GSP RushFit For Beginners to Get Ripped and Really Fit?
We know RushFit costs only about $90. We also know it is meant for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels of fitness. But still can a beginner really get a lot of out of the program?
I define beginner as someone with no recent even moderate regular exercise who knows personally they are seriously out of shape. They need to lose weight and restore some muscle endurance to their lives. Can RushFit take you from flabby to fit effectively and safely?
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I wanted to put this question in the hands of a true beginner who was brave enough to post an online review about the experience with RushFit and let you decide. Scott A. Mabie from Amazon.com had this to say in early March:
I’m in week 4 of this program. Starting any new workout at the age of 40 is tough, but this program keeps me challenged while still being doable. I still can’t do every single move exactly like the video, but I’m getting closer everyday. I’m a little disappointed in the weight loss, (5 pounds in 4 weeks) which was my primary reason for doing this. On the other had, I have not really changed my eating habits. Which I am sure would help a lot. Overall, I am getting much more flexible and stronger by the day. My only complaint is that I wish it was not the same warm-up for every workout. That gets a little old.
So plan to eat better, because no program can overcome poor diet. Also plan to be a fish out of water on a lot of the moves. Still, I’d say that it’s reasonable to start with GSP Rushfit from a beginner position. However, you must avoid mixing your goals. Expect to lose weight first, than figure on doing the program again to get yourself ripped and fit.
My thanks to http://i-dietitian.blogspot.