Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Kathy Smith TimeSaver Cardio Fatburner|
Actor: Kathy Smith
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
TIMESAVER CARDIO FAT BURNER is a well-rounded cardio workout that can be done as two individual short workouts if you are tight on time or run the full 40 minutes for an effective total body workout. Perfect for those look... more »
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Noel G. Rooks | 07/16/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Timesaver is my favorite Kathy video. In fact, I'm finally buying it on DVD because I wore it out on tape. I am not coordinated in the least, and I was able to follow the steps quite easily. Kathy builds the sequences and thus you do v steps, then boxes, then v steps and boxes, then v steps, boxes and Charlestons...through the whole video, and then you do the complete sequence twice. She and the other people on the video are high energy, for sure, but hey, that's Kathy. The yelling on this is not nearly as bad as on Timesaver Lift Weights To Lose Weight. There's actually 2 workouts on this video. The first one, my favorite, is the low impact sequence routine. The second gives you the option to do high impact or low impact, and unlike lots of videos that offer a high/low sequence, you can actually *see the low impact person throughout. It's only about 20 minutes per workout, you can do one or combine them for a longer day if you need to. The end offers a nice cooldown stretch routine. I first did this workout while getting in shape for my wedding 7 years ago, and boy did it work, I lost a ton of weight and got toned just doing workout one 5 days a week. I still come back to it because it's fast, and it works. Plus, you can squeeze it into your day quite easily. Kathy does transition fast, but she does call out the move, and after doing the building sequence a few times it's a no brainer. Love. I found this way easier to do step wise than, say, my Firm videos, which I had to watch more than once just to familiarize myself with the steps, and even after doing the workout 4 or 5 times I still had trouble. I'm the type of person who falls over cracks in the sidewalk, so for me to say this is easy to follow? Believe me, it is."
Not really for a beginner
Maria | 12/26/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I don't consider myself a beginner in that my fitness level is around the average range, I am a little on the uncoordinated side and I couldn't keep up with this. Kathy doesn't slowly walk you through the steps and neither are they simple steps, so if you are looking for something for that is for uncoordinated people like myself, this would not be the video for you."