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'Tracie Long Longevity Series: Step Forward' - DVD Review

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Tracie Long Longevity Series: Step Forward


Tracie Long has been a fitness trainer for some 25 years. At the age of 46, she is actively trying to help and shape women of the age of 35 and older to have stronger leaner bodies. She is a native of Virginia and it was her father who got her started in the business. Tracie had been at college and when she came home her father a former college football player at Va. Tech noticed she was a little thin. The truth was she had been starving herself to look better. It was through his tough love that she would eventually get her eating and exercising correctly. She would later change majors to Exercise Science. She currently resides in Charleston S.C. with her husband and children and runs Long Training Studios.

The Longevity Series DVDs is a 6 part program on the caring of your body through weights, steps, medicine ball, and aerobics.The third DVD is Step Forward. This workout is going to take you through a steps program and how it effects the legs. With ample arm movement and the different positions that Tracie takes you through while stepping up, down, sideways and every other angle you can think of, you will have those legs looking mean and lean. Along with this DVD you will also get workouts titled Total Body Tag a Long, and Step on the go.

This DVD is the third of six. So if you were to incorporate this DVD with say another one or two per day or every other day it will make a leaner you. The quality of the of the DVD is excellent. The visual and sound are great. The set is a brick wall background with palms at the side. The background music is Techno and is at an acceptable level to hear Tracie give clear directions to each exercise.

This is worth getting ladies and you to guys. Tracie Long will get you into great shape and feeling fantastic. Shelter Island is bringing you this DVD today and it was just released on April 8, 2014.