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Now That's What I Call A Fitness DVD 2011


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Instructional fitness programme set to a soundtrack of the year's biggest hits. There are five main sections to the workout, each presented by professional fitness instructors and featuring a dance choreography which viewers are encouraged to join in with. As well as a warm up and a warm down, the sections included are: 'Ease It In', 'Take It Higher', 'Rock It Out', 'Dance, Dance, Dance' and 'Feel the Burn'. Among the artists whose music provides the soundtrack to the workouts are McFly, Cheryl Cole, Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Scherzinger, Lady Gaga and Rihanna.

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Runtime 1 hour 0 minutes
Genres Fitness
Rental release Title not released yet
Main languages English

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Shopaholic on 15 Jun. 2012
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I think that this is a very good fitness DVD, with lots of fun, good music and you can really feel yourselves working. It is more for people who can dance, and it doesn't always go through the moves before you do them but with practice and repeats of the DVD you are good to go!

It contains 7 sections..

-Mcfly ft. Taio Cruz; Shine a Light

Ease It In
-Taio Cruz; Dynamite
-Cheryl Cole; Promise This
Jennifer Lopez; On The Floor

Take It Higher
-Nicole Scherzinger; Poison
-Alexandra Stan; Mr. Saxobeat
-Inna; Sun Is Up

Dance Dance Dance
-Lady Gaga; Born This Way
-Far East Movement; Like A G6
-Roll Deep; Green Light

Feel The Burn
-Snoop Dogg vs. David Guetta; Sweat
-Rihanna; Only Girl (In The World)
-Pixie Lott; Turn It Up

-Professor Green ft. Emeli Sande; Read All About It

It also has Behind the Scenes footage. I highly recommend this excercise DVD! I am doing it in a bid to loose some pounds and will be doing it in the morning, before I eat breakfast and maybe sometimes in the evenings for a DOUBLE boost! Happy workout guys x
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By sound1a on 3 Jan. 2012
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Good dance dvd as I was looking for an alternative to pump it up etc for less cheese. You do sweat alot but have fun at the same time, I would say you definatley need to be rather coordinated and into dance as the routines are verygood. The dancers are established in their own right, ie gem worked with Take That, Alexandra Burke, JLS etc and they all bring something good but different to the workouts.

The only critism is that a few of the moves aren't explained intime for the change of exercise and go very fast and that there are 2 abs workouts one short length and the 2nd is longer which could have been combining really. Overall though I really enjoyed sweating and dancing my butt off to this workout, I liked that fact all the members teach a section and with practice all moves can be done well. Gonna be using it alot for weight loss!
Would recommend:)
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Dreamgirl on 6 Jan. 2012
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I bought this because I wanted something fun to work out to and it really is quite different to the work-out DVDs I've tried before. The music is great, its fun and there loads of different sections on it such as toning etc. The only down side is that I found some of the moves difficult to copy as the dancers don't really explain it properly so I think it will take a couple of times watching it to pick it up correctly. Its also quite fast paced so I would recommend it more for people that are already reasonably fit.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Chris R on 14 Aug. 2012
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Having purchased all of the Ministry of Sound and Deanne Berry DVD's, I can really recommend this one. The BEST feature is being able to switch off the instructions and just have pure pumping music - I've linked my DVD player to my hifi for more enjoyment (poor neighbours don't know what's going on). Don't know why MOS decided to remove that feature in their later DVD's. Who wants to listen to the same instructions over and over ad nauseam??
The music - pumping, current tunes - love them!
The moves - different to anything offered by other DVD's - love them! Not a single grapevine or running on the spot!
The instructors - each one takes a section of the workout, offering enormous variety - a different sequence for each tune, BUT, the girl in the Grey and Yellow - don't know if the sound mixer changed the tune they were working out to, but none of her sequences are in time to the music - that's the reason for my 4 stars - othewise this would have got 5.
The floorwork - a bit muddled because you move from floor to standing and back to floor a few times.
The toning - I can feel the next day that I have done a workout. The floorwork is really hard to do even for me, and some of the stomach exercises look a bit dangerous on the spine - just use caution! If it hurts, don't do it!
In conclusion, it is at the moment by far my favourite workout DVD, but you have to be co-ordinated to do it. Thoroughly enjoyable!
I have a good hint for any DVD's you are bored with - just mute the sound and use your own music (iPod works great!). It doesn't really matter if the time is a little off as long as you are familiar with the routines.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Titan on 7 Aug. 2013
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To my great surprise, of all the British workout DVDs I have (including all the Davina ones, the Ministry of Sound ones and various celeb DVDs), this one is my favourite by far. It really IS fun, and there are several different dance workouts which incorporate cardio and strength training quite brilliantly. One of my issues with the other British workouts I have is that there are many parts that are interminably dull, with endless repeats, such that I can't do them, not because they are too difficult but just because they are too boring. Unlike some of the other British DVDs I have, which tend to be very 'old-school', this one seems more contemporary. Each of the teachers seems competent and when you have learnt the steps (which of course will take time, but it's fun!) you can opt to play the workout without the instructions, just with the music, so it feels even more like dancing in a club.

In terms of difficulty level, I'd say that this is a more effective workout than the MoS ones (which rarely feel to me as though they are doing anything) but until you know the steps enough to be able to really throw yourself into it, it is not a tough workout. It's not a tough workout even when you do know the steps. Normally, when I buy a workout that is on the low-intensity side, I feel disappointed and rarely use it, but this one is very different: it is so well-structured and genuinely fun that I do this workout whenever I am having one of those days where I have every possible excuse not to workout (too tired, heavy night the night before, something hurts, not feeling well, should I still be working out like crazy at 49?
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