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S. Robinson

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You can never have too many books...
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (10 of 10)
Location: Midlands, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 629,786 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 10
Kirsty Gallacher: Body Sculpt [DVD] [2005] <b>DVD</b> ~ Kirsty Gallacher
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As with other reviewers, I consider myself in reasonably good shape and was able to complete the warm up, all three levels, all three 'blast' sections and the cool down in one go, which took about 90 minutes.

I've done this DVD a couple of times now and it is very well paced. The instructor regularly points out that the aim is to exercise according to the principles of quality, not quantity, and I really like that - other exercise DVDs can be very fast paced and unless you know exactly what you are doing you can sometimes sacrifice form just to keep up. Here the exercises are often explained or demonstrated before you actually do them and I can imagine this would particularly… Read more
Flymo Cutting Disc for HoverVac, Micro Lite, Minim&hellip by Flymo
I was getting through so many lawn mower blades I sent a packet of broken ones back to the manufacturer to show them, and they suggested I try a new cutting disc. I ordered this and it arrived within the stated time, was well packaged and easy to fit to my mower. I have mowed the lawns three times since I fitted the new cutting disc without any further broken blades. For me this worked really well - it's just like having a new lawn mower, but at a fraction of the cost. Well worth giving it a go if your lawn mower seems to be on its last legs.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to World War I by Alan Axelrod Ph.D.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This was my first 'Complete Idiot's Guide' - I am usually a 'For Dummies' person but for some reason they don't do a book on WWI - and although the level of information was comparable to the Dummies books, I found the layout of this one more difficult to navigate, as to me it seemed like page after page of prose, whereas the 'For Dummies' books break the prose up with different headings, lists and sidebars which I have to say I prefer.

This book was incredibly detailed - the key facts were covered in one of the very first chapters and this would probably have been enough for me, though I did read the whole book as I don't like to think I'm missing anything! If you want full… Read more