Body At Home Review
What You Should Know
Body at Home is a book written by Jorge Cruise. Cruise is an acclaimed diet and wellness author that battled being overweight before finding healthy solutions for weight loss and fitness. Body at Home offers an inexpensive solution to weight loss – ten pounds to be exact. The official website offers very little information, but online retailers explain the two-part diet and workout book.
List of Ingredients
Simple, home workouts for weight loss and fitness.
The Body at Home book is broken into two parts, one for men and the other for women. The first part describes the best exercises and workout strategies for women who want to shed inches from problem spots like hips and thighs. An eating plan is included, but requires no calorie counting, which could make calorie control hard for some dieters.
The second part of the book is for men. Men learn how to exercise to create that infamous “V” shape with a thin waist and broad shoulders. A diet plan is included, but it focuses on getting rid of the beer belly and reducing risk of heart disease and other health conditions.
The official website for Body at Home includes links to 8 Minutes in the Morning and the free newsletter from Jorge Cruise with information on the Belly Good Menu. There is an about Jorge page, but no link to where the Body at Home book can be purchased.
We found Body at Home on sale through Amazon.com for less than $2 plus shipping and handling. Reviews of the book are less than stellar. According to some dieters, the exercise programs include fitness equipment that few dieters would already have at home despite claims that no fitness equipment is needed. Online tools described in the book are no available on the Body at Home website and the book contains various grammar and spelling errors.
- May help dieters lose 10 pounds at home.
- Exercise plans are described in the book.
- Expensive equipment and gym memberships are not required.
- Tools are not available on the official website.
- The book contains various errors.
- Warm-ups and cool-downs are not part of the exercise program.
Jorge Cruise lists Body at Home as a past program. According to reviews, the book left readers with more questions about fitness and dieting than answers. Tools described in the book are not available on the official website and specific fitness equipment is required to complete the workouts. Dieters may find more luck with one of the other Jorge Cruise books with spectacular reviews, but this one misses the mark. Warm-ups and cool-downs are omitted from the exercise plans, but these portions of the workout are crucial to reducing the risk of injury.