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Body Beast DVD Package

Pack on 10 pounds of muscle in 90 days with Body Beast. Created by world-class trainer and former “Mr. Israel,” Sagi Kalev, this proven growth-inducing program includes 12 extreme workout DVDs, plus valuable fitness tools to help you get healthy, increase your confidence, lose fat, and give you the physique of a bodybuilding champion.

Exclusive offer! Get the bonus Lucky 7 DVD, a full-body workout to accelerate your results, when you order Body Beast on Team Beachbody®. A $19.95 value—yours FREE!

Your Price:  $89.85 Limited TIME $39.90!

Here’s what you get with Body Beast:

12 workouts:

  • Build: DVDs 1-4 Lay the foundation for a huge new you. Give every muscle in your body a major pump with Super Sets and Giant Sets.
  • Bulk: DVDs 5-9 Force Sets, Progressive Sets, Combo Sets, and Multi-Sets build on the size you gained in Phase 1. Now the focus shifts to muscular hypertrophy, the technical term for the muscle cells enlarging, bringing about explosive muscle growth.
  • Beast: DVDs 10-12 With fat-burning cardio, relentless circuit-training, and intense core work, you’ll be amazed at your increasing capacity to lift heavier weights and grow bigger, more defined muscles.

You’ll also get these valuable tools:

  • The Book of Beast. Get huge without wasting a second. This info-packed program guide gives you tips on proper form and safety, explains the science behind growing your muscles, breaks down the nutrition you need to reach your goals, and even boosts your motivation.
  • “How to Eat Like a Beast” Eating Plan. Exceptional bodies are made in the kitchen. This comprehensive guide provides a calorie calculator, portion charts, food lists, and suggested supplements to help you bring out your inner Beast.
  • 90-Day Daily Workout Calendar. We’ve done the work for you, so you always know which exercises to do, when. Just follow along and chart your progress.

EXCLUSIVE: Order Body Beast on Team Beachbody and get a FREE workout DVD, Lucky 7. This full-body workout includes seven exercises and seven pyramids—for seven times bigger muscles. A $19.95 value, yours FREE!

90-Day Money-Back Guarantee. We’re so certain you’ll have great results with Body Beast, we’ll give you 90 days to make sure it delivers. If you’re not completely satisfied after 90 days, simply call Customer Service for a Return Authorization Number. Return the program and we’ll give you a full refund of the purchase price, less shipping and handling. But keep the bonus gift just for trying Body Beast.

Your Price:  $89.85 Limited TIME $39.90!

35 comments
Wyatt
Wyatt

Hey Wayne,


I received my body beast a couple of days ago. I am hoovering right around 10% bf 167 pounds and 6ft tall. I want to minimize fat gains while bulking on body beast, since I know it is very hard to gain muscle without a little fat gain. Would you recommend lean beast or HUGE beast, I know the difference is really only 1 extra day of cardio?


-Wyatt

Aaron Williams
Aaron Williams

Just received my copy yesterday, and I should be receiving my bar and plates today in the mail. Finishing up X3/T25 hybrid today, and then heading straight into Body Beast! So pumped!!!

rfwright78
rfwright78

What a great deal! I haven't checked the site in a while, but I'm glad I did. I have always been interested in this program. Thanks for posting the info! It will still be a while before I can use it, but my wife should be able to send it to me in Afghanistan!

Paul Diemer
Paul Diemer

I bought it at that price, and what a deal!! I can't wait to start it! The only thing is, I am already part way into my X/Combat hybrid, and then I had planned on doing X2 after that, then Beast. I kinda want to jump right into Beast NOW! But I will be patient.

JeffBraun
JeffBraun

Hello Wayne, if I bought this Bodybeast and had you as coach would I get the info for the bodybeast mobile app?

Pete
Pete

Loving t-25 so curious how long average beast workout runs. Also, I like to use 70-90 lb dumbells on incline at gym, so can I get by with 55 pounders or should I look at the 90s?

stephentroop25
stephentroop25

Hey CW what equipment do you need to perform the body beast workouts? I have Bowflex adjustable dumbbells that range up to 52.5lbs . Thanks.

Biblemonkey
Biblemonkey

I don't have a lot of money to throw around, but after P-90X I want to try something new and pack on mass. What is the best Body Beast package for the money and the results per dollar as it were? And do you absolutely NEED a bench? I have a stability ball rated to 2000 lbs though I get nervous doing bench press on it. And I don't think I can afford a new weight set and I have Powerblocks that go to 50 lbs, but I think they are going to be too light for some exercises.

leoland
leoland

Coach, did you use any of the beachbody supplements?

Dan
Dan

Coach, I had great results doing P90X with just a good diet and protein. Do you think there is any advantages with taking the Super Suma? 

EricHaan
EricHaan

Coach - Disregard previous comment... it WAS a stupid question.  I went ahead and pressed "Buy Now" on your site and I see it takes me to Team Beachbody and I do indeed get the free DVD!  Didn't pull the trigger yet... still need to break in Asylum Volume 2 and get shredded before I pack on the muscle.  Blessings to you!

Eric

Jackson
Jackson

Hey coach when will the results for body beast be posted?

shaun
shaun

Just ordered using the the link from your site, hope you get credit for it!

Tom Woods
Tom Woods

Hey Coach, when it comes to Body Beast before and after pics, and the hopes of infomercial fame...ha...is it enough to be in the Facebook Beast group and also be sending the pics to you here ? or does something need to be done via the Team Beachbody website (don't really use it or the supergym much)

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@Pete Beast is about an average of 45 minutes. The Bulk phase workouts tend to be shorter. I think 50-90 would be a great range. Do you have smaller dbs too? With the rep schemes in Beast you need a wide range. 

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@stephentroop25 Those will work well. Add an adjustable bench and an ez bar and you will be set.

Biblemonkey
Biblemonkey

Starting to think I should just do P-90X and lower reps to 4-6 and raise weight to failure in that range plus use a weighted vest for pushups and lower my reps there too.

leoland
leoland

while using body beast

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

I am not quite finished yet Jackson. Still working.

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Tom, when you are all Beasted up, you will want to send you pics over to the Success Department at Beachbody. successstories@teambeachbody.com

rfwright78
rfwright78

Yes I am....the Oklahoma Army National Guard!

Pete
Pete

Was looking at buying some adjustable ones. Most top out at 50-60 except the larger bowflex but they cost quite a bit more. Wasn't sure what percentage of max is suggested for beast. Thanks

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

Biblemonkey, both of those would be fine options. A bench is nice for Beast and you should be able to Craiglist one. 8-12 reps is still good, but push your limits. If you can get to 10-11 reps with a weight, it's time to move up.

 

The way Beast is set up, you can do a lot with 50 lbs. I only have DBs that go to 70 at the moment. I still Beasted up fine!

CoachWayne
CoachWayne moderator

@Pete I am not sure of a % of 1RM would be needed. The heaviest sets are 8 rep sets. It's really up to your strength.

The great thing about 1090s or some Powerblock U-90s is that they will last you forever if you take care of them. They give you lots of room to grow into the weight too. 

The big advantages to the Powerblocks is that they will also be expandable past 90 if/when you get up there.

stephentroop25
stephentroop25

@CoachWayne @stephentroop25 what challenge groups for body beast are coming up? I am thinking about starting it in the next month or so and wondered what groups were going at it already.