For example, it doesn’t say how many complete workouts you should complete in 30 days - you’d probably have to do it at least three times a week to get results.There are four 15-minute workouts — targeting strengthening and toning of arms, legs and abdominal muscles — plus the ‘Cardio 15’ which includes 30-second bursts of jumping, kicking and squats for ultra-fast fat-burning.This 80-minute DVD contains four 20-minute workouts.
The final workout is a fitness test involving you counting how many times you can perform a particular exercise in 60 seconds.
The advice is to do one or more of the workouts three or four times a week in 21 days - which could apparently lead to half a stone weight loss.
The first, Total Cardio Burn, is designed to boost fat loss in three, 20-minute workouts.
The second, Total Body Sculpt, features strength-based workouts designed to tighten the arms and shoulders, legs and bottom and our midsection.
Two years ago Canadian researchers found that people who did four to six 30-second sprints with a three to four-minute recovery three days a week lost more than twice as much body fat as those who ran for an hour at a steady pace three times a week.
The ten to 15-minute sessions include four different exercises, such as dumbbell work.The idea is to complete between 10 and 40 repetitions of each exercise consecutively, with a 45-second break within each session.The basic concept is good, but it lacks concise instruction.The third, Total Body Blitz, provides a mix of fat blasting and toning in five ten-minute workouts which can be done on a pick and mix basis.This DVD is a shambles — there are shaky camera angles, trainers rambling on when not knowing what to say, and some of the background trainers are out of sync, or do the exercises differently from the presenters and completely incorrectly.Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion animated television series, a spin-off of the Wallace and Gromit franchise.