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Supreme 90 Day System

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Ordinary workouts lose steam because muscles plateau so you stop seeing results. Supreme 90 Day employs muscle confusion to accelerate results. Each routine brings on muscle shocking moves so your body stays challenged, so you keep getting stronger! You get the complete 10 DVD system by award winning producer, Cal Pozo, and Supreme Nutrition by New York Times best selling author, Tosca Reno, plus Free Online Support! The body you've always dreamed of is just 90 days away!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004S2YN5O
  • Item model number: B004S2YN5O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (413 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,899 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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First, let me say that I own both P90X and Insanity, and I strongly endorse Beachbody products to anyone who asks - they are of high quality and offer many options for people with different goals. Many people around the internet are saying that this product, Supreme 90 Day, is just a cheap knockoff of P90X. I found it to be a solid program at great price, and it is a good variation alternative after a person has completed another program.

I do not consider this better or worse than P90X or Insanity, just more variation or more "muscle confusion", but at a very affordable price. The makers are clearly trying to capitalize on the success of P90X, and the commercials are very similar to the infomercials of that product. I have found that the Supreme 90 Day DVD's are well produced, and the workouts are tough (if you use enough weight to challenge.) Tom Holland, who is the instructor, is not overbearing or annoying and the exercise models are attractive and in great shape (and several of the women in the program are stunning.) My only complaint-comment is that the workouts require somewhat more equipment or variety of weights than P90X, and they move quickly between exercises which often require different weights and setups. Not really a problem if you organize your equipment beforehand, but the first few times, I was struggling to change weights and set up the equipment quickly enough to keep up. Otherwise, this is a great workout program.

A final comment: I used to be a fitness snob about mass marketed DVD programs in believing that they were beneath me. I had trained in hardcore gyms with weights for years, and I have maintained fairly decent condition throughout my life.
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First, a little about me. I'm an advanced exerciser who has completed several rounds of Beachbody's P90X and Cathe Friedrich's STS Series.

Is Supreme 90 a copy cat version of P90X? It's based on the same principle of muscle confusion, as well as the principle of clean eating. It's similar but different. I love these workouts! They are tough and pack a lot into 30-40 minutes. I never thought I could get a thorough workout it less than an hour, but these workouts have convinced me that I can.

Why I love these workouts:

**They're tough. My heart rate is up there for every workout, even the core ones.

**Tom Holland is a great instructor. I'd love to have him as my own trainer. He's tough, yet motivating.

**Constant change keeps me interested. Since you're doing something different every day, I don't get bored with these. This set includes cardio, core and weights.

**The focus on core work. I know it's important to work the core, but I don't like doing so. This series has you working your core in every workout.

**The all-inclusive nature of the program. There's a nutrition plan, compiled by Tosca Reno, plus online web support.

**The workout crew is all very fit and very motivating. I'd love to look half as good as the women in these DVDs. Okay, so that's a pipe dream, but it's fun to imagine.

**The price. I had a coupon, so the entire set cost me all of $16.00. Most of the single DVDs in my collection cost more than that!

Some things to note about these workouts:

**The warm-up and cool-down are the same for each workout. This can get a little tiring after a while.

**The pace is frantic.
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So, I'll start my review by saying that I have PLENTY of things to compare Supreme 90 Day to. I have bought Tony Horton's 10-minute trainer, Lauren Brooks' Ultimate Kettlebell, Fluidity, The Firm, etc.

In terms of the money spent versus what you get....THIS is it!! I won't insult your intelligence by telling you the names of every DVD, the lengths of the workouts, etc....You can find that info in plenty of other reviews. I will give you my honest opinions/perceptions of "S90".

A little about me...I am in my early thirties, female, two children (the youngest is 4), just under 5 feet tall, in moderately good shape, and I do some form of exercise 5 days a week for at least 1/2 hour. I eat about 85% whole/clean. In my younger years, I was a personal trainer for 5 years.

I began doing this to get back in shape after having 3 surgeries (one of which was an abdominal hernia), which kept me from working out for extended periods of time, and threw my body "out of sync."

First, Tom Holland:
He is charismatic, a bit funny and he does his best to keep the workout moving along without you giving up. I especially love that he points out the "flaws" of the people working out. If they short-change an exercise, mess up their form or do anything they shouldn't he will jokingly "call them on the carpet" about it. Not in a mean, degrading way. Just enough so that the viewer knows what they SHOULD be doing.

I also like the fact that Tom Holland laughs at himself, and humbly corrects his own flubs that he makes. It makes him seem "human" and likable.

Next, the workouts:
There are several things that I like about he workouts, themselves. For one, when the crew is working out, they all kind of go at their own pace.
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