- Not for weight loss. It’s going to bulk you up but it’s not a ‘con’ if you’re after building muscles in particular.
- Requires additional purchases. You’ll have to buy the necessary tools from the official site
Real User Reviews
To help you gauge whether or not the program works, I searched the web for real user experiences. I was particularly eyeing for negative feedback but apparently there are more pleasant feedback than I expected. The following sums up what users are saying in general.
This guy evidently loves the backbreaking exercises to ever think of doing the program again.
The next two comments prove these guys love its strenuousness and effectiveness…
Does It Really Work?
Based on most reviews, it does deliver its purpose. Like any other regimen, however, you need the discipline and commitment to regularly do the program. In fact, you need even more motivation to continue doing it as everybody who’s experienced it is saying the same – it’s strenuous and it will work your muscles up to the point of fatigue. If you don’t feel exhaustion as you work out, you may be doing it wrong.
Another thing to remember is to seriously stick to the recommended diet plan otherwise you may be eating what you shouldn’t since you’ll have the tendency to think that you’ll need to gain weight anyway. If you want to see results, don’t cheat on your diet.
Most importantly, if your primary goal is to get slimmer or to lose weight, find something else. This is not the program for you. Body Beast is bent on bulking you up. If your goal is to lose weight you may want to check our review on Turbo Fire here or our list of the top ab workout machines that are also intended for weight loss in this link.
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