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Personal Training with Jackie: Xtreme Timesaver Training (DVD)

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Personal Training with Jackie: Xtreme Timesaver Training (DVD)

Fitness expert, personal trainer, and star of the reality show Work Out Jackie Warner leads this intense workout designed to offer all the benefits of a complete circuit-training program in just 30 minutes, providing a cardiovascular workout while simultaneously toning and sculpting the body from head to toe. ~ Cammila Albertson, Rovi All Movie Guide

You donít need hours in the gym to get the body youíve always wanted. Jackie has designed a highly-effective, complete head-to-toe circuit workout thatís just 30 minutes. Wondering how thatís possible? By using compound moves to train multiple muscle groups at one time, Jackie has cut your workout time in half. This is Xtreme Efficiency! Besides toning your entire body more quickly, engaging more muscles means you are automatically torching extra calories with every minute. Plus, these compound moves drive your body straight into the cardio zoneógiving you both strength training AND cardio at once. Itís like two workouts in one. Busy people donít have time to target one muscle group at a time or do separate cardio. If time is of the essence and fat loss is your goal, this is your workout. Give Jackie 30 minutes a day three times per week and sheíll give you a triplethreat body: lean, strong and totally sculpted!

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