Crabby Appleton's Rotten to the Core – the title of which, no doubt, comes from lyrics once sung by the villainous Crabby Appleton character on the Tom Terrific cartoon show: "My name is Crabby Appleton/I'm rotten to the core" – was released in October 1971. The band's second album, and last as a group, captures them reaching out to find a sound of their own, veering off into boogie rock and heavier Zeppelin-esque romps, twice removed from the plaintive power pop and conga-driven rock of their debut.
Get Ripped! to the Core gets results fast and is a lot of fun! This one speeds up calorie and carb burn! To achieve the same results, you would have to run a 5Km race. Now you can do it at home using safe, low-impact techniques. Get Ripped! to the Core is an all-over toning workout that includes 9 compound exercises plus a tough abdominal section and a stretch segment. To do this workout you can use dumbbells, a barbell, or your own body weight (step is optional). As in all the Get Ripped! workouts, we demonstrate exercise modifications for people who need to adjust the movements to their own abilities. Using compound exercises, you will not only work multiple muscle groups simultaneously, but you will also work your abs the entire time to stay stable. These exercises are double-duty movements that tone the entire body, burn mega calories, and build strong abs.