Give us 10 minutes of your day, and we will work your entire body. This fat-burning workout created by the founders of R.I.P.P.E.D. will tone you from head to toe and get your heart pumping. Grab a set of hand weights, between five and 10 pounds, press play, and prepare to get your sweat on.View Transcript »
Today I'm here with Tina Shorter, half of the husband and wife team that created R.I.P.P.E.D., and she's going to lead us through a killer, full-body workout. Hey, everybody. I am so excited to be here today with Susie and Jenny, and we're going to be taking you through the R.I.P.P.E.D. express workout today. R.I.P.P.E.D is actually an acronym and we're going to be taking you through each letter of that acronym in today's exercises. So we're going to begin with the first letter, which is R, which stands for resistance. So we're going to begin in a horse-stance position. So our feet, it looks like this, our feet are wider than shoulder-width apart. Our toes are pointing out. Our knees are not going to go over our toes. Our pelvis is going to be tucked under, when we do that you engage your core. Your chest is going to be up, and your shoulders are going to be back and down. So we'll start. What we're going to do We're gonna start by hold in one arm static while we curl ten times with the opposite arms then we'll swish for another ten and then we'll do ten together. You ready ladies? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Let's start our first ten. Here we go. Good. Now we wanna make sure that we keep that arms static and squeeze at the top. We've got two more. Last one. Now we'll switch arms. Hold the other static. Get down on the opposite side. Good. Fingers are Biceps working. Yeah. Fingers are soft. Don't over grip, but squeeze at the top. Good. We've got a couple more. Last one and we're done. Now, holding both arms together. Here we go! Ten. Lets drop it lower to a couple of inches. Good! We're working our legs too just for an extra calorie burn and there's 10 minutes that we have today. Good. We got four more and three, two, and one. Good job. Release. So let's stand up, and what we're gonna do is take our weights, very carefully, over our heads. We're trained up extension. Feet are slightly wider or excuse me. Feet are shorter width apart for stability and our arms are back at 90 degrees angle. And we're gonna extend up for 15. Here we go. One. Good. Make sure your elbows stay close to your ears as you come up and back down. Control those weights. Good. There's only 15, and we've got five more. Four. Good. Two, and one. Great job. Release that. Now we're gonna go back into that the most squat position and we're going to work our shoulders. Make sure we're nice and deep. Tail bone tucked under, and we're going to follow the same pattern with our shoulders. we're going to hold Hold one arm static, while we press with the other. Here we go. 1. Good. There's only 10. Make sure you hold your opposite arms 90 degrees. Good. Can we drop it lower? Yes! All right. Last one Now switch arms for 10. Good. Hold your arm up. Don't let it fly. Concentrate. Good. We've got 5 more. Good. And then we are going to do both arms 2, 1 now both arms, and we will finish it of strong. Good. Drop an inch lower. Come on you can do it. Feel those legs. We're feeling it! Four. Good just a couple more. and last one, we're done. Right. So that is resistance. We're done with our weight, we're gonna move on to the I in R.I.P.P.E.D., which is Interval. So let's put our weights away. Now, in Interval, we 're gonna be focusing on keeping our heartbeats up for about 20 seconds and then we're going to bring our heart-rate down in a recovery for about ten. So we're gonna start with a simple boxer shuffle. Can you give me a boxer shuffle? Yes. Here we go! Good. All right! So this is our recovery piece but it's actually a ramp to recover, excuse me, an active recovery because we're not stopping to recover. We're gonna continue moving as we recover. Now we're gonna take it to a jumping jack in three, two, one. Good. Now our heart rate's gonna gradually come up. Just a few more, then we'll take it to a squat jack, right here. Squat. Hands behind your head. Really lift Use your legs. I feel my heart rate climbing. Do you feel it? Is it in your chest? Alright, well let's recover. Good. Okay, great job. Alright. Good. Okay. So we're just going to recover for a few seconds, and bring it back up. And, three, two, one. Jack. Good. We can do this for another five seconds. Good. And then we'll take it to a squat jack right here. Squat jack. Release the initial breaks. The lower you get, the more you get over here. Oh yeah. So, let's get lower. Okay. Last one. Now recover. Now next time, this is your last time, so what I want you to do is when we do the squat jacks, I want you really low. Let's take it to the regular jacks right here. Good. Just a few seconds. Good. You're almost there. Right. Alright Just go. Lower. Lower, lower. Just a few, yes and a few more Feels good. And we are done, great job! That was intervals. Okay, let's move onto the first P in RIPPED. Power . Now let's grab our weights again. We're gonna need these. Today we're gonna be working our back muscles. Power muscles are your larger muscle groups. Today we're gonna be working our back. So what we're gonna do is we're gonna start with our feet shoulder-width apart, okay? We're gonna have soft knee and we're gonna bring our waist forward slightly hinging at the hips ok, make sure your back is not arched and not punched over. So you can support your back at these movements. Now, let's go. We're gonna do two slides and two rows and that's one set. We'll do ten. Ready? Go. Open open. Now row. Two rows. Good. Elbows go straight back. Now open again. Again, two rows. let's pick up the speed just a tiny bit. Now that you've got the movement, we can keep going. Good! Make sure you're focusing on squeeze between your shoulder blades, good, elbows to the back of the room, good job. How you guys feeling? Great. Good, I feel good. Yea. Alright, only a few more. Keep pulling in those abs. Yes. Always engage your core. One more, last time. And row and squeeze. Great job. We're done with power so we can put our weights down. moving on to the second P in ripped, which is plyometrics. Plyometrics is for speed, agility, and conditioning you're applying for any sports based activity. So what we're gonna do is we're gonna start the sports dance. Now, like [xx] your feet are shoulder width apart, however, this time our toes are gonna be facing forward and our balance is gonna be on the balls of our feet, okay? Our knees are very soft, okay? Now you wanna be ready for any type of lateral movement or even a jump. So that's important. So what we're gonna do, today's workout is baseball. That's the sport we've chosen. So we've got our catcher's mitt ready and we're gonna take two steps to the right and catch the ramble. Other side, fly ball. Good. Two to the right. Fly ball. A couple more of these and then we're gonna pick it up with a shuffle. Stay low. Last time. Now we'll shuffle three times, to ground ball. Ground. Catch the fly ball. Good. Ground stay low, fly ball, good, ground, last time, then we're gonna switch sides. Ready? This direction. Two sides, ground ball to a fly ball. Good. Ground ball and fly ball. Ground ball, last time. Then we pick it up with a shuffle. Here we go. Shuffle, ground, fly. Good. If you have They really move across your room. Good. Fly a couple of times. Stay afloat. Fly ball. That was great. Yeah. That was climactic. Congratulations. You've made it to the E in RIPPED for endurance. Mixed martial arts movement. So we're gonna get back in our sumo squat position nice and deep and we're gonna do punches. You're gonna follow along with me. You guys ready? Ready. Yeah. Go. Jack it. Quickly. Punch, punch. Yeah. Strong. Good. Alright, punch it. Working our obliques so we'll look nice for summer in our swimsuits, right? Yeah! Next we're gonna move on to upper cuts. You ready? Yeah. Here we go. Good. Underneath your opponent's chin. Yes. I see it. Visualizing is a big part of it. Great job. Back to crunches. Here we go. We're almost done after this. We got ground and pound. and we're gonna be using our legs from now on so follow along. Ready? Here we go. Ground and pound. Ground and pound. Your opponent's on the ground and you want to keep them there. Yes. Two, one and you're done. Great. Good job. Awesome work. Let's go do those crunches. Yeah. So Tina, we made it through RIPPE. What's the D stand for? Great question. The D in RIPPED is for diet and nutrition. So remember, food is fuel. You want to make sure you're eating a clean balanced diet to really make your workouts count. Definitely. Thank you so much for the work out. Absolutely, my pleasure. Thank you. Thanks for watching FitSugar TV.