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Exhale: Core Fusion - Cardio, Pure Intensity

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Exhale: Core Fusion - Cardio, Pure Intensity
Elisabeth Halfpapp & Fred DeVito

DVDRip | English | AVI | 672 x 372 | DX50 ~1250 Kbps | 29.970 fps
AC-3 | 192 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channel | 01:02:37 | 651.2 MB
Genre: Video Training / Fitness

A quarter of a million people have transformed their bodies at Exhale, the exclusive mind/body spa. Now you can get these same results at home. This heart-pumping cardio & strength training program will give you ripped abs, sculpted arms, shapely legs, & a firm backside. In five fat-blasting segments of just 10 minutes each, Boot Camp challenges your whole body for a truly efficient & effective workout. The fast-paced, dynamic sequences also provide an intense calorie burn to help you shed those extra pounds & work the most important muscle of all-your heart.
This power-packed workout combines focused strength-training & flexibility moves with high-intensity cardio for maximum calorie burn. Get sweaty & svelte as you lose weight while sculpting defined abs, toned legs, cut arms, & high, rounded glutes.
The first cardio program in exhale's hit line of fitness DVDs, Pure Intensity features the favorite fat-blasting moves from Core Fusion's nationally renowned classes. Five 10-minute segments target multiple trouble spots at once, providing a heart-pumping workout for the whole body. Use light h& weights for a more vigorous practice, or try the modifications to match your experience level & improve you endurance. Do as much or as little as you want on any given day. With Pure Intensity, you'll get dramatic results - fast! Includes bonus stretching segment.
Husb& & wife team & Core Fusion co-creators Fred DeVito & Elisabeth Halfpapp have over 50 years of combined experience teaching Pilates, Lotte Berk Method, yoga, & dance-disciplines that comprise the Boot Camp workout. They are founding team members of exhale, a leading mind/body spa with locations in the U.S. & the Caribbean.
(This title will begin shipping on July 1, 2011)
Recommended equipment: light h& weights & a mat.

Mountain Climbers.....There are a lot of them. They are very effective for working your core (& your shoulders while you stay in the pose), & also provide a nice cardio blast - but not something everyone enjoys. I personally love them & really liked this workout! I wasn't really watching the modifier during the workout but it appears she stays in downward dog & does some knee bends.

There are (6) segments of about 10 minutes each including the stretch section. While yoga poses are used throughout the DVD, I never really felt like I was doing yoga. You do need light h& weights - I used 2 lbs. The first four segments build on each other, the first segment starting slowly. Here is a breakout of the DVD:

ENERGY MOVES (10:10) - all done st&ing except for planks & downward dog
o Shoulder rolls, st&ing twists, side stretches
o Second position squats, initially sweeping arms overhead, moving to some slow punches, & then twisting to warm up the spine
o Wide leg st&ing forward bend
o Pyramid pose variations
o Squat variations
o St&ing quad stretch moving to Natarajasana
o St&ing side bend
o High plank with slow alternating knee tucks
o Downward Dog
o St&ing Side Bend
o Repeat plank with slow alternating knee tucks & downward dog

CARDIO FLOW (10:53) - need light h& weights
o St&ing side stretches to high plank, to Mountain Climbers to Downward Dog - repeat cycle three times w/16 Mountain Climbers in first two cycles, 24 in the third
o High plank to side plank, back to center with pushup, side plank on alternate side (repeat twice)
o Downward dog
o Repeat st&ing side stretch to mountain climbers (24)
o Downward Dog variations (tuck knee, extend back)
o Repeat st&ing stretch to mountain climbers (32)
o Downward Dog
About 5 minutes into this segment:
o Lunge/Crescent Pose with side bend using weights
o Warrior 1 & Warrior 2, bending & straightening the bent leg, & using weights for upper body & waist work
If I counted correctly, there were 112 Mountain Climbers throughout this flow.

POWER FLOW (10:36)
Light weights are used during this entire routine except during the Mountain Climbers & Downward Dog
o St&ing side stretch to Mountain Climbers (32) to Downward Dog
o St&ing knee lifts & then stepping back to high lunge
o Slow punches with weights
o St&ing side stretch to Mountain Climbers (40) to Downward Dog
o Stationary lunges moving to Warrior 3 using weights for triceps
o St&ing side stretch to Mountain Climbers (40) to Downward Dog
o St&ing back leg raise moving to Warrior 3 pulsing the raised leg
o St&ing side stretch to Mountain Climbers (48) to Downward Dog
They have you add twists when doing the Mountain Climbers in this flow. Again, if I counted correctly there were 160 Mountain Climbers. I think some may find the Warrior 3 based work rather challenging for balance.

POWER SWEAT (11:22)
I was sweating before I started this flow! Light h& weights are used again throughout the st&ing portion of this segment.
o First 5 minutes alternates between second position plies alternating with st&ing knee lifts stepping back to high lunge
o St&ing side stretch to Mountain Climbers (56) to Downward Dog
o "Speed Skate" squat variations holding weights behind you. Includes lateral & diagonal back leg raises.
o St&ing side stretch to Mountain Climbers (64) to Downward Dog
o High plank
o Sphinx to Child's Pose
I did drop the h& weights during the very last portion of the squats as I was feeling them in the lower back.

CARDIO CURL (10:41)
Traditional Core Fusion style c-curve ab work, adding in leg variations, but felt like a fresh routine. Seemed like one of their tougher ab workouts, or perhaps I was just tired from the Cardio work!

BONUS STRETCH (9:23)
o Bridge moving into optional Wheel Pose. Liz lifts one leg at a time while in Wheel.
o Several supine hip stretches - figure 4, "butterfly" (like a supine Gomukhasana), twist
o Sitting cross leg - side & shoulder stretches
o Seated twist (Ardha Matsyendrasana)
o Seated straight-leg forward bend
o Seated wide leg forward bend
o Thigh/hip stretch
o Downward dog
I liked this segment, although I paused the DVD & held some of the stretches longer than they did.

FINAL COMMENTS:
I really did like this DVD. It got my heart going as promised, & I felt like I got a really good workout. I didn't feel it in my glutes as much as some of their barre DVDs, but an excellent upper body, core & lower body workout. Some portions may be challenging for a beginner although I did not watch the modifier that much during the workout.


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