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Biggest Loser Workout 2 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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Product details

  • Format: Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Dec 2006
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000IHY9TI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 109,045 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Biggest Loser 2-Workout ~ Biggest Loser 2-Workout

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good workout 22 Jun 2008
By Nyssa B
I bought this wanting to experience at home the same intensity as it seemed the contestants were getting at the ranch. I was happy to experience a hard, interesting and challenging workout.

It was also nice to see that it had been done whilst the contestants were still losing weight so normal people with normal weight problems. You could then look at what you could achieve by watchingthe trainers. This gave me willpower to do it reguilarly and now I have 4 of the biggest loser workout DVDs I can change and adjust as I see fit.

The fact that you can add and take out different parts of the workouts to create your own combination is really beneficial for timekeeping so you can have a longer workout when you have time and a short cardio session in the morning before work if you so choose.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Oldie but Goodie and Sweaty! 12 July 2014
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This is one of the older DVDs from Biggest Loser but it really works. I enjoy this kind of intense training two or three times per week.
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85 of 90 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really very good ;-) 30 Dec 2006
By Little Miss Cutey - Published on
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I like this even a little more than the first workout. I think it's possible for all levels to gain something from this. You can choose your own personal workout by choosing from the various segments here. Each segment is around 10 to 15 minutes and they all do different things like fat burning, flexibility and toning various muscle groups. Even better, if you are a woman there are segments that focus a lot on abs and thighs. Bob and Kim are enthusiastic and help you along, and it's nice to see real people (former contestants) perform the routines (instead of the always stick thin exercisers).

All you need to get started is a fair bit of room, weights, a stability ball and you can opt to use a medicine ball if you have one. Overall, it's a great workout that is made better by the customisation which I love. I really like it and have found already in the while since I've gotten this, that I'm feeling good. Hope you love it too.
49 of 52 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Workouts! 12 Dec 2006
By Staymay - Published on
I think the workouts are great! You really get a lot for one dvd. It's nice that they have the separate workouts tailored to men and women's needs. Kim is a little annoying to me. I'm not sure if it's just that she tries too hard. But her exercise moves are good. I love Bob! He's always so motivational. What I like about this dvd is that, like the previous dvd, it provides challenging workouts with both strength training and cardio. And the workout times are even shorter than the previous dvd. It's very user friendly in the sense that you can tailor it to the amount of time that you can personally dedicate to your workout. Even if you can only do 20 mins., you really sweat. Great job!
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Workout But... 28 Jan 2007
By Christina - Published on
I own the 1st TBL DVD and Love it. I was expecting the same with this one. Well, this one is a bit different. They added the other trainer in and for me.... her voice is a little annoying. She does not keep her count as well and seems to mess up a bit. However, she does work you! I enjoy doing the Functional Flexibilty, Boot Camp, & The Men's Cardio Max. The Men's Cardio (I am a woman) made me feel as though my legs were going to explode and they felt great afterwards. I felt as though I had the beautiful runners legs that I have always wanted. ;)~ I definitely recommend owning a Workout Ball. They use it several times in the video. They also use a medicine ball but my ball works just as well since it has sand inside so that it does not roll. Hand weights are important too. You set the workout for as long as you need by choosing the workouts from a menu with it keeping track of the time for you. I recommend this video. U can't go wrong for only $10.
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Biggest Loser Workout, Vol. 2 Evaluation 19 Dec 2006
By Annie Brown - Published on
I really liked this workout. It is great, and it has all sorts of different aspects and different workouts for you to choose from. There are even tailored workouts for men and women, but you can choose to do any, and still get a great workout!
This workout DVD has shorter workout segments, meant so that you can mix and match the different workouts together, or just do a short one for the day! I tried three of the workouts today, and the trainers (Bob, and Kim) kicked my (....)... but they were GOOD quality workouts. I will definately use this workout DVD a lot, and incorporate it into my physical fitness and exercise program.
The ONLY thing that I wish was a little (only a little) bit different with this workout, is that I wish there was more of BOB!! I feel that there isn't enough of him on there. I also have the first BL workout and love it, and so I'm used to Bob being on there, and miss having him motivate me with every workout. For a beginner (well, at least with the public) Kim does alright though! :)

I highly recommend this workout to anyone and EVERYONE!!!

Get it, it's good!!!
20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the first 9 Jan 2007
By GF Girl - Published on
Like most sequels, this one was not as good as the first. Before I begin my review, I just want to note that I have been working out for many years and consider myself to be more advanced than beginner.

I was glad that Matt and Suze from season 2 were in the DVD. I was happy to see Eric, too, since he is the only season 3 cast member that I liked because he wasn't creating drama, whining, or crying constantly.

One of the big problems I have with this video is the menu. The text is very tiny, and I can barely see it with my 20/20 vision. The workouts are called one thing on the back of the DVD case, and another on the menu screen. For instance, "Low Intensity Cardio" on the case is "CardioMax" on the menu, which is very confusing. "Low" and "Max" are two different things. The workouts on the screen menu are also listed in a different order than they are on the case. The option of doing a workout without the trainer is an option, but I would also like the option of doing it without the music.

I thought the warm-up was good, and the functional flexibility actually made me a little sore the day after doing it, which was surprising, seeing as how you don't sweat during it and it's low/no impact. I didn't think the boot camp was as difficult as the first DVD's. I am tired of the same old standbys of squats, lunges, and plies, and this DVD is packed with them, especially in the Power Sculpt for Women, High Intensity Cardio for Men, and the High Intensity Cardio for Women (although I do like the plyos in this section and my heart definitely works). I liked the Power Sculpt for Men, and I wish the women were working out with weights in their segments. I barely broke a sweat in the Low Intensity Cardio segment, so I had to modify it to get my heart rate up. The cool-down was shorter than the first DVD, which I liked (who needs a 20 minute cool-down when they can do it in 5?), although the quads and pecs never got stretched, and I don't understand how you can get a good stretch when you're standing on a hill trying not to fall over, which is what the castmembers are doing in this segment.

As with the first DVD, the trainers don't always work both sides of the body evenly, so I either keep count and make sure I get it even, or I switch leads each time I do the DVD (they work the right side, I'll work the left, and vice versa next time). This drives me nuts; I don't know why they bother working both sides if they aren't going to be worked evenly. The trainers, at times, also say left when it's my right, which I've noticed on a lot of workout videos and it's another pet peeve of mine. Obviously we don't work out facing away from the TV!
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