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|Ann Marie Sill Jammin' 32's|
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
A Complete Step Workout plus Core Conditioning. Ann Marie Sill will start you with a warm-up (8 min.), move you into Jammin 32?s, creative 32 count combinations linked together for a complete step workout (42 min.), Cool-d... more »
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Cubscards | Chicago, IL | 04/13/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I found this video very hard to follow and I consider myself an experienced stepper as I've been doing it for 15 years. As one of the reviews commented, she adds A LOT of spins and pivots, so you need to be an advanced stepper to keep up ... especially since you are trying to see her step while your back is turned away from the TV. (And you are not behind the instructor as in a class setting.) Some of her moves are off beat which is hard to follow if you are a rhythmic person like I am."
J. Barton | 10/22/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Yes it is hard. It took me 4-5 times doing the video to catch on. But that's what you want: if you catch on right away, be prepared to be bored with that video soon. I consider myself intermediate and I love this video. It comes in two parts (the second part starts with an L-step routine). Tackle the first part only. Have your DVD remote handy and just keep rewinding the steps until you get them. You'll still be getting a great workout. After a few times doing this, you'll have it. Then try the same with part 2. Decent music, fun moves, advanced workout, and the instructor has a low annoyance factor. An absolute staple in my collection."