Symulast Review

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Symulast is not a fitness product, it’s an acronym. Joey Blast, fitness expert, created the acronym to shorten the name of the training routine called Synergistic Muscle Layer Stimulation. The fitness program was designed for women with cellulite reduction in mind. According to Blast, exercising lower body muscles using precise movements could tighten the muscles enough to lift skin and reduce cellulite. The theory is both right and wrong. Symulast may reduce the LOOK of cellulite, but the cellulite is still there.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Fitness program by Joey Blast.

Product Features

When we read Joey Atlas was behind Symulast we visiting his official website to verify the connection. There is no mention of Symulast on JoeyAtlas.com. When we searched for more information on the exercise program we did find a wealth of websites promoting Symulast, which likely means the program is part of an affiliate program. Finally, we found a website with a post marked by Joey Atlas and a picture of the women’s fitness expert. The site is nothing more than pages and pages of promotional speak. Mr. Atlas tries to convince the reader to sign up for a newsletter. There is no report, program or even online consultation being sold – just a collection of articles about cellulite from Joey Atlas and a front page where you can enter your email address.

Symulast is described in one of the articles on the Get Rid of Your Cellulite website. The acronym describes a program that uses exercises to tone and uplift the lower body; making cellulite disappear, according to Blast. There is a link to before and after pictures of cellulite and the effect of Symulast on cellulite, but the link led us to an error page.

Another site offers a bit more information on the program and total cost to access the cellulite removal system. When you purchase the Symulast program you receive a 22-minute video, program cheat sheets, weekly schedule examples and $85 in free gifts. The description of the program sounds amazing and there are positive testimonials on the site, but we have a few problems with the Symulast system.

The order page for the Symulast method does not list the most important details of the Symulast program. On other pages of the site we found out we needed an exercise ball, stool and mat to complete the program. The 22-minute program consists of five videos, not just one and it takes eight weeks to complete the program. The videos are all online, so no Internet access means no workout.

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Advantages

  • Symulast is based on trusted and proven physiological effects of exercise.
  • After eight weeks of lower body exercises Blast claims guaranteed results.
  • Backed with a money back guarantee.

Disadvantages

  • There is no mention of healthy diet or cardiovascular exercise.
  • The program is a PDF; also known as an eBook.
  • There is only one set of before and after photos.

Conclusion

The Symulast method may be based on science, but science is not enough to keep women interested in a program. There is no mention of the importance of healthy eating, though the author is quite the healthy eater, according to his website. We are sold on the method, but the presentation of the program lacks depth and, as it stands, the dieter should be wary of spending $50 or more on a program with so little depth.

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6 User Reviews about Symulast

  • 1
    Cindy

    What I found intriguing is that by typing into my ipad’s URL the words Symulast scam, or Joey Atlas scam, I got scores and scores of ENDORSEMENTS! I then realized that I needed to reword my query by asking, “Are there any complaints about Simulast and “Joey Atlas”. Bingo! I found this website. Thank you! It was just as I suspected, too good to be true….

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    Anita

    He lost my trust by claiming that the program was free, then you find out at the end that while some of it is free you have to pay nearly $50 up front first. He offers a money back guarantee, but I’m afraid that unless you live in the same country, USA, that is a worthless promise. I’m guessing it is pilates based floor exercises, squats etc with interval type short cardio. I guess he has to make money somehow but after spending so much on useless products, just like he says, I’m not willing to risk more money without knowing more.

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    Your Name

    Anita, those were precisely my thoughts…Free and I was so shocked to hear about money at the end..

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  • 3
    Charlotte

    Bit nit-picky mate. You don’t have to use an exercise ball, most people would realise if you do floor you need a mat, so I am sure a thick towel would suffice. Lastly most people have a small step in their homes and they are not very expensive. And you do get a diet plan in the book also there are 5 other sets of exercises which I thought was a bonus. The video is basic but I am sure with exercise most people want to get in and out. Thanks

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    Gail

    It took me almost two hours to listen to Joey got really bored by all the repeated jargon “about others out there” and still did not get to the end is this how he makes his money?

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    Neela

    This is INDEED how he makes $$$$$$! Lots of it I’m sure. He/they lost my trust as the Facebook page and any online ‘reviews’ of the program are all fake! There are no real reviews about the program that I can see. I would happily pay $50 if it would help but I think he needs to explain his basis for the program more before I would as it seems ‘too good to be true’.

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