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Disclaimer: I am an independent Team Beachbody Coach and therefore have a bias. So because I believe going whole hog on just about everything, my first foray into all things Beachbody was in June. My thin little brother had these totally toned, bulked up arms! What the heck?! I wanted in.
I had plateaued at silks and thought that by doing some weight lifting at home, I could work through the plateau.
Darling little brother brought me the DVDs, the meal plan book, and three sets of weights. Body Beast works in 3 phases: Build, Bulk, Beast.
The trainer who created it, Sagi Kalev, wanted to create a program that would allow for regular folks like you and me to build muscle like the people who compete in body building competitions. There are two different ways to work through the program, either to lean out and lose weight or to bulk up and build a ton of muscle. I chose the lean out schedule and got started. My initial thoughts: Sagi is the broiest bro who ever broed. Woman doing your program, dude. English is clearly his second language so he kept messing up idioms which would make me laugh in the middle of my workout and forget about how much my muscles were screaming.
The workouts broke down like this:.
Like at all. It made for some major giggles while working out. Build Legs- I did not worry about feeling like I would die during this workout…but I should have. Holy bejeezus, leg day. I never understood why people avoided it until now. You use a pull up bar for this bad boy which was awkward for me because my pull up bar is in a completely different area of my house so I had to turn the tv up way loud and run to my bar when it came time to do pull ups.
Build Shoulders- This made me realize that my shoulders are really weak and I need to continue to work on those bad boys. Bulk Chest- I thought Bulk would be way more difficult than Build but it actually felt quite a bit easier while I was doing it. Bulk Arms- Biceps, triceps, oh my! The progressive sets here made my arms screeeeeeeeeeeam. Bulk Back- Aerialists are really reliant on their back muscles, so I felt I really needed this workout. And I loved it. Bulk Shoulder- Dude, why are my shoulders so weak?! Sagi never answered me.
Beast Cardio- Okay, so both leg days were really difficult for me, but cardio totally killed. It was all body weight exercises and I had no idea I could get my heart pumping just using my body weight. Since the idea is to be able to build muscle, your caloric intake is ificantly higher than a program where the only desire is to lose weight. Obviously protein is a huge component here but the book also comes with other food lists to help you on your journey.
I will Body beast sean I felt quite a bit stronger and started seeing quite a bit of tone in my arms and legs before I had to start. Lucky for you, the Challenge Pack is on Body beast sean this month! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google .
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