STACEY NEMOUR's Secrets of Splits & Flexibility
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In this DVD, I present my training techniques and proven solutions designed to alleviate back pain, knee problems, and other debilitating ailments. I demonstrate unique stretches and exercises that will enable you to attain a level of flexibility that usually requires years of training; and I will demonstrate to you the correct order in which to do them. This will enable your body to open up faster, thereby allowing you to get into splits more rapidly, safely, and with confidence. You will also discover that this workout provides anti-aging benefits. My techniques will help you overcome stiff joints and that "hunched-over" posture, which limits the activities you are able to participate in.
Whether you are a beginner or an expert, young or old, these exercises will help and challenge you. They will give you a firm foundation as you embark on your journey to be "the best that you can be."
Stacey Nemour is a black belt in Kung Fu, and a highly respected martial artist and flexibility instructor for 20 years. She has been featured in numerous publications including Inside Kung Fu, Masters of Kung Fu, and Self magazine. Stacey coached Ultimate Fighting Champion Vitor Belfort and the Carlson Gracie Jiu Jitsu Team for their triumphant championship fights on pay-per-view television. She also trained other world-class athletes including NBA player Jalen Rose and the Los Angeles Galaxy Soccer team. In addition to appearing on Fox Sports 11 News and guest starring in the popular TV show "Power Rangers," Stacey worked as a stunt coordinator and fight double for Cybil Shepard on the TV show "Cybil." She has performed in select video games and is working with elite synchronized swimmers preparing them for Olympic competition.
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Top Customer Reviews
Stacey is an attractive woman with some exceptional skills but this DVD is not what I'd hoped for. The individual stretches are sound but this is more of a how-to-guide than an actual exercise video. She flies through the different stretches without any inclination of how long they should be held. In short I wouldn't call this an exercise video since following along is practically impossible without pausing the DVD all the time. I prefer DVDs over books because it helps keep me in the routine.
The following comments have nothing to do with the stretches in the DVD, but I'm providing it in case these issues may be important to you:
The overall production value is really low. It's basically shot on a consumer level camera (albeit with decent sound) in a living room. The transitions from one stretch to the next are distracting. It's a consistent fade-through-black transition set up, which only helps because you'll need to pause the video quite often. I only bring this up because the DVD is priced pretty high for an exercise DVD. If this were half the price like other DVDs (that usually have better production value) I wouldn't even mention it.
Stacey also has beautiful hair, but she should have put it up in a bun, or a pony tail at the least. It often blanketed her body and this issue coupled with some poor camera angles made for some guess work as to proper positioning and such. Imagine a wig draped over a pretzel.Read more ›
This DVD by Stacey Nemour was EXACTLY what I hoped for, and pretty much what it is advertised for. Her guide to splits and becoming more flexible. I have found some great techniques she teaches and following the stretches in the sequence she teaches has been awesome. It has helped my lower back and hips with getting rid of discomfort. It has gotten me more flexible and I love.
She is fast showing each technique, but she does state to not just do it once. I don't know why there are bad reviews on here saying it isn't a work out. It is to teach techniques, it says NOTHING about being a workout video. If you are looking for a work out DVD, learn how to read first, then shop on Amazon.
If you are looking for a video to teach you techniques for gaining flexibility, I would highly recommend this video. It has taught me alot of cool ways to get the most out of stretching.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought the used-like new one. Thought I was saving a few bucks since I have so many DVDs on fitness. Well, the DVD was blank! Nothing on it so wouldn't play. Read morePublished 12 months ago by aemorin
Good stretches but I agree with other reviewers, the stretches are not long enough so you either don't get a good stretch or you have to continually pause the video to do it.Published 16 months ago by andiamo
This DVD is great. The order in which she does the stretches really helps the body open up faster and gets you results! Read morePublished on May 29, 2014 by Ken Fisher
This DVD is easy to follow and is a practical component to any flexibility program. If you are looking to improve your flexibility and get into the splits this is definitely worth... Read morePublished on May 22, 2014 by Lauren Michael
Very very informational. It will be a great asset in my routine. Good stretching techniques are essential in combating injuries.Published on May 13, 2014 by Emilio Anderson
I purchased this DVD so that my dance daughter could work on improving her splits and flexibility. In a short period of time my daughter's flexibility has improved. Read morePublished on April 22, 2014 by Valerie L Davis
Amazing video! Highly recommend. Our daughter saw results almost immediately, she was doing a lot of stretching before these videos and not getting the results she wanted.Published on April 12, 2014 by amy0901