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Interval Training
Interval Training
Genres: Television, Exercise & Fitness
NR     2005     1hr 0min

In this program, Gilad combined his experience as a decathlon athlete and fitness officer in the military to produce a workout that combines  calisthenics in a new and energetic fashion. Using the principle of interval and...  more »


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Creator: Gilad Janklowicz
Genres: Television, Exercise & Fitness
Sub-Genres: Television, Exercise & Fitness
Studio: Giddyup Films
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 04/19/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 1hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

For Women, Too
DJ | USA | 11/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got a chuckle out of Gilad saying this workout was designed for just for men, because of their "natural strength and abilities." I'm thinking Cathe, Jari & Mindy might have something to say about that! Despite the forgivable machoism (Gilad is such a cutie, after all!), this is a very good workout. It is broken down into five intervals: The first interval is the 7-minute warm up. The second interval is 17 minutes of cardio - here Gilad utilizes boxing moves, including punches, jabs, and skipping rope. The third interval is 12 minutes of weights, with some upper body work - shoulders, chest, biceps, triceps - and some lower body work - mostly lunges. The fourth 12-minute interval uses your own body weight - push-ups, sit-ups, and back extensions. Gilad does these exercises in circuits and puts a little variation in the moves in each new circuit. The fifth and final circuit is the 7-minute cool down. Overall, this was a good total-body workout - some cardio, some upper body, some lower body, some abs, and nice stretching afterward. Plus, the guys are *so cute* when they are trying to be macho with their high-fiving and growling at each other at the end of the workout :-) This one's a keeper!"
Gilead Interval Training
M. Dameron | 04/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great workout for anyone! The aerobics are a little skimpy but b/c the DVD is indexed at the beginning it's no trouble to replay the section if you're so inclined! The weight section is quite aerobic itself if you use 10 lb weights. When you can find a challange after 26 years of working out, it's a delight."
Not just for men.
G. Putman | Frederick, MD | 11/08/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I know it doesnt say "for men" on the dvd case but it says that in the intro. I have done workouts on fit tv with Sharon Mann and Cathe and some of those work outs were tougher than this one! I think Gilad is a little old fashioned but over all it is a great workout that can be beneficial to men and woman. I just though it was a little cheesy with all guys and them acting simple at some parts but still good."
Not really for men
sibylvain83 | 11/06/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I am 26 years old (female) and I have been working out with Gilad since I was 13 (my mom had all his tapes, so I used them too:) Anyway, I hadn't done a Gilad workout in about a year when I found the interval training dvd and decided to use it. I was a little put off at the beginning when he says it's just for men, but I can say that there was nothing "just for men" about the workout. It might be difficult for a woman who is out of shape, but I attend strength training classes (for women) at a gym, and all of his exercises I have done at the gym. And I can say I have a much harder workout at the gym. But this DVD is not bad for at home use, and women shouldn't be afraid of it :) My one complaint is that I don't really like how he does only 10 repetitions and then moves to the next exercise. I would rather do a lot more repetitions in a row."