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Get post-festive season fit with Gaiam

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With the festive season fast approaching, we'll no doubt fall in to a cycle of eating chocolates for breakfast, turkey sandwiches for lunch and more roast potatoes than should be allowed - all of which will no doubt leave us feeling in need of a post-Christmas fitness regime. Fortunately Gaiam, America’s leading lifestyle company devoted to creating uplifting and inspirational workouts across multiple disciplines, has the perfect solution.

5 Day Fit Trouble Zone Solutions, the company's latest DVD set for release on 26 December, provides 2½ hours of intense workouts that target specific areas of your body with the overall aim of strengthening, toning and shaping the figure you want.

Included on the DVD

Yoga Sculpt – a 25 minute routine of flowing movements that tone while improving balance and posture

Pilates Lift & Firm – a 25 minute pilates-based workout that sculpts abs, hips and thighs for a lean and toned figure

Lower Body Burn – this 30 minute workout targets the legs and bum to burn calories and fat, helping to shape and define

Cardio Kickbox – fast paced and hugely rewarding, this workout is designed to speed up your metabolism whilst strengthening your muscles

Hip Openers – a specific 25 minute routine that tones and slims your hips

Stylist readers are being treated to an exclusive first look at the DVD with a taster of the abs workout - check it out below.

5 Day Fit Trouble Zone Solutions is available from the 26 December at amazon.co.uk . Like Gaiam In The UK on Facebook to keep up-to-date with all the latest fitness news, tips and nutritional information.

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