Biggest Loser 2
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All you need to get started is a fair bit of room, weights, a stability ball and you can opt to use a medicine ball if you have one. Overall, it's a great workout that is made better by the customisation which I love. I really like it and have found already in the while since I've gotten this, that I'm feeling good. Hope you love it too.
I was glad that Matt and Suze from season 2 were in the DVD. I was happy to see Eric, too, since he is the only season 3 cast member that I liked because he wasn't creating drama, whining, or crying constantly.
One of the big problems I have with this video is the menu. The text is very tiny, and I can barely see it with my 20/20 vision. The workouts are called one thing on the back of the DVD case, and another on the menu screen. For instance, "Low Intensity Cardio" on the case is "CardioMax" on the menu, which is very confusing. "Low" and "Max" are two different things. The workouts on the screen menu are also listed in a different order than they are on the case. The option of doing a workout without the trainer is an option, but I would also like the option of doing it without the music.
I thought the warm-up was good, and the functional flexibility actually made me a little sore the day after doing it, which was surprising, seeing as how you don't sweat during it and it's low/no impact. I didn't think the boot camp was as difficult as the first DVD's. I am tired of the same old standbys of squats, lunges, and plies, and this DVD is packed with them, especially in the Power Sculpt for Women, High Intensity Cardio for Men, and the High Intensity Cardio for Women (although I do like the plyos in this section and my heart definitely works). I liked the Power Sculpt for Men, and I wish the women were working out with weights in their segments. I barely broke a sweat in the Low Intensity Cardio segment, so I had to modify it to get my heart rate up.Read more ›
With this DVD, you mix and match all the parts to make a workout that fits into your schedule. It's great for folks who don't have a lot of time, and just need to sneak a really intense, short workout in, as the longest "chunk" is only 15 minutes long. Besides the warm-up/cool down, there are segments for Cardio (low impact OR high impact for either men or women), strength training (Bob's Boot Camp OR weight training for either men or women), and flexibility.
All of the segments are very challenging, no matter what your fitness level. The weight lifting and high intensity cardio segments are always shown with easier adaptations of the moves, and Kim and Bob even show ways to make the moves harder if you need a bigger challenge. I always end up dripping sweat when I'm done (if you don't want to sweat, skip this and go for a walk outside), and feeling AMAZING. You WILL feel the burn with this workout! Be forewarned though, there are A LOT of squats and lunges, so if you have joint problems, you should talk to your Doc or just skip this.
The best part, I think, is the fact that the contestants are the ones doing the workouts. You're not watching 6 super thin/super buff people do the moves perfectly without ever breaking a sweat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found this very easy to follow for both beginners and pros. It has different paces in case you need to slow down and not go so intense. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer
Great DVD! We are using it during our lunch breaks and loving it. Thank you!Published 5 months ago by Elizabeth Burns
This DVD has workouts for everybody and you can make it shorter or longer, depending on your time availabilty. I like the chapters menu and the combinations one can make. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Daisy
I was very satisfied with my DVD. It was delivered on time.Published 15 months ago by Alicia Holmes
Just a side note... I have never actually watched The Biggest Loser, I just saw good reviews on the DVD's and started buying them :-)
I really liked the first DVD so I... Read more