Leslie Sansone: 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk

Leslie Sansone: 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk

Leslie Sansone: 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk A Power Walk at Home! Boost your energy. Slim the body. Take a Walk for weight loss at home! 3 Miles in 45 mins. is a real multi-muscle, mega calorie burn. You can POWER WALK at Home!! Fun music that s paced perfectly to keep you walking at just the right fat burning speed! You ll condition the legs, flatten the tummy, and tone the arms all while you WALK at home! It s your choice to BOOST the walk by adding our comfy Soft Hand Weights. Some of the walkers use weights; some just WALK, WALK, WALK!End this energetic workout with a relaxing stretch for legs, back,and core!

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Exercise DVDs & Books Leslie Sansone: 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk A Power Walk at Home! Boost your energy. Slim the body. Take a Walk for weight loss at home! 3 Miles in 45 mins. is a real multi-muscle, mega calorie burn. You can POWER WALK at Home!! Fun music that s paced perfectly to keep you walking at just the right fat burning speed! You ll condition the legs, flatten the tummy, and tone the arms all while you WALK at home! It s your choice to BOOST the walk by adding our comfy Soft Hand Weights. Some of the walkers use weights; some just WALK, WALK, WALK!End this energetic workout with a relaxing stretch for legs, back,and core! $14.98 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51VPT9S6MYL._SL160_.jpg
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11 Responses to “Leslie Sansone: 3 Mile Weight Loss Walk”

  • Diana Barden:

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    I really enjoy this workout, but find the breakdown by “miles” a bit misleading. The “middle mile” led by Mary Kay is a much faster pace than the first and third miles, but times out at the same or a little longer in length — so does that make her mile longer than the other two miles? Also the music is much louder when Mary Kay takes over, so for those of us who have to exercise with the volume turned way down low, it is hard to hear the cues. And I have learned to tune out Mary Kay’s bounciness – it’s almost like a constant jog! I just watch Leslie. I love the weights used during Leslie’s segment – I use 3# and it adds to the workout. And tho a couple of times the cues are very last minute, most of the time I know when a different step will be occurring. I am using this DVD twice a week, and really work up a good sweat by the end of it. A very good workout!

  • Bastet:

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    This is a great new workout from Leslie Sansone. I have many of her previous DVD’s and this one is a must-buy. The studio is a big improvement over the recent Walk Slim series (which are also great workouts, by the way!). The studio there was dark and pretty gloomy(!) but this DVD has a bright, cheery background. The cardio workout is excellent and this routine also incorporates weights, especially in the third mile, to work out the upper body as well. Leslie has Mary Kay leading through the entire second mile (miked this time! – Anyone who owns the 3-mile Walk Slim DVD will remember when Leslie had Mary Kay lead for two minutes with no microphone – this time we can HEAR her!). She does an excellent job – very energetic. No jogging (or “boosted walking” as Leslie likes to call it) in this routine but the pace is still very good and the second mile is a fast one. The DVD is divided into mile “chapters” so one could break up the walk into smaller chunks if necessary. The cuing is also much improved over the Walk Slim series – altogether an easy to follow workout that really works up a sweat!

  • D. Migliaccio:

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    I own several of the Sansone workout DVDs and I think I like this one the best. Leslie leads the first and third miles and they’re fine, but it’s Mary Kay’s middle mile that’s the real challenge – a non-stop speed walk that’s a terrific workout all by itself. Mary Kay doesn’t have Leslie exuberant personality but she’s a solid leader (and she doesn’t have Leslie’s disconcerting tendency to start moves on the upbeat, or on no particular beat at all).

    What’s great about this workout is that the walkers are enthusiastic and seem to be having a genuinely good time. Their enthusiasm is infectious, and I always find myself having fun right along with them.

  • Diane E.:

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    I have many of Leslie’s walking DVD’s and I really like this one. The set is bright and resembles a sports club setting. Leslie does mile 1 and 3 and uses light hand weights. I used light dumbbells and they worked just fine. Mary Kay does mile 2 and it’s quite brisk. It wasn’t boring and kept me going for the full 3 miles. The music is really good. Sometimes the music transition is not smooth but to me that wasn’t a problem. Leslie isn’t as chatty as she normally is in her other videos. This one is a winner!

  • Michelle R. Tyson:

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    I did this DVD exercise for 3 weeks and have noticed increased energy, loss of inches and down in weight. Ordering more of Leslie Sansone DVD’s.

  • Little Miss Cutey:

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    I’m fast becoming a fan of Leslie Sansones. Each dvd I get of hers is superb and this is also really great. It’s easy to do and still will give you results. She’s energetic (which makes me feel energetic) and encouraging and she makes her workouts fun.

    This has really easy movements that anyone can do, and you can choose to use weights or not. If you use the light weights, then you burn more calories and tone up your arms at the same time. I love how the exercisers are real people of all different shapes. All of the three segments are equivalent to one mile of walking outside – so it’s so beneficial if it’s too hot, cold or wet outside. You start of slow and then go quicker in the second segment. Then, the final segment is a little slower again because you are focusing more on doing toning for your upper body.

    All you really need is either weights or little weighted balls and some energy and a little bit of space. This is such a fun routine where you are done before you know it, and yet have had a great workout that burns calories and gets you into shape. I really love this and recommend it for practically everyone.

  • Kimber:

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    I’ve been using Leslie walk dvds for about a year and half. My favorites are Walk Away the Pounds and Walk Away the Pounds Express, but I’ve grown tired of them. The earlier dvds don’t appeal to me – bad music and sets and not choreographed very well. But this one is great. There are new walkers, a nice bright set, and the music is motivating. My only issue is that if you only want to do 2 miles of the 3, the walk begins at mile 2. So there’s no warm-up and that seems strange. Other than that, it’s a great walk!

  • A. Buschard:

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    I own over 25 of Leslie’s videos and I absolutely love this one! The set in the DVD that is used is the same one from the DVD that comes with her new book, “Walking the Walk: Getting Fit with Faith”. It is an excellent workout. The 2nd mile that Mary Kay leads really got my heart rate up. The miles went quickly and I got a good workout. If you love Leslie’s videos, then this is a must have for your collection!

  • Tiger Lily:

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    I live in Buffalo, NY and was looking for a workout to use on all those blustery, snowy winter days. I do a lot of outdoor walking in the nicer weather – up to seven miles a day, so I was really skeptical about how good of a walking workout I could get in my living room. I was pleasantly surprised!! It wasn’t anything I couldn’t keep up with, but I was definitely sweating by the start of the second mile. The third mile slows down a bit, but I found that because of using the weights, I was actually sweating even more! In less than two months, I’ve gone from a size ten to a size eight. I talked my mother into trying it because she wants to lose weight, and in just two weeks she’s already lost five pounds!!!

    I’m so happy with the endurance I’ve gained from doing this video that I’m seriously considering taking up jogging instead of walking when Spring rolls around. Please don’t be afraid to give this workout a try!

  • Teresa L. Seifert:

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    As usual, Leslie is right on target with this latest 3-mile walk. High energy and very effective, the time just flies while doing this workout. This video has become one of my favorites, even though I enjoy doing all of Leslie’s workouts – I have a lot of them! Leslie has become my guru in my quest to lose 100 lbs. this year. So far, I’ve lost 74 lbs. and I attribute most of my success to Leslie Sansone! You just can’t go wrong with a purchase of a Leslie Sansone video workout.

  • L. Carpenter:

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    I own quite a few of Leslie’s workouts and for me, this one has got to be, hands down, one of her very best. The set is beautiful – light, bright and airy, with frosted windows and plants in the background, hardwood floors and a few props like yoga mats, towels, etc. on shelves. To me, this is so much more visually appealing than the black curtain in the Walk Slim set or the concrete floor and empty industrial look of the Express set. Leslie leads miles one and three, while MaryKay leads mile two (and she has a microphone this time around, so you can hear her!). They are joined by four other walkers: Barb & Stephanie from the Walk Slim series and newcomers Vance & Suzette. Leslie incorporates the use of light handweights at the end of mile one and throughout most of mile three. No weights are used during mile two, which is pretty fast paced (but which does not use any of her boosted walking). Two songs with vocals from the Walk Slim series are re-used here, but the rest of the music was new to me. The cueing by both Leslie and MaryKay is spot on – absolutely no mistakes from either of them. They are friendly and happy, but professional (I love Leslie’s workouts, but sometimes she gets a little over-excited – there is none of that here). There is nothing about this workout that I would criticize and I can see myself getting a lot of use out of it.