Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Leisa Hart Sexy Legs Ballet Dance Workout|
Actor: Leisa Hart
Director: Leisa Hart
Genres: Special Interests, Educational, Musicals & Performing Arts, Exercise & Fitness
LEISA HART: SEXY LEGS BALLET DANCE WORKOUTLet's dance! Buns of Steel star Leisa Hart is known for her sexy, shapely body. Now she shares her best leg shaping secrets in this fun, easy to follow Ballet Dance fat burning wor... more »
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My LEAST favorite...
L. Perry | Tennessee | 12/10/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I reallllly don't like this one. I didn't care for the instructor, and I really don't think she should be instructing ballet. It's very, very, very obvious that she isn't a dancer. I also found the set and the costumes annoying. I own a LOT of fitness dvds; a lot of those are ballet toning or dance aerobics. I have to say, there are MUCH better ones available. (And, btw, this is the only negative review I've posted, I wouldn't be posting one now if I didn't realllllly dislike this one.)"
Cardio and Leg Conditioning, the best of both worlds!
Bbphile | New England | 06/30/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have to politely disagree with the previous reviewer of this workout. I have no ballet experience whatsoever, but I do enjoy fitness DVDs that incorporate ballet moves, such as Bernadette Giorgi's workouts, Pure Barre, NYC Ballet, etc. I've been doing these types of workouts for years and have seen incredible and sleek results in my legs.
I was thrilled with Leisa Hart's workout. Easy to follow (perhaps because of my background with other similiar DVDs), I felt that the swift movement added an extra cardio burn that the other ballet-type workouts don't offer. I love this added bonus, and so turn to this workout often."
You'd better know ballet first, plus have ROOM!
Zori | USA | 08/22/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I really wanted to love this, but I can't. I was looking for a ballet workout. This is one. I wanted one I could DO. This isn't it.
Regular features: warmup (5 min), ballet dance 1 (10 minutes), ballet dance 2 (10 minutes), bar (7 minutes), bar stretch (5 minutes). Additional special feature workouts: sexy scarf (5 minutes), intense stretch (5 minutes), bar (6 minutes).
Performance is pretty straightforward, and it's not very dance-y. But it is very fast, and many of the movements are awkward. They also require a lot of ROOM. Think about being in an empty room by yourself. That's how much room it needs. I try it periodically, but I always give it up. Denise Austin has some ballet moves in Pilates for Every Body that give a better workout than this, and so does Michelle Dozois. Nothing against Leisa Hart, but this workout just doesn't have the ease, the flow, the fun, or the results to really be worthwhile.
Effective workout for grown, non-ballet dancers, where ARE you??"
Its ok if you havent really done ballet workouts before
S. Luncheon | nyc, NY | 06/30/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
":) im on my bf's account so please dont think im male)(
im a model and a i also do quite a bit of ballet on the side and i must say she is more a model who can stretch. I give this a 3 star because this is most likely targeted for the beginners so enjoy but for us advanced ballet workouters. there are better much much much better"