Renowned fitness instructor Tamilee Webb has used groundbreaking scientific research to find the best possible workouts for each part of the body and every level of student. By going into the lab to study each muscle group and test every exercise, Tamilee has been able to develop fitness routines that will provide the maximum benefit for your body, inside and out.
This high-energy workout includes three sections:
I Want Those Abs
No one knows how to get rock hard abs better than Tamilee Webb. With I Want Those Abs, she has taken every abdominal exercise into the lab and tested each one to design the most efficient ab workout ever. Just two to three times a week and you'll be showing off your flat, firm abs to the world. What are you waiting for?
I Want Those Arms
Do you find yourself wishing that you could wear strappy or sleeveless tops, but are embarrassed by your arms? I Want Those Arms will help you tone and firm your arms and shoulder muscles for a sleek, sexy look you'll be proud to show off. Tamilee has researched every exercise to create the most effective arm and shoulder workout ever. Get the arms you want today!
I Want Those Buns
Looking for a workout that gives you the look you want in your jeans? I Want Those Buns was designed in an exercise science lab to find the best possible exercise for firming, toning, and shaping your buttocks. Focus on strengthening and firming your buttocks, toning and shaping, or do both routines for a complete workout. Get the buns you want today!
For those who want their left brain to get a workout along with their bodies, Tamilee Webb's Science of Fitness
series, including I Want That Body!
, is are just what the personal trainer and professor ordered. Webb, an appealing and inspiring fitness instructor, includes scientific demonstrations conducted in a lab, showing how her exercises target each muscle group. This disc contains workouts for abs, arms, and buns, and each of those areas is divided into two 15-minute segments. If you're just starting out, do just one segment each; if you really want to up your results, go for both. Webb is encouraging without being off-puttingly perky, and she has the presence of mind, while doing very challenging moves, to calmly remind us of the science behind working each particular muscle. A small complaint: For the arms routine, all she says is to use some free weights; we don't know what size she's using, and there aren't different sizes for the different types of exercises, which can be a good modifier. But if you build in the option of lighter or heavier weights yourself, you should be able to proceed nicely. Extras include a quiz about common exercise forms, nutritional tips and different-angle shots of the routines. If you Want That Body
, you better be prepared to work it, but Webb is an accessible leader and trainer and manages to inspire without being a cheerleader. --A.T. Hurley