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Peak Pilates MVe Complete Workout System DVD’s

MVe Definition Reformer DVD from Peak PilatesPeak Pilates has recently released several new DVD’s in their MVe collection. They are fusing fitness and Pilates in a variety of ways for a “Complete Workout System”. I recently enjoyed two of them and came away with some good ideas for my clients and classes.

The MVe Definition Reformer DVD is a beginner workout on the reformer combining Pilates mat exercises, squats, lunges and handheld weights for upper body strength. The program has a nice pace, shows modifications and keeps you moving on and off the reformer for a good total body workout. Master Trainer, Zoey Trapp does a good job of cueing her two participants and keeps them flowing for 50 minutes on the MVe Fitness Reformer.

Master Trainer, Sonia Rodriguez, adds some Latin spice to her workout in the MVe Latin Dance Fusion Chair DVD. This is an intermediate workout that will get your heart pumping on the MVe Chair and on the floor with Merengue dance steps. Both DVD’s take time for a good warm-up and cool down, which is important for all fitness levels. If you have already experienced the MVe Chair and want to add some flavor to your routine, this 50 minute DVD is for you!

By · Posted on May 15, 2008 · Topic Product Reviews

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2 Responses to “Peak Pilates MVe Complete Workout System DVD’s”

  1. Helen Huber on May 30th, 2008 9:52 pm

    I have been very disappointed by two of the DVDs I purchased to go along with my MVe chair. Although I am not a Pilates professional, I have been doing Pilates for four years and work out every day on my MVe chair and reformer. I was really disappointed with the MVe Latin Dance Fusion Chair DVD. It begins with well over 15 minutes of dance moves and stretches that had absolutely nothing to do with the chair. This isn’t why I bought a DVD to work out with my chair.

    I love the MVe Challenge DVD, which is clear, uses the chair for all but the beginning stretches and 100 (which isn’t 100).

    Dance moves and stretches should be brief in a DVD associated with a piece of equipment. The exercises should primarily focus on using the equipment.

  2. Kelley Ranaudo Kelley Ranaudo on June 2nd, 2008 8:39 pm

    We appreciate your opinion and thank you for the recommendation of the MVe Challenge DVD. Several of Peak’s MVe Fitness DVD’s are geared to combining fitness along with their equipment, this includes fitness moves off and on the equipment. I have found with Peak Pilates, they are excellent in customer service and receiving feedback. I wouldn’t hesitate to contact them before purchasing any other DVD’s in the series and I know they would help guide you. They would even appreciate knowing what you are looking for in the future.

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