Cathe Friedrich’s STS Total Body DVD

August 14, 2019 - Comment

STS Total Body is a 66 minute total body program designed to work all of your upper and lower body muscles in just one workout….PLUS, you’ll be using weights that are about 60 to 80 percent of your one rep max. But if you don’t feel like doing the math, just make sure that your

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STS Total Body is a 66 minute total body program designed to work all of your upper and lower body muscles in just one workout….PLUS, you’ll be using weights that are about 60 to 80 percent of your one rep max. But if you don’t feel like doing the math, just make sure that your selected weight for each exercise challenges you so much that you are fighting to finish your last couple of reps in every set. * STS Total Body features both compound and isolation exercises, but to keep the workout as short as possible, the greatest emphasis has been put on the multi-joint compound exercises and the isolation exercises have been kept to a minimum. But don’t be fooled, by that word minimum because everything about this workout is maximum….maximum intensity, maximum variety and maximum results!!! * Enjoy doing this workout one or two times per week on non-consecutive days. We’ve also included eight special premixes to make this workout more time efficient and versatile. Equipment needed for this workout is a full sized Step (or workout bench), a Turbo Tower (or a pull up bar), weighted barbell, dumbbells, a resistance band and sliding disc (or paper plate). * STS Total Body features the following 8 premixes: * 1. Timesaver – Compound Only Exercises 53.44 minutes * 2. Lower Body Only – 22.29 * 3. Upper Body Only – 24.00
* 4. Timesaver – No Bonus Burn – 60.32
* 5. Timesaver – No Bonus Burn + No Abs – 51.40 * 6. Timesaver – No Abs – 57.54 * 7. Timesaver – Compound Only + No Abs – 44.53 * 8. Timesaver – Single Sets – 45.50

Product Features

  • November 2010 release from advanced-level fitness guru Cathe Friedrich
  • STS Total Body is a 66 minute total body program designed to work all of your upper and lower body muscles in just one workout
  • STS Total Body features both compound and isolation exercises, but to keep the workout as short as possible, the greatest emphasis has been put on the multi-joint compound exercises and the isolation exercises have been kept to a minimum
  • Enjoy doing this workout one or two times per week on non-consecutive days
  • BONUS: Eight pre-mixes

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great strength training workout! I’m a huge fan of Cathe and think this is solid strength training workout that targets most muscle groups pretty thoroughly. Others have broken down the concept of trisets and the exercises included in each one but by the end of the workout I was definitely spent physically. Although it is very equipment heavy it’s easy to adjust; for example, dumbbells instead of a barbell or paper plates/hand towels instead of a sliding disc.The main focus is on your legs and they are completely…

Anonymous says:

Another Winner from Queen Cathe! I am a longtime Cathe fan and just recently bought this workout. I have only done it twice, but I think I am in love! It is an excellent and efficient total body workout that leaves you completely spent if you do it correctly (lift as heavy as you can, aiming for muscle failure by the end of each set, and keep up the pace).Some reviewers mentioned that triceps and biceps are largely ignored as opposed to other upper body muscles and I just don’t agree. It is true that the back,…

Anonymous says:

Another Great Workout I had heard about Cathe Friedrich for a few years. I have purchased some of her Low Impact Series workouts through Amazon On Demand and love how challenging they are. I have worked out for years and have completed a marathon and 5 half marathons. I have been working through some injuries and have been looking for fun ways to incorporate what my physical therapist wants me to do instead of going down a handout from the PT office.If you are looking to incorporate some strength…

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