Custom Fit- Interactive TrainingDavid Snively
Year Released: 2005
Categories: Balance/Medicine/Mini/Stability Ball, Bosu and Balance Disks/Boards, Circuit Training (cardio and weights) , Floor Aerobics/Hi-Lo/Dance , Pilates/Core Strength , Rebounding , Step Aerobics , Yoga
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This dvd is comprised of segments from the Carribean Workouts TV show when David Snively was the lead. The dvd is fully customizable and allows you to choose from 12 twenty minute segments to customize your own 20, 40, or 60 minute workout or you can choose one of the premade options on the dvd. The cover boasts "over 1800 workout combinations"
David is leading the w/o's with the same 2 background girls. They all seem to be having a great time exercising on the beach or poolside in "beatiful Barbados". The scenery is beautiful. They use a variety of equipment: mini trampoline, tubing, dumbbells, stability ball, step, balance disc, etc. but they typically have a modifier that isnt using equpiment. The dvd really provides a ton of options.
There are four cardio segments: "Hi lo aerobics" (floor aerobics). "Sep training interval"- uses the step and includes high intensity bursts. "Cardio rhythm" is a dancier floor aerobic routine, and "mini trampoline" is a high intensity rebounding workout.
There are two bootcamp segments: "stability ball bootcamp" that uses the ball no dumbbells but does include body wieght exercises. And "medicine ball boot camp"-uses the med ball and is more cardio than strength work. I really like the med ball w/o.
There are three mind/boy segments: "pilates mat"-floor & standing pilates work. The background girls do the moves and David walks around w/ nice form pointers. "stability ball yoga" has some challenging ball moves but they do show a modifier. And "Power yoga" is a similar format to pilates mat.
There are 3 strength segments: "Step strength" that uses a body bar and a step bench. "Tubing strength" uses tubing a 2 balance discs in part of it. "Stability Ball Strength" uses dumbbells and a ball.
The w/o's are high energy and quick moving. I would say these are high intermediate w/o's. They are fun and upbeat.
Davids cueing is very good. He seems a little cocky for some reason, but that could just be my impression LOL-but I still like him as a lead. I like that he walks around w/ form pointers in the mind/body segments.