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It is true though that after two weeks of practicing, I am a bit bored of the explanations and would like to practice other postures, but I don't want to start fidgeting with the remote control; that's the only down point for me. Then again, it means she has made sure we always will remember to position the leg like this, so we don't hurt the knee, or the chair there, so we don't hurt our backs - if some others have taken the time to do the same I wouldn't have a few problems now.
So for the very beginners, to me, this DVD is the one. Very easy to follow, and difficult to forget. I do it every morning, and I am looking forward buying a few more by these people. And I am just buying another copy as a birthday present!
Now, keep in mind that is what is, for total beginners, and probably not very fit people at all.
Further infuriating is that not only does it take an age to set up for each pose, once you know them there is no way to get through the workout without all the set-up for each one...i.e 35 mins or so of exercise take a lot longer to get through, you find yourself adding extra breathing cycles to keep on going!
As a note - I also got the pilates for dummies, and the difference is vast - that one is great!