The FIRM Hi Def Sculpt

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The FIRM Hi Def Sculpt

Annie Lee

Hi Def Sculpt with Annie Lee provides the perfect introduction to The FIRM's toning workout at a slower pace. Upper and lower body exercises are designed to maximize effectiveness while minimizing your time commitment.


Episode 1
Episode 1
, 48 minutes
Annie Lee
The perfect introduction to The FIRM's body shaping exercises at a slower pace.
Available worldwide
Episode 2
Episode 2
, 25 minutes
Annie Lee
Feel the burn and work your body like never before.
Available worldwide
Episode 3
Episode 3
, 9 minutes
Annie Lee
Learn the correct posture for the Hi Def Sculpt workouts.
Available worldwide

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raja, posted on August 17, 2016

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keilbeck, posted on August 1, 2016

The cues are a bit off, but all in all a nice gentle weight workout.

feelingfit2day, posted on February 29, 2016

The cuing wasn't great, you aren't always sure what you'll be doing until you're doing it, including whether you're alternating or staying on one side. I also found it a bit boring and didn't get much of a increase in heart rate, but it's cumulative, I will feel the muscles tomorrow. I think it's a great choice when you're in the mood for just sculpting.

countessnan, posted on August 6, 2015

I liked the simplicity of the movement, and I appreciated Annie being straightforward. It's very easy to follow, and I felt like I could really focus on perfecting the technique; I'm not crazy about stuff that emphasizes speed and complexity over just doing the basic moves. Description calls it a "perfect intro to the FIRM's toning workout at a slower pace", and that's a good description. I didn't find it boring, but that's the beauty of Gaiam, you can always try another workout.

Realgonekitty, posted on October 12, 2014

Do it once in a while and love every minute!

couch8, posted on January 25, 2014

Add more weight! Feels totally different when you are doing a 20 lb. row! They are using 3-5 lbs. agree that it is repetitious:)

Melanie Jade, posted on January 13, 2014

I did the High Def sculpt (47 mins). I felt this could have been done more efficiently to have a shorter workout. I've done 30 minute weight training workouts that get me feeling like I've had a great workout. I wasn't sweating or feeling like I was getting much of a workout until halfway through this video. Lots of basic lunges over and over. It got boring, and I still don't feel like I got that shaky muscles feeling that I get from a tough strength workout.

Veggie210, posted on September 15, 2012

I have done various weight/strength training routines (not just Gaiam) and I must say this was one of the better ones. I have been doing several times a week for the last 3-4 and notice more definition in my arms and legs. Now, i do other types of workouts and all them may have contributed, but didn't notice the extra 'something' until I started doing this workout. Annie does appear to be a bit stiff/nervous or whatever, but I am not doing the workout to be entertained. I think it is a good workout for what ever level one is working at. Not sure why reviewers reference cardio workout as it is definitely weight training, but you will sweat and your heart rate will increase if you maximize the routine and give it your all. Have fun with the workout!

cbbooks, posted on August 28, 2012

You get a slow steady weight routine for a day you don't feel like a hard workout or good if you are a beginner. In NO way is this a cardio routine, however, and shouldn't be labelled as such. Annie is the most wooden of the Firm instructors too, if that sort of thing bothers you.

KakiBelle, posted on June 16, 2012

I was bored! Loved Annie Lee's ripped physique, her arms are inspiring , the video lacks.

scoulter, posted on December 27, 2011

I enjoyed this routine. You have to work the lunges pretty deep to get results, and it's a good alternative to a big cardio workout if you want to work but don't feel like jumping around and puffing too much. Annie Lee seems a little nervous sometimes, and often starts a new move before she announces what it will be, but otherwise she's precise and clear.

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