EXHALE: CORE FUSION PILATES PLUS
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A quarter of a million people have transformed their bodies at exhale, the exclusive mind/body spa with locations around the US. Now you can get the same results at home with workouts from Core Fusion creators Fred DeVito and Elisabeth Halfpapp. Pilates Plus is one of the quickest, most effective ways to get a sleek physique. Five 10-minute segments deliver washboard abs, perfectly sculpted arms and shoulders, and a tighter, higher backsidefast. This deep-toning approach goes far beyond the surface muscles, working hard-to-reach areas that traditional exercises miss.
FitSugar Readers' Top 8 Favorite Fitness DVDs -- FitSugar
Five 10-minute segments that work every part of your body, especially the ones you never knew you had. -- Albany Times Union
For those seeking real results, the DVDs are the perfect fusion of fitness and fun. -- American Spa magazine
It's the overall feel that makes these programs unique -- low-key instruction combined with an intimate, spa-like setting, plus a personal-trainer-style focus. -- USA Today
Prevention Tested: 5 New DVDs We Love! Target each muscle group with laserlike precision -- Prevention magazine
The Best "Core" Workout I've Tried -- Real Simple Magazine blog
Winner -- Health magazine's America's Healthiest Buys award - fitness DVD -- Health Magazine
You have nothing to lose but your thighs. -- Dolce Dolce Newsletter
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My only complaints involve the music and the creepy smiling. First, there is the option for music or music with instruction but no simple instructions. The music is kinda annoying and I wish there was the option for just instructions as I don't like looking at the TV while trying to go through the routines. My second complaint, albeit minor, is that when I do look at the screen I'm a sort of creeped out with the smiling coming from Fred and Elisabeth. I suppose this may come from the fact exercise makes people happy but it is downright strange to see them smile throughout.