impact moves. *****