Original web offer details & such: Standard & Deluxe versions available.
It took 2 years but I finally got on a structured routine where once again I crave the endorphin high I get when I hit the gym. Weights, cardio, aerobic...it feels like things are getting back to normal.
Then I get something like the Tapout XL thrown on my desk. A year and a half ago I said I wasn't ready for Insanity but as I see more products like this come out, my competitive juices start to flow all over again.
Glad to have that sensation back.
But with Tapout XL, how long will it feel competitive?
Let's look and find out.
Tapout XT is a pretty intense workout system with up to 14 videos providing different styled workouts meant to cover all the major areas of your body. The videos come together with a system so you know which video to use when so you can get maximum results. My elliptical machine doesn't do that.
According to tapoutxt.com, Tapout XT claims the following features and benefits:
- up to 14 videos
- high-intensity workouts
- additional workout equipment available
- 90-day money back guarantee
- hours of intense fun
Order Process: There's a couple different product offerings from which to choose: the main offer and the deluxe w/ the additional workout features.
Product Performance: Truth told, from all we've read and researched, this system looks pretty bad ass. There hasn't been anything we heard that said there was anything disparaging about the product performance. Go have some fun.
The order process remains relatively clean and the product performance continues to be appreciable. The fun part where having is in watching RushFit comparing itself to Tapout XT. We'll be doing a followup but so far, Jones and St. Pierre might need to settle this one in the cage.
You'd be hard-pressed to come across a product with this much billing and support that wouldn't provide some aspect of usefulness. Those days - for fear of jinxing us - seem to be a thing of the past. Every since Billy Blanks, the market for workout videos has exploded and most of them have been of extreme quality. Judging from the fluff and the YouTube videos, the only reason you don't enjoy the workout is because you don't commit to it.
Talk to your physician, and if they say it's okay, try making the lifestyle change and work your ass off. If you want to do so, the green button below will take you to an official product site.
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