Back in the day, the issue with some workouts - especially those "targeted workouts" - was that it didn't work enough of your body and your body would adapt to them too quickly. Nowadays, the issue seems to be not the workout but the participant.
Turbo Fire w/ workout queen Charlene Johnson is such a workout. It's from Beach Body...P90X, Insanity, Hip Hop Abs...yeah, these guys don't mess around.
This isn't one of those "$19.99 but wait there's more," type products that are mean to accompany a full workout. It's a, "here's a full system with a schedule of different workouts, diet plan, consult your physician," kind of workout. Granted, Turbo Fire is tiered so you can work your way into your results, but in the end, Turbo Fire provides the way, you have to make the means.
According to BeachBody.com, Turbo Fire claims the following features a n 11 DVD set:
- Get Fired Up - an introduction to the program
- Fire 30 Class / Stretch 10 Class
- HIIT 15 Class / Stretch 10 Class
- Fire 55 EZ Class / Stretch 10 Class
- Fire 45 Class / Stretch 10 Class
- HIIT 20 Class / Stretch 10 Class
- Fire 45 EZ Class / Stretch 10 Class
- HIIT Class / Stretch 10 Class
- Sculpt 30 Class / Tone 30 Class
- Stretch 40 Class / Stretch 10 Class (for newcomers)
Yeah, for a change, I am. HIIT stands for, "High Intensity Interval Training." It's quick workout bursts that give a jolt to your metabolism, making sure it's paying attention. The bursts help keep your body from getting too used to the workouts, brings up your heart beat and your metabolism, and helps get maximum results from your workout.
Order Process: Overall, the order process for Turbo Fire seems to have gone smoothly. There are a few overall complaints for the parent company, Beach Body, but the process itself has been okay. That hasn't been the issue.
Product Performance: We haven't seen issues where people are complaining of packaging or product issues. So far, so good. That's not our concern. Here's our concern:
The parent company, Beach Body, has been the subject of a few product scams from a Chinese company that has been copying the products and distributing them online. So, yeah, when you go to buy Turbo Fire, make sure you are buying from an official site.
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