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A review of The Firm Workout DVD

Recent times have witnessed an increased emphasis on exercise and diet regimes. This article will be a looking at such an example, The Firm Workout DVD.

Overview

Aerobic exercise videos and workout DVDs can be found ten to the dozen as more, and more people are determined to get themselves an impressively firm body. Nonetheless, while some of these workout DVDs can be good, others can be positively useless. The Firm workouts have been specifically devised for women.
The ideas behind these methods are based on the assertion that getting fit and losing weight strength training is an essential technique. The problem here is that women tend to be somewhat reluctant to use free-weights to a large extent simply, because they are worried that they will bulk-up and look a bit ‘manly’. Firm, but not bulky However, the specialists behind the Firm Workout deny that this is the case. They assert that if their exercise regime is carried out regularly, and correctly, people will gain a firmer, slimmer body, but certainly not a bulky one.

Positives

Put simply, the Firm Body Sculpting system can be the perfect place to start. It offers just the kind of guidance, and inspiration that every beginner needs. It is important to note here, however that the Firm DVDs advises, that to start off, you should carry out the exercises without weights, especially if you are in relatively poor shape. Minimal equipment
Once you are shaping-up however, you can start with the weights. The good news is that to do all the exercises in the videos, you will need just three pairs of weights ranging from light to heavy. You can then ready to start on the programme, which essentially is divided into three areas: the Cardio-sculpt; the body sculpt and the ab-sculpt. These areas range from aerobic exercises to various weight training exercises, that stop the programme from being dull and repetitive. The Firm fanny lifter Another positive is that the workouts make good use of what is called a fanny lifter. This is basically a couple of six-inch and eight-inch plastic stools, that are designed to fit together to form a 14 inch stool. This makes the exercises smoother in comparison to the rather cumber-some use of regular step apparatus.

Negatives

On the downside, it is important to note that what you're essentially getting with these firm exercise videos is a strength training system. The aerobic aspects can seem a little easy and ineffective, unless perhaps you are a total beginner. Opinion However, on the whole, the clear and friendly instruction techniques make this selection well-worth the trouble.

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