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Why I Didn’t Like The Bikini Body Guide

These days every young person is really concerned about checking their weight and they would go to any length to ensure they are in good shape. I live on a farm doing dairy farming so I have to make sure I’m fit to move the cows every day. I want to tell you about the program I use to get into shape.

Kayla Itsines has compiled ebook programs running for 1-12 weeks with each workout taking less than 30minutes. The price of her materials are quite expensive considering that there are no publishing costs compared to hard copy handbooks which could attract a cost to produce, actually to add insult to injury she goes ahead and adds two more extra guides and each going for $67.97 each.

This makes the program out of reach for most people. Also in between this there are other hidden costs that are disguised as necessary items that need to be used hand in hand with the ebook. According to research, most of the customers are not able to complete her program and give up mid way adding to the fact that the workout programs are shallow and do not deliver the required workout to achieve the desired results.

The Kayla Itsines bikini body guide is a 189-page book going at a cost of $69.97. This guidebook covers the initial 1-12 week workout cardio exercises. You are then required to purchase another book to take you through the next 13-24 weeks and pay another $69.67.

All this despite the fact that Kayla promises that we will all experience tangible results in one week, I’m left wondering if this is the case why do we need the program to drag all the way to week 24 if by the second week we are done and have desired results?

According to me, this is ironic and proves that the ultimate goal is to exploit the users of this bikini body guide. After you are through with the 24 week workout you are required to dive even deeper into the pocket to buy another H.E.L.P nutrition guide book at a cost of $69.97.

It doesn’t end here, you are still expected to buy another H.E.L.P recipe book at an extra cost of $19.97. Even after purchasing this book, as if you have not gone through enough torture you still need to buy other items that Kayla recommends that they are supposed to go hand in hand with the bikini body guide. This includes dumbells, a medicine ball, a bosh ball, a yoga mat, foam rollers, activity trackers and the list is endless.

In conclusion, one is left wondering whether the whole program is actually worth our time and money. It calls for us to do thorough research regarding information that we need before committing our hard earned money to the many enticing offers we get on the Internet. We need to be sure that what we are getting is the best deal there is in the market.

This has led to most potential customers opting for the metabolic cooking weight loss book, this comprises of a cookbook containing 250 easy recipes. When it comes to losing that extra weight which makes you not have confidence in yourself, this programs offers some foods that actually burn fat quite fast. Their recipes also contain very detailed breakdowns on the calorific values of the ingredients.

Unlike the Kayla Itsines recipes which are quite bad, the metabolic cooking recipes contain a wealth of benefits including fat loss optimizer cooking and nutrition guide, metabolic salad burner, thermal charged seasoning guide, supplements optimizer guide, cardinal cooking rules during actual cooking and even eating, they even go the extra mile to enlighten us on ingredient purchase suggestions.

Metabolic cooking recipes go for $45 which is quite fair considering all the benefits of the metabolic cooking. Other benefits include cooking videos that are quite informative and exciting, they are also to implement even to those who are not conversant with cookery.

This is my bikini body review and I;m not really sure it will work for everyone. I didn’t like it but i still used it to lose weight on the farm.

Bikini body guide review