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S.W.A.T. Workout: Ultimate Body Definition

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S.W.A.T. Workout Ultimate Body Definition

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from USA, Indiana

Comments about S.W.A.T. Workout: Ultimate Body Definition:

This is a great workout for totally body toning. What I like about this workout is you perform a lot of reps while using light hand weights. This format is just like Jari Love Ripped Series and I really like those workout dvds as well. The fitness instructor in this particular workout dvd is Tom Stroup. I like his training style and he he knows how to get me motivated to complete the entire workout without any boredom factor.

This workout starts off with a warm up that is kind of lengthy lasting around 12 minutes. There is a total of 2 workouts on this dvd which are: ultimate body definition and power cut. The ultimate body definition workout is around 25 minutes long and the power cut workout is 15 minutes long.

The only workout equipment needed is a set of light hand weights. This is a tough workout and I sweat throughout the entire workout. There are times where I do take breaks but I always resume with the workout.

I wish this workout was a bit longer in length but overall I am very happy with this product.

 
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Lighter Weight Higher Rep Dumbbell Workout

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from Bevery Hills, CA

Comments about S.W.A.T. Workout: Ultimate Body Definition:

Commander Tom Stroup, 2008

This is a 35 minute all strength workout. Tom (an actual SWAT team commander) leads with a bunch of super fit "pretty" ladies working out with him. This dvd has an added warmup and cooldown that the TV release didnt. Tom and group only uses one set of LIGHT dumbbells but I would recommend a variety. There are police vehicles and traffic barricades in the background. There is aslo a 10 minute mostly cardio bonus workout on the dvd. Its basically an abbreviated version of the SWAT Fat Burning Workout.

The workout is not as well rounded as I would have hoped. There are lots of pushups and bicycle crunches-though I didnt feel it my abs by the end of the workout. There is more upper body than lower body work in this dvd and he only does one move for the back and its combined with a tricep kickback so the poundage didnt do much for my back muscles.

The warmup is not cardio-they are using dumbbells doing some of the same moves that are in the main workout. I just used my light dumbbells and went with it. Some of the exercises include: bicep curls & variation, overhead press, tricep kickbacks, overhead tricep extensions, lat raises, pushups, bicycle crunches. The only lower body work is: 2 sets of squats w/ tempo variation and 2 sets of lunges on each side with tempo variation.

This workout is hard to rate-I would say low intermediate. I heavied up as much as possible and did feel my muscles being worked. I wouldnt go w/ the 5 lbers Tom & group are using-I wouldnt have felt a thing. He does go pretty fast on a lot of the move so I did slow my pace a bit to accomidate my heavier dumbbells. This is a good workout but not one I see myself reaching for often. For me, it just didnt have anything special about it. I will probably keep the dvd though because I like the bonus 10 minute cardio portion on it.

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