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Diets in Review Question

Does the Firm Express work or not?

Sarah asked this question Jan 16th, 2012 2:57 pm

i See Everyone Complaining About The Shipping And That There Is No Way You Can Recieve A Good Amount Of Weightloss By Only Working Out Three Times A Week For Twenty Minutes. Here Is My Question Does it Work Or Not.

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claudia

i decided to get the firm because i dont always have 1 hour to work out and i love it 20 minutes does not seem long but you really break a sweat.. i ordered mine from amazon for only $80


posted on Jan 26th, 2012 3:30 am

Heather in Seattle

YES it works! (But, let me quickly address the nay-sayers -- It seems to me that most of the complaints are based on the fact that nobody reads the fine print of what they are buying. If you've ever bought anything with a "free trial" before, realize that you will be charged unless you opt-out. Buy the workout system only!!! If you want to go back and buy the other stuff, then you can still do that, usually at a discount). These workouts are meant to be a solution for two types of people - #1) those who complain about not having enough time in their week to workout, and #2) beginners who need to be eased into the program. I am a returning user who is in the worst shape of my life, so I'm starting here. I've done the Firm's hour-long programs, and THEY WORK, but they are super-challenging. I see this as an easy three-month plan at a dollar per day for me to get back into working out. You can't get bored with this program because each CD is only used once per month (unless you add on the bonus 13th "Kickstart" CD to a workout session). The meal plan is pretty straightforward in the traditional "eat less and incorporate more fruits and veggies" type of way, so I've decided to do this in conjunction with the South Beach Diet -- (buy the book if you want to scare yourself silly about your health and then get motivated to eat better). I'm sure this diet plan is fine, but I trust the cardiologist's diet a little bit more since, A) you can eat as much as you want, and B) it actually works - I've done it. Remember, if your current exercise plan is non-existent, then ANY exercise is going to show results. This one just boils the best bits down into a compact and easy-to-follow system. How can that be bad?


posted on Feb 12th, 2012 10:51 pm