Body Beast was launched in the summer of 2012…basically 5 years ago. Honestly speaking, I wasn’t too excited about it when it was initially announced. However, once I started Body Beast; it quickly became one of my favorites, I got great results from Body Beast and it lead me to a real passion for lifting.
In that 5 years, as one would expect, a lot has happened. Beachbody is still an important aspect of my health and fitness life. It allows me the opportunity to connect with so many of you and help you reach your health and fitness goals.
My approach to workouts and nutrition has evolved over those 5 years as well and several doors were opened up for me!
Of course, Beachbody has released several new fitness programs have been during that time. Each time they were gearing up for a new program announcement, I would anticipate some kind of follow-up to the Body Beast program that I had grown to really enjoy. Alas, I was continually disappointed on this matter.
A Week of Hard Labor – Launching Soon!
That all changed last week when the new program from Sagi Kalev was announced! While it isn’t a full fledged 60-90 day program, “A Week of Hard Labor” is being touted as a set of new workouts that will really challenge any Body Beast veteran.
5 new workouts that are the perfect “Whatever It Takes” complement to your training library. But this is no cakewalk. This is A WEEK OF HARD LABOR. 5 days, 5 totally distinct and intense workouts. Each day, Sagi targets a different muscle group and takes it to exhaustion.
A Week of Hard Labor – Program Details
Not a lot of details about the Week of Hard Labor program have been released yet, but here is what I do know.
- Available: 9/5/17 (Beachbody On Demand Only)
- Workout Length: 25-45 min. a day, 5 days
- Required Equipment: Dumbbells, Resistance Bands, Large Stability Ball.
- Recommended Equipment: Dumbbells, E-Z Curl Bar and Weights, Chin-Up Bar, Inclining Workout Bench.
- Check Out Body Beast Equipment: What You Need
How long are the A Week of Hard Labor workouts?
Four 45-minute workouts and one 25-minute ab workout designed to work your entire body focusing on different muscle groups each day:
- Chest & Back
- Shoulders & Arms
- Total Body
Ready to Get Started with Body Beast: A Week of Hard Labor?
As the summer begins to wind down, most people try to get themselves back into a routine. Since this program will be available starting on Labor Day 2017, it’s a great way to really step things up and I am definitely going to test out these new routines.
Want to join me?
Let’s do this together!
- Have you struggled to lose weight or find a fitness program that is aligned with your goals?
- Do you want to learn about proper nutrition and need some help setting a nutrition plan that you can sustain for 4-6 years and not just 4-5 weeks?
I will help you in those areas – allowing you to drop the body fat, build lean muscle mass, as well as establish healthy habits that will improve your overall health!
Remember, A Week of Hard Labor will only be available through Beachbody On Demand. That means you’ll need a subscription to the service to access this new program once it launches. If you are already a subscriber to Beachbody On Demand, you are all set!
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If you aren’t an On Demand customer, you can get unlimited access to Beachbody’s most exclusive premium fitness programs, including all new releases worth over $700 for only $99 with the All-Access membership.
Plus, with Beachbody On Demand, you get the complete workouts—end to end—plus step-by-step fitness guides, workout calendars, nutrition plans, and more—all online! Everything that makes Beachbody programs the #1 home fitness programs on earth!
Need a Coach?
If you need to find someone that will hold you accountable, answer your questions, help you, and PUSH YOU for the entire duration of your workout! Luckily for you, that’s what me and my team are here for. If you don’t have a coach yet and want one, I’d love to be your coach and help you through a fitness program. I am available to help you reach your goals!
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