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Pump It Up Move It, Lose It [DVD]

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Product details

  • Format: Compilation, DVD-Video, PAL
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: MoS
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Dec 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005VNS4TU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,174 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

The latest in Ministry of Sound's Pump It Up series of ultimate fitness DVDs, Move It, Lose It intends to help you to lose weight, tone up and improve your fitness while having fun with high energy dance routines. Pump It Up Move It Lose It will get you burning calories and give you an overall body tone up helping you to look and feel great! It features the biggest tunes of the year, including Example "Stay Awake", JLS ft. Tinie Tempah "Eyes Wide Shut", Snoop Dogg Vs David Guetta "Sweat", Alex Gaudino ft. Kelly Rowland "What A Feeling", Calvin Harris ft. Kelis "Bounce" and DJ Fresh ft. Sian Evans "Louder".
Move It, Lose It offers variety with three individual dance workouts as well as a 'Tone', 'Legs, Bums & Tums', 'Warm Up' and 'Stretch' sections. 'Dancemix 1' focuses on teaching you the latest moves from the pop scene, 'Dancemix 2' is full of Latin and Caribbean influenced routines and 'Dancemix 3' takes influence from some of the biggest female artists on the scene to offer a routine for more advanced abilities.


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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
By NinaJ
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Being a huge fan of Gareth Walker's 'Pump it Up' workouts, I'm bound to be a bit biased! But unfortunately, for me this DVD just isn't quite as good as the previous Gareth-led ones. It's still full of great dance moves and a fantastic soundtrack, and follows the 'usual' Pump it Up format, i.e. warm up, toning, Dancemixes 1, 2 and 3 (all about 15 minutes each), 'legs, bums and tums' then a cooldown.

There isn't much distinction between Dancemixes 1, 2 and 3 except that Dancemix 2 is a more 'Latin'-style workout, obviously inspired by Zumba. Unfortunately, I found the new presenter a bit dull and uninspiring (though this is obviously just my personal taste); although he explains all the moves well he rushes through them all at a very fast pace and there are so many that you're in danger of forgetting them by the time you get to the final run-through!

The faster pace of this presenter is a little at odds with the fact that some of the moves are quite a bit more complicated and advanced than previous 'Pump it Up' workouts (especially when I got to Dancemix 3 which had me tripping over my feet a bit!) I would think that you need to be a dancer, familiar with previous 'Pump it Up' DVDs, and/or do Zumba classes to be able to pick them up properly as you go - I wouldn't recommend this DVD to a complete beginner or someone who just wants to get stuck in straight away. None of the routines use traditional 'aerobics'; the emphasis is heavily on club/dance moves, so if you want to learn some moves for a night out this will be your thing! And it's a good 'sweaty' workout too, as long as you're able to keep up.

The 10-odd minute 'tone' and 'legs, bums and tums' follow the usual 'Pump it Up' format and can be adapted for beginners.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
I bought this DVD two weeks ago as I owned another Ministry of Sound workout DVD by Deanne Berry and thought I would like a change.

At first, I was really put off by the DVD as the instructor has a different teaching style to Deanne, but I have done the DVD (or parts of it) every other day for two weeks and I am now completely confident with it and really enjoy it!

I always do this DVD with my Polar heart rate monitor on, and I can get my heart rate pretty high so I would definitely say that it give you a good cardio workout. Some of the sections also are really good for toning muscles, as I am often sore the next day. Doing the whole workout, end to end I can burn around 800 calories!

The DVD is split into 7 different sections - about an 1hr 40mins if you do the whole thing. The first section and last section are about 10mins long, and the five middle sections are about 20mins long.

1. Warm Up - this is where you learn an easy routine that warms up all your muscles and joints in your body. This section is not optional and you must do it every time you use the DVD, which is not such a problem as it doesn't get boring.
2. Tone It - a very good toning section focusing on legs, arms and abs. There are lots of squats here... Be warned!
3. Dancemix 1 - this is the simplest dance section I think. Like all the dance sections, it teaches you three mini routines and then you put them all together in the end to make one big routine.
4. Dancemix 2 - this is my favourite dance section. It revolves around latin influenced dance moves and you can tell it has had influences from Zumba. You can really really feel your abs and bum working in this section.
5. Dancemix 3 - this is the hardest section by far.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun workout 5 Mar 2013
By Amy
Format:DVD
I own the original pump it up DVD, and wanted something new, as I liked the original DVD a decided to buy another in the series and I'm pleased I did!

The first two times I did this workout I found it really hard to keep up, loads of rewinding to try and get the moves right, but after doing it a few times it soon sunk in, and I felt like I'd really achieved something by learning the moves (although still a couple I need to perfect)

The DVD is not as intense as the first MOS was, but often I prefer that, and I still feel like I've got a good exercise at the end. The toning section is brilliant, no push ups which I hate! Love the music too, really gets me in the mood!

I've been doing this DVD 2-3 times a week, all 7 sections, for about 2 months now and I definitely can notice a difference, I feel slimmer more toned and more flexible.

There are a couple of negatives, I agree with what others have said about the dancers not having as much of a personality, and also perhaps there is a bit too much of the 'base step' in between doing the dances, however, if they didn't have this I think I would have struggled a lot more in the outset.

Overall thinks its a great DVD and one that I've not got bored of, which is unusual for me!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 19 Mar 2013
By Miss J
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This work out is my current favourite! I love dancing and the soundtrack is brilliant! The teaching style is definitely different to some of the other Pump It Up's and the teacher isn't quite as quirky as Gareth but he gives good instruction and although the pace can be a little quick with teaching the moves after a few goes you pick it up and there is always the rewind button if you really need it.

I picked this up quicker than the Pump It Up Dance Mix which took me a couple of weeks to master and I thought that the dance moves were fun and current and once you get the hang of them a great work out. I enjoy the latin inspired work out most although I find this the easiest one to pick up and it isn't quite as aerobic for me as the other two.

I particularly like that you can mix and match the work out between the five options to have a real long work out or just a short one. The Toning section has a ton of squats so beware and the legs, bums and tums I thought is a great, as yet I haven't made it through the whole thing without taking a small break (usually around the time of the plank or/and the static leg exercise for the butt which kills!!)

If you don't enjoy dancing or are a little rhythmically challenged this probably isn't the one for you and fitness wise it might not be the best starting place for beginners but if you are intermediate or advanced I think it is a great work out and with the five different sections good value for money!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it: ) great value for money
Loved it :) great value for money
Published 13 days ago by Kelly hewitson
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Really good dvd
Published 16 days ago by Nicola
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
ok
Published 19 days ago by mrs g m carlier
5.0 out of 5 stars lbs are melting away.....
This DVD, along with many MOS Pump It Up DVDs, has received a mixed bag of reviews. You either love them or hate them. Read more
Published 3 months ago by juice
3.0 out of 5 stars I was really excited to get this...
I was really looking forward to getting this DVD, but even dancing for most of my life I found myself scratching my head thinking "how do I do that?! Read more
Published 4 months ago by Kelly Malyon
5.0 out of 5 stars productive
very good. the movements were explained and shown at a steady pace which helped me keep up. you didnt feel like you had to rush and if you couldn't do a certain movement an... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Debra scott
3.0 out of 5 stars very good dvd
very good dvd, nice long work out great music worth buying if motivated
it really helps you get back into shape
Published 4 months ago by miz foggy
3.0 out of 5 stars Fair
Bit repetitive. Hard to keep the motivation going.

Dance moves are well explained though and it has good healthy eating tips in the extras
Published 5 months ago by Michelle Naughton
3.0 out of 5 stars It's OK.
I like the 'pump it up' workouts, but for me this one falls a little short. The routines are a little boring and the presenter doesn't do a very good job at signalling changes etc. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Irka Bargielowski
5.0 out of 5 stars wonderful
Love it. Very quick postage:) will buy again for friends or family. Brought as 3 dvds and its helping lose weight
Published 6 months ago by laura Taphouse
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