I liked that I was able to finish working out in 45 minutes. Simple and easy, except the challenging heavy weight part…lol
I was curious to see how heavy weight and low 4-6 reps would transform my body. I had been doing 12 reps and attempting to lift heavy weight to get the “lean mass” look, but it would be difficult for me to lift that many reps at a heavy weight.
I began to get stronger in all my lifts and I noticed my body was shaping up nicely while eating in the caloric deficit. People start to ask me, “Man you look like your taking ‘something’.” I had decent size mass wise, but I was getting lean as well. I have lost about 10 pounds, but mostly just fat it seems.
I’ve never experienced so much change in my body with any other program. The diet was great because I was able to eat what I wanted as long as I stayed in the caloric deficit.
I really don’t need to say much more on this subject other than I am really appreciative of what P90X did for me initially. The downfall for me with that program was that it caused me to overtrain and endure a shoulder pain that took almost a year to overcome (about 95% healed now) and I was never able to achieve my goals. Mike’s program is superior to all others in every way. Keep up the good work Mike and always stay humble and passionate about what you are doing.
I feel more confident in all areas in my life. I feel confident in the workouts because it’s effective as long as you keep challenging yourself with progressively heavier weight. You don’t have to worry about switching it up all the time. People these days always talk about muscle confusion, but I have learned that if you overload the muscles, you force your muscle to adapt.
Since Bigger Leaner Stronger I have become a NASM certified personal trainer and have began training people with the BLS workouts because I know how effective it is for myself!!!