01 February 2015

..::Product Review::.. JumpStart 180


My Review of JumpStart 180

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"This is an 8 Week Low Impact Exercise System (created by a doctor of physical therapy) is specifically designed for men and women 50+ who are beginners to exercise. They may also be in pain, recovering from surgery, need to be more active, need to improve their balance, get strong, be more flexible and MUCH MORE! Exercises can be modified to fit your current activity level, or any physical limitation you may have."

Review…


I was sent the JumpStart 180 Workout System from JumpStart 180 to review. 

This workout system costs $99.99.  Shipping is free.


Packaging & Presentation of JumpStart 180

The workout system arrived in great condition.  There were no dents, defects, nor issues during shipment.  The package included the (4) DVD set, and a workbook. The DVD comes in a larger-than-average case, measuring 6.5" x 5.5" at its widest points.  The workbook measures 9.0" x 6.0" at its widest points.


The DVD case comes sealed so you know it hasn't been tampered with.


The front of the case labels what it is.  It describes it as being a "Low Impact Workout System for Men and Women".  The back of the case shows a few pictures of what you can expect.  The workouts are listed on the case.  There is also a biography of Dr. Siobhan France (the creator of this program).


The title is also listed on the side of the case; it makes for easy storage.


Unlike other DVD cases, this one has a soft interior.  Each DVD is cushioned.  There is a binder inside, so you can actually flip the DVD's to grab the workout that you want.  Each DVD is placed into a slide-pocket.



My Personal Experience with JumpStart 180

There are so many (and too many!) reasons why somebody would need to consider a low impact workout.  Medical reasons, age, amateurs, etc. all can benefit from a program such as this.  Every workout that is possible is incorporated into this system.


I really like the workbook.  This is an easy way to keep track of progress (which I find to be the biggest thing I keep track of).  The workbook also discusses how to start the program, how to check your heart rate, how to determine your physical activity readiness level, personal goals, and a workout calendar.




There are (4) DVD's, but each DVD contains more than one workout.  You have to check the calendar provided in the workbook to find which workout you have to do for that day.  The first DVD has the Upper Body Revolution and the Upper Body Activated workouts.  Disc 2 holds the Core and Balance Fuel and Total Body Adrenaline workouts.


The third disc is for your lower body.  This has the Lower Body Supercharge and Lower Body Blast workouts.  Lastly, the fourth DVD has Cardio Jump Start and Advanced Exercises and FAQ's.


Pros of JumpStart 180
  • Reach your goals by using the progress tracker.
  • Each workout is low impact.
  • Anybody, of any age, can complete these workouts.
  • There is a variety.  You aren't doing the same thing over and over.
  • This is actually fun, and I look forward to it.
        Cons of JumpStart 180
        • I felt the sound quality wasn't the greatest during some instruction.
              Summary

              I wouldn't call this an easy workout, but it is great to get moving at such a decent pace.  I follow along, and learn the movements easily.  My husband has a bad foot, and these workouts are perfect for him because he feels he gets in shape without hurting his foot further.  The motions are great for everybody, and it's motivational.  I love the calendar, and it keeps me going!


              Are you wanting to try JumpStart 180, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  

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              DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

              2 comments:

              thestaufferhome.com said...

              I would love to try this out. We are big on fitness in our house but with a new baby we have had to find all kinds of new ways to exercise. Hitting the gym twice a day isn't ideal anymore. Great review.

              Anonymous said...

              I bought mine for $19.99... worth every penny... but, not at $99.99... Lots of good exercises... bargin price quality, but, good enough...