I think it’s a great way for people to get in shape. I know lots of people who have done it and the guy in the infomercial who went through it like 4 or 5 times until he lost the weight he needed. Is it for everyone? No. In fact, I haven’t done it yet. But it is intense and you will some sort of workout recovery mix or meal but that should pretty evident from the infomercial.
In any case, it’s a good solution for some, not good for others, but I just hope that people who buy it or any other program follow the instructions and modify when necessary.
As with any exercise program one gets out of what he/she puts into it. And consider this. How many people buy exercise equipment only to have it turn into an expensive coat rack or door stop.
Sure there are probably better ways to exercise but if the program does one person some good, then there probably is some value there. Actually it has done more than one person good if you search through personal profiles of P90’ers.
Can you get the same or better workout program elsewhere in terms of understanding how this all works? Undoubtedly. Can you get a better workout program cheaper? Maybe. What I don’t think you can get is the “total package” all in one place. That’s the real value that Tony’s program brings to the table, in my opinion.
Curious to hear what you think of CrossFit and BBS?