Full Body Burn



Jeremy Sonkins

This videos offers an intense whole body workout, which improves your endurance as well as your power and balance. Finish with some stretching exercises.

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Good one!

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Anna M

Good,short workout! Cardio and some strength.

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Kimberly Vakos

Awesome. Thanks Jeremy!

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Jennifer Maeve

solid workout

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Susan Marsh

Great workout! More 20-30 minute routines, please - love them!

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Reed Fisher

Just what the title says - a full body power up. Great to start the day and I add sand weights for the cardio portions for that little bit extra. Keep 'em coming!

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Joel Sanchez

Great work out...

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Dean Lewis

awesome [:11:]

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Nice first 10 minutes, could repeat and have great workout! 

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Great workout. After the first 10.30 mins when taking a sip of water in the 'towel off' break, I inadvertently paused the video back to the beginning, so did 20 mins of the cardio. instead That was even more awesome!

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Bounce Babe

Great workout... first part was bouncing then followed with push ups, tricep dips and abs.  Cuing is great on this one and I especially appreciated the side-view of the squats to remind me to watch my form.  Thanks Jeremy!

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Susan Marsh

Short, sweet and sweaty = a great workout when I didn't think I had time for one. Thank you!!

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Amy Start

Awesome workout in a short time! You really get a good sweat. Thanks Jeremy! 

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