148 comments
shelli s
shelli s

Bare with me I'm new to this. I need to lose around 50 pounds. I should have stock in beach body. I own them all. Problem with that is I get distracted really easy. Lifting weights is the only thing I can focus on. I was reading the Best Body web page and it said if you have a lot of weight to lose don't do Body Beast. What can I do ??????

coachtodd
coachtodd

@shelli s you can, but you just dont want to follow the body beast nutrition plan. I recommend following the P90X fat shredder plan or the P90X3 nutrition plan. I have resource on both here on my site if you just do a search :)

Sandie price
Sandie price

What supplements could I buy at health food store that we could use for recovery shake ect, that we need I'm going to order shakeolgy but we are on a budget looking for the cheapest way.

MrScrappy
MrScrappy

Great website :) well made, great response time. it's clear you take pride in your website. just wanted to say that. have a great day!! :)

RedRVator
RedRVator

I've been very into cardio (treadmill, concept rower, stationary recumbent bike). What kind of resistance gear do I need for the lean program?  Free weights in what sizes? 
Would a pair of the multi-weight adjustable units work?  (I prefer to set myself up in my home.) Finally, will the download app work with the new BlackBerry?   Thanks.

RedRVator
RedRVator

I've been very into cardio (treadmill, Concept rower, stationary recumbent bike).  What kind of resistance gear do I need for the lean program?  Free weights in what sizes?  Would a pair of the multi-weight adjustable units work?  (I prefer to set myself up in my home.)  Thanks. RedRVator

coachtodd
coachtodd

@RedRVator I have a set of adjustable dumbbells that go from 5-55lbs each. I got them from academy.com. the brand is "lifesmart". They are super durable and I have been using them for 3.5 years now

bigm24
bigm24

HI, I am 33 yrs old. i have have weight trained for years and have gotten good results. i currently am 6'4 230 lbs at probably 14-15% bodyfat im guessing. i want to for once in my life get shredded but not lose my muscle mass. i also want to maintain my strength because i am activley involved in sports still. how effective will this program b for me? also is there something i can take with me toi gym to perform this workout? i have stuff at home but prefer gym. thanks

coachtodd
coachtodd

@bigm24 I think this program would be right up your ally man. As for taking it to the gym...you can just download the app and that will show you what exercises to do. I would watch the videos though so you know how long of a break you should take in between sets. Thats going to be important!

tclarkcook
tclarkcook

Hi,

I am 52 yr old male, 5'10.5, 198-205 lbs.  I need to lose easily about 15-20 lbs.  However, I am not good with the extreme bouncing, jumping, etc which was the Shaun T workout.  I can lift the weight, etc and probably could benefit from the 'lean" program.

Also, my spouse is a 75 yr old male, 5'9" and would need to lose 30-40 lbs.  Again, he can do the weights but no bouncing, jumping, etc.

Any recommendation, suggestions would be great.

Thank you,

TC 

Ads13072
Ads13072

Hi there. I am 43, 5'8, 145. I am looking to gain some muscle and try for that six pack as well. I was wondering if you would think this body beast program would be for me. Thanks

ErosVellucci
ErosVellucci

I'm 18 looking for that sac efron body I have 12-14% body fat weigh 130 pounds and I am 5"7 would you recommend the lean or the huge for me ?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@ErosVellucci I would say follow the huge beast workout schedule, but follow something more like the p90x3 nutrition plan if you want to cut some additional fat

bsugardance
bsugardance

Hi I'm a 60 yar old female in pretty good shape.  5''1 and 122 pdsI and  work out often.  I would like to loose 8 to 10 pounds of fat. especially on my stomach and thighs.  I don't want to build  too much muscle.  i want to purchase body beast but afraid I will gai more weight,  Can you advise .Please...I'm so anxious to start.


coachtodd
coachtodd

@bsugardance hi there! You have no need to worry...the female body will never be able to produce enough testosterone to build too much muscle or get "bulky". Body Beast and a proper nutrition plan will actually have quite the opposite effect - you'll get lean and toned. Is there something thats motivating you to lose that 8-10lbs? :)

WhitneyPoindexterMurdock
WhitneyPoindexterMurdock

Hey Todd, I am finishing up Chalean Extreme and have lost a total of 20lbs since starting in November. I eat clean and am very faithful about my workouts. I am super stoked to start Body beast in February...I am wanting to continue to lean out and start putting muscle on. Im 143lbs and would like to be 135lbs with very defined visible muscle....any pointers on what calories or supplements I should be consuming?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@WhitneyPoindexterMurdock thats awesome!!! congrats on the 20lbs lost! Where are you at right now for calories? How are you keeping track of your nutrition?

beastmode85
beastmode85

Hi Todd. Great site and info. I workout in the morning after a glass of milk or fruit. Would you be able to recommend a meal plan or should I try to follow Sagis'  as is but place the workout in the morning. Current plan: milk - workout - postworkout shakelogy followed by breakfast lunch snack, dinner. I sit and study for my board exams all day and I really cant eat that much food without feeling bloated like Sagi recommends since I am sitting all day after my workout.  I don't think I will get bulk based on my diet, but hopefully stay lean till I am off my ass. HAHA. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.

Scott Lundgren
Scott Lundgren

I am an avid golfer and workout fanatic. I have done p90x for a couple of years and looking for something different. I want to add some additional bulk, but not so much that it impacts my golf swing. Is Body Beast a good solution for me?



coachtodd
coachtodd

@Scott Lundgren so long as you go for maximum extension on your reps. You dont want to "short train" your muscles and end up not being able to extend your arms all the way or something like that. I dont know if body beast is the BEST solution. I think something like P90X2 with a bulking nutrition plan might be a better fit for you as an athlete. I kid you not, X2 increased my vertical jump by 8" in 90 days. I have no doubt you could gain with it and even improve your golf game too.

Sher0827
Sher0827

I am a 42 yr old female, 5'2 100 lbs. Currently on week 5 of body beast (huge). Hoping to gain 10lbs of muscle. Already planning to repeat the program a couple of times. Is it possible for me to gain 10 lbs of muscle ? I'm following the meal plan exactly and lifting as heavy as I can!

coachtodd
coachtodd

@Sher0827 it is possible, but a lot of that is going to depend on your nutrition :) what is your nutrition looking like? Whats your calorie intake at?

Sher0827
Sher0827

Calorie intake is 1700 per day. Consuming 1.3 grams of protein per lb of body weight. Finished 6 weeks of body beast today. Weight now 106. Some of it is probably fat but I definitely see more muscle. Should I continue at that caloric intake?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@Sher0827 if your energy levels are good then I would stick with it. When you start to see a plateau, then you might need to up it

JasonSolberg
JasonSolberg

I am 41 have 24% bodyfat. I'm active and strong but I want to go to the next level. I also enjoy obstacle runs like Tough MUdder and Spartan Race. Would Body Beast help in any way getting prepared for those?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@JasonSolberg I dont thnk so Jason - I would say something more in the High Intensity Interval Training workout world would better prepare you (Insanity, Asylum, T25, P90X). Something with more cardio.

coryg3232
coryg3232

@coachtodd .  I am planning on starting Body Beast next week.  I'm coming off P90X and about 3 months of lifting and running on my own.  I've dropped about 30lbs since January and am down to about 15% body fat.  I am still carrying some lower mid section body fat.  It's reeeaaalllllyyyy hard to get rid of at 35 years old I'm finding.  When I was 25 I could shed fat no problem whenever I wanted.  I really want to get rid of the last of this spare tire and put on muscle mass everywhere else.  Will body beast work for this you think?  Or should I do one more round of P90X and then do body beast.  I've heard different opinions on this.  thanks!!

coachtodd
coachtodd

@coryg3232 Body Beast can absolutely work man! I just would not recommend following the Body Beast nutrition plan if you are looking to cut that last bit of fat. I would recommend sticking to a fat shredder plan, like "my 1900 calorie diet" >> http://rippedclub.net/nutrition/my-1900-calorie-diet/ 

Are you using anything to track your nutrition?

coryg3232
coryg3232

@coachtodd I use my fitness pal. I'm 6'2" and fluctuate between 195 and 198 right now. I have a pretty lean build so putting on muscle mass has never been easy for me. All I do for supplements right now is a preworkout drink, creatine and protein post workout and I take fish oil pills once a day. I eat about 2000 calories a day. Recently I've upped my carb intake a little because I seemed to be in a rut with the fat burning. I will check out your diet plan for sure. Any other tips would be appreciated. Thanks for getting right back to me.

coachtodd
coachtodd

@coryg3232 cool man! ya let me know if you have any questions on my 1900 cal diet. I thought I would toss this out there cuz based on everything you have told me so far, getting you plugged into our next online challenge group sounds like a PERFECT fit for you and your goals. Does that sound like something you want more info on?

booboy189
booboy189

@coryg3232 @coachtodd


I am planing on starting Body beast next week, but I do morning workouts and wanted to help setting up the best way to get all my meals in. I get to the gym at 5am, and dont eat before i go now. 

coryg3232
coryg3232

@booboy189

I just started on monday. Had a couple tattoo sessions to sit for so had to wait a month to start it. Its amazing how much stength you can lose in just a month. My legs are wasted from the build/legs workout. Booboy, I work out after work around 5. Todd can answer better probably but these workouts are fairly intense. I'd worry about loss of energy doing these on an empty stomach. But everyones different I guess.

coachtodd
coachtodd

Sometimes I drink a serving of whey protein 30 minutes BEFORE my workouts for the BCAA's. If you workout THAT early, then you just want something light. You dont want a full meal in your belly while you are working out because your body will draw blood to your organs to help digest and process the food. You want maximum bloodflow to the muscles!

JimmyKryzak
JimmyKryzak

Todd, I just ran across your site while looking for a Body Beast training schedule. I don't need help with the program or fitness but just wanted to compliment you on the site. It looks to be well run and organized with you getting back to people quickly. Don't worry not trying to sell anything , just wanted to say great job here.

MaidPerfect
MaidPerfect

@coachtodd im about to start tonight ive just completed t25 i really want to tone up im using a friends old copy so any advice would be great ive started to understand eating clean a bit more however im getting much better at eating good foods so hoping it will start to show more with my workouts , your before and after are amazing :)

MaidPerfect
MaidPerfect

@coachtodd @MaidPerfect  t25 was great so fast and good results ive done insanity too, ive just always took longer then others to loose weight and tone up ....i really dont know why , maybe because ive always been over weight that its taking longer who knows?? i just really want to see results in the respect of a toned body and weights are a good way to go so ive heard so any tips you may have will be fab, :)

 

coachtodd
coachtodd

@MaidPerfect @coachtodd You are going to LOVE body beast! I wish more women would go for it cuz they would seriously fall in love with the result that lifting weights would give them! With that said, I would need to know what your primary goals concerning fat loss...Are you looking to lose a little more fat and tone or have you reached your desired fat loss so far?

...and thanks :)

PS: how did you like T25?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@MaidPerfect @coachtodd awesome!!! When you get a chance, be sure you go through the links I have compiled within the "nutrition zone" tab here on my site. That will give you a great foundational understanding of how to get the BEST results possible!

And also, we are starting a 30 day online challenge starting on Dec. 2nd. That sound like something you would want more info on?

MaidPerfect
MaidPerfect

@coachtodd @MaidPerfect yeah that would be great thank you i do like a challenge it really keeps me focused thank you for all your help , 

regards 

sarah donovan 

sarahdonovan01@live.co.uk :)

coachtodd
coachtodd

@MaidPerfect @coachtodd cool! Shoot me an email to: coachtodd@rippedclub.net asking for details and we can talk there :) you on facebook?

MaidPerfect
MaidPerfect

in block 2 on lean do u just do the same workout for 6 weeks?

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