EFitness For Life Review
What You Should Know
eFitness for Life is an online personal training and weight loss website run by the AdvoCare company. AdvoCare manufactures and sells supplements and meal replacement products. All of the programs available from eFitness for Life have some integration with AdvoCare products. The online training program, for instance, costs $199 for 3 months and includes a free AdvoCare supplement. The cheapest plan on the eFitness for Life website is the online food and progress tracking system, which costs less than $10 per month.
There is a 30-day money back guarantee on all eFitness for Life programs. This ensures the dieter has time to evaluate the program for 30 days before choosing whether it is worth the money or not.
List of Ingredients
Online diet and fitness support.
The services available through eFitness for Life include the 24-day Challenge, Fitness Coaching, Diet Coaching, Run Coaching, Wellness Coaching, Life Coaching, Wholistic Kinesiology, Corporate Wellness and Online Fitness Journal. Each program comes at a different price so the dieter will need to read the fine print for each before signing up. Many of the programs offer a free trial and there is always the 30-day money back guarantee to fall back on if the dieter does not like a program.
Many of the paid programs available from eFitness for Life are free on the Internet from other resources. The fitness tracking program, for instance, is free online from FitDay.com. There is no need to pay for fitness tracking when it can be accomplished free of charge. With mobile devices connecting to the Internet, many dieters log fitness on mobile devices instead of the Internet.
The blog located on eFitness for Life contains several well-written articles about interval training, continuous training and the Mediterranean Diet. These are fantastic resources for the dieter and they can be accessed without joining the website for paying a fee. There is also a link at the top of the page to AdvoCare so dieters can research products sold through the company.
- Online access to personalized training programs.
- Supports using supplements for weight loss and improved fitness.
- Each program has a different cost.
- Some of the programs are free from other websites.
- Dieters are often sent AdvoCare supplements, but they may not want those supplements.
- Not all AdvoCare supplements are safe for all dieters.
Diet and fitness are two aspects of weight loss that are very important for success. The eFitness for Life series of programs attempts to bring together personalized dieting and fitness programs and Internet or online access. Some of the programs may be highly useful, while others are extremely expensive. There are no warnings on the website pertaining to health problems.