Leslie Sansone: Walk Off Fat Fast
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What speed do you need to burn fat?
Leslie will tell you within minutes... and what a surprise that it's not an extreme pace! You'll be challenged by these workouts, but you'll feel so good walking to the brisk beat! These are workouts that energize... not exhaust! Each starts with a Warm Up Walk and gradually builds up to Fat Burning Speed!
This isn't just a stroll around the block. This is total body conditioning that's designed to burn fat. These walks use arm and core muscles to increase muscle activity and calorie burn!
Follow Leslie and the beautiful group of walkers in 3 FULL WORKOUTS that are FUN and easy to follow:
1. THE 20 MINUTE EASY BURN!
Start here with the classic moves that build to a Fat Burning Speed!
2. THE 30 MINUTE BIG BURN!
Extend your fat burning segment for a bigger burn!
3. THE 40 MINUTE SUPER BURN!
Add more slimming and toning moves to work your arms, core, rear-end and legs for the ultimate burn!
Start with the 20 minute workout and before you know it you'll be walking faster and farther than ever!
Walking this way burns calories and tones muscle to help flatten your belly, firm your behind, slim your arms and supercharge your energy!
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- 20 Minute Walk (Easy Burn) with or without music
- 30 Minute Walk (Big Burn) with or without music
- 40 Minute Walk (Super Burn) with or without music
**20 Minute Walk**
I burned 122 calories through this walk (with a calorie watch). It seemed like at the beginning we were walking just a bit too long, but she was briefing in the beginning though. This is low impact, but at the same time, it really does pump up the heart rate. There is no jumping, hopping or any other intensive move. If you've known Leslie for a long time, it's just the simple moves. Toward the end, she does do a cool-down. But she kind of tricked me to believe she was done when she suddenly stopped to give attention to two moms on there. After that, she finished up with the leg stretches. It probably would have been better had she saved the moms for the very last. There are no credits after this. It will just take you back to the menu.
**30 Minute Walk**
I burned 196 calories through this walk. Like in the first one, there is no jumping or intensive moves. However, she did introduce a new move that was really confusing at first. It's the step-tap forward at first, but then she changes it into a step-knee where you kind of turn to the sides as well. I realized I had to hop a little to do it right. The cool down was better than the 20 minute walk becuase she got the arms involved and was more thorough with it.
**40 Minute Walk**
I burned 278 Calories in this walk. So, in total I could burn around 600 calories in this DVD. This one does have a boosted walk, which you'll do twice for around 60 seconds. It's nothing major because it's not an interval boost really. You'll also do side steps with punch and jab. I believe you also do side-step with a hip turn like she did in her Walk to the hits DVDs. There is also a super fast song in this one, but it's only once.
If you bought her Mix+Match Walk Blasters DVD that came out two months ago, the music is pretty much from that DVD. There were only maybe three or four that were different. But it was somewhat of a dread to listen to some that repeated. However, there was one particular song I TRULY liked that was from her other DVD that they put in this one. It's the second song from the 30-minute and 40-minute walk. Anytime that song played it just gets me pumped. I was already very tired when I began the 40-minute walk. But when that particular song came on, I noticed I had a boost in energy. Other than that, the music is very well balanced out where you can her and the music at the same time.
I'm really glad to see Carrie back with Leslie. She was in 4 of her other DVDs about two years ago. Sweet Big Smile Nick is there, along with Nadia and Suzy from Walk to the Hits. The others I did not recognize. But the oldest lady on there (one of the moms she introduced in 20-minute walk) was actually 84 years old. I thought she was at least 50!! Good grief. She's aging well. But Carrie tends to put a smile on face as there was one time Leslie was teasing her by asking if she wanted to walk up two and back. Carrie assumed it was time to but Leslie didn't call it out yet, and they had a funny moment there.
- She's really good with calling the next moves or being on key. She'll rarely surprise you.
**Cons** Nothing major though
- Leslie does get off step just a tini bit. It's nothing major though. Sometimes there will be a scene away from her, but when you come back, she's on a different step suddenly.
- There have been many times where it seems like the music is off key with them moving. I just learned to keep my pace becuase I know by the next scene it would correct itself anyway. But this happened all through the DVD.
- There is no time clock
Other than that, I think this is a really good workout for beginners, moms in their 50s, or those a little overweight. It's like it was just right; not too easy and not too hard. I'm around 150 pounds and this was wonderful.
I have been doing her workouts for 15 years and each new one gets better. I am 67 years old but fortunately do not feel it or look it. Leslie's workouts are perfect for any age.