Candice deserves to be better known than she is. She
doesn't put out many videos on her own, but she has
worked behind the scenes for Kathy Smith and others. Her
"Step Ahead" was released several years ago and
is hard to find in stores, but has held up nicely for its
age. Candice cues and instructs very well, uses good
form, and has a friendly demeanor without being too
phony. She uses basic, conventional steps that are
familiar to all, thus making her routines very easy to
learn, yet the addition of arm movements and propulsions
can make them quite tough. Persons who dislike (or can't
cope with) more fast or complex routines, but still want
a challenge, should definitely check out Candice. Besides
"Step Ahead", Collage still carries her older
videos like "Abs and Legs" and "Low Impact
Challenge", as well as the more recent "Step
and Low" (back-to-back stepping and floor, like
"Kari Anderson's Two the Max") and her
"One on One" abs video.
Candice Copeland reminds me of several other good
instructors. She's no-nonsense like Karen Voight and
creative like Kari Anderson. She's good at giving form
pointers and cues very well. I like her!
In my opinion, Candance Copeland is one of the best
instructors out there today. Even though she is not as
famous as some of the other instructors, she is a
valuable find for any serious exerciser.
Candice is excellent. Her teaching experience is obvious;
she is encouraging and she gives plenty of instruction of
proper form. I think if she could, she would walk through
the TV to correct your form.