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Bob Harper: Total Body Transformation [Import]

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Makes you sweat! Feb. 10 2012
Format:DVD
If you like his other DVD's you will like this one as the style is very similar.
The short workout is no joke.
Overall great workout.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gruelling workout! May 13 2013
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Bob is tough and this workout is badass. If you want to be sore the next day to two days after a workout, do this and any other of Bob's workouts. He not only puts your strength and stamina to the test, but also your agility and most of all, your will to change your body. Awesome workout.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed March 23 2013
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I was disappointed with this video as I like Bob on the biggest loser. The workouts are insanely difficult and if you don't have a large exercise place with high ceilings then this is not a good video to have. ,
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5.0 out of 5 stars You can't go wrong with Bob Feb. 28 2013
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As with pretty much all of Bob Harper's 'solo' DVDs (away from BL), you can't go wrong with this DVD. He works you and if it's too much right now or if you are like me and going with the heart rate monitor to stay in a 'zone', then do exactly what still gives you the workout you came to do (just be honest with yourself). All of his on screen team sweat like crazy which can be due to hot studio lights but you know they are working.

Bottom line, you can't go wrong with Bob!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Death By Bob Nov. 29 2011
By BackwoodsBookworm - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I have been exercising 6 days a week, 1 hour per day, for about a year and a half and have kept off over 44 pounds in so doing. I have four of Bob's other DVDs and have purchased and done 15 others of varying intensities and types (cardio, yoga, Pilates, weights, core, etc), as well as doing long-distance walking and hiking in good weather. This is BY FAR the hardest workout I have ever done-even the 10-minute quickie routine left me having a near-Rafael Nadal moment in my living room. I *thought* I was in pretty good shape but this DVD proved otherwise. Not recommended at all for anyone who is a novice exerciser or anyone with serious knee issues as there are NO options given to the moves. Also I would like to see the Geneva Convention take a look at the Turkish get-ups because they are brutal.
36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Want an intense and long workout? Dec 12 2011
By Peter Tsang - Published on Amazon.com
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Bob Harper's "Complete Body Power Transformation," is almost non-stop exercise, with Mr. Harper moving quickly from one exercise to another. There's hardly any time to rest, although he does give you a little pause here and there. He instructs a group of two men and two women. Two sets of dumbbells are used.

Total workout time (about 1 hour)

Warm-up (about 2 minutes)
Cool-down and stretches (about 5 and 1/2 minutes)

Workout (about 52 and 1/2 minutes): So intense & long, this is hard to do in one session, especially if one is doing it for the first time. If you have difficulty completing the workout, here's a little tip: break it into two parts, rest, eat something and do modifications. That's what I did.

The 54 exercices

Single front arm swing
Arm swing with side jump
Snatch series with shoulder press
Shoulder press
Snatch series, with side swing, with shoulder press
Shoulder press
Double arm swing
Cable fly/cross
Biceps curl in squat hold
Lunge with lateral raise

Lunge pulse with extended arms
Lunge hold with lateral pulse
Seated upper body press, to press hold
Run in place
Sprint
Cable fly/cross
Biceps curl in squat hold, to biceps hold
Lunge with front raise, to front hold
Seated upper body press, to press hold
Run in place

Sprint
High to low plyos
Around the world push-ups
Plank
Row
Rear fly
Side burpee
Side plank leg raise
Around the world push-ups
Plank

Row
Rear fly
Row
Weighted jumping jacks
Weighted sumo squats
Squat hold, to lateral raise hold
Plyo sumo squat
Squat hold, to lateral raise hold
Pike plank
Dive bomber

Pike plank shoulder press
Pike plank
Jumping jacks
Prisoner lunge hold, to alternating jump
Russian squat kick
Dive bomber push up on one leg
Prisoner lunge
Russian squat kick
Chair pose
Sumo squat

Dive bomber push up on one leg
Plank
Around the world push ups
Bridge series

I found the Russian squat kicks new and interesting. The around the world push-ups are also new to me.

"Bob Harper: Total Body Transformation" DVD actually contains two workouts. I already reviewed the first one in the above paragraphs. Here's the second one, "Body Power Quck Bonus". One dumbbell is used.

Workout (under 13 and 1/2 minutes): This one starts out with a bang, by running in place, which serves as the warm up.

Run in place
Jumping jacks
Scorpion series
Jumping jacks
Scorpion series
Low jacks
Alternating side scorpion
Plank
Pike shoulder press
Low jacks
Turkish get-ups
Single arm shoulder press
Turkish get-ups
Single arm shoulder press
Low jacks
Chair pose series

Cool-down and stretches (about 45 seconds)

Compared to the longer workout, this shorter workout was easy, but I did avoid doing the Turkish get-ups which I alway find uncomfortable to do.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Toughest ever? Nov. 28 2011
By B. Charp - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Is this the toughest workout I've ever done? no. Is it the toughest workout Bob Harper has put out? Yes. After recently buying Billy Blanks new DVDS this one is not quite as demanding cardio wise. I have all of Jillian DVDS and P90x. The around the world push-ups are difficult. Ilove/hate the variation of lunges with lateral raises. In the workout there are also biceps and shoulder presses while stuck in a squat, weighted jumping jacks, dive bombers, plyo squats, variation of cable flies, and more. At the end of the workout there is a bridge series that really burns. He mentions you can add a weighted ball or a tennis ball between the legs, that really engages the inner thighs and makes the glutes burn so much more. The ten minute workout is really about 14 minutes with a minute stretch. In this workout the toughest moves are the scorpion push-ups into a manuver where you reach for your foot. Also he makes you do sets of low jumping jacks into chair pose hold. BURNS. Great workout!
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tried P90x, Insanity and this is the best video June 15 2012
By Christopher Meyer - Published on Amazon.com
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I have completed P90x, Insanity, Asylum, and Jillian's new workout program and this is probably one of the best videos I have done. I think it does a great job of combining what I like from all the other programs. P90x is great for strength training, but is very slow paced and doesn't incorporate a lot of multiple muscle groups at once. Insanity and Aylum is great for cardio and plyo training, but does little for strength. Jillian's is a good mix of cardio, plyo and strength that works multiple muscles at once, but I found parts of it to be too easy.

This workout provides all of the positives of the above programs. You will use weights throughout along with a variety of push ups so you get the strength. At the same time you will incorporate multiple muscles at once like lunges with lateral raises or squats with cable fly. There is no stopping or waterbreaks in this video either, instead when he wants you to rest you run in place or do weight jumping jacks (this may seem like it is not a break, but compared to what else you are doing you will be thankful).

My only complaint is the last ten minutes of the video. You will focus on your hamstrings and butt which is fine, but it seems like a let down after what you just went through. I like to finish a workout strong, and not on a ten minute bring your heart rate down routine. I would have liked some ab work placed here instead.

I highly recommend the video it will push you to the limit doing exactly what he says throughout offering a way to get off your plateau that you may be in. You will be pouring sweat by the end.

PS poor Angel, having watched him in the Core video he just can't keep up. Did he even consider training for this?
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ouch! April 11 2012
By Poca - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a beginner at working out and I can't even finish the whole video. I can't say anything for someone who works out a lot but this is a great video. I definitely feel it the next day and I definitely feel like I got my money's worth.
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