Ever wondered why you would want to rip or shred your body. How did the idea of violent verbs come into describing physical fitness, peak health and exercise?
I was contacted to review Jill Miller’s DVD Coregeous, I received no compensation and the opinions are my own.
Jill definitely knows the core, and as someone who loves to learn I found the DVD very informative regarding the muscles; however, the average purchaser probably does not need as much dialogue about the individual muscles. The video is very verbose, there are only a few instances during breath work when Jill even uses a voiceover, otherwise she is always talking. It is a far cry from the average abdominal DVD – I think in a good way but I’m not so certain that people looking for a sweaty, wear you out workout would respond the same.
I liked the exercises and the large amount of detailed directions. This DVD is perfect for older individuals especially since there are not many “Sit-ups” or “Neck pulling” exercises until you get to Coreganization.
The use of trademarked words such as Corseo and Coregeous does get a little tiring but as a professional I understand the need to brand, brand, brand!
I also love that Jill has a regular looking belly, I’m pretty sure by the way it looks she has had children – she looks like a woman with a healthy core and spine – not some airbrushed idea of what fit looks like.
I highly recommend this DVD for people looking to strength their core, but I do caution, this DVD is not exciting. It is 105 minutes of slow moving, talking through precise movements – just like physical therapy.
I received no compensation for this review, the opinions expressed are my own.