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MaxWorkouts.com offers a comprehensive exercise regime which describes itself as an intensive system. The program lasts just 90 days and aims to reduce your body fat and increase your muscle mass. If nothing else this ought to get you to a point where you are happy with your muscle:fat ratio, although of course you’ll need to continue in some kind of exercise program to maintain a healthy and attractive muscle tone.
MaxWorkouts is written by Shin Ohtake, who has over 2 decades experience as a competitive athlete, coach and soft tissue therapist. It’s a convincing resume, and he looks to be in good shape. As well as this his system is also based on university research which he personally carried out. The basic premise is that you partake in 90 days worth of high intensity exercise. This means that you’re going to need a decent amount of time and dedication for at least 3 months if you want to really gain the benefits that he claims his system can offer.
There isn’t a great deal of dietary or exercise information on the website, rather it is a series of pages to outline what the program is about and how it might benefit you. You can also read success stories from satisfied customers who have used the system and have felt that it worked for them. The product, which comes as an e-book, is well designed and each workout session is no more than 1 or 2 pages, which you can print and then take to the gym with you or simply look at on a device at home. You could even read the book on your iPhone or a mobile device with an appropriate app (which allows you to read a PDF file). Meanwhile you can access a free 5 day plan which allows you to kick-start your body into producing (what Shin calls) “a flood of fat-burning hormones” that will be great for a preamble to starting the full 90 day program.
In terms of cost, we felt that this program was a little on the pricey side, particularly as it will be ‘over’ within 3 months. There is also little in the way of aftercare or free updates, so where you decide to take your training after you’ve finished the program is up to you. MaxWorkout offers a 90 day no-questions-asked money back guarantee, so there’s nothing much to lose in terms of cost if you find out that this particular system didn’t work out for you.
What’s primarily lacking is a dietary segment, which is virtually non-existent. Are we to assume, then, that you can just eat whatever you like? This is certainly not the case, and most other bodybuilding programs will have taken your dietary requirements more seriously. This one, however, only focuses on the physical exercise required, and this seems something of a large oversight.
If you’re looking to get toned quickly and don’t mind the intense period of training, then this program could be great for you. However we do recommend looking elsewhere for information on staying healthy with regard to your diet, and making sure that you follow another exercise plan once this one has been completed (particularly if you wish to maintain your new physique!)
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