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Rosemary Conley - Ultimate Whole Body Workout [DVD]


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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • 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: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 12 May 2003
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (249 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008YNG7
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,278 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Fitness expert Rosemary Conley presents three exercise routines: the first is an aerobic workout designed to burn-off fat; the second is a series of body-conditioning exercises; and the third is a chair workout.

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When dieting guru Rosemary Conley declares that the Ultimate Whole Body Workout is her last fitness video, cynics might either be relieved that the population is finally to be spared her evangelical diet-speak, or conclude that she's "past it". However, this programme is not so easily dismissed. There might be nothing new here, but there is no doubt that a great deal of Conley's success comes from her ability to motivate. Conley first runs through the key moves featured in the work-outs, cleverly eliminating the problem of figuring it out during the sessions--and the risk of giving up. The 35-minute aerobic workout and the 20-minute body conditioning session are designed to be done on alternative days, while the final chair programme is for those with limited mobility (including pregnant women) who still want to burn calories. With no expense spared on the original soundtrack, a series of pop hits make this all the more easy to go along with. Conley punctuates her instruction with references to members of her backing team and their weight-loss successes. This is a work-out for the woman committed to being slim against all odds, and for whom dieting is likely to be a lifestyle.--Lorna V --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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82 of 82 people found the following review helpful By "ratomemma" on 23 Sep 2004
Format: DVD
I have been out of home fitness for some time whilst having children. Having had 3 children, I need to get back into it again and seriously lose weight. I have done the R C diet and exercise before so decided upon this exercise program to give me a boost start. It has certainly done that. The exercise is done by ordinary people to good "boppy" music, and is good fun. After only a week following the program, I have lost 5lb and feel far fitter, happier and more enthusiastic about everything. Before I got the DVD, I worried that Rosemary worked at a low level and that, as I got back into exercise, I would tire of it. However, the women who exercise with her work at different levels and some take it to a much higher level, showing that the exercises can become more exciting as your fitness levels increase.
I used to make the excuse that I didn't have time to exercise. Now I make the time.
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172 of 174 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Sep 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I love this video, its been my definite favourite for quite a while and I'm not geting bored doing it again and again. I was really quite fit a while back, and for various reasons, it all went downhill. So when I started this video I was really at the lowest level and struggling with that. Now I'm at the higher end of the intermediate level, and only consideration for my neighbours is holding me back from the higher level!!
The thing about Rosemary's videos is that you can do them at several different levels, and change level during the workout, there are always different levels being shown.
I think that there are people for whom this is not going to be enough, aerobically, but I enjoy doing it, and don't want to make a religion out of exercise, but what I do feels really good. I've lost plenty of weight and feel really good and energised when I do this tape. I look for times to do it, because I enjoy it. The moves are straightforward; I have real problems with dance or complicated routines. It builds up and down in a flowing way. I can't recommend it too highly, obviously not everyone will agree, but I am happy to get up at 6:00 am to do it before the family descends, and I feel great afterwards and energised.
I haven't done the toning exercises more than once or twice, as I do pilates instead, so I can't comment so much on them, but I think that they complement the aerobic section and are definately worth doing.
The video (aerobic section) lasts for 30 mins and consists of a warm up, stretches and a slow aerobic track followed by three more progressively active tracks, a cooling down track and then stretches. I really like the music, which includes tracks by Steps, Boyzone and The Mavericks, and cannot fault it overall.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Michael Domnin on 1 Feb 2004
Format: DVD
I am unfit and disabled. But I draw encouragement for the simple tachniques explained.The DVD is well explained: an introduction with practising of moves that come in the aerobics section, 3 sections follow: an aerobics, which is quite good for unfit people who can stand, upbeat music and Rosemary takes you through the exercises, classifying them for beginners, intermediate and more advanced. Second section is a toning sequence, focussing on important areas of the body. Thirdly, and that's for me who is 55 and unfit (!) the chair work-out. 15 minutes on a chair moving legs (optional) bum and arms in rhythm with a good upbeat music. I have asthma and I thought I would be puffed out, but no the exercises are gentle enough for an asthmatic. They are good enough to get fit. It is also recommended for pregant women; indeed there is a six-months pregnant woman doing the moves with a big encouraging smile.
I find this a good morning warm-up for somebody like me who is not fit. Rosemary Conley is a christian and comes through as a warm personality. The environment is a lovely little hall with yellow wooden walls a lovely floor board with windows showing a garden and some green. The whole thing is warm hearted and you will derive great fun for doing this. Highly recommended. Full five star for the DVD, that can show only the sequence you are interested in. Lovely, buy it, do it, follow it with gusto and you'll get somewhere with pleasure, even if you are unfit or disabled. Very good price for a very good buy.
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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Betty Haniotaki on 14 Oct 2003
Format: VHS Tape
When I started a serious effort to lose weight and get more fit, I tried walking as exercise, but found it entirely too easy to avoid doing it. Either it was too cold, or dark, or windy, or raining or snowing: any excuse would do. I then bought several exercise video tapes - this one was the one that suited me best. I followed it as suggested - alternating the aerobic section with the conditioning section - for 5 days a week, and then walking on weekends. The music is catchy, the patter is informative without being irritating, and best of all, the team members are real people who have lost weight and shaped up. The exercises are within most people's capability but challenging enough because of the different levels. I was able to continue with this tape for 6 months without being bored, although I am the original couch potato. I recommend it highly, especially to those who don't really enjoy working out.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Mar 2005
Format: DVD
I love Rosemary Conley video's which is why I chose this one. All the familiar moves are there, plus a few new ones. It does seem a BIT more of a tougher workout compared to the other Rosemary ones I've done, but I don't think I'd recommend it to people who are used to exercising - I haven't exercised in about 18 months and still managed to do the DVD without any problems!
The music is spot on as usual - good fun pop to get you motivated.
On the whole, good for getting your heart rate going, but I'm going to look for another DVD to make me feel like I've done a workout.
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