Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Workout Wednesday and A Giveaway

Workout Wednesday is back this week. I've been wanting to feature this weekly for a while, but you the time factor has been a struggle. From now until Christmas I will be featuring a different workout each Wednesday, either one of my favorite DVD programs or just a random workout I use.

To kick off Workout Wednesday I'm hosting my very first giveaway! You can enter to win your very own copy of PiYo!  Coincidentally PiYo also this week's Workout Wednesday featured workout. I can't wait to preview Les Mills Pump, a workout I've been drooling over for a while now. It's on sale this weekend at Beachbody as part of the Black Friday Specials. Have you seen what all is on sale? It's an impressive list of some of the best selling programs from 50% to 85% off regular price. any of them will help work off the turkey and gravy featured on yesterday's blog post. :)


Without further ado, here's my review of PiYo.
- Greatly Increased flexibility
- 60 day program
- 20-40 minute workouts
- Great nutrition plan
- Not dancy, girly, or like the 90's Pilates workouts
- Uses body strength- no special equipment needed
- Quick, Efficient workout
- Great Modifiers
- Men featured in the workouts, not just for women!
- Intense total body workout
- Music
- Can easily be paired with another program for max results

- Shorter workouts leave me wanting more
- Need to use it consistently to maintain flexibility levels
- She talks a lot (doesn't bother me but does some people)
- Lots of push ups and planks (it's worth it though)

General Comments:
I feel that this workout needs to be done fairly consistently to maintain results. I was shocked at how much my muscle definition and flexibility has improved with PiYo. I do Yoga once a week with P90X3, but this has increased my range of motion in my hips, hamstrings, and back. You will find PiYo will help with increased strength as well. There are a ton of pushups and planks. I have like zero upper body strength but after just 30 days I was able to do all of the pushups on my toes with proper form. We're not talking regular pushups here, folks. We're talking military style, elbows hugging sides push-ups with decent depth and nose almost touching the floor pushups. Never before have I ever thought Downward Dog was a rest position until using PiYo. It will do amazing things for your core strength. It's a tough workout but not so tough you'll scream obscenities at the screen.. Not that I do that... It's easily paired with another workout or efficient enough to use as a stand alone program.

My Take:  It's a solid investment.

Would you like to try PiYo? Enter the Rafflecopter giveaway here! All entries are due by midnight, EST, Wednesday, December 3. Share the giveaway on FB, Twitter, Instagram, or any other social media network you use. Don't forget to stop by and like my FB page. The more people you get to like my page the better your chances of winning! Good luck!

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