Find out how fellow bootcamper, Leon Melnicenko went from running a bootcamp of about 7 people to exploding it to over 70 people by just having fun!
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I reviewed Suspension Revolution personally myself yesterday and was impressed that there are several components to the product. I’m always looking for new fitness workout ideas so I love to get them, try them and review them for others.
If you’ve never used rings or trx style suspension trainers in your fitness bootcamp, then I think you’ll like the depth and quality that went into the making of this product. Starting off with the videos (see my review below), you can tell it’s got high production values with great lighting and sound. Dan Long is the go to guy for this type of training. He looks to be in his 40’s and keeps himself in great shape (another check mark in my book) and boy does Dan have ENERGY!
I showed my wife the intro video (see my review below) and she thought she was watching an infomercial for a second. I like his style, though, I think it works for him. Nothing wrong with being passionate and energetic about what you do.
The product is made up of:
- Suspension Revolution eBook – Beginner (49 pages)
- Suspension Revolution Intermediate (49 pages)
- Suspension Revolution Advanced (125 pages)
- Bonus! Strap Finishers 2.0
There is a table of contents in each eBook, a little about the author and the Workouts. There are high quality color pictures of the exercises with good written descriptions. You don’t have to use TRX suspension straps, you can use Jungle Gym XT or SBT (Suspended Bodyweight Training). If you have a pair of rings, you’ll be able to do a lot of these exercises (or a modified version of them).
I always get a different type of soreness in my muscles when I use rings in my own fitness workouts. I recommend this type of training and I love the portability of the rings or straps. Below is my video review of Suspension Revolution!
I’m always on the look out for new resources – workouts, challenges, team games, etc so when I was made aware of a new product called “Challenge Workouts”, I immediately bought it.
Since it was a workout day because of all the crap that I ate last night, I went out and picked out a couple of workouts from “Challenge Complexes”. Here’s what I liked about it and some observations that I made during the workout that I did:
- I love to use barbells, kettlebells and dumbbells. So when someone creates new workouts like this one with some or all of those elements, chances are I’m going to buy it. Currently, my favorite thing to do is to combine equipment based workouts (barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells) with bodyweight exercises.
- I liked the fact that there are videos with the product. I’m visual and have too many distractions (little kids) around to just read something and get it. I need to SEE the exercise or workout.
- The video production values are pretty good – sound and volume which makes the videos easy to watch. Making videos is time consuming, so I always appreciate it when someone goes the extra step to include videos.
- I did the workout called, “Never Quit” and I substituted 2 kettlebells for a barbell. This was an easy substitution. It took about 15 seconds to complete 1 rep of the 5 exercise complex. If you are doing partner workouts, you could have 1 person do 8 seconds worth of burpees, rest 7 seconds until the rep total is completed (watch the video below to see what I mean.)
- My heart rate easily got over 100 BPM and I rested after each round until it got down below 100 BPM before I started the next round.
- These workouts are about “rhythm”. Once you master the complexes, you want to use rhythm so that you’re moving fluidly and maximizing your effort.
Watch my video review below for an INSIDE glimpse of what I got with the product and what I thought of it!