Body Beast Review

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BUSY, BUSY, BUSY.   That is how I would describe every day as a threedaugherdad.  Being fit is a challenge.  So what is my secret.  Be selfish with my time at 5:30 am.

If you are like me, I started working out and used the  Weider Principles…. Old School Lifting.  That is what Body Beast is…..Old School Lifting.

I ordered my Body Beast from Amazon.  It turns out there are several options available.   I got the “Base Kit” for $49 and as a Amazon Prime member, I got two day free shipping.

The good news is, you don’t need a lot of equipment to do Body Beast.  A few dumbbells or a good adjustable set of dumbbells and a bench (if you don’t have a bench, an exercise ball will work) is all you need to get going.  Dumbbells and a simple bench can be found on Craigslist for fairly inexpensive.

This is definitely not a high intensity program like P90x or Insanity, but it is a tough workout.  How hard you push yourself, is going to determine the results.  I like Sagi and his calm but motivating nature.  The other thing that makes it great for me is the fact that I travel and once you’ve done a workout, you don’t need the video to repeat it.  I choose my hotels based on the fitness centers.  Most Marriott and Hilton’s have weight rooms with a bench and a full rack of dumbbells.

This is the only time I have ever taken an interest in following the diet plan.  I like the fact that I am eating around 2500-2800 calories per day.  I am tracking all of my food intake with myfitnesspal.

If you need and idea to build a bench ( look at buff dudes YouTube page for a good example.


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