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Ministry Of Sound : The Ultimate Workout - Pump It Up, Burn It, Lose It
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The fourth instalment in Ministry of Sounds number one fitness DVD series already clocking UK sales of over 315,000 Pump It Up Burn It Lose It features a foundation warm up section, aerobox a low impact aerobic section, beatbox a high impact combat-aerobics section, bonus pump it up dance aerobics section, extended below the belt bums, tums and thighs section and a knockout cool down section all professionally programmed by award winning fitness instructor, Agata Pienio.
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I do like the lady instructor in the dvd though as she gives you the moves before you actually do it (while the rest of the crew continue with the workout making me not feel that I have missed out) and she has clear instruction on how many sets to go so I just do it without even having to watch her.
Not amazing but OK if you are too lazy to go to the gym on a cold morning.
It is a good workout and the music is good,keeps you movin and dancing round the room..your definitey sweating after a while..very hard work to start but if id have kept at it there def would have been a noticeable improvement.
But with two young kids i never get peace to do it sadly.
Warm Up: a good aerobic warm up that gets my heart pumping and warms me up to the point where I invariably open the windows to cool down a bit.
Aeroburn: I love this section because it's totally aerobic, the routines are easy to follow and it makes me work really hard. I'm always out of breath and quite sweaty by the end! There are different levels of intensity that you can choose too, and it's great for burning calories. If the rest of the DVD was more like this it would be perfect!
BPM: this is the 'dance' section. I am not very coordinated and find dance routines difficult to follow, I get out of sync and have a rubbish workout, so I always skip this bit. I wouldn't recommend this if you don't like dance.
Beatbox: at first I was skeptical at how this could do anything, as it's bascially punching the air, but I felt it the next day! Quite a good section that works your abs and upper body, and an enjoyable way to vent aggression.
Below the Belt: Loads of squats and a little bit of abs work - a good section but quite short if you are hoping to tone your tummy more.
Knockout: the warm down is disappointing as there is a lot of standing and bringing your arms up in a circle and breathing, but not a lot of actual stretching. At one point Deanne instructs you to cup your hands like there is water in them and let it trickle away... a bit wishy washy in my opinion! It's more to relax you than stretch out your muscles I think, so I tend to listen to the track and do my own stretches.
Bad points about this workout:
1. The BMP dance secion because I personally don't like dance
2. The Knockout warmdown section doesn't include many real stretches.
Good points about this workout:
1. Overall it makes you work hard and includes all parts of the body.
2. The way it is filmed is good - the entire body of Deanne/ her team is visible all of the time so you don't miss any moves, which is helpful if you have a poor memory for routines, and there are no awkward camera angles to cause confusion - the camera always shows a front-on view.
3. There is a feature that allows you to create your own workout by being able to arrange the different sections in whatever order you want, apart from the Warm Up and Knockout which are always at the beginning and end, and you can skip sections completely if you like. Of course you could use your DVD remote to do this as well, but this feature keeps the flow of the workout going without your intervention.
I'd say the good points vastly outweigh the bad points and I would recommend this DVD to anyone who likes aerobics.
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