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Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Review

Here is my detailed Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Review.  After I cleared up my work schedule I decided to reach out to one of the coauthors of this program to see if I could get a review copy of the course and guess what?

Click Here To Visit The Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Official Website

Adam was a nice enough to do it for me. He even included the deluxe course, which made it real easy for me check out the product in serious detail. So let’s move on with my Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Review.

Detailed Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Review

Ever since I was younger I’ve been into health and fitness, bodyweight exercise and something called boot camp workouts. A long time ago a friend of mine who was in the health and fitness industry taught me that these types of exercises were a lot better for developing strength and overall conditioning. These workouts allow me to get my maximum strength, balance and coordination.

Oh, the cool part is I can also perform these exercises when doing a full total cardio workout. This program let’s you save time and money because you don’t need any weights and you don’t need a health club. Working out without weights is a quick and effective way to get results.

bodyweight exercise revolutionThe Bodyweight Exercise Revolution course has a huge amount of information within it. I recommend you start with the bodyweight exercise book first. The book contains a number of videos displaying different strength and muscle gaining workouts as well as fat loss circuits.

They authors even put exercises I never even heard of before in the book. This is the type of stuff I look for because sometimes it gets boring doing the same exercises over and over. To see something new and different was quite refreshing.

I was really quite surprised to the number of workouts they found that didn’t requires weights. Adam Steer and Ryan Murdock are always coming up with new and unique ways to train and that brings me into the next part of this Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Review.

Let’s take a look at the authors behind this workout program. Another reason I’m enjoying this program is because I don’t want to get big or put on a lot of muscle and this program helps you to tone what you already have more than actually put on mass muscle. Don’t get me wrong as you’ll see a difference as I already am, but if you’re looking to bulk up something serious than this course isn’t for you. The next part of course in my bodyweight exercise revolution review I want to look at is the program itself.

Bodyweight exercises are strength training exercises that do not require free weights; the individual’s own weight provides the resistance for the movement. Movements such as the push-up, the pull-up, and the sit-up are some of the most common bodyweight exercises. – Wikipedia

Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Is Broken Into 5 Programs

  • The Bodyweight Exercise Revolution E-book has over 165 pages filled with high quality info, explanations and detailed instructions.
  • You get vivid color photos with clear and detailed instructions for each of the different exercise variations.
  • Distinct programming which goes all the way up to 20 weeks (you get tons of different variations of the different exercises which allow you to change up your training level and intensity)
  • A excellent follow my footsteps instructional video which is based on something called the RMAX Intu-Flow, which is a joint health and mobility program.
  • The 28-day Fat Loss program which takes you by the hand and shows you what you need to do to release the weight for good.
  • The 28-day Muscle Gain program shows you how to  put muscle on without getting massive.
  • The 28-day Strength Building program helps you to increase your strength and intensity levels.
  • The 28-day Longevity program & the 28-day General Athleticism program

Bonus Content You Get With Bodyweight Exercise Revolution

  • Follow-along videos of ALL the circuits and sessions.
  • On-going customer and training support from both Ryan and Adam through the RMAX International on-line forum.

What it all comes down to is results and so far I’m seeing some results. Nothing earth shattering yet, but there is no such thing as getting fit quick. I know, we wish it was possible to get fit in an hurry, but that isn’t going to happen anytime soon. So let me just keep it simple since simple is good. To learn more visit the official website here.

About the Author Josh Houghton

Josh is the owner and chief editor of Trustworthy Fitness. To stay up to date with the latest news on Trustworthy Fitness visit us on Facebook.

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