Cathe Friedrich's Pure Strength Series

Cathe Dot Com

$ 19.99 

Level: Inter/Advan

Beginner: Just starting out, very overweight or haven't exercised in over six months.

Intermediate: Active in sports, dance or any regular exercise (2 to 3 times per week).

Advanced: Very active in sports or consistently work out four or more times per week.

Toning Emphasis: Total Body

Upper body: Arms, chest and back.

Lower Body: Legs, thighs, hips and buttocks.

Abs: Abdominals (stomach), core and sometimes lower back.

Total body: Tones all three of the above muscle groups.


Instructor: Cathe Friedrich (Instructor Profile)
SKU: CDC340
Runtime: 151 min.
Region: 1
Street Date: 2006

Certified instructor description:
3 workouts on 1 DVD:
This DVD contains three muscle conditioning workouts, Pure Strength Strong Legs & Abs, Pure Strength Chest, Shoulders & Triceps and Pure Strength Back Biceps & Abs.
As with all of our DVDs, you can easily program your DVD player to choose only the sections of each workout that you want to do. You can even mix one section from one workout with another. All three workout are shown in the player above.
 
1. Strong Legs & Abs: This thorough and complete leg & ab workout leaves no lower body muscle untouched. The workout begins with a warm-up and follows with a tough standing leg workout. It then continues with classic floor work that is enhanced through the use of resistance. The workout concludes with a challenging abdominal routine and stretch
Some of the new and featured moves are: alternating Plie squats, sit and stand squats, step ups and creative calf and hamstring exercises.
The soundtrack is a new and refreshing instrumental remix of classic 70's & 80's rock music. You'll here favorites such as "Legs", "Addicted To Love", "Show Me the Way", and "Rock n Roll".

2. Chest ,Shoulders & Triceps: Chest/Shoulders & Triceps begins with a brief warm-up followed by unique & classic chest, shoulder and triceps exercises.
The chest routine focuses on inclines, declines and negatives to to enhance and recruit new muscle fibers. The shoulder routine puts a twist on some classic moves (ie; Arnold Press instead of standard overhead presses.) and also incorporates some compound exercises ( seated clean & press) to enhance special shaping techniques.
The triceps routine brings back some favorites (dips with barbell) plus introduces some new exercises (cross body kickback) to activate all three heads of the triceps muscle.
The music features great 70's rock classic remixes plus upbeat instrumentals.

3. Backs, Biceps & Abs: This workout begins with a warm-up followed by a thorough back, biceps and abdominal routine and ends with a relaxing stretch.
The emphasis of this video series is on strength and is similar in style to Maximum Intensity Strength. The back routine consists of exercises including: T-Bar Row, Bent Over Row, One Arm Row, and shrugs. These exercises target all areas of the back and assist in the development and maintenance of good posture.
The bicep routine includes the following exercises: Barbell Curls, Seated Dumbbell curls, negative curls and concentration curls. Various hand grips will not only target the biceps but also the forearm muscles as well.
The abdominal and spinal erector workout will provide a strong support system for your everyday functions. This will not only enhance your posture but will help prevent unnecessary back pain.
Music on this tape features 70 classic rock instrumental remixes such as "Brown Sugar", "Superstitious" and "That's the Way".
Required Equipment: Step Bench, Hand Weights, and Barbell
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