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Core De Force: A Review and Quick Guide to Your New Favorite Program

  1. Shannon

    December 12th, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    This one is on my Xmas list. Looking forward to trying it out.

  2. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    December 13th, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    I bet you’ll love it but follow up and let me know what you think after you try a few workouts:-)

  3. Shannon

    February 6th, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    Love the series- for the most part. Dynamic strength is my least favorite of all the routines. 47 minutes of pushups. Not fun, and it just feels low energy compared to the other workouts. I wish MMA speed was longer. It ends up being only used twice within the month which is a bummer because it would have been another option to keep things mixed up. That said, I LOVE the Power, Sculpt, and especially Plyo routines. I did the Power and Plyo back to back one day and felt completely bad ass all day! And Jericho’s hair is magical!

  4. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    February 7th, 2017 at 8:00 am

    Yes, magical! Jericho’s hair is the 3rd trainer in this series (and possibly more important than Joel. HA!). Thank you for sharing your experience with Core De Force. (I agree, MMA Speed should be longer.) If a workout makes you feel like a badass at any point then it’s a complete success in my book:-)

  5. zack

    February 13th, 2018 at 11:18 am

    Hello, I love your detailed review of Core-De-Force (sense of humor included haha!) . I have quite a few BB (Beach Body) workouts, but by far Core-De-Force is my favorite. I am a cardio kickboxing fitness instructor and would love to get certified to teach it. There are NO gyms in my area that teach it. I could be the first (yeah!). Have any info on how I could get certified?

  6. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    February 14th, 2018 at 7:37 am

    Thank you, Zack! Core De Force is awesome. If you’re asking about getting certified to teach the Core De Force program I’d recommend you start at the Beachbody Facebook page. I remember seeing an ad about getting certified to teach a while back. You might also look at Joel and/or Jericho’s Facebook pages. I love your idea about teaching the class in your area! Go for it! Thank you for reading!

  7. Linnea King

    September 15th, 2018 at 10:35 am

    I whole-heartedly agree with almost all of this – especially MMA Plyo being seriously FUN! I’ve never had that much fun doing a workout video…while still burning that much calories. I also agree about 5 min Core on the floor. It’s my traps that burn afterwards, not my abs. I gotta say though – NOT a fan of Jericho. She has great hair and she’s a total bad-ass, but the rest of her style is just not for me. The things she says during the workouts (Especially “say yes” and “you hear me?”) Just drive me batty. It feels contrived, like she’s trying to be something she’s not, and it grates on me more and more with each passing workout haha. Also, Joel with his “What does ‘slow it down’ mean?” and stuff like that. Ugh. We know what it means Joel. I just feel like this is a great workout series but these two just need to get out of their own way and stfu sometimes lol.

  8. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    September 17th, 2018 at 9:08 am

    I love your feedback! Joel and Jericho are definitely unique personalities. I think Jericho just eventually grew on me. But I agree with you, just do the workouts already! Lol. Thank you for taking the time to share this! Have a great day!

  9. Thelma Tamez

    July 6th, 2019 at 9:11 pm

    I have have bad knees.i wasn’t able to do turbo this workout bad on the kness?,please advise.I had rt knee arthroscopic surgery and meniscus repair

  10. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    July 11th, 2019 at 2:12 pm

    Hi Thelma, that’s a great question! Turbo Fire and Core De Force are very different but they both fall under the ‘kickboxing’ style of workouts and both have a pretty fast pace. If you have a membership to Beachbody on Demand then I’d recommend you WATCH a few of the CDF routines and see what you think. If TF was too hard on your knees then I suspect CDF might be as well. If you’re thinking about buying the CDF series then my recommendation would be to talk to your medical provider before you invest any money into it and ask her/him what you need to be careful doing and how you can safely modify exercises based on your injuries. Good luck!

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