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Get Ripped! with Jari Love: Get Ripped to the Core

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  • Actors: Jari Love
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Digital Sound, Dolby, Full length, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Razor Digital Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 18, 2006
  • Run Time: 67 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,431 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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89 of 90 people found the following review helpful By E. Evans on May 31, 2006
Format: DVD
I have tried all three of the workouts that Jari Love currently has out. "Ripped to the Core" is different from the original "Ripped" and "Slim and Lean" in that it consists of compound exercises. You will work multiple muscle groups at the same time which makes your workout more efficient and is a real calorie burner. Some examples of compound exercises included are: dead lifts and biceps curls, side squats with lateral shoulder raises, and step-ups with overhead shoulder presses. My heart rate was elevated for most of this challenging workout.

The inclusion of compound exercises requires you to engage your core throughout the workout. Additionally, there is a segment of planks, supermans, and traditional ab work. There is also an emphasis on shoulders in "Ripped to the Core". Three tracks are dedicated to frying your deltoids to a crisp. I did this workout six hours ago and my shoulders STILL feel the burn.

As in her earlier releases, there are a wide variety of modifications shown so the workout may be done by anyone from beginner to advanced fitness level. It requires minimal equipment (dumbbells and a club step) which is also a plus.

Another great workout by Jari Love! Highly recommended by this fitness enthusiast.
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Nilsa on June 3, 2006
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And one that doesn't require quite as much equipment as most advanced workouts. A step, a mat, and some sets of light weights will be all you'll need- no stability ball, medicine ball or tubing work here. It's basically broken into ten sections, with each section averaging 5-6 minutes and featuring one compound exercise followed by a brief stretch. Jari generally starts with either an easier version of the exercise or an isolation move, then adds on with a more intense version or added upper body work to make a compound exercise. There is no aerobic warmup; instead the warmup is the first section of weight work, and gradually builds in intensity. This starts off with side squats and reverse lunges, and then Jari has you transition into travelling side squats. The second section is "Spider" and pushups. The "Spider" is basically moving from full plank to forearm plank and repeated, with pushups and stretches in between the planks. The next section is chest work, with chest presses, then chest presses done at the same time that the hips are held in bridge position. The fourth section is bent-leg dead lifts with bicep curls. Section 5 is wide squats with upright rows, and a similar emphasis in section 6 with stiff- leg deadlifts and lat rows. Section 7 features side squats from the end of a step, with lateral shoulder raise, and a brief set of narrow squats with anterior shoulder raises. Section 8 fries the shoulders further, with overhead presses done in conjunction with step ups onto a step.These aren't tall box climbs, as in the Firm, or high step leg presses as seen in Cathe Friedrich workouts. The step is at about a 6 inch height.Read more ›
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Smeggy on January 21, 2008
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There's NO WAY you aren't going to get a fantastic workout doing this routine. It will whip your sorry behind into shape in no time, trust me! It is currently my favorite workout video. The "holy grail" if you will.

I was feeling ugly & depressed last year because of how bad i looked & i felt crappy too. I was always naturally slim but years of a desk job & not eating right caught up with me. I had just turned 31 & I never had any energy, i panted going up only 1 flight of stairs, and even though i was technically still kind of skinny i was flabby & gross. My once pretty legs looked like scrawny little chicken legs. I had grown a pot belly, i had a pathetic withered looking bird chest, and sloppy jiggly flabby arms. ugh. thinking about it makes me shudder....NOW i have so much more strength. I don't ever pant going up or down stairs, I feel healthy & strong, and my sexy legs are back! Sure there's more meat on my bones but it's muscle and man it looks good! the flab on my arms is gone, i don't have any back-fat when i put a bra on, and my chest looks normal again. I am small chested so it'll never be huge but at least what is there is shaped nicely now. Oh, and my waist size went back down. I fit in clothes that i was too flabby in the gut for last year. I love my body now.

Here's how i got started with my transformation from pot-bellied bird-chested weakling to sexy-legged muscle-butted ripped powerhouse......Disgusted with myself & not getting good enough results after months of just cardio videos & walking outside, i realized i had to try something else. I only wanted to tone up & lose a little bit of flab. So naturally cardio seemed the way to go. I was SO wrong about that. I toned up slightly but that's about it.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Teedums on September 10, 2006
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I really like Jari Love and really enjoyed her Ripped workout, so when I heard she was releasing new workouts I had to pounce on them. Ripped was very enjoyable, thorough and fun, but not too hard. Jari has upped the difficulty a few notches with this workout. I realized how weak I was with endurance training after doing this workout and Slim & Lean. I have some work to do where that is concerned. Jari is joined by Laurie, Ben & Christy. All you need for this workout are dumbells, and a step, a barbell can be used also.

The workout itself consists of 10 tracks plus a stretch, each exercise performed to a different song, lasting about 5 minutes which for some feels like an eternity. Jari talks a lot about burning calories and carbohydrates throughout the workout, some people might be annoyed by this but it didn't really bother me. For each exercise there is a demonstration of what is coming so you can prepare, I liked this plus it was an opportunity to take a breather and grab some water. It also displays the amount of weight that each exerciser uses, which I found very helpful in determining how much weight that I needed to use. I used a range of 3-10 pound dumbells which was pretty tough for me.

Each muscle group hit and well, the shoulders are especially worked as they are included in three of the tracks. Here is a listing of the exercises.
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