Body Beast Review- Does This Exercise Program Really Work?
Beach Body isn’t your grandmother’s diet company. There’s been all sorts of discussion about these weight-loss products, so we created an in-depth review, examining the ingredients, side effects, level of customer service and scientific studies. Furthermore, we took the time to sort through hundreds of dieter comments and experiences found online. At this point we summarized the information we found to give you the facts you need.
What You Need To Know
Body Beast is a new fitness program from Beachbody, the parent company of fitness programs such as P90X, Insanity and Slim in 6. For the past several years, Beachbody has grown from a small fitness company to the international authority for fitness and health. The company not only addresses fitness needs, it addresses diet and supplementation as it relates to the specific workout.
Prior to releasing a product on the market, Beachbody spent months, if not years testing the products with real life people. Through testimonials, clinical trials and extensive amounts of research, the company provides products that have a high chance of improving overall health and wellbeing. Since Body Beast is still in development, the information regarding the product is few and far between. But we will take the information available and inform the average dieter of the benefits, if any.
List of Ingredients
Fitness routine from Beachbody.
Body Beast is a new fitness program from Beachbody. The premise of the routine is lifting weights and building muscles. The workout is considered extreme and requires an extensive amount of motivation in order to complete. Since the program is still in the development stages, pricing is not available. We feel the price will be in the neighborhood of $120. Information on the Facebook page and Twitter account stated the program will last 90 days, similar to P90X.
When we reviewed the promotion information, we realized that this program will not be for everyone. In order to achieve the results of the test group, individuals will have to have a history of weight training or bodybuilding. The test subject we saw look like off-season bodybuilders and not the average dieter.
In a Q&A session with Body Beast creator Sagi Kalev, a question was asked what was the equipment needed. Individuals will need a weight bench, free weights or the BowFlex select dial dumbbell system of bands. In order to achieve maximum results, resistance bands are not recommended. With the cost of the product unknown, individuals that do not currently have the additional items will need to make hefty purchases. The average dieter may find spending hundreds of dollars out of the question.
- The program is ideal for both men and women.
- The program will assist with strength training, lean muscle production and weight loss.
- The program is designed for experienced weight trainers.
- Dieters may not see results similar to the test group.
- The program requires a multitude of additional purchases.
Lifting weights is a proven method to stimulate lean muscle growth and possibly weight loss. Lifting weights is also proven to increase calorie burn. We feel Body Beast will improve strength and muscle size, but the average dieter will not see results similar to those of the test group.