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Crunch: Cardio Sculpt
|I love this|
|I love this I did it everyday. - posted by keshia on 8/8/2012|
|No Thanks. Two thumbs down!|
|Okay, I generally enjoy the Crunch DVD's -cheese factor and all. I have to say that this workout is the least enjoyable. I find the cuing not very good and think some of the moves are unsafe and much to quick. The ab sequence is tough. That's the only good part of this workout. Save your money and go invest it into another Crunch DVD -Bootcamp or Pilates:) - posted by Kiesha on 4/28/2011|
|I really like this work out. It is fairly easy to follow, and you really feel it in your muscles. The only difficulty I have is the moves that she does on one leg. I just don't seem to have the balance for that, but I will continue to try to master it. It moves along quickly, and fits nicely into my schedule. I would recommend this video to anyone who like myself like to keep my workouts limited to 30mins. - posted by Melissa on 2/17/2011|
|I think this workout was ahead of its time. It's amusing to read the older reviews for this one(like from 2002) where reviewers are complaining about how crazy it is to have balance moves in a weight-training video. And now, in 2010, balance training is recognized as being so important! I find this workout very enjoyable. Violet is wonderful. I agree the cardio is not intense, but it's nice for the days when you want to focus more on weights, but still get a little cardio in. Also, the aesthetics (set, colors, camera work) are pleasing. - posted by Barbara U. on 9/13/2010|
|Great Little Monday Morning Workout|
|This is a very good video to start your morning work out(especially Monday mornings). It's just the right speed, gets the blood pumping, gets you moving and targets those problem areas after a relaxed weekend. However you will need an afternoon workout if your goal is weight loss. - posted by Colleen on 10/10/2009|
|Not very good.|
|I have not been working out regularly for a long time, so I decided to get back on track. I decided to try this video, since it is easier than some of the K. Voight vids I have.
I have to say, I have done this video a few times and I really can't get into it. The instructor requires a lot of single-leg standing moves, etc. that require a lot of balance. I felt like it was dangerous for me to be doing balance moves while holding heavy-ish weights. I just found it hard to keep my balance and focus. The cueing came right on top of the moves, so it was hard to follow.
Some of the moves were good, but she never did enough reps of any exercise, so none of my muscles ever burned or got fatigued. Maybe it's just me, but I haven't worked out in a while and still the weight-work was too easy.
Ugh. When it comes to my weights, I just want the moves to be basic and straightforward so I can really focus on form. This was not the video for me. - posted by Elizabeth on 10/8/2009|
|More Beginner/Intermediate but great for that!|
|I used this video along with it's counterpart for muscles. They are excellent for getting you started and ready for more difficult workouts. I used these with no weights then worked up and never got sore. This is not solid intermediate though but wonderful for starting out! I always skip the move the others talk about that is so difficult. Not alot of abs but what can you expect for a very short workout. 4 stars for what I use it for. I would rate it with less stars for intensity if you are looking for more. Try Patrick dumb training for a good intermediate. - posted by janet on 7/15/2009|
|Love, love, love it!|
|I love this dvd! It works my whole body, and I look forward to doing it on days when I otherwise wouldn't make time to exercise. Violet's cuing and motivational skills are top notch! It's just what I wanted in an intermediate cardio/tone dvd. - posted by Vanessa on 5/13/2009|
|I was really disappointed in the cuing for this workout. The instructor would often cue the easiest part of a complex combo move, then quickly mention the add-ons as they were beginning. I think I would have enjoyed the combinations of upper body, lower body, and balance moves if I'd had enough guidance to figure them out. But I found myself struggling and barely made it through the workout. Maybe things will go better on a second try. - posted by Claudine on 3/5/2009|
|hard to follow|
|This might be a solid workout, but it is difficult to follow. The instructor's cuing seems to be a bit lacking, in that she tends to introduce a new move just as she begins to do it. - posted by Emilyjane on 1/28/2009|
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