Billy Blanks: Tae Bo Platinum Collection
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Billy Blanks is bringing you the ultimate in cardiovascular and strength training with Tae Bo Platinum Collection. This collection mixes the best of the original Tae Bo moves, along with rejuvenated cardio routines and focused abdominal training, creating a full body workout that will get you slimming down and powering up. Put your balance, coordination, and stamina to the test while toning and strengthening through four targeted workouts.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.75 inches; 2.88 Ounces
- Item model number : 13132624129
- Director : Not Available
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
- Run time : 4 hours and 18 minutes
- Release date : August 26, 2014
- Actors : Billy Blanks
- Studio : Starz / Anchor Bay
- ASIN : B00KE77JJ4
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #10,126 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Cardio Explosion: 54 minutes
Insane Abs: 51 minutes
Ripped Extreme: 62 minutes
Max Intensity: 62 minutes
I have done each excercise on the DVD multiple times now and can say that once you get the moves down (that took me just 2 workouts) it is a really good cardio burn.
I'm 40 and would say that I'm in Moderate to Good Shape (I do about 4-5 hours of exercise in a week)
Cardio Explosion: This was a good introduction to the DVD it focused mainly on getting your heart rate up and doing active recovery. It has some combo moves that were fun but not too difficult to figure out. This ~50 min workout with stretching and I burn anywhere from 400-450 calories.
Insane Abs: I've only done this one 2x because I do a lot of ab work in other cardio programs. (I think it was ~35 minutes total) It was nice to do some standing ab stuff though and it was okay but I found some of the techniques dated and since I do so many other ab things this isn't a workout I'll use.
Ripped Extreme: I liked this one. It is half high intensity cardio an half strength training. It took me a few tries to figure out which weights I should be using for my skill level. I needed heavier weights for a few things and lighter for some of the arm/shoulder moves that seemed to go on forever. I would say most people should have a few different weight options between 2-10 lbs for most people since it is a lot of reps.
Max Intensity: This is actually my favorite on the DVD. It is a really good cardio burn for me and after I got the moves down I could easily keep my heart rate between 150-180 for the cardio portion. There is a warm up and cool down stretching but other than that it is go go go with burst of cardio to keep your heart rate up and spiking when needed. In the ~60 min workout I steadily burn between 600-650 calories.
I have a DVD player that is about 5-7 years old and I sometimes have the hardest time getting this DVD to load. I have had this issue only a few other times on some very cheaply made DVDs. All my other workout DVDs work great and I don't have any issues. It is just this one that can sometimes take me up to 3-5 minutes to get working if it isn't already loaded. This is a problem as I swap out my exercise DVDs often.
Note: I have a PS4 and another DVD player that it loads right away but on my Sony DVD player that is 5-7 years old I have the problems stated above.
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Only part I don't care for is when you have to jump, because I live in an apartment so I can't make too much noise. In that case I just step along until the jumping part is done.