Do Beachbody programs work?
Everyday on my youtube channel or Facebook live I am sharing my progress and experience with Beachbody workouts like P90X, Insanity, Insanity Max 30, Body Beast, and most currently with the Shift Shop and EVERY day as people share their goals with me and I offer them a solution I am asked, “Do Beachbody programs work?” I have been helping people with these programs for the past 7 years and being doing it as a full-time career for the past 5 years and to answer your question of, “Do Beachbody programs work?” The answer is YES, so long as you put in the work. These are the results of my friend Robert with Insanity Max 30 and I share them with you so that you can see another story of somebody’s life being changed by following a fitness program, proper nutrition, and using the accountability of Team Beachbody and a coach.
“I’ve been fit for most of my adult life, but not necessarily looking as fit as I’d hoped to. I’ve run marathons and have been doing Beachbody programs for years, but none challenged me like MAX:30. By adding the abs portion, I was able to not only get much leaner, but at 52, look better and more toned than I have in many years. It’s a great feeling, almost like facing the potential aging process head-on. It’s been a great process. Being 52, and while I was in running shape, it’s a whole new ball game with this workout. I also have the challenge of working three jobs, one full-time and one teaching college 70 miles from my house. For several days a week, I had to get up at 3:30 in the morning to do my MAX:30, so I could leave for my teaching job at 5 AM, and then have enough energy to work my full-time job afterward. Despite that, I feel like I overcame the obstacle, and ended up feeling and looking better than I ever have. I lost nearly 20 pounds, my pants went down two inches (so they are fitting again), and I’ve even had to go down a notch on my belt. I have a pretty good six-pack for a 52-year-old guy. My arms, despite not really doing anything specific for them (other than push-ups and an occasional tricep dip on one of the Tabata workouts), are bigger and more toned, as is my chest and back, and even my butt — thanks to all those planks and burpees. I never thought I’d lose the love handles, which, despite thousands of push-ups and leg raises over the years, never quite went away.”