10 Ms: Ultimate Bootcamp
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We have the solution for you—the 10 Minute Solution! Everyone can find at least 10 minutes in their day, and we’ve developed five different boot camp routines that are just 10 minutes each. These powerful little workouts fit into even the busiest of schedules. Split them into five separate workouts, mix and match your favorites to fit your schedule each day, or do them all together for the ultimate boot camp experience!
Fat Fighting Skills & Drills
This interval workout uses high intensity cardio drills to help you develop skills like speed, agility and coordination while turning your body into a lean, mean, fat-burning machine.
Ultimate Upper Body Training
Maximize your results with functional integrated upper body strength training performed at a calorie-burning pace to get your arms, shoulders and back into peak condition.
Ultimate Lower Body Training
If it’s your mission to have lethal legs and sculpted buns, enroll in this specially targeted boot camp. These powerful moves will tighten, tone and slim your lower body—in all the right places!
Ultimate Total Body Training
Calling all troops: it’s time to get fighting fit. This total body training session uses power, strength and endurance moves to get you into top form fast!
Six Pack Ab Attack
Whip your waistline into shape with these fat-burning, belly-blasting exercises that will help you win the battle of the bulge once and for all.
A set of dumbbells and a mat or towel are recommended.
About The Instructor:
A certified wellness coach and fitness lifestyle expert, Jessica Smith (www.jessicasmith.tv) has over 10 years experience in the fitness industry. She holds certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine, Aerobics and Fitness Association of America, and Powerhouse Pilates.
Top Customer Reviews
Fat Fighting Skills & Drills
You start with high knee moves to get warmed up, but you can vary the workout by not making the moves as big. The moves in this section start with running in place, high knees, running around around an imaginary cone, skate taps and jumps, basic jumping jacks in place and traveling, "5 dot" drills, side to side jumps, side shuffles, squat thrusts and jacks, ski jumps. Then, she moves on to obstacle course moves. These are jumping through imaginary tires, "agility ladder," running in place, "flipper jacks," butt kicks, and "going through the trenches." Finally she ends with basic jacks, "fast feet," and moving planks.
Ultimate Total Body Training
This section focuses on "functional moves just like they do in basic training." You will need a set of dumbells "heavy enough to really challenge your muscles" and a mat. I used 5 pounds because it was my first time doing the DVD. Jessica starts with squats and arm stretches to warm up. The first move combines squats and military presses. Second, stack the dumbells in one hand to "create an imaginary sandbag" and do lunges and rows on one side.Read more ›
Now, I have to take responsibility for a large chunk of that. I suppose a 40-year-old, out of shape, inflexible person should think twice about a video entitled "Ultimate Bootcamp". There are small portions of nearly every workout that I literally can't do at all (such as walking on my elbows in plank position), and larger portions that, while I can do them, I breathe so hard trying to keep up I sound like a dysfunctional 1940 Hoover vacuum cleaner. Because of this, I end up skipping chunks of the workout, or simply jogging in place, and I'm sure I'm not getting nearly the full benefit of the workout.
But, of course, that's me. If you're contemplating this video, you are hopefully more self-aware and realistic about your capabilities and limitations.
Nonetheless, I think that even if I were in better shape and actually capable of doing the full workouts, I don't think I would enjoy this video. There's really nothing fun about this video - it is sheer punishment from start to finish. If that's what you like in a workout, this video is for you. The video definitely maximizes every second of the brief workouts and, assuming you are able to complete them, you should probably notice results very quickly. For me, however, I need to enjoy working out in order to stick with it long enough to experience results and this video just didn't do it for me.
I also did not connect well with Jessica Smith as an instructor - I just didn't find her engaging or supportive, but rather scolding and preachy.Read more ›
I have another Jessica Smith DVD so I knew I liked her. It is fast paced.
I had a problem with one of the upper body moves, the triceps reach caused my elbow to pop, didn't hurt but wasn't pleasant. I substituted another triceps move for that one.
If you have experience with this kind of workout go for it. If you don't I wouldn't start working out on this DVD because it is fast paced and some of the moves are more sophisticated, plus it uses weights. If you are a basic beginner stick with Smith, she's pleasant and easy to follow, but pick another DVD. You can work up to this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I feel some of the moves are done too fast /not appropriate for the timing of the bootcamp. This certainly takes very little consideration of those that cannot move as easily as a... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Reddly~
Five 10 min routines.
I mix skills and drills and total body (20 min).
or Upper, lower, abs (30 min). Read more
Really like the 10 minute workouts, you can add one to five workouts, depending on how you feel that day. She is good, a little fast paced, but you can keep up with her.Published 13 months ago by Tanya Bathon
wonderful video. the workouts are intense and expect to be drenched in sweat! I have bought this video time and again.Published 14 months ago by liliya
Even though I feel she tried to kill me, this is one of the best work outs that I have ever had. I am recommending this video to my sister even.Published 15 months ago by Amanda