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22 Hard Corps Review

22 Hard Corps Review

At some point, I will learn to stop doubting Tony Horton. The man knows how to build a really good workout that kicks your butt in under an hour. The resistance workouts left me feeling sore and there were plenty of times that I had to pause the video to get all the reps in during both the cardio and the resistance workouts. 

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Some of the moves, such as the "chin up with runner knees" were impossible when using the pull-up assist. Others such as the plange pushups made absolutely no sense to me while the California Roll made me want to throw up from getting dizzy. 

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I liked the combination of animal-style moves (I had a hate-love relationship with the gorilla crawl) and your standard weight lifting moves. I did find Cardio 1 and Resistance 1 pretty easy, the moves were probably the least challenging of the entire program.

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Josh and I did the "Battle Buddy" workout once, which is when you basically use your partner as a weight and either it works your core exceptionally well or we were laughing so hard that it caused my abs to hurt the next day. 

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The Special Ops Cardio, Core, and Resistance really are something special, but it was Cardio 3 that truly had me gasping for air. The rest of the workouts all have 22-second breaks between rounds. That may not seem like a lot and you'd normally be right, but Cardio 3 doesn't have a single break and you want it so badly....no matter how short. 

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As much as I love Tony, we know his cheesy 3 Stooges jokes wear me down after awhile. Given we are working with such a short amount of time, we don't really have a lot of "Tony Cheese" and that is a blessing. 

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