What You Should Know
Mitch Gaylord is an Olympic gold medal gymnast and Hall of Famer. He is the man behind the G-Ball, on which he has a trademark. It is used in accordance with powerful training programs designed to demolish calories.
Mitch does a series of six DVD videos that incorporate the G-Ball. These workout routines and accompanying meal plan promise users will learn how to lose pounds and inches. His program includes the Three Day Melt. It is a program that promises users will drop one full size in just three days.
The G-Ball is a weighted ball about the size of a volleyball. It comes in 2 lb., 4 lb., and 6 lb. weights. It may be used as a medicine ball. It may be used alone, with a partner, or in conjunction with the exercises designed by Mitch Gaylord.
List of Ingredients
N/A because it is a weighted medicine ball.
The Melt-It Off program comes with recipes, food journals, and tools to monitor your weight loss progress. The day-to-day diet involves eating fresh vegetables, lean proteins, and low-glycemic carbohydrates. The whole package includes a 2 lb. G-ball, meal plans and recipes, a guide to the three-day “Kick Start” of the program, and three videos or DVD’s titled: Cardio-Burn and Sculpt workout, Sizzlin Abs Workout, and High Calorie Melt workout. Currently, this program costs $19.98. Higher weight G-balls (4 and 6 lbs) and DVD’s are sold separately for about $20 a piece.
The G-Ball is designed to strengthen the core of the body (abdomen and back) as well as add muscle definition and burn calories.
- Created by a well-accomplished Olympic gold medal athlete and Hall of Famer.
- Intense workouts help you burn calories in relatively small amount of time.
- Can be done at home.
- Does not require a gym membership.
- Individuals may tire of exercise routine.
- Weight loss claims and calorie-burning claims may be exaggerated.
- Some users do not experience any fun during the workout routines.
- Needs to be combined with cardiovascular workouts.
- Some users report that they cannot do the moves in the workout.
The G-Ball may be purchased on its own or in accordance with the package (eating plans and DVD’s containing workout regimens) designed by Mitch Gaylord. The G-Ball and its exercises are designed to strengthen the back and abdomen areas while burning calories.
However, the same goals could be achieved by using a medicine ball. It seems that this product’s claim to fame is through its Hall of Fame and Olympic gold medalist promoter and creator. Weight loss claims and calorie-burning claims may be exaggerated and some users are not able to perform the motions in the video or DVD exercises. The initial package including the G-Ball (2 lbs.) forces the consumer to spend more on the higher-weighted G-balls. In other words, to achieve more benefits demands spending more money on the product. The G-Ball must be combined with dieting and/or gym memberships to produce the weight loss declared by G-Ball.