Beginner: Just starting out, very overweight or haven't exercised in over six months.
Intermediate: Active in sports, dance or any regular exercise (2 to 3 times per week).
Advanced: Very active in sports or consistently work out four or more times per week.
Jari Love (Instructor Profile)
Street Date: 9/15/2018
Leading the work out is Get Ripped! Elite Trainer Robb! (See Qualifications Below)
A vitalizing transition from your fast-paced workouts.
Get RIPPED! & Jacked is part of the Isolation phase. This phase guarantees amazing strength gains. Get RIPPED! & Jacked works with eccentric and concentric principles to challenge and overload muscles by making your muscles work at different tempos. Muscles are worked to fatigue to accumulate lactic acid and produce increased strength gains. This workout isolates muscles with 2-3 exercises per muscle group and rest in between sets. Scientific testing has proven that the only way to maintain muscle while losing fat is to add resistance training. Direct your focus on slow and controlled movements.
There are 24 working tracks and 7 mini chaptered workouts. Each track is 2 minutes 45 seconds long.
Robbin has been active in sports and performance from a young age. Initially he was started in Hap Ki Do at 8 years of age and added dance at 12. He was part of the Ki C Yoon touring demonstration team (now a 4th dan instructor) as well as nationwide performances with Dance With France. At age 19 he left Canada to play stadiums and concert clubs around the world with different musical groups as a top call drummer. He resided between New York and Asia for 18 years performing as a drummer on stage, and as an action choreographer and actor in south east Asian cinema. Taking the opportunity to continue his study of eastern methodology and protocols in regard to the body and fitness. In 2009 a stunt gone wrong in Hong Kong left him fighting to stave off the amputation of his right leg. Despite the grim prognosis from physicians and specialists around the globe, he continued to study human movement and anatomy to save his leg and ability to perform. Focusing on Thai modalities, as well as a deep regard for the Eric Goodman method, his focus in fitness is structural rehabilitation, practical strength and weight training with an emphasis on focus, form and function. Training to achieve goals with the minimal wear and tear on the body.
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