When beginning the Body Beast Training course you are recommended some supplements, including whey, creative, proteins and carbs in powder form. In addition to a solid dietary plan, these supplements can maximize the results of the fitness training program. Having said that, there are probably outlets out there that will provide these supplements at a fraction of the cost you will have to pay, buying them from the Body Beast suppliers. The package offers the supplements for an additional price and will also include 3 bonus workout videos in addition to the basic package. This is best left up to the individual. Because I already have a functioning diet and exercise program I stick to, I felt confident with the basic package and stuck with that. A certain amount of fairly basic equipment is required to follow the routines illustrated in the Body Beast fitness training Program. Although it’s not a lot, I imagine it could be pricey buying all the necessary equipment brand new. Lucky for me I had some of the stuff already lying around, the push-up and chin-up bars. I spent an afternoon welding together a decent bench and purchased the barbells at a garage sale for $35.
The course is split up into three phases.
Phase 1: BUILD
Phase one spends between 30 to 50 minutes giving specific attention to BUILDING one of the major muscle groups; these are chest and triceps, legs, back and biceps, shoulders and cardio. Each muscle group benefits from 30 to 50 minutes of individual attention
Phase 2: BULK
Phase two of the Body Beast program focuses 30 to 50 minutes on BULKING up the following muscle groups more specifically: the chest, legs, back, arms, shoulders and ABS. Again, each of these muscle groups receives special attention.
Phase 3: BEAST
Once the first two phases have been completed the program has one last phase to complete called the Beast Phase, this is pretty much just a combination of some workouts from the first two phases to bring muscles to that valuable point of failure, which it will do if followed correctly. I am very pleased to say that after three months of dedicated participation in the Body Beast Program I did notice several important benefits. First of all, I noticed a good amount of muscle development, which is a great improvement as I have been training consistently over the past few years and have almost gotten used to seeing progress in very small amounts by this time.
I also gained a good amount of weight which in my case is a very good thing. The increase was small but monumental; I went from weighing 215 lbs to 234 lbs in, what is for me, record time. My strength also improved greatly, I went from pressing 300 lbs flat to pushing 380 lbs, Think I might do another round to hit the 400 mark. These are also results from a guy who, after spending a good amount of time in the fitness world, has gotten used to seeing small results- must be a body type thing- I believe the results for others may exceed these. There was however one major flaw I noticed in the routines provided by the www.norbati.com ; there was not nearly enough time given to effectively stretching and warming up the muscles for powerful exercise. It was actually pretty scary!