Beachbody’s newest workout LIIFT4 is now available on Beachbody On Demand! I’m through the first 2 weeks and so far I’m loving the program.
What I love about Beachbody’s workout programs is that they give you a plan to follow. There is no guesswork. All I have to do is follow the schedule.
My favorite part of LIIFT 4… ONLY 4 DAYS A WEEK!
And the workouts are ONLY 30-40 minutes long.
This type of workout schedule is unprecedented in Beachbody’s world. I’m used to the 6-7 days a week schedule that is part of the P90x, Insanity, 21 Day Fix, etc. regimes.
With LIIFT 4 only being 4 days a week, there’s no excuse not to get it done.
How LIIFT 4 Works
LIIFT 4 Is Made Up Of 32 Unique Workouts
No more getting bored from doing the same “Chest And Tris” workout every week. With LIIFT 4, EVERY workout you will be different. You will NEVER repeat the same workout twice. By working out 4 days a week, for 8 weeks, you’ll be doing 32 completely different workouts.
LIFT. HIIT. REST. REPEAT.
LIIFT 4’s tagline is, Lift, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), Rest, and Repeat. And that’s exactly what you can expect from this workout program. In each (most) workout you’ll be:
- Lifting Weights
- Follow by periods of HIIT to elevate you heart rate
- Ending each workout with core work
- And plenty of time (3 days a week) to rest and let your body/muscles recover
LIIFT 4 Before And After Pictures
Real Results From Real People
LIIFT 4 Is A Quick No Nonsense Approach To Fitness
Each 30 to 40-minute LIIFT4 workout is an ultra-efficient routine that would take twice as long to do in a gym. Add in Joel’s simple, 5-step eating plan, and you have a hard-working program designed to build lean muscle and burn away fat for a total-body transformation!
What Equipment Is Needed For LIIFT 4?
All that is needed is a mat and some dumbbells. Although if you don’t have dumbbells, using resistance bands would be an option that would work. (My personal opinion is that you’ll achieve best results with dumbbells. But if you don’t have them, and they’re not in the budget, don’t let that stop you from getting started.)
As Arthur Ashe once said, “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”