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Melt it Off

Torch calories with the help of Olympic gold medalist Mitch Gaylord.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

Melt it Off, by Olympic Gold Medalist gymnast Mitch Gaylord, is an intense exercise program that uses Gaylord's trademark G-Ball, a calorie-torching weapon.

In a series of DVDs that includes the G-Ball you will learn how to lose pounds and inches through Gaylord's exercise routines and meal plan. The 3 Day Melt kick start program promises to help you drop one full size in just three days.

The entire program includes six different workout DVDs and the G-ball.

PRO
  • Created by a well-recognized and well-respected Olympic athlete
  • Intense workouts can help you burn calories in a short amount of time
  • Does not require a gym membership
  • Can be done at home
CON
  • May tire of exercise routine
  • Working out at home may not offer enough motivation
  • Weight loss claims may be exaggerated
DIET and NUTRITION

The Melt if Off program comes with a complete meal plan that includes recipes as well as day-to-day diet, food journal and tools to track your weight loss progress.

The Melt it Off program is a clean-eating diet plan that involves eating plenty of fresh vegetables and lean proteins as well as some low-glycemic carbohydrates.

EXERCISE

The crux of the Melt if Off program is its four main workout DVDs. The Melt it Off 3 Day kick start gives you all the details you need to lose one complete size in just 72 hours. The 3 Day kick start program shows you which workouts to perform and when. The program's other workout DVDs that you perform throughout the 3 Day program and beyond include a Cardio Burn & Sculpt Workout, a Sizzlin' Abs Workout and a High Calorie Melt workout.

Each DVD uses the G-ball and promises to strengthen, tone and burn calories.

CONCLUSION

Mitch Gaylord's Melt if Off workout program is a calorie-burning, strength-building set of fitness DVDs that helps you lose weight in as little as three days.

If you are a workout video junkie or if you are simply looking to work your bum off in the privacy of your own home, then the Melt it Off program might be just what you need to torch calories and trim down.

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posted Feb 28th, 2013 10:54 pm


Shelley

People are asking if it works. YES!!! It works!!!! Order off eBay or amazon though. The work out tones you quickly!!! He knows his stuff. The leverage stuff works. I finally had biceps! Hehe. Very important though....stretch stretch stretch!!!! I ended up not stretching enough! I had to stop and get worked on because I was so gung ho about doing it and I did the lunges too deep. Start slow and stretch! :)

posted Jun 18th, 2012 4:29 pm


BowTay

hmm not sure the dvd workouts would do enough for me...

posted Sep 29th, 2011 4:01 pm


ME

This product is just a scam to sign you up for additional crap offers that will plague your credit card for months to come. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!

posted Mar 22nd, 2011 7:30 pm


Simmie

The workout program and diet plan are amazing. I got fantastic results and often revisit the videos when I need a change in my workout. But the others are right in warning about the company that markets for him- - make sure to cancel everything right away and keep an eye out to make sure you're not getting charged for anything extra. It's unfortunate such a great program is tied to a shady marketing company.

posted Feb 28th, 2011 12:51 pm


corndog

watch the scam. even if you cancel the vitamins you have to cancel the VIP monthly access or you will be charged 19.99 a month for nothing. Very unhappy. I e-mailed customer service, but sure I will recieved no response.

posted Jan 30th, 2011 5:37 pm


Rachael

Buyer Beware! They automatically enroll you when you order the video in a monthy vitamin program. I had no idea until I received them in the mail. They charge my credit card $27/mo. I had to spend another $7 to return the unorder vitamins to the company. Their customer service was no help...they put me on hold for 15 min and did not come back to me. I had to call them back to speak to a person.

posted Oct 20th, 2010 7:36 am


Claire

I bought it after watching an infomercial way too early in the morning! Mitch's product seem reasonable. However, the company that deals with his ordering of the product is HORRIBLE trying to sell you everything under the sun. As for the product, the exercises are basic, nothing to over the top.

So for me, it was a wash. I use the product to get my lazy bum going but I also include other exercises to supplement the regimen.

posted Oct 17th, 2010 9:02 am


Robert Olsen

Mitch Gaylord may be an honorable man his excercise routine is alright and I have gotten results. However the company who markets for him is not honorable and I have been brought to great inconvenience because they keep debiting my account with unauthorized debit's even after I have told them to stop and they have canceled any and all agreements I have had to go to the bank and cancel my card and wait 7to 10 days for a new one in order to insure they can take no more of my money. Not only that but then I have to tell all the other accounts who auto bank draft my account the new number I therefore say buyer beware and cannot recommend this program.

posted Sep 30th, 2010 7:12 pm


Beth

I love this workout, it has worked better than anything I have tried in the past. Lost 4 sizes without following the diet, just ate healthy, I phoned in my order and have had no problems, no extra charges, it is well worth it. But! It is not easy it takes dedication Im 52 and doing great!

posted Sep 30th, 2010 1:21 pm


Lovecrazy

This product does work. I ordered mine a year ago, and started the routine immediately. If you follow the meal plan and the workout, you can really lose the weight. One thing to note is that if you have not worked out in awhile, you should start off at a slower pace because it can get really intense really quickly. You will feel it in every part of your body but stick with it. Buying the groceries for the meal plan can get expensive.

posted Sep 23rd, 2010 11:38 am


ginah

bought mine on Amazon for 19.99 brand new! This is one heck of a workout!! I'm in my 4th week and can really see muscle definition forming. Challenging but I haven't gotten bored with it and I really like how Mitch pushes you.
Great workout!!!!!

posted Sep 22nd, 2010 10:12 pm


Lori

This is a scam. Product is low budget. You will be charged for a website membership and vitamins that are crap if you do not call and cancel - this is done automatically. I also got offered "Mitch Gaylord" credit protection by a very rude woman who called my cell phone. Be wise and skip this!!

posted Sep 8th, 2010 6:56 pm


Fi

I would like to know if anyone has tried the additional dvd's such as Sizzlin buns and thighs and mix and melt cardio? Wanting to know if they are similar to his high calorie melt and scupt dvds?

posted Aug 5th, 2010 7:43 pm


Alli

Sara, Thanks for the advice about Ebay. I have just ordered mine and cant wait to get started!

posted Aug 2nd, 2010 8:39 pm


sarah

Great exercise, and it works, I've lost 7 pounds... Buy it on ebay though. I spent 34.99 which includes the gball and didn't get signed up for any extras.

posted Jul 27th, 2010 4:23 pm


Girl

You'll lose weight running to the phone.

posted Jun 3rd, 2010 8:38 pm


marie

After seeing the infomercial I was really excited to try it out...I'm getting married in 6 months and thought it would be something new to try to get into shape. Then I received numerous marketing calls trying to get me to buy other programs that I absolutely did not want! I should have gotten the hint when ordering the program and they offered me countless "free trials" for Visa gas cards and Walmart cards. WHAT A WASTE OF TIME!!! DON'T BOTHER EVEN CALLING!!

posted May 26th, 2010 10:45 am


Winner

Okay so I am trying to figure out if the routine works or doesn't has anyone tried it!!!!!!!! I don't care if you think the program might work or the sales ppl are after you. Does the routine actually work?!

posted Mar 13th, 2010 2:45 pm


FredF

They'll put you on a telemarketing list and you'll get call after call after call trying to sell you more stuff. run! Stay away! Don't bother!

posted Nov 6th, 2009 3:18 pm



   
 

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