Beachbody is a workout/health company that has grown tremendously over the years.

What started out with just Brazil Butt Lift and P90X has now grown to many more trainers, workouts, supplements, and diet plans. I am sure most of you know Beachbody by the mass amount of coaches.

Beachbody is a great resource to use when you realized you might have gained a few too many pounds through the holidays or you are just trying to get stronger this year. You might be overwhelmed though as to which program to try first.

Lucky for us Beachbody recently came out with Beachbody On Demand where now for only $99 a year you can access ALL of Beachbody’s workout. You still may be wondering where to start because there are over 20 different workout programs.

Or you have been using Beachbody for a few months and are trying to decide which workout to try next. So, let us review.

 

Where To Start…

21 Day Fix

This program is a great place to start. It is slower paced, short time and teaches the basics. Also comes with a great food plan.

Average time: 30 minutes

Schedule: Everyday

Length: 21 days

Level: Beginner

 

PiYo

Another great beginners workout. “PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of pilates with the strength and flexibility benefits of yoga. It’s a true fat-burning, low-impact workout, and you’ll get incredibly defined.”

Average Time: 40 minutes

Schedule: 6 Days A Week

Length: 60 days

Level: Beginner

 

Next Level

 

T25

“With FOCUS T25, Shaun T brings you short, intense workouts that give you ridiculous results. 25 minutes is all it takes for you to get those ripped abs, lose the baby fat, and get your six-pack.”

Average Time: 25 minutes

Schedule: 5 Days A Week

Length: 10 weeks

Level: Intermediate

 

Shift Shop

“Ready to reinvent yourself? The Shift Shop is your perfect on-ramp to fitness using a new ramp-up method all while refining your nutrition. The results when you cross the finish line? Stunning.”

Average Time: 25-45 minutes

Schedule: 6-7 Days A Week

Length: 3 weeks

Level: Intermediate

 

Core De Force

“Join trainers Joel and Jericho for 30 days of mixed martial arts-inspired workouts designed to slash inches off your waist and carve total-body definition! Knock-out the belly fat and start today!”

Average Time: 40 minutes

Schedule: 6-7 Days A Week

Length: 30 days

Level: Intermediate

 

P90x3

“If you have 30 minutes a day, you can get totally ripped. It’s not a sequel to P90X or any other program. These efficient 30-minute workouts are designed so you can get extreme results in less time.”

Average Time: 30 minutes

Schedule: 6-7 Days A Week

Length: 90 days

Level: Intermediate

 

Advanced

 

21 Day Fix Extreme

“21 day Fix Extreme gives you everything you need to get a lean six-pack, cut arms, ripped shoulders, and tones legs in only 21 days. You’ll look amazing from every point of view.”

Average Time: 30 minutes

Schedule: 7 Days A Week

Length: 21 days

Level: Advanced

 

The Master’s Hammer and Chisel

“Sagi and Autumn have now teamed up to develop the best, most efficient method of transforming your body into an absolute masterpiece. You’ll build your ultimate physique in just 30-40 minutes a day.”

Average Time: 40 minutes

Schedule: 6 Days A Week

Length: 60 days

Level: Advanced

 

22 Minute Hard Corps

“With 22 Minute Hard Corps basic-training program, Tony Horton makes getting in shape and losing weight really simple. Fall-in for just 22 minutes a day and you’ll see outstanding results.”

Average Time: 22 minutes

Schedule: 6 Days A Week

Length: 8 weeks

Level: Advanced

 

Insanity Max: 30

“MAX:30 isn’t just INSANITY on fast forward. With 150 brand-new moves, it’s a whole new way to work out. Max-out a little farther each day, and when that happens, you’re going to look and feel amazing.”

Average Time: 30 minutes

Schedule: 6 Days A Week

Length: 60 Days

Level: Advanced

 

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