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Georges St. Pierre Rushfit: Strength & Endurance Workout


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  • Actors: Georges St. Pierre
  • Directors: Darren Capik
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: March 8, 2011
  • Run Time: 53 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004FHCH7S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,517 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Foundation Moves: Exercise How To’s & Dumbbell How To’s
Workout Trailer
Series Trailer

Editorial Reviews

This workout is broken down into five high intensity circuits designed to burn calories and simulate the intensity of a fight -- full-body exercises performed one after another with little rest in between. Train your chest, back, arms and legs at an elevated heart rate. Gain strength, lean out, and resist fatigue in less time for the best physique of your life.

Train beside GSP and find out what intensity really means. This strength conditioning video gives you first hand access to the secret training approach of a champion. In 45 minutes a day, you will perform, feel and look better than ever!

Customer Reviews

If he can get a good workout from this DVD then so can you!
Adam.RN
Would have been nice to have: * It would have been nice to have seen better progressions for the excercises, during the workout component of the video.
D. Hamlett
Like Georges say in the DVD: There's no magic pill to it, if you want to look good and lose weight you need to work hard. :)
Jonathan Turbide

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By T. Raliben on January 17, 2011
Format: DVD
I took a chance on this exercise dvd series and ordered it direct from the manufacturer's website last December. I'm glad I did as these are the best fitness dvds that I own. The entire series spans six discs, but I'll just be reviewing the "Strength & Endurance Workout" here.

The dvd is well produced and offers a balanced, high intensity, total body workout. The trainer Erik Owings does a great job of demonstrating the proper form for each exercise and makes sure everyone follows it. Georges is upbeat, encouraging and really attacks the workout. A timer at the bottom keeps track of which exercise is being performed and tracks the time remaining for each round and the entire workout. All of the exercises are performed at a demanding, fast pace. If you keep pace with everybody you should be thoroughly sweaty and exhausted by the end. The workout has a wide variety of exercises which I go into detail below.

Before I do, I want to list any potential drawbacks of the dvd. The trainer Erik does a terrific job but comes across as being very serious. Personally I like this, but if you're looking for something with a more outgoing instructor like Bob Harper, keep in mind you don't get that in this dvd. Also, the workout might not be long enough for some people. Altogether, with the warm up and cool down included, it lasts 47 minutes; about 35 minutes of that I'd categorize as non-stop high intensity exercise. Lastly, this is a program designed for people of intermediate to advanced fitness levels. I would not recommend this dvd to beginners.
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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By D. Hamlett on March 8, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The Pros:

* The workout is not a bunch of women in tights doing dance like aerobics to 80's sounding music, like 99% of workout videos. Dont get me wrong, it's for men and women, but a lil more biased towards men.

* The workout is challenging. So challenging that you can see George struggling through it. It's kinda cool because unlike most videos where the star of the video is breazing through the exercises, George doesn't have these moves down, and as he admits profusely.

* George says that this kind of training is his weak area so he's pushing with you. This video should have been named inside GSP's conditioning class, because the Trainer Eric Owings is really pushing George.

* It helped me to realise that I am mildly Sado Masochistic, any self realization is a personal pro for me sorry if it's TMI. I say Sadist, because I enjoy seeing George suffer, The french accent and the clear pain and discomfort is "great". Masochistic because I am looking forward to pushing myself through it.

* It is a very complete program in that it is broken down into 3 important components; a warmump, a challenging workout, and flexbility based cool down.

* The video makes you feel like George's incredible atheltic conditioning is within reach, you know it's not, but it makes you feel like it is.

* You get to see Georges attitude when hes doing the excercises. He even talks about how he pushes himself through each excercise as if his life depended on it. Now granted you may not want to adopt this attitude but it's good to see it at work.

* There is another part of the video called foundation moves, that walks you through all of the excercise, how to do them, and how to modify them if necessary.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Peter Tsang TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 29, 2011
Format: DVD
"Georges St. Pierre Rushfit: Strength & Endurance Workout" is a fairly short and intense workout. It is great if your time is limited, and if you want a longer workout, just repeat your favorite circuit or round.

Mr. St. Pierre uses twenty pound weights. I used 10 pound weights. I was sweating and sore about 3 or 4 hours later.

Here's the breakdown.

Warm up is under 11 minutes.
Workout is under 30 minutes.
Cool down is under 7 minutes.

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The workout is made up of 5 circuits or rounds. They are called rounds because they are based on mixed martial arts fights. Each round is about 5 minutes. In each round, Mr. St. Pierre demonstrates along with two other people, one male and one female. Erik Owens is the instructor.

Round One (about 5 minutes) No weights are used.
Air squat (60 seconds)
Iso squat (60 seconds) This is really tough.
Hands off push-up (60 seconds)
Back Extension (60 seconds)
Pop-up (60 seconds)

One minute rest or stretch

Round Two (about 5 minutes) No weights are used.
Air squat (60 seconds)
Squat thrust (60 seconds)
Pop-up (60 seconds)
Burpee (60 seconds)
Lateral plank (60 seconds)

One minute rest or stretch

Round Three (about 5 and a half minutes) Weights are used.
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