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|Scott Cole Best Abs on Earth|
Actor: Scott Cole
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
Join Scott Cole a former National Aerobics Champion and Tom Seabourne on an action-packed crunch-free journey that defines your muscles and redefines core conditioning. They incorporate martial arts drills cardio interval ... more »
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Highly Recommended - Redefines Core Conditioning
Brent Eberspacher | 03/06/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have been involved in fitness for over 20 years and am always looking for unique workout methods. This video redefines core conditioning. There are exercises and drills that I've never even seen before. The video incorporates martial arts drills, cardio interval training, plyometric training, yoga poses, gymnastic strength and flexibility exercises. It is broken into seven sections: Intro, Core Education, Standing Drills, Cardio Core, Partnered Drills, Floor Core and Cool Down Stretch. There is also an excellent bonus section called Party Pump. Party Pump is a really cool five minute fast workout if you want to feel great before going out socially. I highly recommend this video to anyone who is serious about their conditioning and wants to add an extraordinary video to their collection."
Worst DVD on Earth!
T. McGoughy | Atlanta, GA | 07/12/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This workout was truly a waste of money. The two instructors are annoying and way too chatty for my taste. All the men in the workout are shirtless which I found distracting and not in a good way. Yes, it's an ab workout but I don't need to see them constantly and Mr. Cole is a little on the skinny side. There is no rhyme or reason to the workout and it is not focused at all. They start off with martial arts drills and the instructor kept referring to kicks when he was just lifting his knee. To me, a kick requires an extension of the entire leg but maybe they know something I don't. They moved on to "cardio" which was pretty much a lot of side steps. If you're in reasonable shape, it's not going to get your heart rate up. The structured tai chi movements looked interesting but the instructor then starts to flay his arms wildly in the air encouraging you to go with the flow and do what you feel like doing with your arms. I finally gave up when they got to the move where you lay on the floor on your back and scurry around like a bug trying to follow your partner as he/she shuffles from side to side. I hate silly workouts! I gave it a 2 because if you can get past the annoying instructors and some of the silly moves, the workout has some decent moves that really could benefit the abs."
AJ | 05/30/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think it's good to have an open mind about this DVD. It's pretty good, and not the cookie-cutter kind of DVD. I like the way it incorporates tai chi and even boxing moves into the routine. And the extra five-minute workout at the end is icing on the cake. I have been doing the cardio section (9-minutes long) 3 times per session, for a perfect 27-minute low-impact cardio-interval workout, and it has allowed me to slim down in a fairly short period of time."