Jillian Michaels: Ripped In 30 (Widescreen)

Jillian Michaels: Ripped In 30 (Widescreen)
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Get ripped with America's Toughest Trainer! Jillian Micheals' new DVD "Ripped in 30" is a comprehensive 30-day diet and exercise plan designed to get you in the best shape of your life! "Ripped in 30" is comprised of four 24-minute workouts based on Jillian's best selling body shredding 3-2-1 interval system: 3 minutes of strength, 2 minutes of cardio and 1 minute of abs. Each incredible routine has fresh, fun new moves that progress in difficulty over a four-week period (a new workout each week). You'll start with workout level 1 and advance to workout level 4. Jillian also shows modified moves for both beginners and advance athletes in each workout. All you have to do to get sick, insane, crazy, amazing results fast is stick with the "Ripped in 30" diet and exercise program for 30 days. Get ready to get ripped.

Read an excerpt from Jillian's new book "Unlimited: How to Build an Exceptional Life".


Starring: Jillian Michaels
Studio Name: Gaiam America
DVD Release Date: 03/01/2011
Rating: Not Rated
Format: DVD
Screen Format: Widescreen
Run Time (in minutes): 136 minutes
Language: English
Audio Tracks: AC, Stereo
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.14
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 0.5 x 5.5 x 7.44

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Customer Reviews | 59 reviews | 4.8 out of 5

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she's amazing!!

Customer review by annette79h

5.0 stars by annette79h

I recently started my weight loss journey and chose this dvd as my daily workout. A couple of friends come over every day mon-fri and we get our butts worked!! lol As a sedetary person, this is not too hard for me. It is definately challenging, which is what I need. Jillian explains and shows everything, you will have no problem following along. The moves are controlled and you use every muscle in your body. I just finished week 3 and I feel amazing!! I definately see a change in my body, especially my "muffin top"- its almost gone!!! I have about 40 lbs I want to lose and am in no way "fit" so if you're worried that you have to be an athlete to do this dvd, DONT because you can!! She has one helper showing the advanced way and another helper showing the beginner way to do the moves. She is so motivating through out the work out and its only about 25 min long which leaves you no excuse to not have time! I cant wait to try her other dvd's!!! And for less than $10 its completely worth it!!!

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Prescott, AZ
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
Ripped in 30

Customer review by RCJMsMom

5.0 stars by RCJMsMom

I am a mom of four and was wanting to tone up. This video had me sweating within minutes and could definitely feel it the next day. It's short and to the point which is exactly what i need with four boys!

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Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
Intense/Crazy Moves! Rough on Knees!!

Customer review by WorkinItOut31

4.0 stars by WorkinItOut31

I am on week 3 of this video. I've spent 1 week on week 1 and 2 weeks on weeks 2 and 3. And use it 4-6 days a week. It definitely gets tougher as the weeks progress. And like others have said, she must have run out of moves because she's had to get really creative on this one! Some moves are downright awkward and tough to perform. And I will warn you, if you have knee problems or bad knees, as I do - this video IS NOT easy on them. I may not have bought it if I'd known. Some moves I have to stay beginner or modify because it wreaks havoc on them. And because of it, feel as if I'm not getting the workout I should. "Squat thrusts" and "duck walk" are impossible for me to do. I did download the free meal plan offered with this video. Great ideas, but impossible for a single person on a budget. Impractical. I'd spend a fortune in food and it'd go bad before I could use it if I followed her menus. Also, most recipes have a ton of unusual ingredients that most don't keep in their pantry. I've used some recipes and taken ideas from others. As far as weight loss, I've yet to see any drastic changes in my body or weight loss like others. I feel better, sleep, and eat better I suppose that's a plus. But 3+ weeks and not many results are discouraging. Overall I would recommend this video. It's quick and doesn't get boring, but intense! Ripped in 30? Only if you're already in decent shape.

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Winchester, VA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
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I am in a very small apartment and have a 5 year old that likes to get in the middle of everything. Do you need alot of space to perform the exercises on the dvd?
by an anonymous customer 6/20/2011
  • I would guess you need to have about a 5-7 ft total so you can move back and forth. You always need the room for the laying down parts of the video.
    by meowiii12/26/2012
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  • Not too much space is needed, just clear out a small area. Mainly you will be working out on or around your yoga mat, or the equivalent size of a yoga mat if you do not have one.
    by julie886/1/2012
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  • not exactly, but you need room for a mat, a spot for your weights, and room enough to walk back and forth about 4 steps.
    by violet44/23/2012
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  • I also live in a small space. You really don't need much more room than an exercise mat. No excuses!!
    by luxuryoption4/6/2012
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  • No. All you need is a mat and light weights...I would say 3lbs-5lbs. You perform jumping jacks and other things for the cardio which I have a small room and can do it there.
    by molvera3/17/2012
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  • No not at all! I have a small living room and my sons toys are all over it. And it's not hard at all to work around them.
    by BriBanana3/10/2012
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  • No - I only have a small space in front of my TV. I move my coffee table to the side and I have plenty of room. Figure you will be doing situps with your arms outstetched over your head so you don't want to be hitting anything. Sometimes I go at an angle to get more room like if she says to walk forward, etc. But it works.
    by m0and0m0mom11/14/2011
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  • No you don't need that much space. Just think how much space u need to do jumping jacks and push ups? And u can probably integrate u're kid in coping the exercises...
    by Godessiris7/9/2011
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  • You can manage in space about 4' x 8' - maybe a little less... like an open area in your living room. You will need a heavy towel or a mat for the situps and even as a non-slip surface for some of the pushups and planks... and you will need a set of hand weights. I find that being able to do this in a small, somewhat confined area is one of the plusses of this workout video. My cousin does this workout in her living room, and her 2-year-old and 7-year-old "work out" alongside! They think it's fun!
    by FirecrackerBaby577/1/2011
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  • I have the Jillian Michaels 30 day shred and it does not require a lot of space. You would need enough space to lay down and do the floor exercises but I would say that's about the same amount of space needed for the stand up exercies.
    by kika912/3/2012
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Do you need any special exercise equipment to do the workouts (i.e., weights, resistance bands, etc.)?
by an anonymous customer 3/24/2012
  • Some hand weights, pair of light and medium
    by Eaa09/3/2013
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  • Hand weights
    by suee252/6/2013
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  • It's nice to have some light dumbbells anywhere from 2-10 lbs. but it's not necessary. It's also nice to have an exercise mat but if you have comfortable carpeting you don't need that either.
    by algreg12/26/2012
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  • Weights but you dont have to use those to get a good workout.
    by meowiii12/26/2012
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  • She says 2 sets of weights, 1 light and 1 heavy. She never says the actual weight but in the first two weeks (I'm only on week 2) they're using 3lb weights. My guess is she says "light/heavy" so you can choose what's best for you.
    by jax18210/10/2012
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  • You need hand weights. I have a 3 lb set that have worked fine. A yoga mat or something comfortable to lay on is a must have because in almost all of the ab exercises you are laying on your back.
    by julie886/1/2012
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  • yes, you need 3 to 8 pound weights and a mat.
    by violet44/23/2012
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  • You need hand weights of 3 - 5 lbs, depending on your strength level.. A mat is good if you workout on a hard surface.
    by luxuryoption12/26/2012
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