Moving forward in my slow (but steady) reviews of HIT’s series of DVDs that I purchased a few months ago, I take a foray into the second iteration of “HIT’s Solution to Getting Killer Abs.” This is not exactly the same DVD, but it’s pretty similar to the first DVD. It’s a combinations of abdominal exercises and cardio (see how I’m not being specific to preserve the integrity of his program? :P) designed to work your mid-section and burn fat through interval training.
In reality, it would’ve been better for me to just watch both of them back-to-back and do one review, but I didn’t and here we are. In an effort to say something interesting about the DVD, then, let me say that I was a little disappointed that it was so similar, but I understand, given that fact that HIT is putting his more difficult moves, including those using a pull-up bar, on other DVDs. I get the concept behind it. On one side, we have a DVD that is “all abs” and, on another, we have a DVD that is “exercises that just so happen to also work your abs.”
You’re sure to get quite the burn out of this program, so if HIT does a multi-DVD buying promotion again, I would really think about taking advantage of it in order to maximize your spending. I can’t say that I’d buy the program on its own, but (then again) I research exercises as one of my main hobbies. At some point, I just end up seeing stuff I’ve already seen before.
For those just starting and those wanting to learn more, I definitely recommend any of the Calisthenics Kingz programs I’ve review thus far.
Stephen Ross is a Certified Personal Trainer with a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of South Carolina and author of Real Anime Training since 2007. He has been studying various modalities of fitness for 20 years and is greatly interested in helping people improve their lives, both in the gym and out.
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