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Cream Ibiza Workout [DVD]
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The world’s greatest name in clubbing, Cream, brings all the spirit and energy to a brand new, pumping workout with moves that everyone from novice to aerobic addict can handle with ease!
On a beautiful mountainside venue in Ibiza, world renowned choreographer, Supple, takes you through a series of funky, edgy and invigorating moves whilst you groove to your favourite club hits. Moving along to a fantastic mix of house, club classics and pumping anthems from Pitbull, Livin’ Joy, Calvin Harris, T-empo and much more. The Combat, Dance Fit, Fat Burner and Legs, Bums & Tums sections get to work on your fitness, toning and weight loss – while you’ll forget you’re even working out. With easy-to-pick-up dance moves and that exciting Cream Ibiza vibe, you won't be able to sit still, no matter how hard you try.
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Well... ten minutes into the Cream DVD and I knew I'd made a mistake buying it. The views and camera angles were unclear, the choreographer was sloppy with the moves and didn't explain each new move he was going into before launching into it. My biggest bugbear was that he actually kept going out of time with the soundtrack, which I found infuriating! I persevered but found the workout not remotely as tiring or exhilarating as the Pump It Up ones; it annoyed me as I felt I'd wasted my workout that day on something that I knew hadn't really done me any good!
I ended up putting on the Abs & Stretch and Cool Down sections of the new 2010 Pump It Up DVD afterwards so I could feel I'd done some worthwhile exercise.
I wouldn't recommend this DVD. Sorry Cream, I enjoy your CD compilations but when it comes to fitness DVDs, in this particular 'battle of the Superclubs' Ministry of Sound's Pump It Up series definitely wins!
But I still ordered the DVD..
The workout is shot at a beautiful location overviewing the magical Es Vedra mountain in Ibiza. I love it! The instructor is accompanied by four girls, all beautiful and well-trained. So far so good. The music is quite cool, popular and classic club music tracks, as expected from Cream.
But then there's the workout. It starts with a warm-up, then a section with fat-burning aerobic, a dance section, a kick-boxing section and cool down. There's extensive stretching and bending in the warm-up and cool down. I kind of liked that part, in most DVD-workouts this part is short and brief. In this DVD you reaally get a good stretch!
The warm-up is more of a intro to the moves you will see later on in the dance section. The fat-burning section is okay, but it's not hard enough! I mean I do break into a sweat but there are more effective fitness DVDs on the market. The kick-boxing part is again, okay, but not hard enough.
The dance section is what I looked forward to the most, disappointing. I'm sure the instructor is a good dancer, but he is no good instructor! His rythm is out of tune with the music and suddenly he's doing new moves with no instructions, it's just really hard to keep up. I have no trouble with other fitness DVDs (and I have them all!). I know I will learn the moves if I keep using the DVD, but the instructor is just annoying and I can't even understand what he's saying. So, if you're new to fitness DVDs, buy Ministry of Sound Pump It Up instead!
Do NOT buy this unless you want a few good tunes while you prance about!
In short - great for the experienced exerciser, not so great for beginners!