#7Год выпуска: 2009
Продолжительность: Указана отдельно
Each separate workout focuses on the exercises — and feelings — associated with a specific trimester. For example, the first trimester program: you’ll do strengthening routines to comfortably carry your baby while learning to mentally accept the changes in your body (and the nausea). Each workout uses the identical format: an extended warm-up, a mix of varied (mostly standing) exercises and a long, soothing stretch. It’s all by Summer’s personal trainer in a friendly, bantering style (“it’s just us moms”). Note: Summer is eight months pregnant in all three programs.
DVD has: 3 premixes (30 to 37 min. alternate workouts).
Requires a 6-foot resistance band. ©2009.
Формат: AVI 1.0 (VFW 1.1)
Видео кодек: XviD build 50
Аудио кодек: MPEG Layer 3
Видео: XviD, 640 x 480, 4/3, 1 098 Kbps, 29.970 fps, 0.119 b/px
Аудио: AC3, 224 Kbps, CBR, 48.0 KHz, 2 ch.
Upper body: 12 minutes (35%)
Lower body: 6 minutes (18%)
Upper/lower: 9 minutes (26%)
Abs: 7 minutes (21%)
Upper body: 18 minutes (50%)
Lower body: 10 minutes (28%)
Upper/lower: 5 minutes (14%)
Abs: 3 minutes (8%)
Upper body: 7 minutes (24%)
Lower body: 18 minutes (62%)
Upper/lower: 4 minutes (14%)
Summer Sanders’ Prenatal Workout (2009) features Sanders during her 3rd trimester. Although I am not pregnant myself, after watching and doing this workout video with my cousin who is currently in her second trimester, I can say that we were both impressed with the quality of workout itself. Sander guides you through each step and according to my cousin, the moves can be challenging at times but totally safe. I agree with her on that part.
The moves are basic and safe to do and also incorporates light toning techniques. The workout is broken down into 3 separate sets, one for each trimester. There is also a “Full Length Workout” and an “Express” one for days when you don’t have that much time or energy but just want maintenance. Designed and guided by Sander’s sister-in-law, Keri, who is a personal trainer, this workout plan is great for pregnant ladies at any stage of her pregnancy.
The workout is pretty straight forward and simple in nature. All the equipment you’ll need are a resistance cord, a chair and a pillow. Sanders yeps encouragements every now and then throughout the video and leading by example. Watching her move and exercise is really inspiring for pregnant ladies. There isn’t the feeling of being push over the limits with impossible stretches or abrupt movements with this video such as jumping. On the contrary, this workout looks and feels gentle but good enough for toning and keeping in tip top shape.
I feel I would say that this video is excellent for pregnant ladies whether they are in their first or final trimester. Gals with babes out there will definitely feel the genuineness of this work out video. Sanders has a real down to earth and emphatic tone. Her personality draws our into the work out setting. According to my cousin, this video is a big part of her prenatal life right now and she loves the encouragement and motivation that Sanders’ video provides since Sanders herself is going through the same ordeal.
My cousin always leaves a session feeling refreshed and invigorated, with a nice pink glow and a matching mood to boot as well. Not every kind of exercise leaves you that way. Especially during prenatal period it is easy to be overworked and we all know hat fatigue is not a good thing for preggers. However, if you have a baby growing in you but yet want an uplifting way to stay in shape and easily get back to your former pant size, Summer Sanders’ Prenatal Workout is definitely a must-try and a keeper.
o Full name: Summer Elisabeth Sanders
o Born: October 13, 1972
o Birthplace: Roseville, California
o College: Stanford University
o Has won a total of four Olympic medals (two gold, one silver, one bronze)
o Husband: Erik Schlopy
o Children: Skye and Spider
Summer Sanders is a former Olympic swimmer for the United States. She is currently a sportscaster and actress.
After winning three gold medals, at the 1990 Goodwill Games, Summer Sanders attended Stanford University where she won six NCAA titles and four relay championships in two years. Sanders competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics where she won two gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze medal.
After retiring from swimming, Sanders found a career as a sportscaster. She has also hosted television shows such as NBA Inside Stuff, The Sports List on Fox Sports Net and Figure It Out on Nickelodeon.
* 1992 Olympic Medals
o Gold: 200 meter butterfly
o Gold: 400 meter medley relay, shared
o Silver: 200 meter individual medley
o Silver: 400 meter individual medley