Jessica Smith: Burn Fat and Have Fun! Low Impact, High Results Home Exercise Video

March 17, 2017 - Comment

Let’s have a little fun by getting creative with walking-based exercise! We mix up our moves often and do more than just walk to avoid muscle imbalances and joint strain, but walking is always our base move and something you can always return to at any time. Mix + match these walks into your weekly

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Let’s have a little fun by getting creative with walking-based exercise! We mix up our moves often and do more than just walk to avoid muscle imbalances and joint strain, but walking is always our base move and something you can always return to at any time.

Mix + match these walks into your weekly workout schedule (we recommend alternating them with your favorite strength + flexibility routines 2-4 days/week). Check out our “Walk STRONG: Boost Metabolism + Muscle” and “Walk STRONG: Build Balance + Inner Strength” for some great options! You can also use these workouts in conjunction with our “Walk STRONG: Total Transformation 6 Week System!” Visit walkonwalkstrong.com/phase3 to download our free, printable “Phase III” calendar which includes our suggested 6 week schedule.

WALK #1: STEADY, READY, GO! – The purpose of this low impact, high intensity interval session is to improve your aerobic capacity, fitness level and even boost your metabolism. Our timed intervals are designed to help you challenge yourself without burning out for maximum results + energy. MILEAGE EQUIVALENT: Approx. 2.5 miles

WALK #2: STRIDE AND STEP – We’ll focus on adding intensity with a bit of an incline to boost your burn while developing agility, coordination and spatial awareness. And, not to worry, you can still get a great workout without the step – watch our modifier Debbie, age 60, for options as she demonstrates the entire walk on the floor. MILEAGE EQUIVALENT: Approx. 2 miles

WALK #3: HAVE A BALL! – This walk incorporates the use of a small playground ball to increase core muscle recruitment, improve hand-eye coordination and add an extra element of fun. Don’t have a ball on hand? Keep an eye on Debbie – she’ll be using a hand towel as an alternative option. MILEAGE EQUIVALENT: Approx. 2 miles

About Your Instructor: Jessica Smith has over 15 years of experience as a certified trainer, instructor and wellness coach.

Product Features

  • 3 Creative, 30-Minute Calorie Burning Walks!
  • Low Impact [no jumping] Cardio Interval Training
  • Cardio Core Standing Abs Exercises – No Floor Work
  • Build Balance, Coordination, Agility and Spatial Awareness
  • Lose Inches, Build Fitness and Enjoy Exercise (yes, it’s possible! 🙂

Comments

Rachel Devaughn says:

I really enjoyed these workouts and can’t wait to try her other new “Walk Strong” dvds!! I received this new DVD last night and did all 3 cardio workouts this morning for my daily workout. I used a small ball and stepper with no risers.All three workouts include Jessica and her mom Debbie. The background is nice with a bright, home feel. The music is a little low compared to Jessica’s talking, but I think its probably hard to balance the sounds without feeling like shes yelling. Most of the music on all three workouts had a beat, no words. I recognized some of the…

S. Wilson says:

I had to smile at the reviews that said these DVDs were boring because they are about to kill me Step tip: If you have a full step (rectangle) and not the half step (square) that Jessica uses, don’t worry. You can place your long step on the floor so that you stand at the base of the short side. She never takes you in front of the step, so you don’t really need to buy a half step. I never saw that written anywhere and I could have saved myself some money. You can also use the setup that her mom Debbie has by taping a visual square on the floor and not stepping up and down during the…

Katharine A. Draper says:

Okay but the original Walk Strong was MUCH better I like but didn’t love this DVD and I have most of everything Jessica has put out as I’m a fan. However, I don’t think this matches her original Walk Strong series. It seemed to be put together too quickly and while the workouts are good and the banter between her and her Mom is fun I prefer more professionally done videos. That’s just me, of course, and Jessica her Mom Debbie are delightful. Other than “Have a Ball!” I honestly didn’t enjoy the workouts and kept looking at the…

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