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Janis Saffell Brand New Butt and More
Janis Saffell Brand New Butt and More
Actor: Janis Saffell
Director: Janis Saffell
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
NR     2005     1hr 0min

You too can have finer firmer buns, thighs and sleek looking arms. Put yourself to the test with this potent full body toner. It?s not only for your derriere but maximizes core strength, designed to strengthen and flatten ...  more »


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Actor: Janis Saffell
Director: Janis Saffell
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
Sub-Genres: Pilates, Aerobics
Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 07/01/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 1hr 0min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Great ALL OVER TONER, not just glutes!
AussieGal | Victoria, Australia | 05/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I think Janis is selling herself short with the title - this is really an all-over body toner, not just a glute workout. She does work the glutes though (really works them!) but also includes some great upper body work too.
You begin with the 7 min warm-up, then into 30 min standing sculpting. This is almost aerobic with lunges, squats, plies and deadlift "combos" - but Janis also ads in some great upper body work so you are working upper/lower at the same time.
TIP: to do the deadlifts properly place a weight plate or 1/2" plank under the ball of your foot (just under the toes) and this will force your glutes to do all the work, not your back. If you don't want to put something under your toes, make sure all your weight is IN YOUR HEELS (like when doing a squat). If you learn to place weight on your heels rather than the ball of the foot you shift the emphasis into the glutes rather than lower back and quads.
After the standing work there is 18 mins of floor toning. I love this part - and it is great for those who have bad knees. It is almost a pilates workout but does effectively tone. I recommend newer exercisers just do this section after the warm-up then add the standing sculpting when this no longer leaves you sore. Ends with a 5 min stretch.
A great new DVD to add to your rotation
M. Black | Chicago, IL United States | 09/24/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am an advanced level home workout person and have narrowed my rotation to both of Minna Lessig's DVDs (Optimizer and Emergency Workout), the Denise Austin Personal Training DVD and Tamilee Webb Science of Fitness. I really like a combination cardio and strenth workout and Janis Saffell really delivered! She does an excellent job with her cues, she's not annoying at all, production is great, she explains the moves before doing it or changing to a new combo and has an effective number of reps. Her approach is more functional fitness, which even for the more advanced, puts a different spin on the workout, gives you a good 60 minute sweat with some new muscle aches! This is my new favorite addition to the rotation, highly recommended!"
Another hit from Janis!
Freyja Gabois | Vacationland (Maine) United States | 07/09/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Janis is one of my favorite home fitness instructors. She's very personable, has a fantastic body (and great form) and comes up with fun and effective DVDs. This DVD is no different.

This DVD suggests use of light handweights, ankle weights or a belt weight. None are absolutely required but none of the crew show modifications without weights. You won't need too much room to do this one, I have a 5 by 10 foot mat and used about 3/4 of it for this workout. You should be able to take 3 big steps to the side and 1 big step forward and back.

This DVD starts with a short 7 minute warm up that includes some functional squats and step touches and minimal stretching. After this you'll grab your handweights/belt/ankle weights and do a 30 minute standing floor routine with lots of squats, lunges and dead lifts. It is very different from the traditional bun work you may be used to. There are very few regular bun moves done and when they are they tend to be modified. There is also some light upper body work thrown in to increase intensity. After the standing work you'll move to the floor for 18 minutes of buns and ab work but you'll also work your arms and chest with some of the core work. Afterwards there is a 5 minute stretch with some more ab work. The strech isn't particularily effective after all the leg and bun work done here so you'll probably want to stretch some more (if you have any energy left!).

Your legs, hips and buns will be screaming during parts of this workout but I have found that I'm really not that sore, just fatigued, afterwards.

Overall this is a great lower body workout with the added bonus of upper and core body work. You'll be covered in sweat but feel fantastic at the end. After a few workouts you'll notice some improvement in the lower body:)"
E. Vang | us | 04/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love this DVD. Everytime I'm done, I'm sore for a few days after, which makes me feel like I really did workout my butt. Also, I can never finish the whole DVD because it is just that intense."