Thursday, May 16, 2013

Fitness Blender Update/8 Week Challenge

As my new favorite source for workouts, I have to inform you all that Fitness Blender has made a change. Just a week or so after I wrote the review on Fitness Blender, they went and updated the site. It still has all the same great features, but they've added in a few new things too! My personal favorite now is the ability to search for workouts based on calorie burn and level of difficulty!

Note from Kelli and Daniel:
"You can now save favorite workouts, and search by workout length, difficulty, training type, calorie burn, equipment, muscle group and more. We're so excited, we hope you love it as much as we do."

To see my original review:  Click!
So if you love them as much as I do, or have never visited, go ahead and check it out. I know you won't be disappointed!

Ok, so that's the exciting news. Also, I went and bought their 8 Week Challenge. It is the 3rd one of the 3 they have put together. To buy the program, just click here. They provide instructions on fitness and nutrition for the 8 weeks and the links to the videos too. They provide a balance between core, strength, stretching, cardio, HIIT and everything your body needs to get in the best shape it can in 8 weeks. I have just done Day 1 so far, which is a fit test. They say that most people typically lose between 16 & 24 pounds in the 8 weeks (which is 2 months) and that is pretty darn good, if you ask me. It's not just losing weight either, but also toning and flexibility and so much more to get you looking your best. All you need for this program is dumbbells. Most of the time you can substitute with household objects if you don't have dumbbells. That's just my experience though.

I was lucky enough to catch them during their special discount period. They were advertising the 8 week program at any donation. So you could pay anywhere from 1.50$ to 100$ and they'd send the program to you. Normally it is priced at about 6$ though, so even at full price, it is a great deal! It's especially nice for people like me who love the workouts, but don't know how to put them together exactly, or don't have the time to schedule them, or just people who do better with someone telling them what to do and when. I can't find anything I dislike about this website. I promise I'm not working for them, I just love them! So check 'em out! : )

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  1. How is it going with the program? I bought it in April, but never quite got started - however, digged it out again now and am ready for 8 weeks of following it.

    While I did not quite get started on the program in April, I HAVE followed quite a few of their videos when I have been working out at home. And I love them!

    Anyway, I agree with everything you said above about FitnessBlender, and I hope that lots more people discover them!

  2. I'm still following along with the program, but also making some of the days biking days, since it's so nice out. So it's taking me a while to get through it, but that's alright. It works for me.

    I really love their videos too. They seem to have something for everyone, and something for every mood. I have a feeling that they are going to keep growing and getting more exposure. They've really got a great thing going! I'm so happpy to have found them, and glad that you were able to enjoy them so much too!

    Thanks for the comment! :)