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New Programs, Gear + Apparel

Hey Get Ripped at Home crew, today I updated the site with some new programs, gear and apparel.  It has been something that I have needed to do for some time now.  I will continue to reorganize the sites pages to make them a little easier to navigate.

In the program section you will find Les Mills Pump, Beachbody newest program.  Yes, even newer than P90X2.  Les Mills Pump is the home version of Body Pump, that you can find in gyms around the nation.  These classes are widely popular so it is very cool that Beachbody brought them to the home fitness world.  This program is based upon the idea of the “Rep Effect”.  Where you lift light weight for many reps.  This gets your heart rate extremely high so you burn calories and sculpt lean muscle.  The program comes with a barbell and weights, and is available in a Base Kit, Ultimate Kit and Upgrade kits.  There is even a Ab workout called Core that you can buy as a stand a lone to add to your current programs.  Pump is also schedule to be fit into other programs very easily.  It is perfect to hybrid with P90X, P90X2, Insanity, Asylum or TurboFire.

I also added 10 Minute Trainer to the program section.  This is something that has been requested for a long time so I decided to finally add it.  Personally I love these workouts because they are short and intense.  The 10 Minute Ab routine is literally the hardest 10 min ab workout I have ever done.  These workouts are great for those who have very little time and want to get a quick but extremely effective workout in.  As you get stronger you can add a couple together and get 10, 20 and 30 min workouts.  They are also great to add to other programs for a little something extra.

In the “Gear” section of the site you will find the Brand New P90X2 Equipement!  This is for those who didn’t get a chance to buy the Ultimate or Deluxe kits and want to add on the equipment to their P90X2 Base Kits.  They all come with the advanced DVDs as well.  Where you can see V-Sculpt (one of the P90X2 workouts that I am in).  I also added the X2 Stability Balls, X2 Rumble Roller, X2 Foam Roller and X2 Med Balls.  This is all the equipment that I use personally and is all very good quality.  For those who travel or use resistance bands, you can also find the band set with door attachments.  Another cool thing that Team Beachbody is offering is that you can buy the P90X2 Nutrition guide separately!  There are also P90X2 posters, so check those out as well.

I have added some Asylum gear that you can now buy separately as well.  So if you were looking for an extra Agility Ladder or Speed Rope, you can not get it through the site as well.  Did your Strength Bands break from all the wear and tear of Asylum?  Mine did, so I ordered some extra Strength Bands as well.

In case you didn’t hear, Team Beachbody has made a great pre-workout supplement called E&E Energy and Endurance pre-workout supplement, that you can now find here on the site in the “Supplement” section.  I will be adding my impressions and review as soon as It arrives.  (it should be here tomorrow).

Lastly, I also added Apparel to the “Gear” section of the site.  You will find a couple new items in there, including some new T-Shirts and Tank Tops.  Beachbody is also coming out with Branded clothing for their programs.  I had a chance to preview some of these collections at the leadership conference and I was VERY impressed.  They can be compared to brands like Under Armor and Nike.  Very cool.  The first ones released will be TurboFire apparel and P90X apparel.  New t-shirts, shorts, jackets, tanks, workout pants, etc.  I will be adding those when they come out in February.

Well that is it for the updates for now.  Please let me know if you would like me to add anything else.  I will be cleaning up some of the sections and making them into drop down menus for easier organization so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.  Let me know if you find any links that don’t seem to work! 

2 comments
Luke
Luke

Hey I'm 30 and around 180-185. I want to get ripped up or atleast real tone. I have nerve damage in my right leg due to a birth defect. Running or hard jumping is out of the question as well as heavy squats. I'm a hard worker and believe nothing is free it's earned. If anyone can help me out here I would be so very grateful. Ps. This has always been a dream of mine. Thx guys.

Coach Sean
Coach Sean

@Luke: Are you looking to start a certain program? Definitely join the team and I can help you out.