Wednesday, February 1, 2017

New Shoot: Back to Basics with Charlotte Ord Workout Review

Introducing New Shoot  - if you havent heard of them, keep reading! They produce awesome fitness DVDs. Their focus is to film authentic yoga, fitness & lifestyle content for worldwide distribution.  The aim of New Shoot Pictures is to continually create the very best health, fitness and lifestyle content featuring extremely talented artists and filmed with state of the art technology.  New Shoot produces, films, edits and distributes our own original productions as well as finished programmes of other labels that are a good fit for the catalogue. Keep reading below for a detailed review of a wonderful New Shoot DVD and stay tuned on the blog for reviews of many of their awesome workouts. Their DVDs are available in US or UK versions

Back to Basics
Charlotte Ord, 2015

This DVD features six 10-18 min workouts and a 9 min warm up. You can mix & match to create a customized routine from the main menu. Charlotte works out alone, with voiceover, in a living room style set. You will only need dumbbells for these workouts. For each routine you will perform 2 exercises, 15 reps each followed by a 30 second break and then repeat the exercises. Each routine targets 2 body parts & you will alternate working each muscle group.

Arms & Core: (15 min) Exercises include bi curl, weighted side bends, bicep 21s, tri kickbacks, tricep bench press, & bicycle.

Chest & Core: (11 min) Exercises include bench press, side plank knee crunches, pec fly, Mt climbers, incline pushups using a chair or bench, and reverse crunches.

Legs & Shoulders: (18 min) Exercises include deadlifts, lat raise, dips, overhead press, calf raises, and front raises.

Butt and Back: (19 min) Exercises include: bridge, one arm row, table top fire hydrant, renegade row, table top leg raise, and prone low back work.

Cardio: (11 min) In this routine you will perform three 30 second exercises followed by a 1 min rest and repeated. Exercises include jumping jacks, shadow boxing, scissor jacks, side lunges, overhead press with a small hop, and running in place.

Legs and Back: (14 min) Exercises include squats, bent row, static lunge drops, ribcage pullover, unweighted squat hops, and upper back fly.

These are intermediate routines using moderate poundage as Charlotte does but you can easily heavy up and really feel the burn. Charlotte focuses on slower controlled movements, which allowed me to use heavier weights and I was left sore the next day! While this may feature some tried & true exercises, it also throws in some nice variations and definitely gets the job done. I will be using this DVD a lot. I like Charlotte as a lead and enjoyed being able to heavy up. I received this DVD to review.

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