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The Firm: Body Sculpting System 3 Workouts on 1 DVD
The Firm Body Sculpting System 3 Workouts on 1 DVD
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
2hr 19min

Cardio Sculpt, Body Sculpt, Ab Sculpt


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Creators: Allie Del Rio, Jennifer Carman, Lisa Kay
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
Sub-Genres: Weight Training
Studio: GoodTimes Video
Format: DVD - Color
Run Time: 2hr 19min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
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Movie Reviews

This is a total body workout that is worth every penny
Linda D. Robinson | Illinois | 03/11/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Jennifer Carmen takes you through a total workout that is 55 minutes long and you feel it the next day. But the results are visible with continuous use in less than 10 days. Get the Fanny Lifter, it is worth the money. You can get it on ebay without the tapes/DVD's. I say this because doing the leg press you feel and see the results, versus not having the lifter. She keeps you motivated, on point with each exercise. Another one I recommend is the Super Body Sculpt with Stephanie Corley. The Firm did it again!!!!"
What a workout!
BB & Ace | 08/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is by far one of the hardest of the new FIRM workouts. Jennifer Carmen takes you through the lower body work, which is really tough, and then upper body work. You can do them on different days or together. The lower body segment is the best. It beats the FIRMs older Lower Body Split because it's just as effective but shorter and just so much better. You'll really shape your lower body with this one!Kitka"
Tough workout...
Teedums | White Bear Lake, MN | 03/07/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is the hardest Firm strength video I own. It is divided into 2 parts, lower and upper body, there are no abs in it though which is fine with me as I am usually wiped out by the end. You will need the Fanny Lifter or a step or stool and assorted dumbells, such as 3,5 & 8 pounders.

The lower body portion is first, nice to get it out of the way. It consists of a couple set of squats one of which is hover squats, 2 sets of leg presses for each leg (16 reps), a long set of lunges and dips with count variation such as pulses and 4 count, plie squats, some side lunges which aren't seen often in videos, and a killer set of squats/leg abductions which don't sound hard but they are. I think they are the hardest part of the lower body section. Then it's time for a well deserved cool down/stretch. The upper body section is next, not quite as hard as the lower body but it is still thorough in hitting all the muscle groups. You will work the biceps with traditional and hammer curls, triceps with french presses and kickbacks, chest with bench press, pec flies and pushups. 2 sets of double arm rows for the back, and some tough shoulder work, front and side raises plus military presses and rear delt work.

This workout is led by Jen Carmen, you can always count on her for a tough workout. She is joined by 4 fellow Firm Master Instructors including Libby who shows beginner modifications. Jen does a good job leading and you can tell they are all working hard along with you. If you are up for a challenge this workout is for you."
Good workout, hard on knees
Teedums | 05/05/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I have three of The Firm's DVDs, and use the fanny lifter and sculpting stick. It's a great workout, but if you have any problems with your knees, stay away from The Firm. The exercises rely heavily on bending the knees and putting a lot of weight and stress on the knee joints. I've been OK with it but have had a little soreness.The upper body exercises of course do not involve the knees and are great. But probably two-thirds of the exercises involve a fair amount of stress on the knee joints."