Exercise Cards: Strength Stack 52 Bodyweight Workout Playing Card Game. Designed by a Military Fitness Expert. Video Instructions Included. No Equipment Needed. Burn Fat and Build Muscle at Home.
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- REALLY EFFECTIVE: Stack 52 bodyweight exercise cards are used by the US Military and were created by a scientist and military fitness expert. The US Army gave Sergeant Volkin a medal for the exercise programs he designed for the troops.
- FITS YOUR LIFESTYLE: Play anywhere at any time. You will get the best results doing mini-workouts (5-15 minutes) a few times each day. No planning or preparation, just take out the cards and play a game. The difficulty is progressive. You can start at any level and advance to elite strength and fitness.
- FUN & MOTIVATING: Games and competition make exercise fun. Play by yourself or compete with your friends, spouse, or children! No more boredom. There are over 50 different body weight exercises; you will never do the same workout twice.
- EASY TO GET STARTED: No equipment, No planning, No memberships. You can play anywhere. Scan the workout cards with a smartphone for online videos of Sergeant Volkin demonstrating the exercises. Visit our website for dozens of free card games and instructional videos.
- 100% MONEYBACK GUARANTEE: If you don’t LOVE Strength Stack 52 fitness cards, we will refund your money.
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You want to exercise but can’t find the time. Gyms are expensive, and there’s traffic. When you do go to the gym, you don’t know what to do, and you’re not really sure how to use the equipment anyway. You could get a personal trainer, but they’re really expensive. You’ve tried working out in the past, but you got bored, lost motivation, and you didn’t see any results.
We designed Stack 52 for you. With Stack 52, you can work out anywhere. Got 5 minutes three times a day? That’s perfect. No preparation, no planning. Just get out your cards and play a quick game. Games are fun and competition is motivating. You’ll never do the same workout twice, so it’s always fresh and exciting. Multiple small workouts several times day are scientifically proven to be one of the most effective ways to burn fat and build muscle.
For even more fun, play with your friends and family. Challenge each other and get fit and strong together.
About Stack 52 and Sergeant Volkin
Sergeant Michael Volkin has a master’s degree in science, has authored 5 books, and has over 20 years of fitness experience. The US Army awarded Sergeant Volkin the Army Commendation Medal for the fitness programs he designed for the troops while stationed overseas. Stack 52 exercise games have been sold in over 24 countries.
What’s in the Box:
The Original Strength Stack 52 Deck contains 54 color coded, suited, and numbered exercise playing cards. There are 6 different colors with each color representing the dominate muscle group worked. The Tri Pack contains the original deck plus the Expansion and Insane Pack for a total of 121 cards and 114 different bodyweight exercises.
Color: Original Deck
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Legal DisclaimerThe information contained in this product may not be appropriate for all individuals, and there are inherent risks associated with all exercise programs. Stack 52 is not responsible for any injuries or health conditions that may result from the use of Stack 52 products. Claims made on this website have not been clinically evaluated. The information contained within is the opinion of the authors and is not a replacement for medical advice. You should consult a physician before starting any diet or exercise program. You use Stack 52 products at your own risk. Exercises include tutorials and detailed descriptions to give you the information you need to be able to perform the exercise with proper form. However, it is your responsibility to warm up and stretch properly, perform each movement correctly and ultimately to decide whether or not you are capable of performing the exercise/workout without sustaining injury.
Seller Warranty DescriptionIf you are not completely satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you can return it for a replacement or refund. Please let us know within 30 days of your original purchase. Please present some proof of purchase.
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I bought it and went thru the deck, its basically a list of suggested workouts. What makes it awesome is that you DO NOT NEED ANYTHING for it, Just yourself. THAT Is what really makes this awesome. A cell phone with QR reader is a good idea to make things easier too.
The anatomy of the cards are genius. Depending on how/what you want to work out, this helps if you have a set idea of what you want to do.
NOW where this product falls short is, now you have these stack of cards, now what? It suggest 'games' in its video, but I cant really think of any game i could play with these cards. I just shuffle them, and pick the top 10-15.
Other than that, you have to put in some work to understand the 'system' (the anatomy of the cards, the color coding, etc), and these do take dedication, but seriously, I'm happy with it. Definitely worth the money if you're trying to get into just at home (or on break at work) workouts. My GF, who is a lazy bum can even do these so it works out.