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[MULTI] The Firm: Firm Parts - Upper Body & Standing Legs - JiwangW

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Posted on 2011-09-08. By anonymous.


The Firm: Firm Parts - Upper Body & Standing Legs
DVDRip | AVI / XviD 1194 Kbps | 640?480 | 25 fps | MP3 128 kbps | 87 mins | 843 MB
Language: English | Genre: Fitness

The real "jewels" are upper body muscles you can see. This routine will give you a chest, back, shoulders and arms that make a dramatic impression in a sleeveless dress or swimsuit. Host Deprise Brescia leads your through giant circuits compiled from the acclaimed FIRM total-body volumes.
The Upper Body workout is a spliced combination of older firm workouts. From the leg warmers, Greek-inspired statues, and hairstyles you will note the age of this workout - the entire look and feel is 80's inspired. The music, as well, includes saxophone and synthezied pieces that are reminiscent of the decade of big hair.
The Upper Body workout itself runs for 35 minutes. There is a total of 11 minutes of warming up and stretching, 21 minutes of upper body weight work, and 3 minutes of stretching to finish. The exercises included are multiple sets of push-ups, pectoral fly, upright rows, and more. You will need dumbbells (3 - 15 pounds) for this workout. There is no ab work included.

Firm Parts: Standing Legs (Classic Workout Series) - Salina Bartunek
If you want slender, toned legs, resistance training is the only thing that works. Only weights build strong, youthful muscle which gives the leg its beautiful shape. Most legs are weak (under-muscled), with thighs that are bulky (covered with fat). As you age, under-muscled legs are often the first key body part "to go." Sooner is better, but it's never too late to start weight training. You can't turn back the clock, but you can wind it up again with weights. Host Salina Bartunek leads you through giant leg circuits compiled from the acclaimed FIRM total body volumes.
Standing Legs delivers a hard-driving workout for the lower body. This 45-minute session concentrates on the major muscles of the legs and buns through a series of intensive isometric moves. The total workout is divided into 35 minutes of lower-body work and 10 minutes of warm-up and cool-down. Squats, lunges, and pliƩs comprise this intensive training program, and some exercises are performed with the use of weights and tall benches (a step that measures about 14 to 17 inches). Inner and outer thighs are trained, and some attention is given to the upper body (deltoids and biceps are worked during the lunges). This is a rigorous session that includes powerful and sustained movements, and beginners may be intimidated by the difficulty. Participants should keep in mind that weights can be adjusted to accommodate each fitness and strength level. Although the difficulty level is intermediate, the informative and encouraging approach will make most any student feel comfortable with this video. The safety information, application, and instruction are all stellar, but the music is somewhat dull. The final set is rounded off by killer half-time squats that are sure to make the quadriceps burn.


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