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- Based on the successful 21 Day Fix program, but with a clean eating nutrition plan and more extreme workouts
- 7 extreme workouts on 2 DVDs
- Includes color-coded portion control containers & Shakeology shaker cup with an easy-to-follow eating plan
- Step by Step guide on how to use your containers
- 21 Day workout calendar and recipes included
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Autumn Calabrese's 21 Day Fix EXTREME Base Kit
Meet the Trainer - Autumn Calabrese
Autumn Calabrese is a celebrity fitness trainer, busy mom, and national-level bikini competitor. As creator of 21 Day Fix—the best-selling Beachbody fitness program of 2014—this rising star in the fitness community has made a name for herself by helping people lose weight and get the bodies they’ve always wanted through simple portion control and working out consistently.
Autumn Calabrese's 21 Day Fix EXTREME
EXTREME Fitness. Simple Eating. Serious Results.
When you absolutely, positively need to get lean and defined in the shortest time possible - 21 Day Fix EXTREME is the way to do it.
Give it all the guts, intensity, and drive you’ve got for 21 days—and you will get that hardbody you’ve always wanted.
The workouts are short, but they’re extreme. The eating plan is simple, but there’s no room for treats or cheating. It’s a serious 21 days. But stick with it, and you’ll walk away with serious results.
- 7 Extreme Workouts on 2 DVDs
- 7 Color-Coded Portion Control Containers plus a 25-oz Shakeology Shaker Cup
- Start Here Guide
- 21 Day Fix EXTREME Eating Plan
- Countdown to Competition Meal Plan
Extreme Fitness: 7 Workouts on 2 DVDs
Autumn has seriously ramped up the calorie-scorching, muscle-carving intensity with these 30-minute extreme workouts.
1. Plyo Fix Extreme - An explosive lower-body workout that uses jumping and resistance to torch calories and sculpt muscles.
2. Upper Fix Extreme - By alternating opposing muscle groups, this no-rest upper-body workout will help shred your chest, back, shoulders, and arms.
3. Pilates Fix Extreme - Using a resistance band for every exercise, this intense mat workout works the entire body, placing emphasis on the core.
4. Lower Fix Extreme - Glutes, quads, hamstrings, and calves will get stronger, leaner, and more defined with challenging resistance work.
5. Cardio Fix Extreme - Combining weighted cardio moves with traditional metabolic training intervals keeps your heart rate soaring.
6. Yoga Fix Extreme - A fast-paced flow yoga class, combining strength, balance, flexibility, and power.
7. Dirty 30 Extreme Workout - Features seven compound moves that target multiple muscle groups simultaneously.
7 Portion Control Containers & 25-oz Shakeology Shaker Cup
Take all the guesswork out of what to eat and how much. These seven color-coded containers and Shakeology shaker cup deliver exactly the right portions every time. No more counting calories or guessing how much you can eat. These simple containers do the work for you.
Green = Veggies | Purple = Fruits | Yellow=Carbs | Blue=Healthy Fats | Orange=Seeds & Dressing | Shakeology Shaker Cup=Drinks
Portion Control System
Start Here Guide
Countdown to Competition
Crystal lost 12 pounds with 21 Day Fix EXTREME
Adam lost 18 pounds with 21 Day Fix EXTEME
Leslie lost 7 inches with 21 Day Fix EXTREME
Need to get seriously shredded in the shortest time possible? See how simple portion control, clean eating, and extreme 30-minute workouts will help you get the hardbody you’ve always wanted. Extreme Fitness. Simple Eating. Serious Results. When you absolutely, positively need to get lean and defined in the shortest time possible…21 Day Fix EXTREME is the way to do it. Give it all the guts, intensity, and drive you’ve got for 21 days—and you WILL get that hardbody you’ve always wanted. The workouts are short, but they’re extreme. The eating plan is simple, but there’s no room for treats or cheating. It’s a serious 21 days. But stick with it, and you’ll walk away with serious results.
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Not a quitter, I took out Pylo and put in the Dirty 30 Dvd, which was one of my favorite videos from the original Fix. SO upsetting. Many of these moves have strayed so far away from basic strength training that they borderline on disaster. The Extreme Dirty 30 has several exercises where you are balancing on one foot, squatting, and lifting weights. It's just too much for me. I am all for lifting and pushing myself to the limit, but I want to do it safely and intelligently. The bonus exercise is holding a plank position, lifting your right arm out in front of you with a weight, lifting your opposite leg out, then bringing that weighted arm and the leg in simultaneously. Planks are awesome and effective, but this exercise screams wrist injury to me. The rest of the videos are, sadly, the same. I was so bummed because I l LOVE Autumn's first workout video. Maybe the young can do this, and I say more power to you! But I am too old for these kinds of moves. Thank you for reading. If you are in my boat, I recommend Kelly Coffey-Meyer videos for a no-nonsense approach to exercise. Nothing fancy, no bells and whistles, just good old weight training and cardio. Or, just stick to the original 21 day Fix, which is absolutely fantastic. Happy exercising, all. Peace.
First off, my take is that the workouts are on par with P90X3 and the faster paced Cathe Friedrich videos, but more difficult than the Jillian Michaels Body Revolution ones. This program is meant to be an upgrade to the original 21-day fix program, so if you still find the original or JMBR too challenging to complete a full 30 minute workout, you should probably stick with that until you can complete them. That is when you should move on to this or P90X3. Note also that ALL of these workouts include weight-bearing exercise, akin to the CVX workout in P90X3, the faster paced Cathe Friedrich videos, or the last round of the original Jillian Michaels 30 Day Shred where she has you do the cardio exercises from the first round with weights this time.
I still found the workouts extremely challenging the first week. Any time you do something different, you will be challenged even if you are already fit, just because your muscles aren't used to that particular activity. With new workouts you also have to figure out your baseline weight and which weight is right for each exercise - so if you feel like you are going to die the first time you do Plyo Fix Extreme, don't freak out. Use a lighter weight next time or even modify without weights if you cannot do it. If you are super sore the next day it's ok, don't freak out and think it is too hard and give up - see how you compare the NEXT week. For example, I could barely complete a full round of each exercise the first time I did Plyo Fix Extreme, but the second week I could, and the third week I was even ready to upgrade the weight I was using on some exercises. You can make this workout more or less challenging simply by using a different weight. That said, this does involve an investment of several different weights, so if you are not ready for that, do be aware that this program works best if you have a good range of weights available. I have dumbbells ranging from 2lbs each to 30 lbs each.
Plyo Fix: The first round is the hardest for me, even though my legs are thrashed closer to the end. I think this is because the warmups are short in this series - another reviewer stated this is very hard on the above 40 set, and that's true, but it is what it is; if you want a 30 minute workout something has to go. The first two rounds are heavy on the big muscles of the legs (butt, quads, hamstrings), and then the last three chill out a little and include more movement-based exercises that I can take a little breather on. I'd recommend a heavier weight for the first two, and then taper off. My fitbit loves this workout. As a previous reviewer said, the bonus round will make you cry bloody tears of regret like a vampire. But again, it is what it is.
Upper Fix: I LOVE this workout, I think it's one of my favorites in the series. This one is more resistance-based than cardio-based, which I wasn't expecting, as most of these workouts have a cardio component. It's a lot like Incinerator from P90X3, but I found Incinerator kind of boring and this is not. Don't be afraid of a heavier weight for the back exercises; I always am and I always feel like I could have done more. My other muscles always feel pleasantly fried after this one though. Also drop sets! YAY DROP SETS I LOVE DROP SETS. My fitbit hates this workout, as it always hates workouts with no or little cardio component.
Pilates Extreme: I love this workout also! Another reviewer had a really hard time with the band, but I only really struggled with it in the very last rotation. It's important when you do the "church wrap" that you make sure your handles are even length at the top. When you wrap it around your feet, make sure when you hold them in front of you one side isn't longer than the other. This may account for some of the flailing - the first time I did it, one side was really tight and I couldn't do the full range of motion and the other side was too easy. However, I found this pilates routine a lot more doable than the P90X3 one, even with the bands, and WOO do my abs feel it.
Lower Fix Extreme: I don't care for this one, but it's personal preference. I prefer straight lifting for my leg days, and this one has 30 seconds of a weight bearing exercise and then 30 seconds of a plyo exercise. I find it a little too similar to Plyo Fix Extreme, although this one does have more lower impact cardio component moves than Plyo (as it should). That said, I usually hate leg day and feel like it takes forever, and this one goes fast.
Cardio Fix Extreme: This one is the hardest for me. I always feel like my heart is going to explode straight out my mouth and hit my television. This right after Lower Fix and right before Dirty 30 absolutely wrecks my legs. This one usually has 2 one minute moves and then a 30 second move. Some are more standard cardio (like high knees), and some are weight bearing. It's a lot more legs, and that makes me whine like a faulty window unit after Lower Fix. Honestly my biggest complaint with this program is that Lower Fix, followed by this, followed by Dirty 30 is just too much legs in a row. This is the reason for one less star than max. The last march of the ents that is three leg days in a row.
Dirty 30 Extreme: I was scared of this one because it came as a bonus with Hammer and Chisel, and I had done it once and wrecked my shop pretty handily by choosing the wrong weight. However, with lighter weights it isn't so bad. This and Cardio Fix Extreme are kind of companion workouts in that they are both total body with some cardio components, but Cardio Fix has more cardio (duh) and Dirty 30 has more active rest weight-bearing stuff. Dirty 30 is also one minute intervals WHY GOD AND AUTUMN WHY. I hate one minute intervals y'all.
Yoga Fix Extreme: I really liked this the first week and for some reason thought I would never get through it the second week. I don't like it as much as the PIlates workout, and it is easier on the legs than the P90X3 yoga workout, as well it should be after Lower, Cardio, and Dirty 30 three days in a row seriously you guys my quads ow ow ow. For some reason I can do crow better in this one than the P90X3 one, maybe the order of the exercises. It's a good stretch, but if you really went hard on Dirty 30 you may fall down on half moon. I am not saying I DID fall down on half moon. I'm just saying that falling down on half moon is a possibiliOKAY NO FINE I TOTALLY FELL DOWN ON HALF MOON. Like a sack of bricks.
The meal program was the most pleasant surprise to me. Part of the reason I purchased this program was that I needed a reset for my meals. I had been on a runaway empty carb train this summer, and was saving 500 calories every day so I could eat a pint of Halo Top and an entire bag of microwave popcorn every day. It happens, but I wanted a concrete and strict plan with clear guidelines to get my nutrition back on track. I thought I was going to HATE fiddling with the little containers, and I thought I was going to be starving like I usually am on a calorie cut, and I absolutely wasn't. I was never unpleasantly hungry, I was able to sleep well (not usually the case on a calorie cut), and I felt a lot better too. This was a huge surprise to me. I was on the 1200-1500 bracket, and any other time I have dipped that low into calories I have been starving at night and unable to sleep, with headaches. This time that wasn't the case. SIIIIIGH FIIIIIIINE sources kept telling and telling me that whole foods are better than processed and I don't wanna hear "a cookie is a sometimes food" ANY MORE THAN Y'ALL DO when girl scouts knock on the door, but I needed this program to remind me of that. Insert whining about how it is 2018 WHERE IS MY ROBOT BODY here. I didn't use the countdown to competition plan, just the regular plan. I will give up garbage carbs for 21 days but you will take my sweet potatoes from my COLD, DEAD HANDS.
Now, I did also lose the weight they promise you will lose - I started out around the top of my range at 145, and this morning I weighed in at 138 at the beginning of week 3. HOWEVER. I understand, and I want all of y'all to understand that the vast majority of this is water weight. As I said, I have been eating a lot of empty carbs, and if you are also, then you are probably retaining a lot of water. I have gained up to ten entire pounds of water weight depending on what I'm eating and where I am in my menstrual cycle. This program will have you cutting carbs and processed foods, so you will be eating a lot less sodium and empty carbs than usual, so you are going to lose water weight. However, if after your 21 days you go BACK to eating a bag of microwave popcorn, girl (or guy) that water weight gonna come RIIIIGHT back. I am not saying you will not lose fat; you will lose fat also, just be aware that when I say "It is true, I did lose the amount of weight they claimed and so can you," that at least half of that, if not more, is going to be water. You can keep the water off better if you drink more water (I know right, counterintuitive ahoy) and don't eat a lot of sodium/nonfibrous carbs, but let's be real y'all. A cookie may be sometimes food, but like the Cookie Monster, we all want to know if sometimes is now. So be prepared to gain a little back when you are done, and sometimes is now.
... is it now yet? How about now? How about.... RIGHT now?
All in all this is an awesome addition to my library of 30-minute workout videos, and definitely the program I will use during calorie cuts from now on.