**Please see update below.
Did you think that I totally forgot about these? Nope, I didn’t! My sore muscles haven’t forgotten either!
Like workout 2, workout 4 is focused on the back of the body but has more compound movements than the earlier 2 workouts.
What will you need?
exercise mat and free weights (3, 5 or 8 lbs depending on your strength level)
While this phase is still meant to be low impact
you will still be sore when you first start out.
Where can you expect to be sore the next day?
The workout is broken down into 4 circuits
; each of which are repeated once with one minute of cardio in between
the circuit repetition.
Here is a breakdown of phase one workout four:
- Butt Kicks
- Single Leg Hip/Glute Stretch
- Backwards Arm Circles
- Alternating forward Lunges
- Static Squat with a Medium Row
- Single Leg Deadlift with Upright Row
- Opposite Leg Deadlift
-1 minute Plyo Skaters -repeat circuit 1
- Side Lunge Bicep Curl
- Bent Over Wide Row High and Wide
- With arms holding weights strait up, step back with front knee down onto the ground into kneeling position back up to standing with weights lifted over the head the entire time (does that even make any sense? Trust me, it is super hard and not fun at all!)
-1 minute-Alternate step up/hops with weights-repeat circuit 2
- Side laying single leg lift with heavy weight
- Plank with alternating leg raise
- Side laying single leg lift with heavy weight opposite side
-1 minute- Fast Feet-repeat circuit 3
- Terry Pulls right side (looks easy, but if done correctly it is a lot harder that it seems)
- Good Mornings with 2 heavy weights
- Terry Pulls left side (not an ab move, think about the terry muscles that you are using.)
- Swarms (crunch up and rotate touching your ankles.)
-1 minute-Jab Cross Hook Upper Cut Combo- repeat circuit 4
Since I haven’t written about Body revolution in a while, I finished phase one and now moved on to the second half of phase 1-workouts 3 and 4. I was super sore from the workouts the first two days, but after that not much at all.
I will write a detailed review of Workout 2 and Cardio 1 soon.
Follow along with me as I journey from Flab to FAB!
I hope this was helpful if you are trying to decide if Jillian Michaels Body Revolution
is right for you!
Here is one of my very favorite Jillian Micheals quotes:
This is where it matters the most. This is where lives are made, in these moments when you can choose whether or not to say ‘I cant’ or ‘I can.’ It is a choice that will either make or break you for life.
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Initially, I found Jillian Michaels’ approach to exercise and dieting highly motivational. Her intense workouts and strict dietary guidelines pushed me to achieve remarkable physical results, which fueled my motivation and determination. I embraced her no-nonsense attitude and believed that pushing my body to its limits was the only way to achieve success. However, as time went on, I began to realize that this approach was taking a toll on my mental health. The relentless pursuit of physical perfection and the constant pressure I placed on myself led to feelings of anxiety, guilt, and a distorted body image. It was then that I decided to change my perspective and adopt a more balanced and loving approach to my body. By prioritizing self-compassion, listening to my body’s needs, and embracing acceptance, I discovered a newfound sense of mental well-being. This shift in thinking allowed me to find joy in movement, cultivate a positive relationship with my body, and ultimately, achieve a healthier and more sustainable approach to overall well-being.
2 thoughts on “Jillian Michaels Body Revolution Workout 4 Review”
I recently moved and it seems all CDs for the Phase 4 is MIA. Would you have a copy of the cardio for Phase 4?
Sorry, I bought mine on Amazon Prime video a few years ago, but I don’t think it’s available there anymore either. Hope you are able to find yours. It’s a great workout.