I workout about 5 days a week consistently. I do treadmill, weights, Jackie Warner, Jillian Micheals, Tracy Anderson among others, so I thought I'd mix it up to get the butt of my dreams with this DVD.
Here are my candid thoughts:
The program is pretty good and comprehensive. You get workout bands, diet guide, measurement guide plus DVDs (plus a few other assorted things). I got it on one of the shopping channels for a BIG savings over the infomercial deal.
I tried all the DVDs and ended up selling it all on ebay. Why? It just wasn't my cup of tea. While you would definitely burn fat (especially with full-length Bum Bum), it wasn't my enjoyed type of workout.
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It's very fast and although I'm pretty fit, I still found myself trying to keep up and getting irritated because of lack of any breaks or any slower "catch your breath" segments. I did like the floor exercises (High and Tight), but didn't get much from the Ab workout (nothing new--just lots of abs).
I would recommend this program if you really want to focus on your butt and are pretty fit already. If not, it might be tough to keep up. It's definitely not for beginners. In the end, I think most other workout programs that are for the lower half will do the same IF you do them. This is more or less just a gimmicky program in terms of marketing, but again, I do feel you'd get a good workout and even help your butt lift and tighten, but it's not particularly revolutionary.
For butt and abs, I really love the Physique 57 workouts. They are very concentrated and I see results quickly. They move a little slower -- like a dance class, which I love.
I did the Brazil program for a month and didn't see much change, so for me, the Physique 57 or Tracey Anderson concentration on butt/abs/arms works fast. I love Jackie Warner for true weights and when I want to get a fat blaster (and get barked at), I do the Jillian Micheals 30-Day Shred.