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Back and Better Than Ever: All New Exercise DVD by Shape Fitness
How do you follow up two back to back homeruns, when you have already released a pair of hugely popular exercise DVDs for Jewish women and girls, offering four separate workouts in the privacy of your own home?
The answer is simple. You put together a third DVD, with all new exercises, instructors, music and an unprecedented, bonus pre-natal DVD to allow even expectant mothers to take part in a safe and healthy fitness routine.
Introducing Shape Fitness Kosher Workouts, Volume II, the latest offering from Tanya Rosen and Abby Hessney.
“People were saying that they loved our videos but they wanted something new,” explained Tanya, a certified personal trainer, aerobics instructor, nutritionist and mother of four.
Shape II follows the format of its predecessors, consisting of 20 minute exercise segments, each of which includes both a warm up and a cool down. With a choice of Pilates, Boot Camp, All in One and Zumba, Shape II requires no equipment and is a winning combination of physical fitness and tznius for women and girls at all levels.
Continuing to blaze new trails in the Jewish community’s fitness world, Shape II includes a bonus DVD featuring two additional segments for expectant mothers, Pre-Natal Aerobics and Pre-Natal Yoga.
“I was expecting while we were filming and since I work a lot with pregnant women I knew that they want to feel good about themselves, too,” said Tanya.
Continuing the Shape legacy in both DVDs, all instructors are dressed appropriately throughout the DVD and the accompanying music has no lyrics, avoiding the potentially thorny issue of offensive lyrics.
“I wanted something that was appropriate on all levels so that if one of your kids walks in while you are exercising, you won’t have to shut it off,” explained Abby. “We like to say that the Shape DVDs are ‘fit’ for your home.”
The best part about the Shape series? Giving women and girls the ability to keep up an exercise program at a minimal cost, without compromising on their values and without ever having to leave the house.
“You can fit a whole workout in 20 minutes,” noted Tanya.