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Gilad offers a wide range of workouts on DVD. We have DVDs for all levels. DVDs work in all regions.  Free shipping on order over $49.00 (in USA).

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Gilad’s Xcelerate4

Xcelerate-4 is an in-home workout program I did for Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York, known fondly as ‘Fergie’.I had the honor of putting together a special training program for the Duchess and worked with her in the US and Europe to help her meet her weight loss and fitness goals and get her into the best shape possible.

Bodies in Motion 30th
Anniversary Shows

Gilad’s 30th-anniversary reunion shows features long-time team members.  These shows were shot on the North Shore of Oahu at Shark’s Cove.

Gilad’s Lord of the Abs

A Complete Core, Cardio & Conditioning  Program

Gilad’s ‘Lord of the Abs’ series is a full-body fitness system that shows you how to concentrate on the core while working all the other parts of your body.  Standing workouts, floor work routines, heavy balls, Pilates principles, yoga moves, military-style circuits and aerobics all combine to help you get in the best shape of your life while building your core with each and every move.

Gilad’s Ultimate Body Sculpt

All Time Best Seller!

Gilad has created a new generation of Fitness DVDs called the ‘Ultimate Body Sculpt’ series™.

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Testimonials from Gilad’s 60-Day Fitness Challenge

What People Are Saying

“I was actually surprised at my results. I was expecting just to lose some weight but I began seeing changes in my body shape like never before. I realized it’s not all about weight but an overall need for wellness of mind and body. I was surprised at how much strength I gained and that in just 60 days I was able to change my whole outlook on getting fit. I am more aware now of my appetite, what I put into my body, and have changed how I think about myself in general. For the first time ever, I can finally say I am happy with my body! That is my greatest success ever. I have really enjoyed the challenge and love all of Gilad’s workouts. I love that they are made for real people, and result in real changes that last. I am now one who looks forward to being in motion each day and that’s a huge difference!
Thank you, Gilad!” Lisa

Finished Gilad's 60-Day Fitness Challenge

“Actually, my results were beyond my wildest dreams. I’ve had several injuries in the past few years, and despite eating fairly healthy and exercising on a regular basis (within the scope of my injuries), I had been gaining weight! With the injuries fully healed, I plunged into the challenge with the thought that I would try to eat healthier, and complete the challenge videos. I ended losing 11 lbs and have a noticeable difference in my shape. People are starting to notice! I’m going to do the challenge again, as my muscles seem to be working properly (they weren’t – my posture was getting pretty bad), and my posture/abdominal strength is much better. Still need to work on it, and have about 30 more lbs to lose. I’m really motivated right now.” Sue

Completed Gilad's 60-Day Fitness Challenge

“I lost 10 pounds from this challenge, putting me at 40 total pounds lost this year and only 15 pounds away from my goal weight. The process was enjoyable and challenging, and I respond really well to Gilad’s positive attitude and words of encouragement during the workouts. I’ve looked to Gilad to help me lose weight after two pregnancies, now, and thanks to these workout programs I have been able to bounce back to a good weight range both times. I feel like I can accomplish anything; I have plenty of energy to help me chase after my kids, and the schedules provided for these workout programs make it easy to implement a regular exercise routine into my busy days. Gilad’s Ultimate U challenge has been a great step in my journey to reach my fitness goals, and I can’t wait to see what’s next!” Kathryn

Completed Gilad's 60 day Fiteness Challenge

FAQ

Does your videos play in all countries?

Yes, they do. All videos sold by us are coded for all regions.

What is your return policy?

We offer a one-of-a-kind one-year money back guarantee.

Do you have workouts for beginner?

We have workouts for all levels. Here are some good workouts if you are just starting out.

What should I know before beginning my fitness program?

First, change doesn’t happen overnight. So, don’t try to achieve all at once and don’t make contracts in your mind that your body can’t keep. Build success into your program by taking small steps and be consistent. Second, if you want to become fitter and healthier you need to realize that it is a lifestyle change that you are after. Third, don’t compare yourself to anyone. There is only one of you in this world and your goal should be to become the best that you can be. Fourth, the power to achieve your goals is in your hands, so just go for it!

Should I lose weight first, before I start working out?

Unless you are extremely overweight and under a Doctor’s supervision, you should start your ‘weight loss strategy” all at once and that means a good healthy diet and a balanced exercise program. Working out and especially strength training will actually help you lose weight for the simple reason that adding lean muscle mass to your body composition will increase your metabolic rate, helping you burn more calories even while your body is at rest.

What is the best time to exercise?

There is no right or wrong time to exercise, the best time to exercise is that time of day you know you can realistically commit to. The key here is to follow your own body rhythm and schedule. Some people are more awake and “ready to go” early in the morning, while others get their wind later in the day or at night. Work schedules, home schedules and other commitments also play a major role here. So, for long-term success, always schedule your workouts at the time of day you are comfortable with and know you can actually get it done

Will sit ups help me get rid of the fat around my waistline?

How can I lose fat from my thighs? These questions relate to “spot reducing”. It seems that the areas we want to lose fat from the most are always the most stubborn and last to go. People hold on to fat in different parts of the body, men generally store it around the waist while women generally store it around the hips. It is not possible to “spot reduce” for the very simple reason that fat does not belong to specific parts of our bodies, it belongs to the whole body. The best “spot reducing” technique I know is to regularly alternate between aerobic exercise and body sculpting exercises that work all the different muscle groups. If you stay consistent the fat should all come off so your abs will show and your hips will trim down.

How do you get over a “plateau?

A “plateau” is when you seem to get stuck and unable to improve your results. It could mean that you are not able to lose “those last 10 stubborn pounds” or not able to increase to a heavier set of weights in your workout. Plateau happens when the body gets used to the specific activity, or perhaps it is fatigued or over trained and therefore not able to improve. The reasons can vary. The best remedies can be the following;

  1. Take a week off, giving your body a chance to recover. 2. Change your exercise routine. 3. Work on your “weak link” (the area you feel is your weakest). It’s possible that this weakness is limiting the improvement of the rest of the body. 4. Improve your diet.

If I stop working out will my muscles turn into fat?

This is a misconception. Fat can not turn into muscle just as muscle can not turn into fat. You can burn off excess body fat by doing aerobic activity and you can increase your lean body mass by strength training. If you stop working out you will over time become weaker and your muscles will lose their tone and shrink in size. This will cause the metabolic rate to lower which in turn will cause you to accumulate more fat on your body.

Will weight training get me big?

“I don’t want to get big” is the most common excuse used mostly by women for why they won’t pick up a set of dumbbells. Let’s set the record straight, this simply can not happen. It is pretty difficult for a woman to develop big bulky muscles from weight training. The women we see on TV who are bodybuilders, have devoted hours a day for many years to working out and in many cases have enhanced their results by using hormones, purposefully trying to gain muscle and become bulkier

If I exercise regularly, can I eat whatever I want?

Everyone knows that exercising regularly will help you get fitter, but it’s only one of the components in achieving a healthy lifestyle. The other very important component is your nutritional program. To me, both are crucial to becoming fitter and achieving better overall health. Remember, while exercising regularly can help you burn off extra calories, it can’t help you burn off bad eating habits…

How should I breathe while exercising?

To get the best and safest results while doing strength training, you should always exhale on the exertion phase of the exercise. When you exert the blood pressure is on the rise and the exhalation helps lower the stress on the body. It is also important to get into a good breathing rhythm while doing aerobic exercise in order to have a steady supply of oxygen to the blood. A good breathing technique will help you from getting winded.

If I am doing aerobics and strength training on the same day, which should I do first?

There are arguments on both sides of the coin. Personally, I think it really doesn’t matter. The best is to follow your own personal preference and instinct. My recommendation would be to start off with the activity you find harder first and get it out of the way while your energy level is at its highest. Ultimately it would probably be best to alternate between the activities, starting once with the aerobic workout and the next time starting with the strength training.  

Gilad Janklowicz

Gilad Janklowicz is one of the world’s most popular fitness personalities. As a pioneer in the fitness industry he has helped millions to stay fit with his popular TV fitness shows ‘Bodies in Motion’, ‘Basic Training the Workout’ and ‘Total Body Sculpt with Gilad’, Lord of the Abs, Xcelerate-4 and with his gold and platinum instructional home fitness DVDs and videos.