Personal Training With Jackie: Xtreme Timesaver Training
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Named one of the five best workout DVDs of 2010 on Self.com
Television star Jackie Warner is known for sculpting some of the best bodies. Her renowned workouts command up to $400 per hour. Now you can experience Jackie’s personal training at home with Xtreme TimeSaver Training.
You don’t need hours in the gym to get the body you’ve always wanted. Jackie has designed a highly-effective, complete head-to-toe circuit workout that’s just 30 minutes. Wondering how that’s possible? By using compound moves to train multiple muscle groups at one time, Jackie has cut your workout time in half. This is Xtreme Efficiency! Besides toning your entire body more quickly, engaging more muscles means you are automatically torching extra calories with every minute. Plus, these compound moves drive your body straight into the cardio zone—giving you both strength training AND cardio at once. It’s like two workouts in one. Busy people don’t have time to target one muscle group at a time or do separate cardio. If time is of the essence and fat loss is your goal, this is your workout. Give Jackie 30 minutes a day three times per week and she’ll give you a triplethreat body: lean, strong and totally sculpted!
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I initially purchased "This is Why You're Fat", which is one of Jackie's books. I noticed a friend of mine had lost a lot of weight and had gotten into working out and running and they said this was the book that changed their life. Then I figured maybe I'd try one of Jackie's workouts and stumbled upon this one. After reading all of the reviews that said it really makes you sweat and that you'll need lighter weights than you thought you'd need, I figured it MUST work. Well, I've only done the workout one time but I can tell already that it WILL work. I have no doubts in my mind. Every move engages multiple muscle groups and I could almost immediately feel my legs quivering. I started off using light hand weights for a couple of the moves but knew I had to put them down and modify for at least the first week or so. I made it through about 24 minutes of the video before making it through only about half of the reps of everything after that point. If you are using proper form, you will feel most of these moves running through muscles in both your arms and legs and often your core. This is a huge plus for me as I flipping HATE crunches and find them to be incredibly boring and a waste of time. I've always had much better luck with thinning my waistline by doing other types of core exercises.
Now whether or not you'll like the format of this video... well.... I found that I was getting sick of it by about 24-25 minutes in, but that's because every move was completely exhausting. It started to feel like it was never going to end. If I have one complaint about this DVD, that is it. However, for me, I know this is what I need. I need lots of reps with lighter weight to build lean muscle, not shorter sets with heavy weight. The moves were only slightly confusing to me at first, but that's only because I'm super uncoordinated. I'd say the vast majority of people would understand the moves almost immediately.
I plan on using this DVD every other day and alternating it with 30 minute runs outside on the other days. I plan on reporting back in another month or so to update on what progress I've made with this.
I am SORE after doing this workout and I love it.
I am also seeing RESULTS!
My arms are getting toned...I was doing my hair the other day, lifted my arms to style some bangs with bobby-pins and my left bicep flexed and I was like "WHOA"
My sides/flanks are getting toned also...
I like the way that the workout is done.
The other videos that I use are with a trainer who is known for being aggressive and very funny which is fine but I like the change in personality with this one.
Jackie has a softer tone when speaking and training.
The work out is STILL tough but she is not as "in your face" like the other trainer that I watch.
Plus in this video she does an exercise and then moves on to a different one which is a change from doing repetitions of the same exercise.
I enjoy repetitions as well but some times doing repetitions can be dreadful especially during a really hard exercise.
I will fear doing the second, third and especially fourth round.
Therefore, I find that this Timesaver Training video is great for me because I can see the finish line a lot faster.
My main beef with this workout is the boring factor. I find the way Jillian Michaels structures her 30 minute programs to be fast and interesting. Before you know it, the workout is done. Somehow, the way Jackie structured this video makes it seem endless. I may still end up using it once in a while, because as I said before, I believe it is effective. I may still try out another one of her videos. Any suggestions?