Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5 out of 5 by mlsf She makes it fun
I really like her personality! She has as good sense of humor & makes the workout fun & fast. It's also effective. This is one of my go-to DVD's.
March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Burnsy Hits every area!
This DVD is one of my top 3 favorites! It's hits all areas and you do every type of workout. Pilates, Yoga, jump training, cardio, weights and balance. I'm 5'4" 115 lbs and a set if 10 lbs weights are perfect for this work out. She doesn't use a mat in the work out, but you'll need one. Tanja is always awesome!
March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by seekingbalance Great DVD for those days when you want a change
I really enjoy this DVD. It is a great DVD on those days when you didn't think you wanted to workout. Once you get started, Tanja makes this tough workout fun. It always improves my mood as well as my body. It is nice to have the option of a shorter or longer workout, too.
August 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mazenko2310 This video is easy to follow.
I just love Tanja Djelevic. She has such a wonderful energy and obvious love for health and fitness and she brings it all to her workout. She makes me want to get in better shape and become the strongest woman I can be. I do smile along with her; it does help.
March 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gemgrrrl Good, but not for beginners
I think this DVD is great for someone who is already in shape and familiar with the moves. The pace is intense, and Tanja has an upbeat personality. I don't think it's good for a beginner, for a few reasons. The cues are somewhat limited. If you don't already know how to properly do a triangle pose, or lunge, you'll have to constantly look at the screen, which is awkward. Even then, she doesn't give modifications for beginners, or for people who might have knee issue or other injuries. In fact, in one spot on the express workout she actually says "you can do the 'cute' workout, and do it like this, or you can give it 110% like this..." What she refers to as the 'cute' workout is more appropriate for those at a beginner fitness level. It shouldn't be said in a condescending way. I think it might be frustrating, and possibly pose risk of injury, for beginners to attempt this workout. Especially if they are unfamiliar with ways to modify the workout to prevent injury, or with some of the stretching poses. If you're a beginner and want a challenge, then go for it. But watch the video all the way through first, then make sure you know how to modify the more challenging moves, like the yoga stretches, squats and lunges.
April 4, 2014