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|Tap Less Step More with Deirdre Morris|
Actor: Deirdre Morris
Director: Greg Twombly
Genres: Educational, Exercise & Fitness
A new stepping and core/abdominal training workout that requires you to tap less and step more! The tap less style encourages constant motion throughout the workout. Deirdre s fun choreography flows in a non-top manner, mo... more »
Good step DVD
MW | Georgia | 08/10/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Challenging, but not impossible choreography, great music, and good cuing. A good DVD to keep in my workout rotation."
Trish | CA | 07/23/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I like this step DVD although you would have to be very, very familiar with the instructor's style to do this one the first time out.
It starts with a vigorous warm-up (on and off the step) and then goes into a single step 45 minute routine and a short 5 minute double-step (two steps side-by-side) routine.
The 45 minute portion is a truly advanced workout. I had to replay portions (which I don't mind doing) to get some of the steps. I consider myself an intermediate to advanced stepper. Towards the end, I just did my own moves to keep my heartrate up and watched the DVD so I would be ready for the next time. I appreciate the fact that this is interestting enough to want to continue learning.
The cool down is sufficient and the stretch is a little short for me, but I usually complete a yoga stretch on my own after working out, so it didn't bother me.
I will keep this DVD in my rotation."
It's a Blast!
dusty | Ohio | 05/27/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The music is fantastic and the workout advanced. If you don't have the endurance to learn complex choreo, don't try it. Deirdre is very pleasant and cues really well and eventually an advanced exerciser will master this routine and feel quite accomplished, but it takes some practice. You have to know how to improvise along the way, otherwise, you will be frustrated and not get a good workout while learning it. I have done the main step combos several times, but still have a few rough spots to work through. I have not yet tried the double-step routine, but it says you can do it with just one step. The ab workout is good, but too short for me. It seemed only about 5 - 7 minutes or so and then goes immediately into the stretch."