If you haven’t heard, Beachbody’s NEWEST project is a MASS GAINING program called BODY BEAST! I know that a ton of you out there are looking to gain mass. Beachbody listened and has been developing this program for YOU! This program was developed with Sagi Kalev, a former body builder, and all around Beast. He brings his years of experience of building mass to your house with Body Beast. Even though this program is still in development, it has already been shot and is looking to release at some point this year. I am very excited to see what they have in store and how they have made a Muscle Building, Mass Gainging program that you can do from home! Talk about Getting Ripped at Home! Below are all the latest details on Body Beast. Let us know what you think by commenting below!
Currently still in development, BODY BEAST is the first Beachbody program dedicated to maximum muscle gains and fat loss. Created by champion bodybuilder, Sagi Kalev, it uses a combination of old- and new-school bodybuilding techniques to build muscle without using expensive gym equipment or harmful steroids BODY BEAST workout is an extreme program, specifically developed to bulk up your body AND your confidence. Check back here for more details and the upcoming BODY BEAST release date. Soon you can start building your body with the BODY BEAST workout, right at home.
BODY BEAST workout is one of the only all-encompassing body-building, nutrition and supplement systems on the market.
Get big, increase your confidence level and just plain get healthy With BODY BEAST.
Beachbody’s new BODY BEAST workout is designed to give you results. You don’t have to be an athlete. Even if you’ve never worked out, we can help you get the body you want by using this systematic workout schedule together with a growth-inducing nutrition plan and specially formulated supplements.
If you answered YES to any of these questions then BODY BEAST is what you have been looking for.
Sagi Kalev, creator of BODY BEAST, has been a bodybuilder since the age of 16. He credits a four-year tour of duty in the Israeli army with teaching him the discipline, focus, determination, and respect he brings to his bodybuilding training.
Drawing on his education (a degree in physical education from the University of Central Florida with a minor in nutrition), Sagi has written a nutrition plan specifically for the BODY BEAST workout. And his many years of experience in training bodybuilding competitors serve as the foundation for the program itself.
After graduating from college, Sagi pursued a fitness modeling and acting career. He has competed in numerous bodybuilding competitions and has won two “Mr. Israel” titles along with a number of others. He’s also appeared on the cover of Men’s Workout, Iron Man, and Muscle & Fitness magazines, and several other publications.
After many years of modeling and entering shows, in 2003 Sagi decided to change his focus to personal training and working with people of all age levels, to help them get healthy and in excellent physical condition.
With BODY BEAST, it’s about technique and building a strong foundation—not just lifting the heaviest weights you can. It’s about changing how you feel about yourself by improving your self image. Let Sagi Kalev show you the way.
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Thanks Sean, good to hear that program is keeping you interested. To be fair, I have not tried p90x2 and my comment is based of discussions, online forums etc. but I have not tried it. I just been reloading old p90x and still like it. But like many, looking for little more mass based workouts (slowing down tony really :)) rather than cardio powered like p90x. $90 is not bad at all...I thought it was going to be in in realm of $200. Since I invested into powerblocks when I started p90x I been wanting to push them around more anyhow :) So is the program available yet or is it only out for coaches? Thanks!
@level99: Don't knock it till you try it ;) . j/k but honestly X2 is worth checking out when you reach the point where you want to change things up and try some new moves. There are definitely workouts in X2 that are better than P90X and some that aren't as good. But all in all, I really like X2. If you are looking for mass though, I would DEFINITELY pick up Body Beast. Yep, the program is now available. You just have to order it through a coach like myself. The benefit of that to you is that you also get the Lucky 7 workout for free. If you buy the HUGE or BEAST kits you also get the TEMPO Chest/Tri and TEMPO Back/Bi workouts as well. Just go to the "PROGRAMS" tab above. There is also Body beast supplements in the supplement section as well as Body Beast equipment in the Gear Section. Here is a link http://getrippedathome.com/workouts-exercises/body-beast/body-beast-out-now/
P90x2 is no joke. I seriously think that combining some of the P90x2 workouts with the Body Beast would work perfect!! I love how P90x2 has a lot of core conditioning workouts. I have tried Asylum and it's for athletes who are trying to get better sports performance, that being said.. Asylum is no joke. To this day I still think Insanity Asylum is the most hardest workout dvd BeachBody has to offer. But I want Body Beast!!! I have been waiting for a dvd like this for a long time
@psxdogg: You won't be disappointed man. It's definitely worth getting. I have a body beast facebook group, if you want in, find me and i'll add ya.
Interesting program and so soon after p90x2 failed, I mean got released :) I hope they focus on form and reps rather than variety for the sake of 'muscle confusion'. If the program is based on 'eat more & lift more' concepts (as many bodybuilders preach) than I will pass. Still like the strength training dvds from p90x. Do post your experience with it, thanks!
@level99: I have done about 2 weeks so far and am very surprised by how well it is put together. I am not really a "Go heavy or go home" type of guy but these workouts have been fun, challenging and definitely focus on slow tempo and proper form. Lots of time under tension and different set combinations that really get you pumped up. The total program combines a high calorie diet with different phases of workouts that seems to focus directly on hypertrophy. The eating plan is definitely not a "see food diet". You have to eat the proper proteins/carbs/fats as well as hit the calorie marks each day that is suggested. If you are looking to gain mass, for $89.85, you honestly can't go wrong. You definitely need dumbbells though. I don't agree that P90X2 failed, too soon to tell. So far it is the fastest selling program that Beachbody has put out. They haven't put any marketing (infomercial) in it yet so we will see how it does after that. The GR@H Crew members that have done P90X2 have gotten great results. You can see some of them in some of the past posts. But I could be a little bias ;)
Coach, Do you know if I will be obligated to buy weights along with the Body Beast program? Just like Les Mills Pump, all I needed was the workout DVDs because I already had the barbell set but I was obligated to buy the Les Mills weights just to get the DVD. thanks, Carlo
@Carlo: Not sure man. It's all speculation at this point. I would imagine that they would probably offer the equipment, much like the P90X2 kits.
i have a question that doesn't really have to do with body beast. Im going to start insanity- the asylum after my 3rd round of p90x (then go to p90x2) and my 3rd round just ended like a week ago, but i can't start the asylum until i get back from my vacation (we are leaving on the 3-20-12) and thats like 15 days so its not enough time to start it. So i was wondering what i should do in those like 2 and a half weeks. Should i try some of the asylum workouts or what. THANK YU!!!!
@Nathan: Since you have gone through these programs before, I would suggest you just do workouts that you like. Stick to a typical P90X schedule and put in the appropriate muscle group that you want to work.
YES! This is exactly what I've been waiting for! I'm so exited Beachbody finally has a mass-gaining workout coming!