BE FIT IN 30 EXTREME

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THE PLOT THUS FAR

Expert trainers Scott Herman and Susan Becraft will guide you through three full-body workouts for an incredible 30-day challenge. From supercharged cardio and power sculpting, to calisthenic circuits and core conditioning, these complete high-intensity 30-day workout programs have everything needed to keep your body challenged – and get the results you’ve always wanted! Featuring three 20-minute total body workouts that focus on power, agility and strength that will burn fat and build lean, toned muscle.

WHAT WE THOUGHT

“Be Fit in 30 Extreme” is a disc that I didn’t start using until the day before Thanksgiving. I finished it about a couple hours after Thanksgiving, as exercising with a gut full of stuffing isn’t pleasant. Hopefully, you can hang it together longer than I could. After all, it is a 30 day workout program that’s focused on intensity. Honestly, I haven’t worked out for 30 days since college. But, that’s because you get as much athletic equipment as you would if you were in prison. Sheer boredom and being in a remote area helps those factors along.

Exercise is essential, but I also need to essentially finish “Shadow of Mordor”. When real work stares down my desire to keep working on smaller stuff, the smaller stuff wins. As I flip through the DVD, I noticed that a small paper insert fell out of the case and it listed how to work out a monthly schedule to get fit. It reminded me way too much of those fitness challenges that flooded Facebook during the Spring and I just have to say that I don’t buy it. Call me skeptical, call me lazy.

The DVD comes with an isolated music only option and custom workout capability as the special features. The A/V Quality is on par with past exercise releases. The standard definition transfer is clean. The same goes for the Dolby track. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase.

RELEASE DATE: 12/02/2014

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