Review of Jillian Michaels 30 Day Shred Workout DVD
Review of the levels and the exercises therein, plus my opinion on the DVD as a whole.
Tae Bo DVDs a Fun Way to Exercise - Tae Bo is a great way to work on balance, flexibility, and burning off extra calories.
Bruce Lee Workout Bruce Lee was like a superhero in real life with martial arts speeds so fast they had to slow down the camera to show up on film, but he also played one on the TV screen as well on the Green Hornet series as Kato.
The Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno Lou Ferrigno portrayed the Incredible Hulk on television every week in the late 1970s, and TV movies in the 1980s. He's a big inspiration to me as he crosses the lines between two of my favorite hobbies, weightlifting and comic books. He started weight lifting at age 13. His role model was body builder and Hercules star Steve Reeves. He's won IFBB Mr. America, IFBB Mr. Universe, came second and third in the Mr. Olympia competition, and second in the Masters Olympia. His favorite superheroes as a child were Spider-man and the Hulk of course. Lou Ferrigno Weightlifting Tips
Sylvester Stallone Workouts Sylvester Stallone is basically always in shape except for maybe the time he gained weight to star in Copland. He always plays characters of superhero proportions like Rocky, Rambo, Demolition Man, and even the classic comic book character Judge Dredd.
Hugh Jackman Wolverine Workout Hugh Jackman likes to take his workouts a lot like you'd imagine Wolverine would, that is with a huge amount of just plain ferocity.