Body Beast DVD Workout – Base Kit

May 5, 2015 - Comment

Body Beast is one of the first all-encompassing workout, performance diet, and supplement systems, created to build a large, muscular physique as quickly as possible. When used properly, it’s capable of adding ten pounds of lean muscle in 90 days. Body Beast is built on the concept of Dynamic Set Training, a specific sequence of

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Body Beast is one of the first all-encompassing workout, performance diet, and supplement systems, created to build a large, muscular physique as quickly as possible. When used properly, it’s capable of adding ten pounds of lean muscle in 90 days. Body Beast is built on the concept of Dynamic Set Training, a specific sequence of sets and reps which maximizes the muscle’s time under tension with the goal of exhausting the muscle and “recruiting” more muscle fiber. Dynamic Set Training is also designed to help enhance your body’s own testosterone production. Testosterone is the primary hormone responsible for developing muscle mass, so the more testosterone the body makes, the faster it grows.

Product Features

  • Body Beast conditioning system is capable of adding ten pounds of lean muscle in 90 days
  • Includes four DVDs with 12 workouts, “Book of the Beast” workout and nutrition/supplement guide, and two-sided training schedule
  • Schedule has the “HUGE” schedule on front and the “LEAN” schedule on back to tailor your workouts for desired results
  • Built on concept of Dynamic Set Training, a specific sequence of sets and reps which maximizes muscle’s time under tension with goal of exhausting muscle and “recruiting” more muscle fiber
  • Dynamic Set Training also designed to help enhance your body’s testosterone production; testosterone is primary hormone responsible for developing muscle mass

Comments

Dignan says:

Awesome results I am almost done with the program and I thought I would chime in with a review.First, a little background. This is my 5th Beachbody program. I have done many rounds of P90X, and have also done P90X+, P90X2 and Insanity. I have also run marathons and was a collegiate athlete. I’m a 43 year old male. In my late 30s I fell out of shape and about 4 years ago tried P90X and absolutely loved it. For me, P90X is simply an amazing product and it changed my life. I also loved Insanity and think the cardio workouts in Insanity are also top-notch. I was not impressed with either P90X+ or P90X2.Despite all the resistance routines in P90X, I never got as big or ripped as I wanted. I even tried modifying some of the P90X exercises (such as doing pull ups and push ups with a weighted vest) to gain more mass. This was met with mixed results. I have a very thin body type and I don’t gain weight easily (I’m not complaining). So I was really excited when Beachbody…

John Oconnor says:

A good at home body building program THE WORKOUT: There is nothing new here. It is based on decades old Wieder principle of progressive overload, with many advanced set techniques thrown in, like drop sets and supersets. It is presented in a form that is new and fresh, that doesn’t require the viewer to fully understand why things work, just that they do. The video assumes you have a basic to intermediate knowledge of body building, so there isn’t too much instruction as to how to do the moves. All moves are on the workout sheets in plain English (not Tony Horton speak like p90x) so you can you tube them prior if you are concerned. The rest periods between sets are very short, which helps increase results. Also, mush workouts are less than 45 minutes, which keeps you in the optimal growth zone and doesn’t waste too much time.SPECIAL NOTE: This product isn’t as “revolutionary” as p90x, but it is the best in home body building (not fitness) program I have seen. The biggest achievement here are…

DapperDave says:

Great intro to bodybuilding. Works as described. Too much equipment required for a “home” workout program. This is a great program. It delivers what it promises, which is muscle growth and some increased strength to go with it.First off, this is obviously a bodybuilding program. I would say its a good introduction to bodybuilding, but that it can also be used by someone that has been lifting for a while and is just looking to do something different. If you are looking to lose weight and shed some fat, there are definitely other programs that will work better for fat loss and improving general fitness. Rushfit and P90X are really great for weight loss and increasing functional strength and fitness. With that said, as a bodybuilding program it is really effective in helping to put on some extra muscle. I would be lying if I told you exactly how much muscle I put on, but I can tell you that my weight has gone up by about 6lbs, and my body fat actually decreased by 1.5 percent. Obviously I traded some fat for muscle and then grew a little. I’m pretty happy with those results. I…

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