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Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout DVD

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$19.98

Safely stay in shape during pregnancy

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Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders and her personal trainer, Keri Crockett will help you stay strong and sexy while expecting. Choose from full-length to express workouts. At seven months along in this program, Summer demonstrates proper form for each exercise, always aware of the vast changes your body is undergoing. This safe prenatal program will help you remain active and fit during your pregnancy, as well as help you regain your strength and stamina post pregnancy. Feel and look better throughout your pregnancy. 160 min. USA.

Improve posture, strength and muscle tone — even experience a smoother delivery with Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout DVD.

Also available, our Prenatal DVD Kit which combines Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout DVD , Prenatal Yoga DVD and Prenatal Gurmukh DVD at a special value.

Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout DVD Benefits:
  • Safe, medically-approved prenatal exercises
  • Select from full-length to express workouts
  • Exercises tailored to every trimester
  • Feel and look better all the way to delivery
  • Improve posture, strength, and muscle tone
  • Experience a smoother delivery
  • Includes custom cardio and toning routines
  • Receive professional personal trainer advice
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Four-time Olympic medalist Summer Sanders is not just a champion swimmer, she’s also a new mom. In addition to her athletic success, she’s a familiar face on TV, hosting numerous sporting series, events and specials. She lives with her ski racer husband and their two children in Park City, Utah.

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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I LOVE THIS DVD I bought this DVD in an attempt to get myself into some sort of shape while I am pregnant. I loved the second semester express workout and I can't wait until I am in good enough shape for the longer one. I have read some of the other reviews and I have yet to find Summer's comments annoying...I find them more reassuring in the long run. June 16, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Prenatal DVD! I bought this in the middle of my second trimester because I couldn't fit a prenatal exercise class into my work schedule, and I was impressed with some of the exercises I could do while I was already over halfway through my pregnancy. I think it's a great DVD for finding out that you CAN exercise during your pregnancy and look great! January 25, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by I can't really say much about it… unfortunately... I'm so very disappointed with the quality of the DVD… I tried everything, changing it into a different format, nothing worked… so I can't say anything about the exercise… Could you please check the DVD's quality before sending it out? It would also be great if you could burn the DVD on a lower speed,  I'm sure it would make a huge difference for the viewer! Thanks! January 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Challenging but not overwhelming Not being someone who loves to work out (but having read about the huge benefits to pregnant women in particular), I shopped around a lot before getting this DVD. I knew that if it was too hard, I wouldn't stick with it. But I have, faithfully doing the workout three times a week (I'm almost in my 38th week now)! When I sat down to watch it before doing the third-trimester workout, I wondered if it would be too easy---but I was forgetting that I'm lugging around an enormous belly on a pregnant woman's energy level. Even the express workout (just 30 minutes) leaves me sweaty and winded without overdoing it. The cuing (sp?) isn't great, though. In a couple places Keri actually says the exact opposite of what she means: "Feet together" when she means "Feet apart," "Feet underneath your band" when she means "Band underneath your feet," etc. However, it's obvious what you need to do, so it's not too confusing. I'd definitely recommend it. July 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Would Recommend This is a really effective, low-intensity pre-natal workout. In particular, the upper body exercises are really good, and it's really nice to be able to choose between the express and regular workouts. I do wish there were more intensive stretches (particularly for the third trimester segment), and I agree with another reviewers comments--Summer's comments can be a bit annoying, particularly after you've heard them a few times. May 14, 2010
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