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A New Dimension - DVD


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Product Details

  • Actors: Cindy Crawford
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Gaiam International M
  • Release Date: Jan. 6 2004
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000X61V4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,235 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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When model Cindy Crawford wanted to trim down and firm up after the birth of her baby, she chose trainer Kathy Kaehler, who had gotten herself back in shape after gaining 80 pounds with her twins. This program includes two short, easy workouts and one long one. Workout A (12 minutes) is a light-intensity routine, mostly stretching with some strength moves such as lunges and abdominal curls, nothing strenuous, with bland background music.

Workout B (16 minutes) includes cardio moves that are very simple and low-impact, such as knee lifts and marching, no choreography. You can use light hand weights if you want to add intensity, although your shoulders might fatigue before your large muscles. Workout B also includes strength moves such as squats, lunges (while picking up playing cards for a balance challenge), crunches, and pushups. Workout C is a full-body workout consisting mostly of muscle endurance with some segments of cardio. The cardio is more complex and intense than in Workout B, but not dancy--combinations of marches, squats, and kicks, for example, with or without hand weights.

The production is full of visual stimulation: constantly changing views--color or black-and-white, clear or grainy, insets, beach scene or workout room--and changing camera angles. The workout doesn't stand out as exciting, but it is solid, and if you saw Crawford's awful first workout video many years ago, you'll be thankful that she traded in Radu's unsafe, poorly designed routine for Kathy Kaehler's safe and sane one. --Joan Price


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "maya_3d" on April 10 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I've been working out using Cindy's videos from 5 years. My favorite one is the "Next Challenge" tape. Anyway.. I bought the "The New Dimension" 2 weeks ago. I was curious to see what the new workout would be. Workout A and B are way too short and easy for me, but part C had some really new and challenging parts such as the push-ups. The cardio part is fun - aerobics. There are not enough exercises for your legs though. It seems that they focus more on the arms. Also, I don't think the stretching at the beginning and the end is enough. So, if you are advanced in your work out, this tape might be way too easy for you. On the other hand, if you are tired of the same routine and the same excercises you do over and over again, it might be fun to workout along with the "New dimension". What I do to keep me focused, motivated, and definitely excited about working out is that every day i work out I use one of the Cindy's videos. In this way I'm not getting bored doing the same tape and exercises. Buy this video if you want something easy and fun.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Calvinist Austenite on Jan. 15 2010
Format: DVD
I didn't buy this for post-pregnancy, but simply because I was a big fan of Cindy's previous exercise DVDs, and wanted something new to try. Again, 3 workouts to choose from (as was the case with "Shape Your Body") -- with good music, nice locations, and a better fitness trainer (ie. Kathy Kaeller..... as opposed to dubious Raju of "Shape Your Body" and "Next Challenge" fame).

As always, Cindy is entertaining and self-depreciating. The only complaint that I have is that, once again, the ab exercises can be somewhat hard on the neck.......even if you are doing them properly. I've had to modify and recommend being aware of that component.
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Format: DVD
I have a wide variety of exercise videos & while I don't usually buy the "celebrity" workouts, I thought I'd give this a try. I'm somewhere in the intermediate level of fitness ability, so Workouts A & B were a complete waste of time. Workout C is better, so is here are some of the things I liked and disliked about this workout:
Pro's:
Nice variety of scenes (from outdoors to indoors, inset scenes, etc).
You get a full-body workout in about 40 mins (great for when you have little time).
Intense & challenging abs workout.
No cheesy lines like "you're doing great!!" (instead Cindy complains "I don't wanna do any extra's!") and no "whoo-hoos" that can be annoying.
Con's: Wow do they lift weights FAST. I found that I was feeling almost faint when doing the weights section until I realized that it was because I was breathing out on the exertion (which you are suppose to do) but they go soooo fast that I was actually hyperventilating...YIKES
Sometimes during the cardio parts the editing isn't very good and when the scene switches from indoors to outdoors they're suddenly on the opposite foot (e.g., step-touching left to right, you tap down on the right, the scene changes, and now they're on the left foot). don't worry though, if you stay in time when the scene changes back they're back in time with you.
Ok, so overall not a bad workout, but if you're looking for a whole-body workout that works both the lower & upper body and includes cardio AND includes a celebrity I much prefer the Elle Machpherson featuring Karen Voight workout (which has been out for at least 10 years now but I still really like it).
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Format: VHS Tape
I made a vow to myself over a year ago that I had to work out every day no matter what. Now that is a hard commitment to keep when you are exhausted, your days are overburdened as it is, or you are just plain lazy. Yet, I have managed to keep that promise and then some. This workout is divided into three sections: 12 minutes, 16 minutes and 41 minutes. So, if I come home from work exhausted, the 12 minute section is perfect. It includes a lot of stretching (great after a hard day), but also plie squats, lunges, Kegel exercises, ab work and pelvic lifts as well as a good cool down. So, even though it is only 12 minutes, I have gotten in some exercise (and kept my vow). Now on the days where I am just plain lazy, I tell myself I can spare 12 minutes. But after that is over, I get on a roll and go for the second workout which is only 16 minutes. It starts with a nice warm-up, includes weight work with 3 pounds, a short cardio section, lunges and squats (with playing cards), push-ups, abs, kegels, pelvic lifts and a longer cool-down than in Section One. I have just gotten a great 28 minute workout but here is the beauty of this tape. Because of the visuals (Cindy exercising by the ocean, in an exercise room, in a beautiful blue spare room overlooking the water), the music, and Kathy and Cindy's rapport, I oftentimes go right into Section Three. This is a complete workout and includes Cardio sections, a great weight workout, tough push-ups and tougher abs, as well as a challenging butt workout. It also includes kegel exercises (important to all women, whether you've had a baby or not). So, I start off not wanting to work out and end up working out 69 minutes (when I have the time) and feel great.Read more ›
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