Supreme 90-Day Workout Guide

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Supreme 90-Day Workout Guide

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  • Get fit in 90 days
  • Uses muscle confusion to accelerate results
  • Clinically proven results
  • About this item

    The Supreme 90-Day workout guide employs muscle confusion to accelerate results. This complete 10 day-workout DVD set turns your body into a fat-burning machine. The muscle confusion workout DVD set features various routines that include strength routines to build lean muscle, cardio routines which destroy fat and ab-blasting routines for a flat tummy. This DVD set includes "Supreme Nutrition" by Tosca Reno, a New York Times bestselling author.

    Supreme 90-Day Workout Guide:

  • Get fit in 90 days
  • Uses muscle confusion to accelerate results
  • Includes "Supreme Nutrition" by New York Times Bestselling author Tosca Reno
  • Complete 10-DVD set
  • Clinically proven results
  • 5 DVDs for strength routines to build lean muscle
  • 3 DVDs for fat-destroying cardio routines
  • 2 DVDs for core and ab-blasting workouts
  • Turn your body into a fat-burning machine
  • Specifications

    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 4818-6
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.95
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.5 x 1.5 x 10.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 956579

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    Customer Reviews | 60 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Customer review by Trainer2

    5.0 stars by Trainer2

    I purchased this product to see how it compares to P90X. I think the value is outstanding and it compares very well in routines, intensities and overall effectiveness. Why waste money on hype?

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    Bloomingdale, IL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days
    It works t beautifully if you USE it!!!

    Customer review by julesar

    5.0 stars by julesar

    This set has a five star average rating out of 43 reviews at collage. Not to say everyone will love it. However, the comment "all I can say is it doesn't work" leads me to believe that the previous reviewer didn't honestly use the program as intended for 90 days. This is a very thorough, no-nonsense program as Tom Holland knows his stuff and gets down to business. But be real, have to actually DO the program if you expect it to work.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Usage:Every day
    Best Home Workout

    Customer review by StacyDB

    5.0 stars by StacyDB

    Mr. "It Doesn't Work" obviously is in phenomenal shape, or did use it. This is no joke, folks. No fluff, stupid music, or annoying trainers. Gets right down to business. And don't be afraid, because it's actually doable, with some alterations at first. You do what you can, plus a few more reps :) Biggest bang for your buck out there.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
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    by an anonymous customer 1/16/2012
    • About 25-40 mins, but I write down the workouts once I know how to do them correctly and do them at my own pace while watching the news or another TV show. I tend to do it a bit faster because I don't have to wait for explanations, etc
      by JJK119/19/2012
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    • They vary. The warm up and cool down is the same each time and takes about 4.5 minutes. Some of the strength training videos are about 25-30 minutes. The cardio videos run a little longer 40 mins maybe. I stop when I get tired, or work at a slower pace.
      by Bumscooter9/17/2012
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    • 30 min plus warm up (total 45 )
      by dd789/2/2012
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    • 45 to 60 minutes. I find myself still burning calories long after routine is over.
      by OneofTheseDaysAlice7/19/2012
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    • About 30-45 mins.
      by WalmartShopperInFL8/17/2012
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    • The workouts are not all the same length of time but generally they are a little longer or shorter than 30 min.
      by MaMaRodeo6/6/2012
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    • the workouts vary from 30 minutes to 57 minutes. most are around 40 minutes
      by reboundingfan8/17/2012
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    • about 30 to 40 minutes
      by Luv2SHOP555553/7/2012
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    • Each DVD session has a 4-5 minute warm up and coold down, and these are pre-recorded (the same on most every DVD); very important to include these, don't take shortcuts. The actual workouts run anywhere from 30 minutes to 45, just depends. But you're so focused on the next routine, you really don't think about the time. I allow an hour, but am usually done within 45 minutes, including w/u and c/d.
      by sew548/13/2012
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    • An average of 25 to 35 minutes, but there is a warm up and cool off that is separate.
      by staceyarmywife3/3/2012
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    by tryin2lose 3/26/2012
    • I don't think so. The exercises require you to place the ball between your legs and rotate and do various exercises. There are some stationary exercises where you may be able to substitute.
      by ColsMom3kids2/28/2013
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    • they modify all of the stability ball workouts so that they can be done on the floor or with a chair
      by JJK119/20/2012
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    • The bench could be helpful, but may be a bit high for some of the things. I am not using a ball right now. I use a chair or coffee table or the floor. Once I get a little stronger I want to try the ball as it uses your abs to keep it from rolling, so it adds to the workout.
      by Bumscooter9/17/2012
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    • you might be able to but you can get a ball for under $10.00 and a ball makes you work out harder
      by dd789/2/2012
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    • For some things you will be able to use a weight bench or a chair but one of the DVDs is a ball only workout. If you can get a ball I highly suggest you do.
      by BuddyMa8/30/2012
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    • No, get a stability ball (needs to move for core work) at Target or Walmart. Walmart has very good prices on the ball.
      by OneofTheseDaysAlice8/17/2012
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    • No, but you can modify the exercise without either but I would recommend buying the stability ball. It is less than $10
      by 2SavyShopper8/17/2012
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    • Yes, I think a weight bench could be substituted for the stability ball, they usually explain how to do the exercise if you don't have a ball. However, there is one DVD out of the ten that exclusively uses the stability ball and I think you'd probably have to skip that one without it.
      by cassandraann1118/17/2012
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    • Yes and No. Alot of the DVDs call for the ball but they do give examples of what to do if you don't have a ball. The "Ultimate Ball" DVD on the other hand has a lot of excercises that would be hard to do without a ball. However I read on the company's website that if you don't have a ball you can just substitute the "core dynamics" DVD whenever the calendar says "ultimate ball."
      by MaMaRodeo6/6/2012
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    • no. for the ultimate ball dvd you will need a stability ball. however, you can substitute the core dynamics dvd when a stability ball is not available. for all the other dvds they show an alternate exercise if a stability ball is not available.
      by reboundingfan8/17/2012
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    i've been driving truck for the past 17 years. is this going to be to overwhelming for someone like me?
    by an anonymous customer 12/31/2011
    • I have never driven a truck but I just had a baby and I love it! If you mean you were a bit of a couch potato then yes it will be tough but necessary
      by JJK119/19/2012
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    • You have to start somewhere right? When I started I could was exhausted just on the warm up!! I could feel myself stronger with each workout, thoough. There are some things I still "cheat" on, but I like the mix of exercises and go at my own pace. You don't have to use the stability ball or weights even, but you may want to add those as you get stronger.
      by Bumscooter9/17/2012
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    • trust me it will make you sweat and you will be soar but you just do what you can you will get better
      by dd789/2/2012
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    • As P90X says, do your best and forget the rest. Rest during cardio routines as needed. Try and push yourself, but not too hard. I know that sounds vague, but these models are young and probably weigh substatially less than you do. Join weightwatchers online and track everything you eat. Do thiese DVD's, modify as needed and you will succeed.
      by OneofTheseDaysAlice7/19/2012
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    • Yes. Start with something for a beginner like an instructional kickboxing video, then move to this.
      by WalmartShopperInFL7/10/2012
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    • if you have had no exercise in the past 17 years I would not recommend this program. I would start out with the Leslie Sansone walking dvds. These are easy and she is very encouraging. you need no equipment for her dvds and you walk in place(low impact). she also has some dvds where you lift weight while you walk.
      by reboundingfan8/17/2012
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    • You don't say how old you are, or what your overall condition is. I'd see my physician first, to guage my ability and health, and see what he/she recommends. Then go to the Supreme 90 website, where you can view some short videos of the actual DVD sessions. Aside from health or physical limitations, it just depends on how motivated you are. Tom Holland (workout coach, Google him for info) helps with needed modifications, adjustments/encouragements here and go at a pace you are able, but you are encouraged to push yourself as much as possible. The usual health warnings precede every DVD.
      by sew548/17/2012
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    • Do the best you can do and you will eventually be able to keep up.
      by motherof2children06n108/17/2012
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    • I think if you go at your own pace you'll be fine. I haven't worked out a whole lot since my last baby...and this was just fine for me. I took it slow my first day. I really like these workouts.
      by MissShauna8/17/2012
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