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Patrick Goudeau: Kitchen Sink Conditioning - Total Body Training
4.5 out of 5
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Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2014
This takes a lot of equipment, but no more then a cathe freidrich workout. I enjoyed this workout, hits all muscles. Has a lot of different moves, that after yeares of excercising never did. I like that. My coach at the gym recommended Patricks workouts. I bought 8 of them already. So far I like all but one. They all give a great workout. They are long, but you have a choice to pick parts of them to do. Patrick has a great personality.
Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2008
This guy really does bring alot of equipment to the video except the kitchen sink, however he's got some great moves, and variety. It's nice to work using all that equipment that fitness people collect and put together in one workout.
Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2013
Patrick definitely keeps you up & moving. There's some good cardio here to get your heart rate up...and the ab and leg exercises are especially fun. No boring crunches here! Since he changes equipment after almost every exercise, the workout goes pretty fast. I know this video is geared toward people who have all of the equipment, but I think he should have mentioned ways to do the exercises without them - at least in the beginning of the video. I didn't have a body bar or medicine ball, so I substituted hand weights, and still got quite a workout.
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2005
This is an OK workout. He's a great instructor with heaps of personality and he's tough and effective. For this, you need a step, multiple dumbbells, a stability ball, a rubber X-ertube, a medicine ball and a body bar. You use all of them at some stage or another. You do a lot of toning in this and begin with lower-body-toning that incorporates short aerobic intervals. He is always energetic and funnily enough, that makes you feel the same way and before you know it, you've done a pretty descent workout and feel so much better for it.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2005
Patrick Goudeau's Kitchen Sink Conditioning is a wonderful high rep/low-medium weight workout that uses fresh new moves to hit every muscle in your body. As a seasoned exerciser (8-plus years) I found this workout both challenging and a pleasant change from other hi-rep workouts. A few of the high points in this workout are the ability to choose from 2 different warm-ups, good music and the aerobic intervals during the leg work. It also includes some great ab work. It's an easy-to-follow workout and Patrick's personality shines as always. This workout is accessable to all levels of fitness.
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