If you watch TV, you’ve probably seen commercials for the Daily Burn program. Now, I learned that I shouldn’t trust any of the fitness commercials that are out there without proper research, but I was surprised to see how potentially good Daily Burn might be. So I decided to check it out and dig up some info on it and I learned that the program is actually very fun and time friendly for everyone.
Daily Burn is unique to me as most, if not all, of the workout stuff is online. Once you have successfully made your account and set up your workout schedule, you’re given a huge variety of workouts that range in time and type of workout. The website helps you fine tune your workout routine via the time schedules. The program doesn’t stop there though; it even comes with a diet program that compliments your workout. According to their website, the program was tested for 90 days, exercising 6 days a week with a balanced diet. According to them, these users were losing about 2 pounds a week, which doesn’t too unrealistic at all considering that they’re combining a balanced diet with exercise.
One of the things that makes this program so awesome is that you have access to it anywhere. When they show the commercial, they’re not kidding when they say you can use it on your phone, tablet, and other mobile devices. I have some hesitation when it comes to smaller scale usage just because I have a hard time seeing myself looking at my phone or tablet without getting annoyed or potentially screwing up my form. This goes further as the Daily Burn program also has an iPhone app that you can use to track your workout progress. I’m also enjoying the fact that they give you 30 days to try this out in case its not your thing. They don’t promise you amazingly impossible weight loss or instant muscles, but they do give you the opportunity to work around your busy schedule. Some workouts utilize the HIIT method of exercise, which allows you to burn fat in less workout time per day. Others range from strength workouts and weights to yoga and intense cardio exercises, all ranging from 7 minutes to an hour for your convenience. I would definitely suggest to try this out, it doesn’t hurt since its free for a month.