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JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (74,734)
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6/18/13 1:41 P

You could have got in on youtube for free.

I did it awhile back. I prefer Ripped in 30, it's a bit more challenging but the 30 Day Shred is good for a beginner. I would recommend using as heavy weights as you can. Doesn't matter if you can't finish one of her sets (especially when first beginning a level) because that means you're reaching muscle exhaustion. You will build strength faster if you use challenging weights.

None of these videos are better than having a proper compound exercise routine involving challenging weights/resistance. You'll get faster/better results if you push yourself to muscle fatigue each set in 4-10 reps performing compound exercises like; deadlifts, pull ups, push ups, lunges, squats, rows etc. Most of these videos involve light weights and high reps which is essentially just cardio.

JENSTRESS Posts: 1,237
6/18/13 12:28 P

I have done it, and it is fun. It is a nice 20+ minute workout that gets my heart pumping! I have also done her Ripped in 30 and Burn Fat Boost Metabolism. All are similar in intensity and work. I really have enjoyed them all!

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (56,917)
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6/18/13 9:36 A

FATBOTTOMGIRL44 Posts: 3
6/18/13 8:27 A

Im eagerly awaiting delivery of the 30 day shred fitness CD.

Does anyone do this?

Any feedback as to results, tips, etc...?

Thanks


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