Prevention: Drop It In 30!

Chris Freytag
Year Released: 2006

Categories: Circuit Training (cardio and weights)

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I just wanted to add to what Lindseylu8 already said: I felt this was set up well for the first workout to be beginner, and the second workout to be more intermediate. They progressed nicely. You can also Play All and do it as one 40 minute workout.



This dvd has two 20 minute cardio workouts on it. Both workouts are led by Chris with 2 background exercisers, one shows the beginner/ low impact modifications. The set is bright and open with colored glass in the background. You wont need any equipment for this workout. There is also a seperate warmup, cooldown, and some bonus tips in another section.

The first workout "Fat Burning" is pretty good and the choreo is pretty simple. She says she starts with a funcitonal (basic cardio move) and then adds a dance flair. That turned me off at first, but its really not dancy. A fitness dance lover would probably be dissapointed but being a non dancer I was happy that the moves were basically a basic cardio move w/ a bit of flair added to them. If you are not a fan of TIFTing (take it from the top), you may not like this. She does a move, adds a move, repeat, add, repeat, etc. I am not a TIFTer but this one flowed well and was fine and not overly repetitive IMO.

The second workout "Metabolism Booster" was more my cup of tea-athletic moves with higher intensity intervals mixed in. She does a lot of sporty moves (soccer kicks, shooting the basketball, etc) then adds in the higher intensity bursts (shuffling back and forth, fast feet, jump rope, etc). I really like this workout and worked up a nice sweat and certainly burned some calories here. I did add in a lot more arm movements & wore weighted gloves but with those mod's I got a GREAT workout!

These workouts adapt well to the rebounder (metabolism booster in particular), and are easy to modify up (or down) to suit your needs. If you are on the lookout for a short cardio workout-this is a good choice. Chris is a good lead, maybe a bit too smiley, but otherwise good and cues well. Simple choreo but not boring. Good vareity in a short amount of time.