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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: None
  • Dubbed: None
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: None
  • Audio Description: None
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 16 May 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004TWP8X4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,161 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

This 2011 version comes with all-new packaging.

Ex-Eastenders star Hannah Waterman was the weight loss story of 2010 – and now she’s revealing the secrets of her astonishing transformation in her new fitness DVD.

Papped on holiday in a bikini looking as Hannah puts it “like the proverbial beached whale” was all the incentive she needed to get herself in shape.

She’s now lost nearly 3 stone in weight and dropped from a size 16 to a slinky size 6. She admits she was so fat “people thought I was pregnant, but it wasn’t a baby it was too many cheese sarnies and glasses of wine!”

So how’s she done it? To find the very best scientific way to lose weight, Hannah went to Loughborough University – the country’s leading centre for sports science – and worked with their weight-loss expert Martin MacDonald.

The DVD focuses on interval training and is divided into short bursts of intense exercise followed by a rest period. According to Martin MacDonald “All the latest scientific studies show it’s the most efficient way to burn fat. In fact it’s 4-5 times better at burning fat than normal aerobic exercise”.

Cardio Blitz involves short (10 second) bursts of intense exercise i.e. skipping, running on the spot) interspersed with ‘active rest periods’ doing moves like squats and lunges.

Box Blitz includes intense intervals of high speed boxing moves (speed-ball, upper-cuts) broken up with slower toning moves like press-ups and sit-ups.

Tone Blitz mixes up short intervals of high energy burpees (like the old school bunny hops) with toning moves using weights (like lunges and sit-ups).

Belly Blitz involves 10 minutes of abdominal exercises followed by a 5 minute stretch and cool down

The DVD also comes with Hannah’s ‘Six Meals a Day Diet’. So as Hannah says “With this DVD you get to exercise less, eat more and still lose weight – can’t be bad!”.

There are no subtitles on this DVD.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

544 of 554 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. K. Hogarth on 28 Dec. 2009
Format: DVD
As someone who has a decent collection of fitness DVD's (Nell McAndrew, Davina, Natalie Cassidy etc) I was keen to try this new one from Hannah Waterman. I am always a little sceptical with new workouts, only because there are so many aspects about them that can be wrong that they can turn into a real waste of money but I am really pleased to say that I didn't find this to be the case with Body Blitz. Most importantly, its really hard work and now I have done it, I am properly shattered!! I really felt it worked my entire body and I know I'll feel it tomorrow, which I always consider to be a good indication that it will be an effective and worthwhile DVD. The focus is on interval training, which I personally enjoy as you can push yourself in bursts and I have found it to be a very successful method of weight loss and fitness improvement in the past.
The DVD is split in to sections, all of which are equally hard so you could do one or all of them and see good results. Each of the three cardio sections are very intense but in a good way and I really liked the way it was well paced and I never felt bored. Each section also has a good mix of moves which work the whole body so I like the fact that if I only have 20 mins to spare I can do one section and still get a really good session.
The workout is run by a fitness chap from Loughborough University (where Hannah got a lot of her advice and guidance), who is very good in that he is genuine and isn't trying to act as a presenter. He has high energy and does a good job of keeping the motivation up without being too much.
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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Karen Lowe on 3 Jan. 2010
Format: DVD
At last a workout video from a celebrity which is intense! Most previous celebrity offerings (other than Davina, or perhaps Nell McAndrew) have failed to hit the "intensity spot" IMHO. I have an extensive workout DVD collection, and would classify myself as a high intermediate/advanced exerciser, and this workout will definitely be remaining in my collection! Other reviewers have given good breakdowns of the actual workout, so I will just add some additional thoughts and observations. The "Cardio Blitz" has some great high intensity moves (one of Hannah's workout buddies, Adam, shows modifications throughtout all of the workouts). I was definitely puffing and sweating after this first 20 minute section. Next, the "Box Blitz", which is probably the easiest (but not a doddle!) of all the sections. Some great punching and kicking drills with some high intensity speed drills thrown in for good measure. "Tone Blitz" is the hardest section IMHO, and includes 5 high intensity exercises, one after the other. First move - place your hands on the floor and hop both legs out and in repeatedly. Second move - keep hands placed on floor and kick heels up towards the bum (imagine running with your hands on the floor). Third move - burpees, with a jump on the end. Fourth move - jump squats (think bounce-bounce-squat). Fifth move - double footed ski hops side to side (or "disco hips" as Hannah calls them). Then follows your active recovery, which includes squats with bicep curls and overhead presses, forward lunges with shoulder presses, and then some ab work on the floor. You then stand up and repeat the whole thing again. This section, IMO, would provide a quick full body intense workout (warm up first) if you are short on time.Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Fit for 30 on 4 Jan. 2011
Format: DVD
With the glut of new fitness DVDs released last week, I just thought I'd write a review of this one from last year, which I still think is amazing! If you are in any way serious about shaping up all over and improving your fitness, this is the one to get.
I joined the gym last January as I was fast approaching 30 and really needed to do something about it. I was good to start with, going three times a week, etc, etc, but life slowly got in the way. I had bought the Hannah Waterman DVD earlier in the year but didn't actually attempt it until the summer. WOAH - I really, really wish I had bothered to do it before I joined the gym. This DVD works me as hard as a circuit training class and as a result, I've now quit the gym. I then spent the last few months of last year trying to find another DVD as hard as this one to rotate with once my membership runs out this February. I tried sooooo many - The Firm, Davina, Nell, Jillian Michaels... and none seemed to work me as hard or were as enjoyable as Hannah's.
Anyway, so now it's Jan 2011 and the new fitness DVDs are released. So far I've tried Clare Nasir's and Nadia Sawalha's. Clare's is actually the same format as Hannah's with the same trainer so I had high hopes for it, but was actually a bit disappointed. It seems far more repetitive and the moves don't really inspire me as much as much as Hannah's. I do think Nadia's is great though, in a more 'dancy' way, so I think that will be a firm favourite. For people looking to make a start in their fitness and weight loss, though, get Hannah's and you won't go wrong!
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