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What Did We Learn This Month? Oxygen Magazine September Issue with Erin Stern!! 0

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen

September 2014

Erin Stern photographed by  Robert Reiff

Erin Stern photographed by Robert Reiff

What Did We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

Erin Stern/Glute workout:

Cover star Erin Stern has not competed in figure competitions in several years and is instead focusing on her own E3 brand (Empowering, Educating and Enriching) with ebooks, speaking gigs, fitness camps, and seminars.  In this issue she shows off her best glute moves.

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“Perfect Practice”

Oxygen gives a full page of “om-worthy” items to take to your next yoga session. (The Gaiam Thirsty Yoga Towel looks pretty nifty as a matter of fact!)

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“Fat Loss Food of the Month:Apples”

A few weeks ago I read a very smug tweet where the trainer bragged about never eating apples and would rather have their clients “eat sugar cubes” instead. (Jerk!) I happen to love apples and this guide to the most common types on the market made me happy.

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“Five Moves in Five Minutes”

If you have exactly five minutes for a core workout—check these out from fitness editor Lara McGlashan (CPT.)

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“Crazy Fit Crazy Fast”

TRX Suspension training is a fantastic way to develop muscles and increase your movement. Just make sure to work with a qualified trainer, however to avoid injury!

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Hybrid Yoga” Oxygen explores all different types of yoga classes now on the market inlcuing SUP yoga, Core Fusion, “Koga” and YogaHit to name a few.
  • “21 Rules for Clean Eating” My clean-eating hero Tosca Reno gives her best advice.
  • “1 Chicken Breast/6 Ways” The boring protein can now be just a little more exciting if you try these recipes.

Overall Grade:

B+ Good workouts but once again—I was hoping for more content and “news I can use.” Maybe next month?

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

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What Did We Learn This Month? Oxygen magazine with Lori Harder on the cover! 0

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen

August 2014

Lori Harder photographed by Cory Sorensen

Lori Harder photographed by Cory Sorensen

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

“Your Way to Harder Shoulders”

Cover star Lori Harder talks about her online Bliss 6-Week training program in the August issue of Oxygen and the fact that she lives every single day with a clear intention of what she plans to do that day.

Lori, by the way, has awesome shoulders and shows some of her favorite moves to keep them looking amazing.

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“Pumped-Up Planks”

I always say that planks are one of best exercises for your core but also one of the most boring. Take a gander here at a couple of suggestions to kick your next set up a notch.

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“6-Weeks to a Superb Chest”

Oxygen asked author Myatt Murphy, CSCS, to create a chest workout to maintain balance and strength.

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Kettlebell Workout

Kettlebells (when used properly) are excellent for helping build muscles and burn calories in a short period of time. Master trainer Alex Isaly created the circuit featured inside the magazine.

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“Bosu Sundial”

Going back to the whole “let’s fancy up those planks” thinking—check out this Bosu sundial!

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Time Your Carbs Right” The best time to eat all sorts of carbs including fast-digesting, low-digesting and fibrous.
  • “Age is No Brainer” Incorporating  the best habits for your age range to keep you strong and healthy.
  • “Stagger to Perfection” I don’t see the word “perfection” that often in subject headlines but this staggered-set home workout is pretty great.
  • ‘Be Sun Savvy” The best gear to take along for an outdoor walk in the summer. (Go for it!)

Overall Grade:

B+ Good workouts but the issue was a little thin/lacking for me. Maybe next month they will come back to kick butt?

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

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What Did We Learn This Month? Oxygen Magazine with Sarah Grace on the Cover! 1

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen

June 2014

Sarah Grace photographed by Robert Reiff

Sarah Grace photographed by Robert Reiff

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

Sarah Grace

The cover model for the June issue is Sarah Grace who used to be a boxer and fitness competitor and is now a personal trainer. Boxing taught Sarah not to be afraid of confronting a challenge and who now counts CrossFit as her new obsession.

In this issue she knows offers some of her favorite moves for strength and agility.

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“5 Foods That Boost Your Brain Power”

Does you noggin need some brain food? Be sure to add these to your grocery cart STAT.

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“Post Workout Fast Fixes”

Oxygen put together this list of “go-to” items in your gym bag to make you feel fresh as a daisy after working out. (I need all the help I can get in the summer time—amIright gang?)

 

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“Back on Track”

Not to brag or nothin’ but I have worked out with former IFBB Fitness competitor Abbie Appel so imagine how happy I was to see her mentioned as the creator of the back workout in this issue. Yay Abbie! (Below are a series of stretches you should be doing from now on.)

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Fiber on Cylinders” One part of my diet I am trying to figure out better is the amount of fiber I actually need to consume each day so this feature which lists the fiber content from figs to apples to black beans is most helpful.
  • “Hip Check” Tips for building stronger hips (my personal bugaboo) from Molly Galbraith of Girls Gone Strong.com.
  • Be a Power Couple: Heather Farmer (national-level Olympic lifter) designed this program for couples to mimic CrossFit WODs on their own and get into mighty fierce shape.

Overall Grade:

A- Top notch workouts and sound nutritional advice always make me happy!

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

Until next time…

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What Did We Learn This Month? Oxygen Magazine with Kathleen Tesori on the Cover 0

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen

May 2014

Kathleen Tesori photographed by Robert Reiff

Kathleen Tesori photographed by Robert Reiff

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

“A Petite Powerhouse”

Our cover star is Kathleen Tesori who is not only sponsored by Bodybuilding.com but is also Manger of Supply Chain management with the U. S. Airforce—wow! The 5’ 2” Tesori resides in Salt Lake City and considers working for her country to be a privilege.

Even though she has busy days with the Department of Defense she always makes the point to work out even if for only 20 minutes. The former junk food junkie used to live on corndogs and Mountain Dew (ah—college!) She now eats a very clean diet and totes around her meals in a cooler to and from work.

Kathleen is featured in the “20-Minute Fat-Burning Workout” inside the issue as well.

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“Your Ultimate Upper Body”

By doing two opposing exercises at the same time you can see powerful effects (such as combining lunges with bicep curls.) Check out some of these moves from trainer Cindy Whitmarsh that will help increase your metabolic burn.

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“Portable Pilates”

Oxygen has expert Pilates trainer Juliet Kaska of JK Zen Fitness show how we can all do this workout from home. (Note to self—get this equipment, stat!)

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“Fine-Tune Your Butt”

With a headline like that—guess what muscles you will be working with this feature? These exercises were developed by Simone De La Rue whom I completely adore. (Hi Simone!)

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“Pink Power!”

I am not much of a runner (if you ever see me running—ask what the hell is wrong!) Nor am I much of a “pink” girl but this page of pink running gear gives me the happies. (Maybe because Spring has sprung!)

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Strong Body, Strong Mind” Exercising your body can also help your mind from “warding off dementia to relieving anxiety and depression.”
  • “Eat Smarter to Feel Great” If you have problems with inflammation (over here!) changing your diet can help “minimize it’s effects.”

Overall Grade:

A- Lots of good workouts here but some of the other features were less than interesting to me.

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

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What Did We Learn This Month? @OxygenMagazine with Nicole Wilkins 2

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen

March 2014

Nicole Wilkins photographed by Robert Reiff

Nicole Wilkins photographed by Robert Reiff

 

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

 

“Bringing Her Abdominal Game”

Cover model Nicole Wilkins (2013 Olympia Champion) talks about her workout program (unfortunately, due to injuries she had to drop out of this year’s Arnold Sports Festival,)  pre-show superstitions and her secret love of cheesy romance novels.

Nicole also shows us some of her favorite ab moves including the V-Up (see below.)

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“Power-Up Sprints”

If you are looking for an indoor treadmill workout that features uphill sprints (Not me, I get tired just thinking about that!) this plan will help you build muscles and torch calories.

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“The Only 7 Moves You Need for Fab Abs”

Oxygen asked top trainers and coaches for their best tips for getting your core in ab-fab shape.

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“4 Weeks to Lean Thighs and a Tight Butt”

Thankfully we have a badass model (Tamara Haddad) who has real muscles to show these moves created by Rachel Cosgrove.

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Arnold Essential Kit” You want to compete at “the Arnold?” You better look at page 67 and then work it!
  • “Fuel Up, Feel Great” the latest new food products on the market going after the healthy eater.

Overall Grade:

B Lots of good workouts here but some of the other features were less than interesting to me.

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

Until next time…

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What Did We Learn This Month? @OxygenMagazine with Snowboarder Elena Hight 2

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen

February 2014

Pro Snowboarder Elena Hight photographed by Robert Reiff

Pro Snowboarder Elena Hight photographed by Robert Reiff

 

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

 

 “Reaching New Hights”

On the cover of Oxygen we have Elena Hight who is a badass snowboarder and therefore needs a butt-kicking workout to get into her amazing shape. In the magazine you can get her workout from her coach Brad Jones, CSCS, which emphasizes “power, strength and stamina.”

Elena started competing professionally at age 14 and entered her first Olympics in Torino in 2006.

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“Build a Gold Medal Body”

Some of the best female athletes who have competed in the Olympics offer their favorite exercises to get an overall top level workout. (This seesaw barbell press looks intense!)

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“Look Out Below”

You ankles and calves can help you stay steady and keep your core in shape but you have to learn how to work them properly. You can increase the strength and power of your jumps (and help undo the damage of high heels) with these moves.

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“Red, White and Blue for You, You and You”

Okay, the Ralph Lauren sweater looks far less tacky and busy in this magazine than it did in the press photos.

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Your Inner Olympian” Tosca Reno (my personal hero) offers her advice for staying motivated in the winter months and gain an Olympic champion’s attitude.
  • “Jump Yourself Slim” For some stranger reason I have no patience for jump rope workouts but the one featured in this issue looks like it is a calorie scorcher.
  • “Skeleton Sprints” Looking to increase your speed? This workout from U.S. Olympic skeleton racer Noelle Pikus-Pace should do the trick.

Overall Grade:

A-    This issue has plenty of workouts to keep every kind of athlete happy and challenged.

B-   

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

Until next time…

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What Did We Learn This Month? @OxygenMagazine with Erin Stern on the Cover @ErinFAST #sweatpink 2

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen: December 2013

Erin Stern photographed by Robert Reiff

Erin Stern photographed by Robert Reiff

 

Hey there! Hi there! Ho there! Oxygen magazine is back and still with us (yay!) so let us dive into the December issue, shall we?

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

 

“Setting the Bar High”

In 2008 Erin Stern (Oxygen’s cover star) missed the Olympic high jump by a few centimeters but the plucky athlete quickly took off in the world of figure competitions finishing second at Olympia this year. Oxygen talked to Erin about her tough training program (some of which you can see below) plus her need to clear the six foot high jump.

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 “Winter Wants”

The editors of Oxygen offer their top picks for holiday gifts.

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“Fab in Fifteen”

Quickie workouts that will fit into anyone’s busy schedule.

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“Unusual Suspects”

If you are looking for yummy ways to add more protein to your daily meals—try one some of these clean eats (and let me know what you think of them!)

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Cheers!” Tosca Reno (my personal hero) talks about staying fit and healthy during the holiday season.
  • “Four Minutes to Fat Loss” Using the principles of Tabata to get in a tough workout in just four minutes time.
  • “Train Stronger, Last Longer” How to properly use creatine to “fuel your workouts.”
  • “Four Rules for Flat Abs” Advice on how to tighten your abs.

Overall Grade:

A- Love you Oxygen and glad you are still around with us!

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

Until next time…

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What Did We Learn This Month? Oxygen Magazine is Back! @OxygenMagazine 9

What Did We Learn This Month?

 Oxygen: November 2013

Felicia Romero photographed by Stewart Volland

Felicia Romero photographed by Stewart Volland

It’s back!!! One of my favorite magazines in the world is on newsstands again and I could not be happier so let’s get back to recapping!

 

What Do We Learn This Month in Oxygen?

“Fresh Start”

The November cover star is Felicia Romero (above) who plans to return to figure competing while also continuing her work with the “Fun Fit” workout group for kids in her native Arizona.

 

 “Go the Distance”

So have you been watching your runner friends compete in marathons and think to youself “hmmm—maybe I should give it a go?” Well Oxygen has a 12-Week Half Marathon training plan to help you get inspired for the 2014 season.

 

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“Bring Up the Burn”

Lori Harder’s butt-kicking workout is getting me inspired this month!

 

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“One Workout Two Ways”

Badass trainer Rita Catolino shows how to use more muscle groups during strenuous workouts to make them even more effective in less time.

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“Stair Sprints”

Try out this drill at your local track, park or stadium to get your cardio and body conditioning in while we can all still enjoy the great outdoors. (Winter is just around the corner, people!)

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And now the rest of this issue of Oxygen:

  • “Cause for Celebration” My personal hero, Tosca Reno writes a “welcome back” essay and promises Oxygen will work hard to continue helping fit women of all ages “stay young, purposeful, inspired and driven.” Yay!
  • “Macro Management” If you are looking to calculate your protein, carb and fats and need help with the “right combo of nutrients” then be sure to check out this article.
  • “The Easiest Gluten-Free Meals Ever” Yes, please!
  • “The Silver Linings Playbook” Olympic rower and silver medalist Rachelle Viinberg talks about overcoming injuries plus she explains the difference between training for a sporting event and training for a photo shoot.

Overall Grade:

A So damn happy to have you back Oxygen! You have been missed!

You can follow Oxygen magazine at www.Oxygenmag.com

Until next time…

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Brooklyn Fit Chick Vlog Ep 58: Featuring @BitchCakes @SparkPeople @TheCoachNicole 7

Brooklyn Fit Chick Vlog Episode 58

Featuring: Things That Are Making Me Happy This Week

(Including Bitch Cakes, Fit Bottomed Girls, Howard & Beth Stern and Oxygen magazine)

Planning a NYC Potluck Brunch (November 2nd!)

and My Review of Spark Activity Tracker

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Hey there! Hi there! Ho there!

This past week has been crazy busy for me filled with meetings, teaching classes, going to press events and checking in with old friends visiting NYC. These are the very things that make me happy and I am feeling extra blessed lately. (Thank you all for being a part of my life!)

So today I want to give “shout outs” that are making me happy this week including the planning of my first “NYC Healthy Blogger Brunch” and my review of the Spark Activity Tracker  from  the folks at Spark People. So let’s get to it, shall we?

What Makes a Brooklyn Fit Chick Happy?

  • I was honored to get a signed copy of Sheryl Yvette’s appearance in Weight Watchers magazine. Doesn’t she look fantastic? I first saw Sheryl several years ago during a bike ride where she wore a glamorous outfit (which included high heels) and a pink bike. At the time I was too shy to approach her and tell her about my fandom. It’s such a thrill for me to now say we are social media friends and I can’t wait to find out her next set of adventures. (Go Sheryl!)
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  • Getting to meet up with Jenn of Fit Bottomed Girls while she was in New York. Jenn is based in Kansas City and I just admire her commitment to health and fitness and creating a site that makes everyone feel welcome and supported. (Go Jenn!)
  • The North Shore Animal League 2014 Calendar from Howard & Beth Stern which arrived at my place this past week autographed by both of them. Howard took photos of his wife Beth (who is a strong animal right advocate) with various shelter animals with the proceeds going to the North Shore Animal league which is a no-kill shelter based in Long Island, NY. Only $24.95 and tons of cuteness on every page. Great for stocking stuffers!
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  • Oh look—its Oxygen magazine’s November issue!!!!!!!! The much-missed Oxygen is back ladies and I could not be happier. (Review of the new issue to come this week!)

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NYC Healthy Bloggers Potluck Brunch!

Also, this past week I decided to open my domicile to a Healthy Bloggers Brunch. Soooo—if you are based in NYC and would be free on Saturday, November 2nd at about 1 pm in Brooklyn—be sure to let me know! I am working on getting a couple of sponsors for the goodie bags and will need an accurate head count. Just leave a comment below and I will e-mail the details. Bring a dish and enjoy time with some fellow fit-minded peeps!

My happy home. It will be cleaned up by Saturday!

My happy home. It will be cleaned up by Saturday!

 

Spark Activity Tracker:

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(Quick disclaimer: I was supplied the product free of charge from Spark People and not compensated for this review. The opinions are my own and based on my experience with the item.)

Finally—I received the Spark Activity Tracker a few weeks ago from Coach Nicole Nichols herself (not that I am bragging or anything…) and am in LOVE with it! I have tried different kinds of tracking systems in the past but found them to be too big and clunky to use on an everyday basis.

The Spark Activity Tracker is a combination effort of Spark People (which is the largest online weight-loss and fitness community) with FitLinxx to create this tiny, portable battery operated device that you can attach to your sneaker, bra strap or waist band to track steps, calories burned, distanced achieved and total activity time. Some of its best features include:

  • Waterproof to 100 feet (safe for swimming)
  • No charging required—you simply replace the battery in about six months’ time
  • It automatically figures out the difference between a casual stroll and a hard workout.
  • It syncs automatically via a UB dongle
  • It’s only $59.95 and is available on Spark People’s site as well as on Amazon.com.

What else can I say? This a product of great value if you are interested in tracking your fitness results and would be a perfect gift for anyone in your life who loves workout-related gadgets.

 

Want more? Check out my Vlog post today!

 

That’s all I have for today. I will be here all week with magazine reviews, workout playlists and giveaways. Y’all come back now, ya hear?

Until next time…

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Brooklyn Fit Chick Vlog Ep 52: The Affordable Care Act, @OxygenMagzine and @EllenBarrettFIT DVD Giveaway! 17

Brooklyn Fit Chick Vlog Episode 52

Featuring: My Journey with the Affordable Care Act, Oxygen Magazines Returns and Ellen Barrett Triple DVD Giveaway!

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Hey there! Hi there! Ho there!

How are you? Good I hope!

In this week’s Vlog post I talk about my soon-to-happen journey through the Affordable Care Act, the relaunch of Oxygen magazine (yay!) and my super, duper giveaway this week—a triple pack of workout DVDs from the amazing. Ellen Barrett. Are you ready to rock?

Notes for this week’s episode:

Now onto this week’s Vlog post:

 

Here is more information the DVDs you can win:

New Haven, CT –Think of Ellen Barrett’s workouts like those little breath mints. They look so small and yet they still set your insides on fire. With Ellen’s three new DVD workouts, in just 30 to 45 minutes, you will feel the heat throughout your entire body. Like that blast of minty-fresh air, you’ll be refreshed and ready for whatever awaits afterwards. The new “Ellen Barrett Live” series is comprised of “Fusion Floor Workout”, “Sleek Sculpt Express” and “Super Fast Body Blast.” They are $15.00 each and available at www.ellenbarrett.com. These ultra-efficient, intelligent workouts reflect Ellen’s signature blending of the peacefulness of yoga with the intelligence of Pilates and the pure fun of dance. Reflecting her motto, “Exercise should feel good”, they will help women enjoy exercise as much as the benefits that come as a result.  They are all done in bare feet and modifications for all fitness levels are demonstrated throughout the workouts by Ellen and her friends.

“Ellen Barrett Live: Fusion Floor Workout” is done on a mat without any standing exercises at all. It uses no props and no shoes. It’s a complete total-body sculpting workout for people with, or without, injuries. Soothing yet effective, the moves flow gracefully blending strength and stretch at every turn. 45 minutes.

“Ellen Barrett Live: Sleek Sculpt Express” uses light hand weights. Every exercise is choreographed to seamlessly move into the next so muscles are always engaged.  A modern, gentle yet challenging total body workout, and it appropriate for all fitness levels. 30 minutes.

“Ellen Barrett Live: Super Fast Body Blast” employs big ranges of motion to crank the cardio and condition the body whole body while going easy on the joints. It’s designed to create glorious balance from head to toe. 30 equipment-free minutes.

All of the DVDs are available for purchase for $15 each at www.ellenbarrett.com

 

Here is a You Tube link for her Fusion Floor Workout to give you an idea of her style:

 

Got that? Now, in order to win the full set of Ellen Barret’s DVDs (Continental U.S. only!) you must do the following:

  1. Post a comment below stating which DVD you would like to win.
  2. Tweet out your interest to me (@brooklynfitchik) and Ellen Barrett (@EllenBarrettFIT)

I will the winner next Monday, September 23rd at NOON eastern time and contact them directly. Good luck!

Until next time…

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