The Method: Target Zones

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The Method: Target Zones

Jennifer Kries

Develop long, firm muscles and flexible joints without the bulking effects of excessive weight training. The Method: Target Zones whole body workout re-shapes the body and develops beautifully balanced lines and symmetry. Three separate segments work on developing the strength and flexibility of the arms, upper back, and shoulders, the core, buttocks, hip and thigh muscles for overall posture and balance. Enjoy a slender, slimmer, sexier you!


Episode 1
Episode 1
, 27 minutes
The Upper Body Zone: Strength and flexibility of the arms, upper back, and shoulders.
Available worldwide
Episode 2
Episode 2
, 26 minutes
The Abdominal Zone: The body's center of strength and energy.
Available worldwide
Episode 3
Episode 3
, 38 minutes
The Lower Body Zone: Strength of the buttocks and hip muscle, the strength and flexibility of the legs, and for overall posture and balance.
Available worldwide

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Pru, posted on April 22, 2015

as previous poster noted the streaming quality is very bad - a real shame as jennifer kries is a brilliant instructor

HeidiV@Gaia, posted on April 22, 2015

@PRU - We are sorry for any inconvenience. Someone from our Customer Service department will be in contact with you.

fpgreenfield, posted on February 28, 2015

Really love this series, but viewing is awful. Don't know whether the viewing experience is suffering cuz doesn't stream well or cuz of HD picture on my television. Just know that as much as I want to do this series (& have TRIED despite poor video quality), picture quality is way too distracting.

Any chance this series will be re-issued or re-produced?

needs to reissued for HD/streaming experience. Don't know if the issue is

MichalL@Gaia, posted on March 1, 2015

Hi @fpgreenfield,
Though this video is not HD (since it's older) the quality is decent. I'll forward your comment to our customer service so they can try and figure this out.
Thank you, Michall@GTV

DelightfullyFit, posted on November 12, 2012

Loved it! Just tried the "Lower Body Grounding" and it was a fantastic workout. However, I would classify it more as a core workout than lower body. Nonetheless, great for posture and surely effective resistance training!

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