Bowflex Max Trainer Reviews – Is It Worth It?

Bowflex Max Trainer Reviews – Is It Worth It?

The Bowflex Max Trainer is a unique, low-impact machine by Nautilus that blends elements of elliptical and step climber trainers and combines them with interval training for increased metabolic rate and fat loss. Designed to provide a full body workout with pedals and handlebars, it is claimed to burn up to 2.5 times more calories than traditional machines in as little as 14 minutes. In this review you will find out how the Max Trainer works, its pros and cons, and whether it is a valid alternative to elliptical, step climber or treadmill trainers.

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PiYo Review – Does Chalene Johnson’s Program Deliver?

PiYo Review  – Does Chalene Johnson’s Program Deliver?

PiYo is unique fitness program encompassing a wide range of skills like calisthenics, pilates and yoga from which it takes its acronym name. Unlike traditional pilates and yoga, the workouts blend together these different exercises in a seamless, dynamic fashion designed to increase your metabolic rate, spur fat loss and improve strength in less time, aside from making it more fun. This review of Charlene Johnson’s program will uncover how this program works, who can get the most benefits and what the pros and cons are.

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Toned In Ten Review – Does Erin Nielsen’s Body Shaping Plan Work?

Toned In Ten Review – Does Erin Nielsen’s Body Shaping Plan Work?

Toned In Ten is a simple plan for busy people who have no time for long workouts. It can be done at home in as little as 10 minutes per day, 50 minutes per week, with short but high intensity workouts optimized for “after burn” fat loss. Eric Nielsen’s program is a no-frills blueprint equally suitable for women and men. In this review you will find out how it works and whether it’s worthy.

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The Achievable Body Review – Restoring Metabolism To Address Fat Loss

The Achievable Body Review – Restoring Metabolism To Address Fat Loss

The Achievable Body is a program that tackles plateaus in fat loss for those who unsuccessfully tried losing weight before due to a slow down in metabolic rate and excessive, prolonged calorie deficit. The plan focuses on addressing the issue of so-called “metabolic damage” for long-term, unsuccessful dieters by resetting their metabolic rate to high levels and kick start them into fat-burning mode once again. In this review of Mike Whitfield’s program you will find out what this metabolic damage is all about, whether it is a gimmick or not, whether the plan works and what its pros and cons are.

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