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X-TrainFit At Home Workout - Women's Complete Fitness - 8 DVDs
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X-TrainFit At Home Training is a high intensity fitness program that is designed to be completed within the privacy of your own home or on the road. Very little equipment is just a set of dumbbells or exercise bands.
Over 12 weeks, you will use the 8 intense workouts on the 8 DVDs to shred fat and sculpt and tone muscle. Don't wory ladies, you won't be bulking up, you'll be building a slimmer, fitter you.
Each video demonstrates a modified level of difficulty throughout ranging from level 1 for beginners to level 4 for advanced users. You can pick a modification level that challenges you then try and push it to the next level when ready. You will complete the videos with varying frequency and in varying order depending on the period of the program you are in as outlined in the quick start guide provided.Workouts - 12 Weeks of Intensity
Circuit Burnout is a body sculpting routine that provides a full-body workout using a combination of cardio and toning to get the maximum result. 81 Mins
Cardio an intense cardio workout designed to burn calories and fat. 54 Mins
Hard Core builds the six pack abs that are the billboard for every great looking body. 54 Mins
Chest & Back sculpts the upper-torso into the physique you have always wanted. 63 Mins
XTF Legs strengthens and tones the lower body while building lean muscle. 53 Mins
XTF Arms focuses on building lean and defined arms, as well as toned shoulders. 49 Mins
Yoga builds strength and flexibility in a relaxing and meditative flow that aids in muscle recovery. 42 Mins
Top Customer Reviews
I thought the program might be too tough for me. I was pretty out of shape. I'm also a little older and have a few joint issues.
The modification levels demonstrated allowed me to start out at an easier level and build myself up to the most challenging levels. I did not use the resources on their website or track my workouts at first and that was a mistake as I had a hard time staying motivated (as always), once I read through the training guide though and shared my fitness test with them online, I started using the guide and following the tips they provided me and it made a huge difference. I did the whole program with a small assortment of 5-15lb dumbbells I already had, and an old yoga mat. You will also need about a 6x12 feet you can comfortably move around in.
I managed to get through the whole 12 week program and have seen a real difference. I feel better than I have in ages and have a lot more energy.
Here are the problems I personally have with these DVDs: The woman, Stephanie, who is the leader of 6 of the DVDs, keeps repeating the same thing over and over again, to the point of annoying repetition. For example, she'll say, "I'm sweating like a sinner on a Sunday", several times throughout the various DVDs. The first time you hear it, it may be funny, but not over and over again. She also continuously put down the other people working out on the set, and perhaps she was trying to be witty, but it didn't come off that way to me - it was just annoying! Also, her horse laugh is prevalent and grading on the nerves throughout the DVDs. She also kept saying, "I can't count", because she continuously messed up on the count downs. She then would say something like, "I don't know which direction to move, and I have a Kiniseology background". Then she'll stop and stare at you, and make some snort sound . . . followed by that horse laugh.
One more thing. This same woman thinks it's funny to go up behind various people when they're doing squats, and then say something like, "Pretend you're outside, and you gotta pee, and you don't want it to get on you . . . so stick out your butt as far as possible".Read more ›
The yoga is exactly as described: meditative and relaxing (not strenuous at all).
My only problems with the rest are: - repetitive routines (3 times or more the same stuff, even if "pyramid-ed")
- horrible music (but can be opted out)
- total "mom and pop" feel as far as the professional quality of the DVDs goes.
Good points: Finally "normal-looking" people putting the rest of us to shame! They may not look like the current hot trainers, but they deliver, are motivating, with good pointers, and are fun.
Overall, I am happy with this set. It comes with a very nice booklet outlining diet tips, exercise and form recommendations, and a journal + chart to keep track of progress.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my third set of videos from Stephanie, after completing XTF Max: Find Your Shape and the XTFMax: One on One. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Sophia R.
I'll be honest I kind of have a love/hate relationship with these dvds. The workouts are long, but they do get results when combined with a calorie deficit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by shadow2soul
I absolutely love this workout, Stephanie is fun and engaging and keeps you going but not in a mean way. She keeps me laughing and smiling and helps me want to just get it done. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Carl
My favorite workout series! Old fashioned type workouts. No fuss. Quick sessions for when you have about 30 minutes to work out.Published 5 months ago by jody smith
A solid workout, but it looks like a home video made in a gym with a tripod and camera. You can hear the instructor, but it is sorely lacking motivational music. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Loves to buy books!
So I decided to write a review for this set due to some of the poor reviews. I Have been working with this set for some time on and off. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carly
This workout set is the worst set of DVD's I have ever purchased and here is why. The trainer Stephanie Oram runs her mouth excessively throughout the workout, she talks more than... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Karyn O.