Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Home Gym-Denise Austin Bootcamp

So, the next entry into my series of a "home gym" experience is a DVD by Denise Austin, called, Denise Austin Bootcamp-Total Body Blast.



I purchased this for $8.99 from Amazon.com. The description supplied by Amazon is:
In BOOT CAMP: TOTAL BODY BLAST, your personal drill sergeant Denise Austin will transform your body into a fat-burning furnace with dynamic intervals of punches, kicks, and power drills! Banish flab, burn mega calories and sculpt a champion body with Denise's unique blend of cardio, strength training and FUN! The DVD includes: CARDIO BOOT CAMP: Blast into shape with this 20-minute, high-energy workout that interchanges short bursts of cardio with longer workout periods that combine kickboxing, sports drills and calorie-crunching calisthenics! STRENGTH BOOT CAMP: Experience another level of interval training with this explosive, 20-minute workout that alternates strengthening exercises (using hand weights) with heart-pounding cardio boosts to incinerate fat and keep your heart-rate soaring! FLEXIBILITY: Look and feel better than ever with this 10-minute series of active, isolated, stretching moves and techniques designed to improve your posture, flexibility and overall athletic performance!


Let me start with this blatant truth, I hated this dvd. I don't know if it was Denise Austin's incessant chatter and excitement, or the fact that it reminded me of a difficult Sweatin' to the Oldies. I like to consider myself a decently rhythmed person, but I couldn't keep up with these ridicolous moves.

Ease of use: 2 out of 5 dumbells
Sweat factor: 3 out of 5 dumbells *most of it came from frustration*
Host factor: 0 out of 5 dumbells
Price: 5 out of 5 dumbells
Effectiveness: I don't know, I don't plan on ever using it again lol

1 comment:

♥ Kendall ♥ said...

I have the Yoga Booty Ballet DVDS and I can't stand them b/c one of the girls looks alien-ish and it's soo distracting so it's in my pile of workout DVDs that I don't use.
When I'm not lazy I do like the 10 Minute Pilates. I have a short attention span so the 10 min. segments are good for me.

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