Disc One Developed by Carmen Electra with top choreographers and fitness professionals, Volume I in the Aerobic Striptease series introduces you to the striptease basics. Carmen takes the ... See full summary »
Disc One Developed by Carmen Electra with top choreographers and fitness professionals, Volume I in the Aerobic Striptease series introduces you to the striptease basics. Carmen takes the most popular techniques from fitness and dance, and puts them into a low-impact workout that conditions and strengthens the body with moves specifically chosen to tone hips, thighs, buns and abs. Aerobic Striptease helps you look good, feel great and spice up your personal life in the comfort of your own home! Contains loads of amazing features, including: Three exciting dance routines! A complete dancer's warm-up! Breakthrough DVD technology! Multiple music tracks to chose from! A revolutionary Heads-Up Display! And much, much more! Written by
An excellent workout and oh, yeah, you get a routine!
How would you like to learn how to strip? This series will teach you basics to total routine. If you want a tough aerobic workout, go with Tae-Bo, but if you want to learn a routine that will turn heads, and incidentally develop a body that will hold that stare, this will do.
This series consists of 5 DVDs, each about an hour in runtime. The first in the series (and the subject of this review) introduces you to basic dance moves and will help you build a couple dance routines. Carmen will break the moves into smaller parts, a help with those unfamiliar with dance, so that it's possible to use this at a learner's level. Additionally, there is little to no actual stripping; you have to read between the lines. It's accessible to men and women both, and I believe it would be used mostly by women and watched mostly by men.
Do you need to learn stripping to help your partner? These days, I guess you gotta have a gimmick! (nod in Gypsy Rose Lee's direction) If you are in good shape... you won't get much of an aerobic workout, because there isn't much jumping. It's mostly on the floor, with some good basic stripping movements and a little hip-hop too. Pretty good music, though, and variety too.
I don't have any complaints about the value, it's good quality and worth what they charge for it (all 5 for under $40). The video picture is top-notch, there are a good assortment of extras, lots of routines, favorite moves, etc. You won't get tired of it soon. Unless you're just watching it.
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