The Biggest Loser: 6 Week Cardio Crush 2013 NR CC

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Whether just beginning or ready to take your fitness up a notch, this six-week program provides three pound-shedding workouts designed to beat the bulge one intensity level at a time.

Starring:
Bob Harper,Dolvett Quince
Runtime:
1 hour, 3 minutes

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Product Details

Director Cal Pozo
Starring Bob Harper, Dolvett Quince
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Phoenix Sinclair on January 1, 2014
Format: DVD
Picked up this DVD thinking that, for the price, I had nothing to lose. I've been working out most of my adult life and had been doing spin class at a gym three days a week and running on a treadmill and lifting weights two days. A couple of years ago I did the entire 90 days of P90X. In June of '13 a personal life issue arose which kept me out of the gym and mostly sedentary for six months, after which I was ten pounds heavier and had zero motivation. I'm 5' 5" and currently weigh 145 lbs,

Since this is a Biggest Loser DVD, I suspected it would be geared to people who are seriously overweight, and thought I'd probably jump right in on Level 3. Fortunately, I decided to check out Level 1 first. This workout is tough! Did I mention I used to teach aerobics back in the 80s? I had no idea that you can incorporate lunges, weights and push ups in such a way that you maintain aerobic intensity sufficient to burn fat, but, I'm now a believer! I appreciate that the cast are real people, and not all svelte athletes. When I find myself flagging, I remind myself that these folks still have more than fifteen pounds to lose (my goal) and are hanging in there, which gives me the motivation to push through my desire to ease off. I've been doing Level 1 for four days now and can finally lift my arms without too much pain. I still need to push off with my hands when getting out of a chair and am walking stiffly, but I can feel my legs, glutes and lats getting stronger already. Very pleasantly surprised.
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28 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Baumgart on January 10, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Let me start off by saying that I don't normally write reviews (actually, this is my first time), but I am a workout DVD junkie, and really felt the need to write one for this. I have been working out for 2 years now with multiple DVD's such as Biggest Loser CardioMax, Boot Camp, Jillian Michael's BFBM, 30DS, and Bob Harper's Total Body Transformation, Cardio, ect. I have done MANY.

Anyways, when I ordered this DVD I was worried, as it didn't have any reviews yet, and the Biggest Loser DVD's tend to be a little too easy for me. But, was I surprised! This kicked my butt. Let me just say, if you are not a fan of push-ups, you may want to avoid. There are many different types/sets of push-ups throughout this DVD. You will see burpees. 90 seconds of them, actually. Miserable. (I forgot to mention, I did all 3 levels on day 1)

I liked this DVD as it uses both your body and dumbells for strengethening while giving you a really good cardio workout. Overall, I really like this DVD. And am pleasantly surprised at how tough it is.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By SimplyStated on March 31, 2014
Format: DVD
I was looking for a workout dvd for days when it's too cold to go out or there's no snow to shovel. (I count that as cardio.) Spring and summer I'm usually outdoors, so that's not an issue. I prefer workouts that have real people doing the exercises, not where everybody is already in shape and they use one of those people as a modifier. I chose this dvd based on that and because as I've seen from the show, I figured their workouts would be effective.

Cons: In this dvd, I felt there was too much "lunge-squat-pushup-repeat" going on. I understand you have to do those exercises to strengthen certain muscles, but it got boring (and annoying) quick. The grunting, too. I know that's how people work through the reps, but it was annoying too.

Pros: There's a feature where you can choose to have the instructor's voice present or not. I had to have the voice so I'd know the cues. I figure once you have the dvd long enough to know the cues, you wont need the instruction (but the music is boring.) I also liked the option to choose if I wanted to do a full workout or certain segments. There's real people on it, which I can relate to.
There's not a lot of extra equipment to buy. Just have some dumbbells if you want to add some intensity.

All in all, if you don't mind the lunges and such and it doesn't have to be a "fun" workout, it may be for you. The workout will have you sweating and hurting, but it was too boring for me.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By eighty-eight on August 31, 2014
Format: DVD
Just finished level one today. It was really tough. I consider myself in pretty good shape, but had to stop for a break a couple of times. I wanted a DVD that is cardio intensive to replace days when I don't get in a run; let me say I really do not like cardio DVD's, but this one delivers. Definitely got my heart rate up in a fat-burning zone and kept it there!

PROS: Great warm up, fun moves that get you warmed up and ready to go. I like Bob Harper as a workout leader. He is tough, but I like his personality. He is not a jerk and doesn't say annoying things to the cast. LOVED that it had real folks working out! This is probably my favorite part - some folks occasionally fell out of the moves or stopped for a breath, which makes it seem very real.

CONS: As another reviewer mentioned, it is really squat/push-up intensive. I would have like to have seen a little more variety. If you have any knee issues, level one is not for you. (Not sure about the other levels). Also, I like workouts better if the instructor is working too; as much as I like Bob Harper, he does walk around more than working out with the group.
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