Mama Wants Her Body Back Review
What You Should Know
Mama Wants Her Body Back is a complete workout system from fitness expert Lisa Druxman. The system is designed for mothers of all ages wanting to reshape their post-partum body. The Mama Wants Her Body Back system guarantees results or your money back. We researched and asked the question, will the program actually work or is Mama Wants Her Body Back simply a marketing ploy?
We found Mama Wants Her Body Back on the official website. The price is $42.97 plus shipping and handling for the DVD’s with varying payment options available.
List of Ingredients
Set of DVD’s tailored toward moms with a bonus inspirational guide, diet plan and sculpting band.
Mama Wants Her Body Back system features an inspirational DVD, six workouts tailored to mothers, diet guide and an additional workout DVD and sculpting band.
We researched and found discrepancies in the claims associated with Mama Wants Her Body Back. The marketing focuses on mothers of all ages, but does not recognize mothers of all fitness levels. A mother with health conditions may find the workout difficult and challenging. The system further claims to produce results. There are no scientific research associated with claims of research. We also found the program to be more of a quick fix verses a lifelong maintenance solution. Mama Wants Her Body Back is designed to be completed within eight week. Mothers requiring significant amounts of weight loss may not achieve their goals within the eight week time frame.
We found reports of customers having their credit cards charged for Mama Wants Her Body Back and receiving multiple DVD’s. We also noticed the diet guide in the system features foods from chain restaurants and does not include a food list for mothers on different diets such as low-card or vegan.
Mama Wants Her Body Back is available on the official website for $42.97 plus shipping and handling.
- 30 day money-back guarantee.
- Official website.
- Workout tailored to Moms.
- Mama Wants Her Body Back does not address proper supplementation.
- The diet guide provides typically unhealthy restaurant options.
- Workouts may not be for all skill levels.
- Claims are not supported by scientific research.
- Claims of fraud associated with customers credit cards being charged for DVD’s not received.
- Offers guarantee of results.
Although Mama Wants Her Body Back markets toward moms of all ages, one key factor not addressed is the physical level of the target audience. Lisa Druxman fails to identify options for the mother who may not have had prior experience using a workout system in the past. We found the six-week diet plan associated with Mama Wants Her Body Back to a quick fix and not a lifelong healthy eating plan. The dishes included in the plan consist of restaurants where hidden additives could possibly reverse the positive effects of a healthy diet. Mama Wants Her Body Back does not address the need for proper supplementation. A healthy lifestyle of diet, exercise and proper supplementation is a requirement for a dieter looking for success.