Power Body: Kettlebell Bootcamp [DVD] [2009] [US Import]

Blast calories, build endurance and optimize your workout time¿welcome to Power Body Kettle bell Bootcamp! You will experience an amazing cardiovascular and strength training workout using one of the most popular fitness tools today; the kettlebell. It is a versatile piece of fitness equipment for all-over body conditioning, strength and power training, and endurance building. This workout is designed to have a quick learning curve while burning maximum calories. The key to getting the most out of this workout is to learn how to do the exercises properly and safely by following instructor Angie Miller in the easy-to-learn tutorial. Practice the exercises until you are comfortable and confident in all the movements and be patient. You`ll boost your metabolism and burn fat, even while you`re practicing. Power Body Kettlebell Bootcamp is designed for all fitness levels; Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Throughout the workout, Angie uses a 15 pound / 6.8kg kettlebell. If you`re just beginning you may want to begin with ten pounds and as you progress, you can increase the weight of your kettlebell. This will allow you to experience continued improvement in your strength and overall fitness level. There is also a modifier who will show variations to the exercises that might require more flexibility, balance, or strength. Whether you`re an advanced or beginning kettlebell exerciser, you will find Power Body Kettlebell Bootcamp refreshing, challenging, and heart pumping!

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3 Responses to Power Body: Kettlebell Bootcamp [DVD] [2009] [US Import]

  1. A. R. Fletcher says:

    Wonderful but be careful Holy cow, this is boring. I have never made it to the end of the work out because Angie Miller is just so dull. I knew I was in for a “seriously?” workout when during the warm up, she says, “That’s it, looking good. Keep going”. Keep going?! The warm up is honestly practically nothing; there is no way you would work up a sweat and yet she’s saying “keep going”. If you can’t do the simple warm up, you can’t do the work out and your fitness is of major concern and I’m by…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Angie Miller’s Kettlebell Bootcamp is excellent. the format of the DVD is divided up into 8 sets each building a little harder and longeer than the other, her instruction is excellent with a good knowledge of body anatomy and how the correct stance and posture is vital interms of core, back and shoulders, this enables the trainer to achieve results quicker and safley. Her voice is gentle yet firm not loud and brash and proves there is no need for shouting and screaming to achieve a good workout…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I am fit, I regularly cycle 50 – 80 miles on a weekend, however my first go at this nearly killed me! I would suggest if you are used to a class type exercise you would not have as much trouble. It is a good all round workout, but after my first zealous leap into the DVD, and being unable to walk upstairs or get up off the loo without using my arms to help, I decided to work up to the full set slowly. I would suggest unless you are used to Boxercise or other type of high impact class you…

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