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Will the 8 Week Training Make You a Champion?

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RushFit is an 8 week in-home training program. The DVD workouts are lead by mixed martial art champ, Georges St-Pierre. His program is designed to build muscle, burn fat, and cut weight. The DVDs contain 7 high intensity workouts that focus on the mixed martial arts style training. The workouts are designed for any fitness level and can be used for fight training or simply total fitness goals.

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  • Only equipment required are dumbbells
  • Can be done at home, no gym membership required
  • Workouts are only 45 minutes
  • May not be suitable for all fitness levels

RushFit orders contain two nutrition and diet guides that are intended to aid in the programs success.


The RushFit workouts are mostly floor routines that incorporate dumbbells. The routines are 45 minutes of focus on strength and endurance, ab strength, core conditioning, fight condition, power training, balance, agility, and flexibility. The routines are those that Georges St- Pierre uses for mixed martial arts fight training. They are quick and intense and potentially high impact. The workouts can be used for total fitness or for fight training.


RushFit appears to be an effective workout series, if the participant can follow along properly. The resistance training should naturally create strength. Significant weight loss may occur is the participant follows an effective nutritional plan.

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