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Weight Loss Challenge Packs
Weight loss challenge packs will provide you with the tools for successful, long-term weight loss. They also help you save money since the included products are discounted for challenge participants. Simply pick the home workout program and Shakeology flavor of your choice. Then send Coach Astrid a message so that she can add you to the appropriate challenge group and you will receive free coaching, motivation and support.

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Take the Summer Butt Challenge

Summer Butt ChallengeYou may think summer is still a long time away, so why worry about getting your booty bikini-ready now. But change takes time and effort. So if you truly want to shed those holiday pounds that have creeped on over Thanksgiving and Christmas the time to start is now.

When you take the Summer Butt Challenge you will workout with the Brazil Butt Lift Workout program for 30 days. Depending on your individual goals you will workout 3-6 days a week and follow the included nutrition guide. Because at the end of the day, you simply cannot out-exercise a bad diet.

Watch the video to see what Brazil Butt Lift workouts are like:

You should know that even some of the Victoria’s Secret models stay in shape with Brazil Butt Lift workouts. In other words, this workout program is true butt-shaping science that employs the triangle training method to help you defy gravity and get the best booty you have ever had.

Adding Shakeology to your nutrition plan will definitely speed up your progress, as you will be feeding your body all the nutrients and energy it needs to help you achieve your goals.

You can actually save up to $100 when you get the challenge pack (workout program & Shakeology) and sign up to take the Beachbody Challenge. Just follow the steps during the registration process and then choose Brazil Butt Lift as your workout program along with your preferred Shakeology flavor.

BBL coachOnce you have ordered your Brazil Butt Lift program and/or registered for the challenge, I will add you to my private challenge group for daily accountability check-ins and motivation. Just be sure to send me a quick message here to reserve your spot in my group.


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Tony Horton talks about benefits of P90X3

P90X3 workout programQ: So why should I buy P90X3 when I’ve already done P90X?
Tony Horton: It’s shorter. Are we done now? Can I go now?  Just kidding—not about it being shorter though—because this time, it’s all about efficiency. Each workout is a compact, tidy 30 minutes. That’s half an episode of Breaking Bad (or two-thirds of an episode if you have it on your DVR and skip the commercials). Also, there’s a ton of new material, like eccentric training. Even if you’ve done my entire P90X ONE on ONE® series there are going to be things you’ve never seen before.

P90X3 Base KitQ: Eccentric, like the nice way of saying a rich person is crazy?
Tony Horton: No, that’s not really the demographic we’re shooting for. The eccentric motion is the part of an exercise where you’re lengthening the muscle, like when you go down on a bicep curl. It’s sometimes called the negative motion. By slowing down the tempo of that motion, more of the muscle is activated, thus creating greater growth potential.

Q: Can you really get fit in 30 minutes? Can I get the same results as I did from P90X?
Tony Horton: Absolutely! Do you really think I’d make a program that wouldn’t work? Seriously! Just look at the test group results. Some of those folks got ripped! It doesn’t take the place of P90X or P90X2, necessarily, but let’s face it, time is an issue for most of us—so the goal of X3 was to get rid of that excuse. Even if you only have 30 minutes, you can still get stronger, healthier, and just plain better.

Q: Great, but how? 
Tony Horton: There’s a lot less downtime in these workouts. I’m there to help you get the job done! But that doesn’t mean cutting corners. It’s not like I have you do half the push-ups or shortchange your warm-up.

Shorter workouts are a trend in exercise science right now and P90X3 takes that research to a different level. It has to do with interval training and compound moves and mixing different styles of training—all of which I’ve been including in my programs for years, but never like this.

Q: Do I need to do P90X or P90X2 before I do P90X3?
Tony Horton: Nope. In fact, it’s kind of the opposite. I think P90X3 sets you up to have a stronger foundation for both of those programs.

Tony Horton talks about P90X3Q: So, it goes P90X3, then P90X, then P90X2? Isn’t that confusing? 
Tony Horton: Everyone seemed to cope with The Godfather: Part II being basically a prequel to The Godfather, so just run with it. But, really, you don’t need to do them in that order, or any order. They’re all different, and they all build on each other in both directions by adding different fitness elements. If you’ve already done P90X and P90X2, you’re still going to be challenged by X3. But if you’re starting from scratch, I think it’s the best place to begin.

Q: What’s available in the different packages, like Base, Deluxe, and Ultimate?
Tony Horton: Hmm, I’ll find out for you, but first, I have to finish personally formulating the next flavor of Shakeology®. Then I’ve got to buy a few blocks of television time for the P90X3 infomercial. And then I need to head to my garage where I handcraft my Tony Horton PowerStands®. Dude, I don’t know that stuff!

There’s a company, maybe you’ve heard of it. It’s called Beachbody® and they have experts on all sorts of things. I’m sure one of them knows.

Q: Okay, okay, well how fit do you need to be?
Tony Horton: That I can answer. With modifications we’ve tried to make the entry level lower than P90X and P90X2—but you still need a reasonable fitness base. This isn’t for armchair quarterbacks. You should probably be fit enough to throw around the pigskin a little. If you can’t do push-ups at all, or downward dog, or if you’ve never lifted weights before, you’d be better off starting with Power 90® to build your base fitness.

Q: What equipment will I need?
Tony Horton: As much as I like to play with new toys, we wanted to make this version of X as accessible as possible, so we didn’t include much gear. All you really need are a few different exercise bands. But if you really want to dial it up, you might want to invest in a pull-up bar, weights, a yoga mat, and PowerStands.

If you don’t want to get those things, no problem. Don’t let a lack of equipment hold you back—but if I find out that you’re spending that money on Big Macs, some cable sports channel package, or the latest iWhatever, you and I are going to have a serious talk.

Tony Horton talks about P90X3 workout programQ: How many days a week is it?
Tony Horton: Six, like P90X, except it’s half the time. That’s 3 teeny, tiny hours, people! Think about that. I read recently that the average American spends 34 hours a week watching TV—that means you can get in the best shape of your life in less time than most people spend watching commercials.

Q: What is your favorite move in the program?
Tony Horton: That’s like asking a dad to pick his favorite kid. They’re all my children! Seriously, my favorite moves change all the time. I love pull-ups . . . core moves . . . yoga. Wait! Maybe my current favorite is something from Pilates, because it’s new to the lineup and it’s completely changed my life. Honestly, it felt weird at first but now that it’s clicked, I can’t believe I went so long without doing it regularly.

Q: Don’t you need a big, weird board with a bunch of pulleys to do Pilates?
Tony Horton: A reformer? No, you don’t need that with our Pilates. You do for some forms, but we’ve got you covered. Like I said, P90X3 isn’t about selling you a bunch of gear. It’s about getting you in shape.

Q: What’s the nutrition component of P90X3 like?
Tony Horton: It’s awesome, of course. Here’s a little secret—I don’t follow a dedicated nutrition plan when I eat. I listen to my body. It took years of trial and error to figure out how to do this, but we figured out a way to avoid all that. It’s a concept we call “Intuitive Eating”—as in eating based on your intuition. It’s not as much about telling you what to eat as much as giving you the tools so that you figure out what your body needs.

Q: So what if my intuition tells me I need Bundt cake and Quarter Pounders?
Tony Horton: Then we’ll have your copy of P90X3 delivered straight to the ICU.

Tony Horton  talks about benefits of P90X3Don’t worry. There’s plenty of guidance in the nutrition guide, but it’s flexible in terms of your proteins, fats, and carbs, not to mention your personal tastes, beliefs, or dietary system—within a healthy context.

Q: What if I don’t like to cook?
Tony Horton: Am I wearing an apron right now? No. I’m not a big cook either, but you don’t need to be if you want to eat healthy. It’ll work to your advantage if you can boil an egg or steam a little broccoli, but the plan has you covered.

Everything, from exercise to eating to using equipment, has been streamlined to limit excuses. P90X3 is a No-Excuse Zone! I want you to get into the best shape of your life and I want it to be as easy as possible.

This is truly a program designed to let you do your best and forget the rest.

Click here to get your copy of P90X3!

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