Walk Away the Pounds for Abs [with belt]
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(Dec 03, 2002)
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LESLIE SANSONE - WALK AWAY THE POUNDS 3-
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You don't have to spend hours in the gym to get a leaner, trimmer, stronger you. In fact, you don't have to leave your living room. With "Walk Away the Pounds for Abs," you can get a great workout that challenges every muscle in your body, firms those hard-to-tone places, burns fat and works your abs- all at the same time! 1 Mile: Get Up and Get Started In just one mile of in-home power walking, you'll raise that heart rate and engage every muscle of your upper body. It's not just one mile of serious fat burning; it's also one mile of excellent sculpting, toning and firming: 15 minutes. 2 Miles: High Calorie Burn Turn the power on with this 2-mile, 30 minute workout. You'll be amazed at just how fast 2 miles flies by when you're picking up the pace and adding the push and pull for that all-important resistance training. 30 Minutes. 3 Miles: Super Fat Burning Get ready for the next level of power wlaking with this hight-energy, 3-mile workout. You will use every muscle of your upper body to kick that fat burning into high gear while building strength in the core of your body. 45 Minutes.
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The only reason I knocked this down to 4 stars is that I felt as if the distributor is deliberately trying to misrepresent the tapes as being new ones, since, as I said, their release date is listed as December 2002 and the videotape cover shots show Leslie Sansone in different exercise outfits than on the tapes I bought earlier, but the tapes--and I checked all 3 of them to be certain--are the exact same ones that were released earlier (in 2001 I think, at least that's when I bought my 1st set of these). I felt cheated, since they appeared to be new versions--which I really looked forward to! I hope Leslie puts out a new set soon to give some variety to those of us who really like working with the belt.
On to the actual workouts - I don't really notice a strong focus on abs, other than the belt helps remind you to keep your abs engaged and promotes good posture - all things that will help tone your abs, but I still don't think of this as an "ab workout" However, the belt/bands DO give an excellent upper body workout, especially for someone like me who's looking for that extra toning. I felt it in my arms, shoulders, and back muscles, and it felt great! Overall, I recommend this set - it's a great addition to my workout videos.