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  • What’s on the DVD That Comes with the Fit and Fabulous Book?

    So....I was the genius who purchased her Fit and Fabulous book for my Kindle. Therefore, I didn’t get the free DVD that’s included with the paperback copy. Does anyone know what’s on the DVD? I think I’ve seen that OIP is included, and I am very interested in seeing that move on video as I don’t think I’m doing it correctly based on the “Try Before You Buy” description. Is there any way I can access it since I purchased the electronic version of the book?
    Last edited by GatheredChick; 10-08-2017, 06:24 PM.

  • #2
    I think it is just the Organ in Place... the DVD titled it as the secret of a flat stomach... Teresa puts the Organ in Place on the More DVD too. All Floor workout has a version of OIP, even it is variation... I used to add the DVD from the book and the target pop 3 if I want to do a floor sequence, that is before I use any floor workout.

    I find floor workout DVD is better, as Teresa planned the workout based on physiological response and working the wind sprint (HIIT) in and all the warm up and cool down. It is way better than I smash a few moves together to call it a workout.

    If you are going to get a floor workout, get the Brain Body Floor (the one with 3 short sequence) or the Turn Back Time DVD (It has a modified BWO+ and a floor sequence similar to the Brain Body Floor).

    About the access of the move with electronic book... you need to call the office.

    Alternatively, tell me what you think you did wrong based on the instruction. I did the move right from the instructions before my DVDs arrived when I first started.... Still, the right is gradient... What I did right as a beginner is totally different from what I do right after a few years and after many floor DVD's training.

    A lot of it has to do with the brain and body connection of muscle movement and how well you can bring your body to another level of activation and bone alignment. Even you are doing right "now", you will do even more right in a few months with consistency. You right with a decade of consistency will be different. It is basically the concept of martial arts.
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    • #3
      If you want to slowly dissect each move, get Critter Crunch Floor...

      Let me know what we can help to perfect your mastery of the written instructions, we can help you with that on the forum, not a problem.
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      • #4
        The DVD also includes Half Frogs and Elevators which are both floor moves as well as Hoedowns and Advanced Hoedowns.

        As ayj said, we're happy to help you dissect the move from the written instructions!
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        • #5
          Thank you, all, for your offer to help!

          For OIP:
          - When pushing your hands inside the hip bone, you’re pushing kind of under the bone and down, correct? Then pushing towards the center (belly button line)?
          - How long should I push on each side?

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          • ayj67
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            Use the hand blade instead of the finger tips... use the outside edge of your palms to slide down along the pelvis bone. The move is not just moving the bladder or intestines to the center, it is more important to activate the TVA muscles layers deep. When you wake up that muscles, you will start tightening and releasing with TVA, that will eventually train your muscles to hold in all your organs tighter and the pelvis floor muscles tighten and the organs going back instead of prolapse down. This is very important that we do OIP before any floor move and especially crunches...

            A second or so, not too long, I would not call it a push, it is more like press and scoop.

        • #6
          Originally posted by GatheredChick View Post
          Thank you, all, for your offer to help!

          For OIP:
          - When pushing your hands inside the hip bone, you’re pushing kind of under the bone and down, correct? Then pushing towards the center (belly button line)?
          - How long should I push on each side?
          If you "wiggle" inside the hip bone and down in a bit, that helps engage the transverse abdominus muscle. Then you gently pull that towards the center, tighten the muscles under your fingers from pubic bone to ribcage (so to speak). Tighten/release a few times, then repeat on the right side (always start with the left side).

          In most of the videos, Teresa has us "tighten/release" 4 times, then release and do the other side. Final one is center up--wiggle in below the bladder area and gently roll it up towards the belly button, and some ladies like to take one hand and place it higher, at the belly button and press in and up there, too, and again, tighten/release 4 times. When you do the "little tucks" raising the buns up and down a tiny bit, you keep abs tight.

          Hope that makes sense!
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          • #7
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylFm1CuAHBY

            Kind of like this, except you are lying down... If you have a lot of padding at your belly, you might want to elevated your hip with a stack of towel.
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            • #8
              Another trick to find the TVA muscles is to cough, you will feel that muscles and that is where you are going to press and scoop.
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