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  • Actors: Bob Harper
  • Directors: Darren Capik
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: October 5, 2010
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003ULW77K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,637 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Bob Harper: Cardio Conditioning
If you've got heart, you can get results. Your heart is the most vital muscle in your body; the engine that keeps you alive. In this ultimate cardio workout, Bob takes you through a series of explosive, non-stop drills in all three planes of motion that get your heart rate pumping to maximum fat-burning capacity. Optimize your powerhouse and defy limitations, with a calorie-igniting, weight-loss-fueling workout. Increase energy and enhance endurance, so you... blaze away fat and transform your body!

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I love all of Bob's workouts!
J. Leong
It was refereshing to see the people on the screen struggling to get through an interval just as much as me!
T. McCollough
Great workout on these DVD's.
minktoy

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309 of 312 people found the following review helpful By T. McCollough on August 25, 2010
Format: DVD
NOTE: So far, I've only done the full-hour, more intense workout, not the shorter 25 minute one. I consider myself somewhere between an intermediate and advanced fitness level. Six days out of the week, I run regularly, do sprint intervals/HIIT routines and strength train with high-rep workouts (e.g., Jari Love, BodyPump).

This disc has two options: The full, one-hour workout or a condensed 25 minute workout, which is recommended for beginners. I put on my big-girl pants and decided to go for the full hour. I must admit, after watching some of the trailers, I was a little nervous. And looking back, I had every right to be, because this. Was. HARD.

It started out innocently enough, with some dynamic stretching and some basic punching moves. Then, you're instructed to pick up a dumbbell (I grabbed one that's slightly more than 8 lbs) and start moving into deadlifts with rows. Wait, time out! Strength training? I thought this was a cardio workout? Well, be patient. The deadlift rows transition into squats with arm swings, which I later learned is a common move that you come back to as an active recovery between the crazier moves. So what are some of those crazy moves, exactly?

* Squat Jumps (still holding the dumbbell, plus some isometric holds)
* Walk-outs (walking down into a push-up and back)
* Mountain Climbers (instead of taking a break in between sets, he makes you do push-ups AND hold in plank position!)
* Jumping Jacks (both with and without dumbbells)
* Jump Rope (with dumbbells)
* More squats (both at regular and pulsing paces)
* Fast Feet (these eventually lead into jump twists a.k.a. 180-jumps)
* More Walk-outs with an added jump
* Scorpion Push-Ups (this was definitely a "WTF?" moment for me...
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65 of 65 people found the following review helpful By ZZ on January 10, 2011
Format: DVD
I have done the P90X series (not just the workouts) 3 times now. Not only does P90X become redundant and boring after you have done it for nearly a year, but your body does eventually reach a plateau. Bob Harper's Cardio Conditioning is great. My calories burned after this workout was 650. P90X's cardio DVD burned a mere 500. Granted P90X's Plyometrics DVD is great, but if you have knee or back issues, this can put a strain on your joints. I would advise Harper's cardio DVD as either a supplement to your P90X routines, or your own cardio conditioning workout DVD. Its's a great fat burner, and my heart rate did not drop below my traget heart rate for the duration of this workout. This is saying a lot since I am a professional dancer, and my resting heart rate is 60.P90X Extreme Home Fitness Workout Program - 13 DVDs, Nutrition Guide, Exercise Planner
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75 of 77 people found the following review helpful By cabloom on September 1, 2010
Format: DVD
I've done this workout 3 times now and my initial impression has not changed. It is a very hard workout! I consider myself to be in pretty good shape - I can make it through Jillian's workouts without modifications and not feel like I am going to die. Not so with this dvd - Bob is relentless and he pushes you until you feel like you can't do anymore, and then he pushes you still more. It's hard to compare this workout to Jillian's Banish Fat Boost Metabolism; even though they are both cardio workouts, they are very different. With Jillian, no matter how hard a certain move might be, you know it will be over soon and she'll change to something else. This workout stays with the movements for much longer durations - instead of 30 seconds on one move, it might be a couple of minutes or more. By the time he releases you, you want to collapse but no! He's got you going straight into some other torturous exercise! Bob also has you using weights for a good percentage of the workout - there really isn't much time spent on typical cardio moves such as jumping jacks. But your heartrate will definitely be through the roof all the way through.

As other reviewers mention, Bob doesn't spend much time himself demonstrating the exercises - he has Roxie, Becky, and Zach for that. They are all obviously fit, but even Roxie (she is a workout MACHINE!) is visibly tired at points during the workout. I'm not sure if that is really because the workout is THAT hard, or because they've already gone through several takes filming it, or what - I kind of have mixed feelings on it. Part of me says "Oh, I don't feel so bad because they are struggling, too!" and another part says "If they think it's this hard, there is no hope for me!".
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm/Fitness Guru on August 30, 2010
Format: DVD
First off, even though this hasn't been released yet, you can order it through Bob Harper's own website (there are actually four dvds in this set: cardio, strenght, yoga and Bob's own workout). So far, I have only done the 1 hour cardio workout and I can tell you, you will feel it. I have trained with Jillian Michael's dvds (30 day shred, no more trouble zones, yoga, etc) for a year and I do all her workouts at the advanced level so I consider myself pretty advanced and I still felt this workout, especially on my quads. If you do it like he says and sink low, your quads will burn like never before!!! The first half of the workout is very quad-intensive and the second half is more upper body, which, BTW, your shoulders will also burn! I was able to get through the entire workout (taking a few breaks, mind you!) and I can say I was only able to do it, because I've training with Jillian for some time, otherwise there is no way I would had made it. In other words, this workout is for intermediate/advanced level. A beginner can get throught it, but I wouldn't use weights at all and not sink down as low on your squats to avoid risking a knee injury. Your legs have to be really strong before you can do this many squats without getting knee strain. If you like Jillian Michaels, you will like this dvd (Bob and Jillian are BFFs, after all, so their training styles are quite similar. Oh, and one more thing, I love side planks for the obliques, but the modification that Bob asks you to do (lifting the leg) made me feel it like never before. Overall, this workout is a challenge, even for the advanced, I highly recommend it. I can see how some people might get bored since most of the time you are doing squats but if you want to burn serious calories, you have to use the big muscle groups, so I'm sure that's why he does it, it works best!
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