Body Beast Review

Body Beast Review

Body Beast Review

Body Beast Review

Body Beast is a relatively new program.  I started with P90X when I found the Beachbody programs, but I am starting tomorrow with my 3rd round of Body Beast.  So, I figured this was a good time to do a Body Beast Review.  I have done several rounds of P90X and many other Beachbody programs.  I worked out for a couple of years hard with P90X and I LOVED the results and it was a great place to start.  I highly recommend P90X also.  I really think I will do more 90 day rounds of P90X and/or Insanity.  However, when Body Beast came out, I was totally stoked.  I was a little afraid going in because I hadn’t lifted weights in so long.  This was exactly what my body needed though.  Flexibility is easy enough to incorporate by stretching before and after the workouts because the workouts are relatively short.  I have told people I had tried to embrace my inner cheetah with P90X, and my inner gazelle with Insanity, but now it was time to embrace my inner rhino.  For me, it was time to get in great shape and transform my body by putting on muscle.  I had lost down to about 220 lbs doing P90X and P90X+ but I don’t think I looked good.  I actually feel better now than I did then, but it took P90X to get me to where I needed to be so Body Beast could do it’s thing.  As part of this Body Beast Review, it’s important to remember that we are all different and our bodies respond differently to different workouts and nutrition programs.  Should women get Body Beast and should women lift weights?  YES!!  Muscles are sexy, on men and women.  Don’t worry about bulking up too much as a woman.  Women have typically 10 times less testosterone than men, so, you won’t look like the incredible hulk and, if you are not happy with the muscles you start seeing, stop working them.  They will go away, I promise.

Body Beast Review – Equipment

My Body Beast Review of course has to cover the equipment needed.  I already had the Bowflex Selecttech 552 dumbbells I purchased to do P90X.  I also had the Beachbody/P90X pullup bar.  What I didn’t have that was recommended was an adjustable bench and the EZ Curl bar.  After thinking about it and talking to some people, I decided to go ahead and get the EZ Curl bar offered by Beachbody.  I had a big stability ball that came when I ordered P90X2, so I decided to use that instead of the bench.  I could have just used the dumbbells and not gotten the EZ Curl bar but I wanted the best results possible.  There are modifications using the dumbbells instead of the bar and a resistance band doing pull downs instead of the pullup bar.  So, it is somewhat modifiable.  The weights you use are basically determined by what you can do.  If you want to do it “right” and get everything you need, you’ll need dumbbells (up to 50 lbs max to start most likely), an adjustable bench (stability ball), EZ Curl Bar with weights (25, 10, 5 and 2.5 lb plates), a pullup bar.

Body Beast Review – The Supplements

When I ordered it, I did basically what I did with P90X and ordered the recommended supplements with it.  I already had shakeology that I also used but I ordered the Fuel Shot, Creatine, Suma Root and Whey Base Shake.  The Fuel Shot is an after workout drink that replenishes what your body lost during the workout and helps rebuild your tissues and muscle fibers.  Creatine is also taken after the workout and pulls water into the muscles and tissues to help build muscle fibers and help with the healing process after the workout.  Suma Root helps with natural testosterone production and helps with muscle building.  Whey Base Shake is the supplement I added to the shakeology and helps develop muscles as well.  I love all of the supplements available for Body Beast.

Body Beast Review – The Workouts

You can’t have a Body Beast Review without talking about the workouts, right?  I have a bad shoulder and starting out slow and building up, I never really had any problems with these workouts at all.  In fact, my shoulder feels better than it has in a long time.  I’m stronger and not doing all those pushups for a little while really helped it I think.

BEAST BASICS: – Sagi gives you an overview of the complete Body Beast™ system, starting with basic moves and the science behind the program, and moving to two essentials of getting big—nutrition and supplementation. He wraps things up with weights, equipment, form, and safety, covering everything you need to “beast up.”

Build: Chest/Tris – Focused on the muscles of your chest and triceps, a combination of Super, Giant, and Single Sets create strength and definition.  (49 minutes)

Build: SHOULDERS – Focused on creating stunning deltoids.  (38 minutes)

Beast: Abs – Ab work is here for more than looks. A strong core helps you lift heavier weight safely and helps you improve your posture. (11 minutes)

Build: LEGS – Say goodbye to skinny legs. Focused on powerful quads, hamstrings, calves, and glutes. (38 minutes)

Build: BACK/BIS – Create that “V” shape—bigger lats, traps, rhomboids, and biceps. Get ready to pull and curl.  (50 minutes)

Bulk: Chest – Uses Super Sets, Force Sets, Progressive Sets, Combo Sets, and Multi-Sets with an increase in resistance to help bulk your pecs. Different angles and exercises hit different fibers of the fan-shaped muscle. The addition of Progressive Sets really focuses on muscular hypertrophy.  (30 minutes)

Bulk: Back – Uses Super Sets and Force Sets with an increase in resistance to create a massive back. The addition of Force Sets creates a focus on hypertrophy.  (29 minutes)

Bulk: Legs – Progressive Sets, Force Sets, and Super Sets to help you transform chicken legs into tree trunks.  (40 minutes)

Bulk: SHOULDERS – Super Sets and Progressive Sets that focus more on the posterior delt (or back of the shoulder), creating an even more 3-D appearance. Added weight and lower reps help pronounce the hypertrophy effect.  (35 minutes)

Bulk: ARMS – Focused training with Progressive Sets, Force Sets, and Super Sets to create huge biceps and triceps.  (36 minutes)

Beast: Abs – Ab work is here for more than looks. A strong core helps you lift heavier weight safely and helps you improve your posture. (11 minutes)

Beast: Cardio – You didn’t see this workout in Pumping Iron. A highly new-school performance-oriented cardio workout to not only help cut you up, but to increase your ability to get bigger. (30 minutes)

Beast: Total Body – A circuit routine for your entire body. Good to have when reality sets in and you need to (*gulp*) miss a workout day or two.  (39 minutes)

Plus, mass-building training tools:

Book of Beast. Get all the details on how to train and eat like a Beast. Includes workout descriptions, training tips, and a 3-phase eating plan complete with recipes and supplement instructions.

Body Beast Training Schedules. Track your daily workouts and push yourself HARD.

My Body Beast Review and recommendation is, if you want to put on some serious muscle, get it, or Contact Me and we can talk about it some more.


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