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Get RIPPED with America's Toughest Trainer! Jillian Michaels Ripped in 30 is a comprehensive 30-day diet and exercise plan designed to get you in the best shape of your life! Ripped in 30 is comprised of four 24-minute workouts based on Jillian's best-selling body shredding 3-2-1 interval system: 3 minutes of strength, 2 minutes of cardio and 1 minute of abs.

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Jillian Michaels
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2 hours 17 minutes

Jillian Michaels Ripped in 30

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Director Andrea Ambandos
Starring Jillian Michaels
Studio CreateSpace
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details

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I really work up a sweat and i feel like I'm really getting a lot out of it.
bicoastalgirl
I loved the 30 day shred and this has a work out for each week(4) which I really like since I get bored easy.
wiggleshehe
Each workout uses completely different exercises with no move being repeated in any of the workouts.
A. Grimsley

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1,285 of 1,311 people found the following review helpful By Ellen B. on March 4, 2011
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I absolutely love-love-LOVE this workout! It seems to me that Jillian took a lot of feedback she received in regards to her other workouts, specifically 30 Day Shred, and used the praise/criticism to create this incredibly effective workout. There are several changes she made that I really liked:

1) The workouts are *slightly* longer than 30 Day Shred, I think because the warm-up and stretching parts are a little longer and more involved.
2) LOTS of new moves are incorporated here! You'll see some familiar exercises, such as side lunges and lunges w/ bicep curls, but Jillian did try to throw in some new stuff that is still very effective. She also claims that she doesn't repeat ANY moves in any of the other levels. I've only gotten through level 1 so far, but I'll take her word for that.
3) In the strength circuits, there are 3 different moves per circuit as opposed to just 2. I personally appreciated this because it allows for more variation, plus in the past I have had trouble doing 1 strength move for a full minute and now you do each strength move for 30 seconds. Very nice!
4) I felt like towards the end of circuit 3, things began to cool down a bit - for example, Jillian finishes the final abs circuit with crunches and reverse crunches, which aren't the most difficult ab moves. In her previous videos she pushes you hard throughout the end, which some people may prefer, but for people like me who have been craving a bit of a cool-down without sacrificing extra time, this is beneficial.
5) I like Jillian's assistants in this video. Some of you might be familiar with Basheera, who I originally liked a lot in 6 Week 6-Pack. Basheera is Jillian's advanced assistant once again, and I could tell even in level 1 she was getting winded and very tired.
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504 of 559 people found the following review helpful By Mindful Mary on February 23, 2011
Format: DVD
I got an advanced copy of this DVD from JIllian's camp so I could blog about it. Let me give a bit of history first, I LOVED 30 Day Shred, Trouble Zones, and Six Week Six Pack the best. So, for me, this DVD is my favorite. It's done in a similar style but there are FOUR workouts that range from "doable" level 1 notice I did not say easy) to madness level 4. I haven't been able to do level 4 yet. I followed the DVD's instructions and spent a week on level 1. Then moved on to level 2 and literally dripped poured sweat. Now I am on level 3. This one requires me to stop and catch my breath, but I am getting through it. So far it's challenging, but the moves are fresh and Jillian motivates you through it. Plus, the workouts are only 25 minutes, which feels manageable to me even though they are hard core. The other great part about this DVD is that it comes with a 30 day meal plan that lives on her website (no you do not have to pay extra for it - it comes with a code so you can log in). So following the whole plan, thus far in three weeks I have lost 8lbs. Pretty happy about that!
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293 of 349 people found the following review helpful By nctmac on March 24, 2011
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Ripped in 30 has raised the bar, for me! Four workouts on one DVD, for twelve bucks....impressive. Up until this dvd came out, I was in a workout slump for 6 months. The 3-2-1 system, 3 minutes strength, 2 minutes cardio & 1 minute abs, is tougher than it sounds. I appreciate the system because I know I can push myself for just another minute, even as I feel the burn. Each workout is different and will test your limits, the best thing about them...you won't get bored! There is a modifier for beginners, however, it is still tough.
Each workout has a warm up, 3 circuits (each circuit 3-2-1 system), and cool down. They run about 34 minutes long. You need a weights and a mat. I used 3 lbs. for most exercises, occasionally I used 5 lbs. I'll do my best to breakdown the workouts =) I will breakdown the circuits only....there is a warm up and cool down on each. Each Strength Circuit is done 2x, as well as the Cardio Circuits.

WORKOUT 1

Circuit 1

Push ups
Squat with Press
Crescent Pose with tricep kickbacks

Cardio- Fast Feet
Side to side skaters
Abs - Plank Hold
Hollow Man

Circuit 2

Deadlift with upright row
Squat swings
Good Mornings

Cardio- Running Man
Squat with punches
Abs - Side Plank Lifts (30 sec.each side)

Circuit 3

Chair pose with reverse fly
Side lunges with front raise
Lunges with bicep curls

Cardio - Butt Kicks
Single leg hops
Abs - Crunches
Reverse crunches

WORKOUT 2

Circuit 1

Crescent pose with rows
Pendulum lunges with serving biceps
Chest press with pelvic thrust

Cardio - Plank Jacks
Mountain Climbers
Abs - Crunch up arm to opp.
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287 of 346 people found the following review helpful By Amy Henley VINE VOICE on March 1, 2011
Format: DVD
Ripped in 30 is a comprehensive 30 day diet and exercise plan that kicks butt! The main menu has Workouts, Workout Recommendation, 30 day meal plan, English/Spanish, Subtitles on/off, and More from Jillian. There are 4 workouts. All you need 1 set of light handweights, 1 set of heavy handweights, and a mat. You do one workout level each week. You start with workout 1 in week one and move to workout 2 the second week, or as soon as you are able, and so on. There are two exercisers with Jillian in each workout. You follow Shelly for beginner modifications and Bashira is back as an advanced modifier. Jillian promises that you will never see the same move twice across the 4 workouts. Unlike some of her other exercise videos, you only do each segment once. Each segment has 3 minutes of strength, 2 minutes of cardio and 1 minute of abs. She recommends working out 5-6 days/wk. Always take one day of rest. I downloaded the meal plan from her website, and the recipes seem pretty easy to fix. They only contain a few ingredients. You eat a breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner. A sample breakfast is Cheerios and a banana. A sample lunch is ordering a veggie delight from Subway. A sample snack is a protein bar. A sample dinner is Turkey kebabs.

Most of the moves here I've seen in her other videos, but she has some new moves too. Each workout starts with dynamic stretching with moves such as arm circles, forward bends, squats, sledgehammers, and leg stretches while stabilizing. In the body of the workouts, Jillian focuses on compound moves, or ones that work multiple muscles groups. The moves get harder and more creative as you go through the different levels or workouts. Level 1 focuses on building up muscles/skills so you are prepared for the other levels.
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