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$89.85 Limited TIME $39.90!
Hey Coach, how old is this posting of the BEAST, being 30.90? Because I'm very interested in it at that price.....
@CraigMThompson I actually think it is still that price! When you click the link, it will give you the current price. But I have never heard of it going up again!
Hi Coach Wayne,
Do you know how long the $39.90 price is going to last? Or is this going to be the new price from here on out?
@brittlesnc Great question and I am not really sure. I would probably move pretty fast if you are looking at it. I think some of the price change was due to Sagi doing a re-write of the Book of Beast to give more attention to women using the program. I think then this stock gets sold, they will be re-printing and the price will go up.
@brittlesnc I've been getting the feeling that it's not.
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 Hey Wyatt! So sorry I didn't see this. Since you signed in as a guest, I don't get email updates of your post! Again so sorry! I don't think it matters between lean or huge. Nutrition is the big key. What did you decide to do?
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!!!
@Aaron Williams Awesome!!! Beasting up! Do whatever it takes.... :-)
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!
@rfwright78 Glad you can get it! Are you serving in the military?
@rfwright78 Awesome! Thank you for your service! God Bless and stay safe.
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.
Hello Wayne, if I bought this Bodybeast and had you as coach would I get the info for the bodybeast mobile app?
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?
@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.
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
@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.
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.
@stephentroop25 Those will work well. Add an adjustable bench and an ez bar and you will be set.
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 I did, I used all of the Beachbody supps during BB.
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?
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!
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)