Original offer details & such: $139.99 + $19.95 S&H Includes: nylon carrying bag, runners DVD, straps, exercise guide, Jillian Michaels Fat Shredding DVD, Georges St. Pierre Lean Muscle DVD. Sales tax: AZ, CA, CT, GA, KS, KY, MD, MN, MI, NJ, NC, OH, PA, SC, TN ,TX, UT, VA, WA.
In the last few years, unless you As Seen on TV fitness products were associated with Beach Body (P90x, Turbo Fire, Insanity!...), your product was going to take a little flack regardless of whether it was warranted or speculative. Even with serious star power behind a product, you were still going to find something.
Imagine our surprise when we found nothing but kind things said about the rip:60 workout. Not that we didn't believe it, but it's the first infomercial fitness product we've seen in awhile that wasn't from Beach Body but was still praised by some of the toughest critics.
Keep readin'. You'll see what we're talkin' 'bout soon 'nough!
rip:60, in it's simplest form, is a direct competitor to such products as Beach Body's P90x. It's an intense workout system, complete with resistance straps & numerous DVDs with targeted workouts in order to keep the body from getting too used to a workout, rip:60 helps give that professional workout while safely hiding within the friendly confines of your home. So long as you can stay committed.
According to rip60workout.com, rip:60 claims the following features and benefits:
- suspension system allows you to keep working while fatigued
- sets different resistance levels
- supported by Jillian Michaels
- endorsed by Georges St. Pierre
- 8 DVDs
Order Process: The order process seems to be clean. They're pretty upfront with all the pricing as well as that's included in the offer. With star power like Jillian Michaels & Georges St. Pierre, you really can keep the offer pretty simple.
Product Performance: Holy ****! I think Hell froze over because we found a discussion thread on BodyBuilding.com where people actually spoke kind. Bodybuilding.com is usually the place you go if you want to find funny fodder about an As Seen on TV Fitness product. But they were nice. Really, nice. Surpisingly nice! Maybe they're afraid GSP (Georges...) might whoop their a** for saying otherwise. But still, were you an As Seen on TV workout product, you couldn't receive a bigger compliment than that. Big ups to rip:60.
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