Wednesday, December 12, 2012

RHOA Phaedra Parks & Husband Release Fitness DVD

Get in shape for the holidays!! All that extra eating and of course the New Year’s resolutions are just around the corner. Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Phaedra Parks and her husband Apollo have released their 60 minute ‘donkey booty‘ workout. The DVD costs a $12.95.

 
Phaedra talks about how a woman can get the perfect body and keeping a good diet:
“Well, you know what? All booties can be beautiful booties. It’s just a matter of toning and lifting them. Some people think a donkey booty is just a gigantic booty but it’s not. It’s a nice perfect round behind, and anyone can have it. And you can start off as flat as a board. And if you work the glutes, you can build the muscle, so it has that nice curvy appeal. Do some squats, some lunges, you will really see your legs and your behind just lifting. To be honest the more slimmer body bottoms, they have more definition once they get worked out because it’s not as much to cover up all the detail.”
 
 
Diet is just as important as exercise. But I’ve been in the South all my life [laughs]. I love Southern cuisine, but there’s a healthy way to prepare it. And you can make things and adjust sodium with lemon, fresh herbs, fresh garlic, and there’s not as much fat. And I always say, I never diet, because the first three letters in “diet” is “die.” So I don’t believe in dieting. I believe in making smart choices and having a healthy relationship with food. And that really means eating a lot of small meals and eating things that you enjoy, but maybe not overindulging.”



 According to the DVD’s description, here’s what you can expect:
PHINE BODY by Phaedra and Apollo is a comprehensive workout routine that features a mix of aerobic dance elements, cardio training, strength training, core toning, and upbeat music. The workout begins with a high-energy cardio routine and fun dance moves, followed by toning core, body sculpting exercises and a stretch-based cool down. Phaedra and Apollo hope to encourage people of all ages, shapes and sizes to stay active and eat healthy.

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