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Mike Donavanik's Extreme Burn: Total Body Interval Training


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Product Details

  • Actors: Mike Donavanik
  • Directors: Mike Leber
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mike Donavanik Fitness
  • DVD Release Date: November 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005Y30E2C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,706 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

TRANSFORM YOUR BODY IN 6-WEEKS!

Celebrity trainer Mike Donavanik brings you the best of his sculpting, cardio and ab work to create one of the most dynamic workouts available. It's the same program he uses with his celebrity and private clients, and now he's bringing it to you!

Extreme Burn is a 6-week program, consisting of three workouts, designed to dramatically transform your body. Each workout is jam-packed with dynamic compound strength moves and intense bursts of cardio that will fire up your metabolism, burn fat, build lean muscle and deliver maximum results!

Workouts 1 & 2:
Each workout is 40-minutes of pure, fat-blasting, calorie burning, total body interval circuits that include muscle sculpting strength moves, heart rate accelerating cardio, and core-tightening exercises.

Workout 3:
Workouts 1 and 2 are combined to create a powerful and explosive 80-minute Extreme Workout proven to produce dramatic body-changing results.

Exclusive Bonus Features:
Workout Calendars
Workout Journal
Healthy Eating Guide
Food Log
Plus other useful items to help you reach your goals!

About the Actor

Mike Donavanik is among the leading personal trainers in the fitness industry today. Based in Beverly Hills, his clients include celebrities, athletes, executives, everyday people, and even a few of Hollywood's top trainers. As a respected fitness expert and personal trainer, Mike has been featured and profiled in The Los Angeles Times, Town & Country, Fitness, Self, Genlux, Daily Candy, 944, LA Brides, Exercise for Men and other publications. His television appearances include programs on ABC, NBC, CBS, KCAL, Live Well HD, Bravo and CBS Radio.

Customer Reviews

This workout will have you dripping with sweat.
Steve G
Very difficult, non stop workout that will really make you sweat and get you out of breath!
A. Hernandez
This video was great although I have only completed workout 1, I still like this DVD.
Bonnie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Steve G on December 14, 2011
Extreme Burn is no joke. This workout will have you dripping with sweat.

I tried this workout out of curiosity after doing P90X for 13-14 weeks and was not prepared for how intense it was going to be. As a fairly fit, thirty-something guy, I've always been more inclined to go for workouts that feature lots of weights, and keep my cardio for the stair machine, mostly staying away from workouts like this that feature lots of high-paced reps with lighter weights. But I was having trouble slimming out, even with P90X, and decided to try something different so I gave Mike Donavanik's workout a try.

First thing I noticed is that he gets right to the meat of the workout. The warm-up is very brief and then it's strength training intervals, followed by cardio, followed by more strength intervals and then abs. Keep in mind that the strength intervals in this workout are more intense than other people's cardio. You will need to take breaks. But basically, he doesn't waste any time. His 40 minute workout will have you sweating and burning more than other people's hour workout.

The other thing I liked is how simple the equipment is. You don't need any heavy weights, which is good since those things are expensive! A pair of 5lb dumbells and a pair of 10's and a yoga mat is all you need. And chances are you already have those.

And I'm already seeing the results. A couple weeks ago I couldn't keep up with the first workout, not I'm doing the extreme workout, which is 80 minutes of core city. My shirt is drenched by the end of it. And for me, it's a nice break from lifting heavier weights and running on the treadmill. Mike's concept of total body training has you doing moves that work the whole body at once. I like that.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Peter Tsang TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 24, 2012
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Extreme Burn contains two vigorous, intense, and fast moving workouts. Be prepared to move - the cardio is high impact and sweaty. The sculpting moves are doable, but a few are a little complicated, containing a few parts to the exercises. You need a set of lighter dumbbells and a set of heavier dumbbells.

Each workout contains two sculpting segments, one cardio segment, and one abdominal segment so this has a little more of a sculpting emphasis, (generally preferable for men who want to build a lean body).

Workout # 1 (42:19) Intermediate/advanced - intense
Workout # 2 (45:44) Advanced/advanced plus - more intense

You may also combine the two workouts for an extreme burn.
Workout # 3 (1:22.33) This is over an hour and 22 minutes. By the second workout, this becomes almost unbearable and the arms become fatigued. You have to pace yourself on this long one.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Johnson on February 2, 2012
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First, I have to note- I almost gave this four stars. I didn't love the music. I decided not to give it four stars because the workout is solid and I believe in giving credit where credit is due. So, despite the fact that the music grates on me, I have to admit- the workout is worth it.

I am a former runner, having recently given it up after 25+ years. My knees no longer love the impact, but I still miss the endorphins. I have always loved fitness and push myself as hard as I can, but nothing has come close to giving me that feeling of clean lungs and burning legs that makes me feel amazing and kept me going back for more abuse from running.

As a result, I'll try just about any workout DVD that promises that it's "extreme." Many promise it, and are not extreme for anyone with a decent level of fitness. Many promise it, and are dangerous or beat your body up with plyometric or just tricky moves that provide too great a risk for injury. This one toes the line beautifully and gives a great workout with very little impact. Additionally, I love that there are a couple moves I've never seen before! I'm looking forward to tomorrow and seeing what muscles are sore to get a better sense of just how this workout got into some of the muscles that may have been neglected from my other workouts (which, just for reference, include spinning, elliptical, P90X, Bob Harper, yoga, etc).

It's difficult to categorize this workout as strength or cardio- it isn't intense strength, and it isn't intense cardio, at least not for me. However, I did sweat and my heart rate did get up at times.
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