Core Fusion: Boot Camp– DVD review

Title: Exhale: Core Fusion Boot Camp
Running time: 60 minutes
Release date: December 28, 2010
Studio: Acadia Lifestyle

Wife and husband trainer team Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito have developed DVD exercises based on the duo’s popular Core Fusion and Core Fusion Sport classes that attract Heidi Klum, Cameron Diaz and Kate Hudson, among others.

Boot camp classes have become very popular at gyms. People do circuits of different exercises. Core Fusion Boot Camp doesn’t quite work for the DVD format utilized by Core Fusion. The heart gets pumping and the muscles and core are certainly working but I like the format of other DVDs in the overall Core Fusion collection. Core Fusion Boot Camp consists of five ten minute segments: Cardio Flex; Cardio Sun Salutations; Jump Backs part 1; Jump Backs part 2; Abdominal Curl. Bonus segments include: stretch with ball and thigh core with ball.

You also need an exercise ball and weights. I’m not a fan of using a ton of extra equipment. If you want to own a Core Fusion DVD, this is not the best choice from the vast collection. If you want to add to a variety of exercise DVDs you already have, this might mix things up for you.

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