RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days – Complete Home Fitness – 14 DVD Set
- Shed Fat, build lean muscle and tone your body
- Intense 90 day program will transform your body
- 14 DVD set featuring varied workouts to provide total body conditioning
- Includes training guide and nutrition plan
- Jody Hendrix will guide you and keep you motivated
Get in the best shape of your life with RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days!
If you want to melt away fat, build lean muscle and get serious about your fitness, then join Jody Hendrix in RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days.
RIPT90 includes 14 workouts designed to shred fat and build long lean muscle.
Each workout demonstrates modification levels so regardless if you are a beginner, or ready to take it to the next level athletically, this workout is for you.
Not only do you get the 14 workouts, also included is a complete training guide, planning calendar and nutrition plan. Only dumbbells or resistance bands are needed to get in the best shape of your life. We also recommend a pull-up bar.
RIPT Abs, 14 Mins – Focus on ripped abs and strong core
Back Breaker, 42 Mins – Pushing and pull your way to a cut back
Minute by Minute, 39 Mins – Fast paced fat burning and muscle toning workout
Deadlift Killer, 39 Mins – Targets your hamstrings and glutes
Dirty Dozen, 23 Mins – A head to toe workout
Shoulder Pressure, 21 Mins – The deltoids are our focus here in this workout
Chest Shredder, 39 Mins – The pectorals get the RIPT90 treatment
Death by Thruster, 25 Mins – Multiple muscle groups & max calorie burn
Stretch, 17 Mins – A head to tow recovery workout
Ups and Downs, 18 Mins – Jack your heart rate and tone your entire body
Leg Overhaul, 25 Mins – Hamstrings, glutes and quads get challenged here
Arm Annihilator, 35 Mins – Curls, dips and much more get those guns ready for the show
Total Body Tamer, 32 Mins – Cardiovascular and strength building workout
Metabolic Mania, 25 Mins – Tough fat shedding workout
Use the included training guide to help plan and schedule your workouts.
We also provide a complete Nutrition Plan to aid your meal planning, including simple, easy to follow recipes.
Stay motivated by posting your “BEFORE” photo and tracking your progress with the wall calendar!
Reviews of RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days – Complete Home Fitness – 14 DVD Set
RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days Review 1: Did all 90 days. Now in the best shape I’ve been in. I’m going back for another 90 days to maintain and improve.
I finished. I’m 48 and did all 90 days. No, I do not look like the trainer (Jody) but I do look very fit so I’m happy with the results. As Jody mentions in the videos, diet has as much to do with it as exercise. Other reviews mentioned that Jody is a likable trainer, and not an “in your face bro” kind of guy. I totally agree. There’s a bit of humor thrown in that helps to keep things fun. The workouts themselves are very challenging, even after all 90 days. Another thing often mentioned by Jody is your responsibility to scale the exercises. There is always one of his trainees in the video doing an alternate scaled version of the exercise to help guide you. I found that a few of the activities were a little too high impact or too difficult for me so I scaled them down (for example using pull-down bands rather than doing pull ups). By the end, there were even a few exercises that I was able to scale up for a little extra challenge. For the most part, I was still challenged all the way through doing the routines as is.
The only modification I might suggest to the program itself is that the arm workout isn’t used enough. I took a few weeks off and now I’m restarting. This time I’m going to fit the arm workout into a few extra days.
It’s nice to see a variety of trainees used in the videos ranging from a college kid, to a mom, to a bulky business man, to an older guy (like me). It’s not a bunch of super pumped body builders – just regular fit people.
Don’t let the workout titles scare you, they are just creative marketing. You will be sore at times but you will feel and look strong if you keep with it and eat well. Don’t expect to jump right in and do a routine strict from start to finish. Do what you can and you’ll notice the gains quickly. While you are waiting for your DVDs to arrive, start doing some daily push ups and squats to get yourself ready!
RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days Review 2: I consider this set to be a good workout plan
I have just done a few of these workouts thus far. Because they all seem repetitive and basic I see myself putting the workouts to paper and doing them without the video. I consider this set to be a good workout plan. I paid $30 for the plan. Not bad.
I also own P90X, Rushfilt, Supreme 90 Day and Ruthless. I would rank them in this order:
- Supreme 90 Day
Ript90 is ahead of P90X, because I just don’t want to exercise 1 hour 6 days per week. I like Rushfit the most as it is the best routine for functional fitness and athletics (I play lots of baseball). It is also fast paced and more interesting than Supreme 90 Day, Ript90 and P90X which are similar to each other. Ruthless isn’t bad. I just prefer to lift weights.
I like Jody Hendricks training style the most. Steve Uria of Ruthless is obnoxious and Tony Horton is a clown. The S90 trainer, Tom Holland is similar to Jody Hendricks. I like him, too.
Update: I stuck with the plan for 3 weeks and made much of progress! I got side-tracked by whooping cough, but I am back at it, now (amazing how much strength and condition one loses after 4 weeks time). I really like that I am doing lots of pull ups with this routine and lots of pushups, too. I added a star to my original review!
RIPT90: Get Ripped in 90 Days Review 3: P90x graduate, trying something new
I’m a big fan of the beach body products and have completed all P90X, Core De Force, Hammer and Chisel and Body Beast 2x. I wanted to try something new and was a bit hesitant based on the low cost. The production isn’t as good, but realistically, you’re not really watching it, you’re working out.
First of all, the host, Jody, he is probably my favorite of all of the hosts. Not annoying and admits when he can’t keep up or do a set. It motivates you to push it out when he is tanked. He also doesn’t ramble on as much as others.
The programs aren’t too hard. I have a decent fitness level to start with, so I have no problems completing all the workouts. Although death by thrusters almost got me! The workouts are also shorter than others I’ve done. Some are between 20-30 minutes. But there is little down time, so you get a decent workout. I’ve supplemented by running or biking after the shorter workouts.
I would highly recommend this for someone looking to cut body fat, lots of regular old school exercises like pushups and squats. My only gripes would be to make them slightly longer, and incorporate stretching/cool down at the end. I love that they don’t push overpriced products during the workout. Overall I think this is just as good if not better than other similar products at a fraction of the cost.