Richard Simmons Sweatin' to the Oldies 1 Trailer (2003)
"An Aerobic Concert with Richard Simmons!"28 April 200345 mins
Welcome to the 25th Anniversary of Sweatin’ to the Oldies! When I created Sweatin’ in 1988, I had been turned off by look-alike exercise videos with synthesized elevator music. So I made this video with real music and real people to make exercise fun! You’re going to find that there “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” to keep you from loving this exercise program! The Sweatin’ to the Oldies workout is pure enjoyment. You won’t hear any wall-to-wall instructional chatter. But you will hear all of my favorite heart-thumping tunes of the ‘50s and ‘60s, tunes that are bound to get you “Dancing in the Street.” So if you were too busy planning the decorations and didn’t enjoy your prom… now “It’s YOUR Party” but this one’s for your body! You’re going to slim down, get more energy and have more FUN exercising than you ever dreamed possible!
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