Jillian Michaels Ripped In 30 Review
What You Should Know
Jillian Michaels is known as one of the trainers on The Biggest Loser. Through the years, she has assisted countless people lose weight and keep the weight off. Her next venture is Jillian Michaels Ripped in 30. The fitness program is a 30-day fitness and diet plan created to assist dieter with weight management concerns as well as help dieters improve overall health and wellness.
List of Ingredients
Fitness DVD incorporating healthy eating in order to maximize weight loss.
Jillian Michaels Ripped in 30 is a 30-day diet and fitness plan designed to jump start your weight loss and improve overall health and wellness. You will receive the DVD as well as dietary advice. The dietary advice is available online and is available to use with your smartphone or tablet. You have access to an online community as well as Michaels. A bonus of the DVD is the interval system. Michaels incorporates interval training in order to shed fat. The system is three-minutes of strength training, two-minutes of cardiovascular training and one-minute of abdominal work.
We noticed the fitness plan is rather extreme. Although the DVD offers a modifier, you will notice the routine is filled with jumps, kicks and squats. This is potentially dangerous for individuals not accustomed to exercising on a regular basis. We also noticed there are no “days off” in the program. You will need to exercise daily for the duration of the program.
- The fitness routines are approximately 24 minutes long.
- She incorporates healthy eating into the DVD.
- The program is approximately 30-days long.
- She uses interval training in the DVD.
- The DVD is inexpensive.
- The fitness routine is extreme.
- The fitness routine is not meant for long-term success.
Jillian Michaels is considered America’s toughest trainer. Her style is in your face and she can be relentless. She motives are to get you in the best shape of your life. Her Ripped in 30 DVD is not for the faint of heart. She takes you on a rollercoaster ride of fitness in 30 minutes. This is the new trend in fitness. She takes a 45-60 minute routine and backs it into 30 minutes. The concern we noticed is the intensity of the fitness routines. The average dieter may not have the opportunity to keep up with the moves. Even when individuals follow the modifier, you are still jumping, squatting and kicking. This is potentially a deterrence to the average dieter attempting to incorporate fitness into your weight management plan.