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Nell McAndrew's Peak Energy [DVD] [2002]

4.0 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Nell McAndrew
  • Directors: Steve Kemsley
  • Producers: Steve Kemsley
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Dec. 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007J350
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,654 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Glamour model, Nell McAndrew presents this fitness workout for all levels.

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It's been a good 2002 for Nell McAndrew. The glamour model not only enjoyed a high profile role in the reality TV series I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, but has found time to release this, her first fitness DVD. Peak Energy is an easy to master aerobic workout set to a high energy soundtrack for health and weight loss.

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I've just finished some Jillian Michaels DVDs and thought I would do Peak Energy again and I still love it.
P.E is a workout set in a simple location (looks like an aircraft hanger or warehouse) and not an exotic beach.
I'm not sure what most peoples aims are when purchasing workout DVDS but mine is to get fit and lose weight..........this does both of those.
Many will find the instructor annoying but who cares as he has created a workout that has me looking pretty damn foxy :-)
Working out should be fun but for anyone that gave up after 10mins vowing never to do it again No No No!. Don't give up aim to add on another minute or two each time you do the workout. Before you know it, it will be the full 40 minutes and you will be shopping for new clothes. Good luck!.
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This DVD is, as Nell says, no nonsense and I don't believe that anyone can seriously doubt that if you did what it said, you would become as fit and slim as most people will ever need to be.
When you first try it, unless you are more or less a regular gym goer, you're unlikely to last very long. I like to think that I'm reasonably fit, walk to and from work every day at half an hour's brisk pace each way, practice ashtanga yoga, use the stairs and not lifts and so on. I didn't manage to complete the 10 min warm up without sitting down for a bit, looking a charming beetroot shade.
It won't take long at all before you see improvements in your stamina. I have been used to strength/ flexibility workouts from yoga, which I have to confess were always a bit easy for me. I began thinking that this was much too difficult for me but then the lure of getting hot and sweaty and feeling thoroughly worked out after only 10 minutes appealed!
I've been using the DVD maybe 4 nights a week for a fortnight and rapidly learned to break through the warm up. I'm still only getting through a total of 15 minutes before my legs burn, but the progress is really noticeable and I can always go to the more strength based cooldowns to feel more virtuous. More than that, I'm doing the steps properly now, really jumping instead of a halfarsed skip to save the neighbours downstairs (nothing to do with finding it all a bit hard, honest). My legs are firmer, arms have noticeable muscle and I'm sure the overhang isn't quite as bad as it used to be.
A lot of people have criticised Army Guy and I can see where they are coming from but I do agree that in a trainer it's essential. It really did have me working harder hearing the commands shouted - instinct was to obey first and think later.
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I am replacing my favourite exercise videos for dvds.

This being one of them.

You need to have a good level of fitness, or you will soon run out of steam!

A goal to work towards to though, so don't be put off by my comment above.

There are no complicated moves also.

One piece of advice, have a bottle of water very very close!!
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By A Customer on 2 Jan. 2003
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As a new year's resolution we decided to bring life to our living room (and slimness to our thighs) by expanding our large exercise video collection. After purchasing most new videos on the market (we get bored quickly), we thought this would be no different. We were wrong. Despite saying it is suitable for all fitness levels, we were left puffing like old women after the warm up and by the actual first section we were worn out. Dont get me wrong, we like a hard workout but this was more like boot camp torture... constant running, jumping jacks, squats, and other high impact aerobics set to pretty good music but with nothing very exciting to look at (the whole thing is set in what looks like an aircraft hanger). At the bottom of the screen there were 40 little blobs.... each blob couting for a minute. After 10 little blobs were filled in we were left in sweaty heaps on the carpet...so we skipped to the floor work and were left with aching bums and stomachs. Its not that the actual exercises are bad... just that the barking army drill sargeant who instructs you seems to over do the time spent on each thing.
At the end of the workout (nearly an hour and a half if we'd left the fast forward button alone) we were left looking and smelling a little less fresh than we'd hoped and today are finding it difficult to walk. This is a good workout for those who are extremely fit already but for those less so (i.e. us) it will take a lot more practice to get through the whole thing... it just depends if you have the willpower or not and really want a firm bod because this will definitely give you results.
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By A Customer on 25 Feb. 2003
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Possibly THE hardest workout video I have ever invested in (and I have a shelf-full). Despite claims from Nell in her intro that the video was suitable for all levels, once into full swing, no lower impact alternatives were given to the bouncing full-on routine. However, from my knowledge of fitness, I decided to alternate between marching on the spot and keeping the arms moving, and resting my arms and following the jogging/jumping jacks etc. OK, I wasn't getting the full benefits, but at least I could keep it up for the 40 minute main workout. I figure I can build up to doing it full-out.
Unlike some other exercise videos I have bought, this one really feels like you are working hard and getting results. The instructor is excellent - pushy and encouraging as instructors should be! However, it can be slightly annoying when he says "8 more" and then you think you're getting to the end and he says "8 more" AGAIN!
The 40 minutes being counted down on the screen with a bar is a good idea. It also meant for me, that when I am short of time, I can do just half the workout out and then move onto the toning sections.
For people VERY short of time, I would recommend doing just the warm up, followed by the 2 toning sections.
And whatever you do, STRETCH your calves out really well at the end, cos boy will they hurt the next day if you don't!
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