Wednesday, May 27, 2009
don't you wonder how many hours a day, or a week, the superbody superstars have to invest in their bodies? i think of someone like angelina jolie and wonder if it's a massive amount of time. i think the melt it off program does the trick in an hour or less a day. but, i'm no angelina, let's face it! really, though, you had better like your personal trainer if you're going to spend that kind of time together, right? i rather like having mitch gaylord as my personal trainer - without having to talk to the guy when i'm feeling grumpy or antisocial.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
oh, so the conversation thread i loved in the message board i mentioned in my last post was flintchick (oh, i get it, flint michigan!) talking about how asskicking the workouts are. especially the "cardio burn and sculpt" and the "sizzlin abs" workouts. and you know what? she's right! mitch isn't messing around or promising something he ain't delivering. you've got to WORK to melt off the calories and pounds and to sculpt those abs and quads and butt and six pack. nothing comes easy, it turns out.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
alright, i admit, i'm taking a minute to blog to you while i'm at work. don't tell the boss. i'm kind of burned up today and am totally looking forward to busting out of here and doing one of the melt it off with mitch workouts that kick my butt and leave me sweating and exhausted by the end. just ran across this board with a conversation about the 3 Day Melt - check it out.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
have you compared any of the different home video abs workout programs? i'm wondering how the others - like the bender ball or ab secrets or crunchless abs ... stack up against mitch gaylord's Sizzlin' Abs Workout. do various ones yield different results when it comes to sculpting your 6-pack abs? do they all work your upper, lower and side obliques in their core workouts?