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Biggest Loser Workout: Cardio Max [Import]

4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Michelle Bridges, Bob Harper, Jillian Michaels, Ajay Rochester, Shannan Ponton
  • Writers: Squeen Holzen
  • Producers: Amanda Scott, David Broome, Mark Koops, Marla Roberts, Matt Westmore
  • Format: Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: Dec 18 2007
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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I like this workout quite a bit - a nice break from sometimes monotonous treadmill, elliptical, weight, etc. workouts. I thought the "buy this with PowerSculpt" was a gimmick at first, but actually they do complement each other nicely. CardioMax is a leg-intensive cardio workout (that sneaks in strength training) and PowerSculpt is a whole-body strength workout (that sneaks in cardio training).

You won't develop big muscles or a ripped body just from doing the workout, but six weeks will make you a lot firmer.

A few quibbles:
- even the first level can be quite challenging if you are new to working out - start slowly!
- the 'warmup' is inadequate in my opinion. I suggest you hop on a stationary bike for 10 minutes before you start, you'll feel better and the workout will probably be more effective too.
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This DVD gives you gradual warm-up and 3 levels of workout. Easy to follow instructions, with something for everyone interested in improving cardio health.
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Bought used DVD version. The DVD looks and plays like brand new. Shipping time was within the time frame . As for the DVD. This DVD is a hard workout! I love this DVD:/)
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424 of 434 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cead384) out of 5 stars One TOUGH workout! Dec 31 2007
By D. Couse - Published on
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Let me preface this by saying I have lost and maintained a nearly 40lb weight loss through eating and working out. I've completed a half marathon, run 20 miles weekly and have done numerous workout DVD's...including the original Biggest Loser DVD and even Jillian's separate workout DVD's. I don't say this to toot my own horn, but to give you a gauge as to how someone who's in good shape views this DVD.

At least I thought I was in good shape until I popped this DVD in. This is a crazy hard workout that will workout every fiber in your body.

Bob starts with Level 1 and gives you 20 minutes of heart pounding, lunge screaming and weight lifting Level 1??

Jillian is next and she doesn't fail at delivering a 10 minute, high intensity level 2 cardio workout. Like I stated earlier, I've got her whole collection of workout DVD's and this 10 minutes with her, is just as bad (good) as a few of the 20 minute DVD's I've got with her.

Bringing up the rear is Kim...and this one is a let down. For a level 3 cardio workout, she barely breaks even with Bob's Level 1. Now, if you do all 3 in a row like I do, then it does get a little tiring at the end with her, but if you just pop in her section for 10 minutes, I don't think you'd be pushing yourself very hard. In my own opinion, the workout difficulty would have gone Kim, Jillian and then those jumping lunges and tell me that's not Level 3 cardio!

All in all, this is a great workout DVD to add to your collection. The ability to customize your workouts is great and the some of the moves are new and I've never done them before.

Start 2008 off right and lay down the cash for this. You won't be disappointed in the workout it gives you.
300 of 310 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cead5d0) out of 5 stars Future Big Loser April 8 2008
By Meghan L. Mclaurin - Published on
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So I am hugely overweight, and just had a baby. I thought that I would give this video a try, and I LOVE it. I am still on the level 1 work out, but am getting better every day. I can now do the whole 30 minute level 1 work out. Next week I am going to be adding level 2. In only 2 1/2 weeks I have lost 14 inches and 12 lbs. Now I still have 80 to go, but it is a good start. Bob does the level 1, and he keeps me motivated thru the whole work out. Right when I think I am about to die, he starts counting down, and tells me I can do it, and I believe him. Rather than sitting on my couch hoping the Biggest Loser comes and casts me, I decided that the more logical option would be to bring the biggest loser trainers to me. I would recommend this to everyone, from those who only have 10 lbs to lose to people like me who have 50+.
120 of 131 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cead594) out of 5 stars Pretty good :-) Dec 24 2007
By Little Miss Cutey - Published on
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As you can tell by the cover, this workout is led by the three Biggest Loser trainers, Bob, Jillian and Kim. They are all outgoing and motivating and in this 50 minute workout, you will definately burn calories.
You can play any segment in any order which I like to avoid boredom, or you can choose some of the challenging premixes. Bob leads a bootcamp segment where you can do the moves with or without weights to make it tougher if you want. Jillian doesn't mess around with her high intensity drills. They are tough, but stick to it for a while and it will get easier. Then at the end, Kim does kickboxing (which really gets your heart rate up). Some of seasons 3 and 4 are here too and they look great.
I like this workout because it's tough and yet fun and I've only done it once so far, but I'm still feeling it and can't wait to try it again because I know it will get easier and it's a definate calorie and fat burner.
55 of 58 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cead888) out of 5 stars Great Motivational Tool! April 6 2008
By E. Watts - Published on
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I have been using this tape for about 1 month now and I have managed to loose like the biggest losers, 32lbs in one month....
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cead8e8) out of 5 stars Excellent, except..... May 12 2008
By SZA - Published on
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I think several of the excellent reviews have established that this is definitely a challenging workout even for those of us who think that we are in relatively good shape. I think this is a great workout if you've hit a plateau--it's definitely helping me and inspite of the negatives I'm going to list, I still am using it because the positives definitely outweigh the negatives. You will feel parts of your glutes and quads for several days!!
The reasons I didn't give it 5-stars are as follows.
Cardio level 1: Bob is great with the routines--they are definitely challenging. Just like the previous Biggest Loser workout, there's no sense of 'being in sinc'--I just choose my pace and stick with it because nobody keeps up with the music--not that the music is much to begin with. I am also used to the 'mirror image' concept, i.e, when the trainer says got to your right they are actually going to their left so both the viewer and participants are going in the same direction. Not so here--you have to pay attention if you want to stay somewhat syncronized.
Level 2: Jillian is quite relentless and you get no breaks for 10 solid minutes. No major problems here.
Level 3: This is the disappointing one. As noted in other reviews, it's not harder than the other two levels--I am honestly a little grateful for that because I don't think I could do it if it was harder--after the first two levels, my legs are protesting big time. It does get a little hard towards the end. I found Kim irritating. She appears unnaturally happy. I counted 6-8 times that she repeated, 'This is your cardio session/workout'--it gets very annoying. I am a big Turbo Jam fan so I found the kickboxing routines somewhat awkward at times. In one of the routines, you have to watch your knees if you are on carpet otherwise you could twist them causing injury.
All in all, definitely worth buying.