Two champion fighters show you how to bob, weave, punch, and kick your way to a better body Chinese martial arts champions Tiffany and Max Chen share their training secrets in a workout program designed to get you in the best shape of your life. Their Shan Shou boxing style incorporates wrestling and kicking techniques that quickly build the strength, speed, agility, endurance, and reflexes of a fighter. This program allows you to choose the level of instruction and intensity you need, including a music-only option once you get the moves down. Whatever option you choose, you’ll get a heart-pumping workout that will tone your shoulders, arms, abs, glutes, and legs. Feel the burn and see results fast. Start with warm-up and stretching, then chose from three progressively more challenging workouts. Workout 1: The Basics — Three-minute rounds of combat-oriented exercises (approx. 20 min) Workout 2: The Kicker — A series of 30-second standing and floor calisthenics (approx. 20 min.) Workout 3: The Killer — Repetitive cycles of challenging, explosive movements (approx. 20 min.) About Tiffany & Max: Taught by their father, Tai Chi Chuan Grandmaster William C.C. Chen, both fighters starting training at a tender age. A figure-skating champion as a child, Tiffany entered her first martial arts competition at age 16 and now has over 40 gold medals to her credit. One of the top full-contact Lei-Tai San Shou competitors in the country, Max has racked up 20 gold medals in just over a decade of competing. Both Tiffany and Max train and teach at their father’s New York City school.