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My Body Beast Workout Review

Updated on March 1, 2013

Move Over Skinny, Here Comes the My BODY BEAST Review

BODY BEAST workout is specifically designed to bulk you up - no matter how hard you typically gain muscle. Oh man, can you feel the excitement in the air? It's because the latest Beachbody at-home workout program has finally arrived.

A lot of people may be thinking that gaining mass using at home DVD exercise videos is impossible. Well, the same thing was said about Beachbody's best-selling workout program P90X. People used to believe there was no way to get ripped without a gym, and P90X has put that myth to rest (may it rest in peace), and the BODY BEAST workout is going to put the belief that you can't gain mass without a gym to rest as well.

BODY BEAST - For People Looking to Build Mass

If you are looking just to tone up or lose weight, then BODY BEAST is not for you - there are plenty of other Beachbody programs designed especially for just that. However, the BODY BEAST workout is for people who are looking to add solid muscle mass to their frame. But, that is not all...BODY BEAST will also help you build muscle strength and improve your overall health.

BODY BEAST blends proven old-school bodybuilding techniques with new-school scientifically tested methods of lifting such as Dynamic Set Training, which will produce maximum muscle gains without the use of harmful steroids or supplements. The BODY BEAST method of training is an all-natural method that is a complete, well-rounded bodybuilding system that includes the weight training program, healthy dieting plan, and nutritional supplement program.

While this program is an extreme muscle building program, it can be used by beginner, intermediate, and advanced weightlifters alike. The great thing is that no fancy gym equipment is necessary to get the results you want, just plain old weights, bench, and an exercise ball if you want it.

BODY BEAST - PROS and CONS

Of course no matter how great a program is, it will have some cons to it. Unfortunately, the BODY BEAST workout program is no exception. However, let us first look at the pros before discussing its downside.

PROS

- Developed by champion bodybuilder, Sagi Kalev

- Builds muscle mass

- Geared toward the beginner, intermediate, or advanced weight trainer

- Complete nutritional guide with supplement system to maximize gains naturally

- 100% natural system of professional bodybuilders

CONS

- Weight training equipment is necessary

- Not recommended if you're only interested in weight loss - this program will bulk you up whether you want it to or not

You can order the Body Beast program or take a closer look at the complete package at Muscle at Home.

Take a Peek at the Body Beast Workout

Body Beast Supplements

The Body Beast program is not only a workout plan, but it also combines elite nutritional supplements to add the most mass possible to your frame. Please Note: You do not need to use any of the recommended supplements to see amazing results with the BODY BEAST workout program. You could easily get real results with only your regular post-workout recovery drink or protein shake - they just won't be quite as intense as the gains in mass you'll get using the recommended supplements below.

1. Fuel Shot - Body Beast fuel shot is an after-workout drink that combines dextrose and maltodextrin to help increase your muscle recovery rate after working out. The faster you recover, the harder you can can train - this means you can build even more muscle faster than ever before.

2. Base Shake - Body Beast Base Shake is a whey protein isolate protein shake that contains 18 carbohydrates. Whey protein isolate is often called the "King" of whey protein as it is fastest digesting protein available and is also the lowest in calories.

3. M.A.X. Creatine - Body Beast M.A.X. Creatine is 100% creatine monohydrate. This is the only type of creatine that has been scientifically proven to increase muscle strength, muscle size, and your body weight.

4. Super Suma - The main ingredient in the Body Beast supplement Super Suma is Suma Root. Suma Root is a South American herb that has been used for hundreds of years to treat everything from depression to decreasing the size of tumors. Not much is known about this supplement in the United States, but it has shown promise in increasing testosterone levels naturally.

The Man Behind BODY BEAST

The Man Behind BODY BEAST
The Man Behind BODY BEAST

About the Trainer of the BODY BEAST Program

An at-home program without a really good trainer is basically useless. When you workout out at home, you need a leader who will not only properly train you how to correctly perform each movement, but also someone who will motivate you and keep you dedicated to the program. That is exactly why Beachbody chose bodybuilding legend, Sagi Kalev - he possesses all of those qualities.

Having been featured in numerous magazines, winning multiple bodybuilding competitions and also running a very successful personal training business, Sagi Kalev has what it takes to bring out the beast in everyone. Not only does Sagi have the brawn to prove his knowledge, he also holds a degree in Physical Education and minor in Nutrition from the University of Central Florida. With the Body Beast program, you're not learning and taking advice from some idiot, this guy really knows how it all works.

Whether you're a naturally thin, hard-gainer or just looking to add some mass to your frame while losing a little bit of fat along the way, then the Body Beast workout is right for you.

BODY BEAST Results Photo

BODY BEAST Results Photo
BODY BEAST Results Photo

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    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      5 years ago

      @anonymous: Sure can!! Just follow the lean beast schedule...

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      5 years ago

      @anonymous: You sure can!

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Jake, the program offers alternatives on what weights you can use on the exercises. For instance you could do curls with straight bar or dumbbells. Hope that helps.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      What are all the weights needed to do this program, because on the video they've been using dumbbells, but on the website it says only a curling bar?

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: No, the body beast supplements will not have any negative long term side effects if you continually take them. Base shake is a protein shake and fuel shot is a dextrose/maltodextrin carbohydrate blend.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @qqq0104 lm: Do the body beast supplements base shake and fuel shot have any negative long term affects if you continuously take them?

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Eric, at your age I would just stick to the protein powder, when you hit 18 you can think about some of the other nutritional supplements, but protein will always be the most important anyway.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      I'm only 16 and I've done P90X twice, only using Six Star Whey Protein as a supplement (I used to use Body Fortress Whey Isolate). I'm 5'4 and 114lbs. My goal weight is 125lbs by December (wrestling season). I want to try Body Beast and maximize my results, but I'm not sure what supplements are safe for a 16 year old. What do you think?

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Pat, the ratings of all the Beachbody programs are intended to be PG. However, if the language in P90X was bad to you, then I think your sons may be a tad too young for weightlifting so intense that is found in a program like the Body Beast.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: My three young sons and I just got done with P90X with great results. I really want to do Body Beast with them now, but I am a little worried about the bad language. It was bad enough with P90X, so if Body Beast is any worse we will have to pass. Can you give me any idea if it is better or worse?

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @qqq0104 lm: Thank you so much for your help.Please keep us updated about your beast workouts.Well i can't start before july.I live in Norway europe so mine wont arrive this month.It's a pitty my country bans all supplements baught outside norway..

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: Here is how I would follow BODY BEAST if I was you, I would follow the Huge Beast Plan for the first month and see how I respond to training, if I am happy with the results continue following the Huge Beast plan, if not switch to the Lean Beast plan.

      As for light cardio on resistance days, you may want to add in an extra block of carbohydrates if you feel low energy. Muscle is built when you rest so as long as you are getting proper nutrition and plenty of sleep you should not burn out.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @qqq0104 lm: well that was a very helpful reply .thanks for that.so should i do lean or bulk?i see that in the 3 phaze you burn fat anyway.i was thinking i could do som light cardio alongwith on resistance days to burn some fat away.i love outdoor sports.would that be too much on my body?

    • qqq0104 lm profile imageAUTHOR

      qqq0104 lm 

      6 years ago

      @anonymous: You sure can BODY BEAST is for anyone looking to add muscle and you will also lose body fat from the program just not as much as say from a program like Insanity. BODY BEAST builds muscle first, burns body fat second.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      i am 200 lbs and want to loose fat not weight.i want to get more mass too.can i do bodybeast.

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