Leslie Sansone: The Tone Every Zone Walk
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Want the BEST ARMS & SHOULDERS of your life? Leslie will show you how to easily curl, press and lift to get those arms firm, slim and sculpted!
Want your BEST BUNS & THIGHS ever? Leslie uses proven exercises to tighten and tone the thighs in addition to firming and lifting the rear-end!
Want a SLIMMER MIDDLE? Core Strength Training and Cardio together give you the best results to trim, slim and firm your belly and waist. So Leslie has core training integrated into each walking circuit!
It's well-known in the health club world that cardio & strength circuits are one of the most effective ways to trim and tone the body. Now you can learn what high-end Personal Trainers use to slim and tone every zone. Leslie has targeted some of the most requested zones with simple but effective toning exercises built right into her walks-turning them into a total walk explosion!
Circuit Workout 1
Walk Segments & Upper Body Zone (20 mins.)
Circuit Workout 2
Walk Segments & Lower Body Zone (20 mins.)
Fast Walk (20 mins.)
It's a total of 60 powerful minutes, but you can mix up the workouts anyway you like. Work the arms and do a fast walk one day. Work the legs and fast walk another day. Do the Fast Walk alone. The workout segments all work together for your fitness and weight loss goals!
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Play All ( With the option of music only)
Circuit 1 - Walk & Upper Body ( With the option of music only)
Circuit 2 - Walk & Lower Body ( With the option of music only)
Circuit 3 - Fast Walk ( With the option of music only)
One thing I noticed is that she's sort of moving away from her traditional mile-structured workouts. There is no time clock in this. There are various new faces of people as well as those you'll recognize, such as Suzy, Marvin, and Janet from Walk To the Hits. Wendy from Five Mega Miles, Carrie from various workouts like her colorful miles, 3 mega miles, and 4-mile power walk. And Nick, the guy always smiling so big. The music is okay. Some of it was awkward, but half of it were some I recognize from her very old DVDs. Her voice and the music balance well together.
You immediately start up with a fast warm-up, and I say fast becuase it was already fast-pace. Maybe it wasn't even a warm-up. You then move on to upper body sculpt. I would suggest stay within 3 to 5 pound weights. If you're used to weightlifting, go ahead and bump it up. But I had to switch between sets becuase she tired me out. I have to admit, I didn't think she'd really have me tired because her sculpt videos are not that strong. But I believe this surpasses her Firm 30. Afterward, you return to a 2 to 3-minute fast walk, and then you get on the ground and do some more sculpt on the mat. Afterward, there's one more fast walk. But there is no cool down. I burned 83 calories through this.
It's pretty much the same as Circuit 1, only you're doing lower body sculpt. That means lunges and squats, along with staying at the bottom and pulsing for about four seconds. Those really hurt. You don't get on the floor in this. At the very last round, she'll have you doing those squats and lunges again without weights. I burned 88 calories.
All it is, is a fast walk. There's no jumping or jogging. But there are shifts. Just one round of it with a side-punch. Toward the end, she'll play around and introduce all the walkers. I honestly, couldn't help but smile. However, there is no stretch at the end. She said she'll leave that up to you. I burned 115 calories.
Overall, I think it could have been better organized. What I didn't like was her being off step a lot. Scenes would change and all of the sudden, people are not going with the music, or she changed her step without you knowing. But I was very impressed with the arm toning. I just wish it was a little longer. But I've been a walker for a long time now. So, I pretty much collect almost ever DVD she releases.
As always, Leslie comes across as warm and encouraging without being annoying or seeming fake, and everyone in the room seems to be having a good time. She makes me feel like I'm doing something great for my body without punishing myself to the point of injury. I especially enjoyed her weight loss advice in one of the segments.
If I had one criticism, it would be that I wish the camera angles allowed me to follow along with the steps being performed at the end of the fast walk segment, when Leslie walks around the room and thanks each of the background exercisers for joining her. While it is really sweet, it is impossible to see the exercise part. I just had to tell myself that it didn't really matter since it was the cool-down anyway, and I just marched in place in time to the music. Directing an exercise video should be really, really simple--always make sure you can see at least one person's feet and/or arms (whichever is most relevant to keeping up at that particular moment), and make sure the person on camera is doing the moves correctly. Easy peasy, and it annoys me more than it should when that doesn't happen.