Levi Brown: p. //MetaShred/AR/ .. The meals in the Day plan will come in above or below these figures but will even out over . Meta Shred is a 21 day program. It contains 9 workouts and you do 3 workouts a week, never repeating a workout until you reach the end of THE DAY METASHRED is a metabolic body-shredding program brought to you by Australian Men's Health. Includes 9 workouts, Meal Plan and Workout.
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The Day MetaShred Will Strip Away Fat and Reveal Lean, Hard Muscle. I tried every fat-loss method imaginable, from highly researched fitness advice to underground bodybuilding methods. METASHRED—my all-new body-shredding plan—represents the culmination of every hard truth I. The 21 Day MetaShred Workout Calendar. Monday. Tuesday Wednesday Thursday. Friday. Saturday. Sunday. Week 1. Six-Pack. Superset. REST. Metaconda. Workout homeranking.info - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online . The 21 Day MetaShred Workout Calendar. Monday Tuesday Wednesday.
Are they just rest days? Hi Michelle, a doubles workout is a second workout of the day. He had me laughing even when I was working and breathing hard. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here You do not get a lot of recovery during these workouts and they are very metabolic.
Position 2: Phase 3: Workout 7 Calorie Crushing Combos is As usual, no warm up or cool down, however I think the first combo is low key enough to serve as a warm up. Equipment needed is a box or a bench or high step , dumbbells and a block to raise heels; BJ and crew use a piece of plywood but I just used 3 pound dumbbells.
Due to the nature of the exercises, I used 12 pound dumbbells for everything and they worked well for me. The concept of this workout is compound exercises.
BJ puts several exercises together into one complex and you repeat that complex for two minutes. There are 10 complexes total.
This is another great and innovative workout from BJ. I am very impressed with this program so far. His workouts are generally interesting, sometimes fun, he is usually funny he is in this workout —and they always challenge me. Here is yet another mini article and video by BJ about this concept. Workout 8 Shrednado is 31 minutes long.
He uses tornado terms to label the levels. Occasionally, you do the move all 3 times at the same level, but usually he has you change things a little each time. Here is a little article and video where BJ talks about his Shrenado concept. I really enjoyed this workout. Since there is no equipment needed, just do everything BJ says and you will be fine. It is intense and fun. Workout 9 BodyBuilder Burnouts is This is the final workout in the program and as the title suggests, this one is the most strength-training focused of them all.
It consists of 6 circuits with 5 exercises in each circuit. The first 4 exercises are upper body exercises and the fifth is a lower body exercise. Each exercise is done for 50 seconds with a 10 second recovery.
Although I did like this workout, it is probably my least favorite of the lot. First, the positives. This workout contains a lot of effective and unique exercises to hit your muscles in new ways and I really like that. I also like how he cycles through muscles groups and ends each circuit with an active recovery of working the lower body. There is a great deal of potential to this workout. You have to go through this workout at least once to get an idea of the appropriate weight to use for each exercise because one set of dumbbells is not going to work.
I used 5, 10, 12, 15 and 20 pound dumbbells. But that is also the con.
So, you run through the workout and get an idea of the proper weight for you to use to get the most out of the workout. You create your workout card and have it ready for when you return to the workout—so you can select the proper weight. The problem is—you only have 10 seconds of recovery between each exercise. I will have to take some time to consider how to structure the workout card to make it easy to follow.
The first time through, sometimes I got the weight right the first time, sometimes it was too light and a few times it was too heavy and I lost time swapping the dumbbell out. Unlike the other workouts in this program, BJ actually does the entire workout and he is struggling sometimes, because with the right weight, it is tough. And him and Gideon were using good sized dumbbells. The women?
It was embarrassing. This is actually a problem through the entire program but I never paid as close attention to it as I did in this one. Gideon and BJ are working hard. And who would with 5 pound dumbbells?
She is supposed to be doing the intermediate version of the exercises. So why the 5 pound dumbbells in a strength workout? She should have been using challenging weights, setting the proper example for exercisers. I found that pretty irritating. Finally, here is the article and video about this concept by BJ. I see that they use a wooden box for some exercises. What height is appropriate?
Thanks Auda. I worked for me. I just do the programs and share my experiences. Thanks for your reply. Your answer actually helped me decide.
I really needed to lose weight and tone up last minute for Pride Season. I believe in BJ Gaddour because I tried his T30 workouts and his Monster workout really delivered what he said it would: I decided to buy this last month. I usually come to this website before doing a program because the author details every exercise included in the workout videos and I can come back to the articles as a reference of what I need to do that day before doing the video.
I really appreciate that. Anyway, the Meta Shred program worked! I lost 10 pounds by the before my last two workouts from the program-of course I changed my diet to be healthier and lower in calories while doing the program, which is, really what I ought to be doing all the time. By the 5th workout I was down to five pounds and felt and saw my upper abs coming back and felt my lower obliques coming back and the ab flab was disappearing!
By Pride weekend I had a flat stomach again and my abs were hard, although not perfectly defined yet-that will require much more work. Mind you I probably lost another 5 lbs during Pride weekend because I refrained from eating mainly because I was too busy getting my skank on but damn! I was happy with the results! Also, to top it off while I was texting in the middle of the crowded event I briefly looked up and caught a gorgeous man steal a photo of me! I was good enough to be photographed at Pride by a tourist!
Damn…I should have turned around and asked the guy for his number. Anyway, BJ Gaddour has your back and you can trust him to help you get into shape with this workout. Do it with a proper diet and some gay male vanity and you can accomplish anything. Awesome results! Unfortunately diet is key to actually seeing all that muscle you worked so hard for. But it is worth its! Whoa…defensive much? Man the the author of this blog totally misconstrued what I said.
I just wanted to know if it helps get good results fast. But thanks for putting me and another person down for no reason at all. I also apologize that I cannot give you the information you are seeking and was explaining why—not insulting.
It is the law of diminishing returns and it is a fact of life, not an insult. Why would you post this when I said right in the review that I did the program as recommended? Did you even read the review? Are you trolling my blog? I read your review carefully and it does not explicitly state that you completed the Metashred workout in at least 21 days as recommended.
However, how as your physical results from completing the program? But that is not a negative for any program. Those amazing result testimonials you see are from people who are starting in a completely different place physically than I am. I do programs to vary my training and keep things interesting. Looking for amazing results.
I am in shape and not overweight. However, the fact that I do workout regularly and do a lot of programs means I can give a valid opinion on how good a program is.
That is the point of the reviews. I posted that review over a year ago. Thanks for responding.
How does this program compare to Ript90? Since they are both metabolic weights given one or the other which would you chose? Last, which one will asset my Martial Arts practice 2 days 30 minutes to maintain only. Sorry it has taken me so long to reply—I have been out of town for the past week. They both do the job—but in my opinion, MetaShred 21 is more of a metabolic fat burning program. RIPT90 definitely does that too, but due to the muscle split workouts, you spend a lot more time focusing on isolation exercises.
MetaShred 21 focuses primarily on compound exercises and total body workouts. In short, they are both metabolic and will both build muscle, but RIPT90 is leaned more toward the muscle building. Thanks for such a thorough review. No question. Just showing my appreciation. Actually, I do have a question. The unusual payment schedule gives me pause. I have no idea. I loved the system. My husband already pre-ordered Meta Shred Extreme for me for my birthday! I am about to finish my first week of 21 day meta shred, I like the workouts so far, I am just wondering what you think of training only 3 days per week.
Well, I know 3 days a week is the minimum recommendation for working out. And as for strength training, 3 days a week is a good number. However, I personally workout every day. I work a sedentary job, so it is important for me to exercise daily. I strength train days a week and do cardio the remaining days.
I also do yoga on Sundays. Hi, How many cycles of MetaShred have you completed? How much weight did you lose after your first cycle?
Thank you. I have only done it as a program once so one cycle but I have returned to the workouts many times and still do. I lost no weight.
But that is not why I work out. I did not do Meta Shred with the intent to lose weight. If you are looking to lose weight, Meta Shred is a great system for that because the workouts are very metabolic, but you also have to do the work in the kitchen. Hi, thanks for your thorough review. Can I ask what you mean when you say you used these as doubles workouts? Do you think I could do this program at that frequency?
Hi Michelle, a doubles workout is a second workout of the day. I workout for an hour every morning then, when I come home from work in the afternoon, I do a second workout that is usually minutes long. So yes, I think you can do these every day! So I work out every day, twice a day. Now when I do these workouts I sometimes do them every single day as doubles workouts so 5 a week.
I also have plans to put them together to make an hour long workout for my morning workout. Some of them I think would work really well together.
I also do Jillian Michaels workouts this way. When I do her workouts, I almost always do them after work as doubles workouts. Get it? For 3 weeks. And how about Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday? Are they just rest days?
Is HIIT ok to do too during those in between days? Of course monitor how your body feels because if you are doing HIIT at a very intense level, then 2 times a week may be plenty. Then the 7th day could be a rest or yoga day. I just bought Metashred and did the first workout this morning. Pretty intense and I had to take a couple of 1 minute breaks to finish without totally breaking form on the exercises.
My question is.
Do you think it is appropriate to do more strength exercise on the days I do this workout i. Your overview was great—I like being able to read and view the workouts in advance of doing them to prepare. I personally think it is appropriate. When I was doing Meta Shred I did it as an second workout of the day in the afternoon.
In the morning I did my serious strength training. The only two I felt that I probably should give my muscles some recovery time after were 5 Thermogenic Tempo training and 9 Bodybuilder Burnouts. My second run through Meta Shred I planned my workouts better so I had a day of recovery after those two.
Do you have any idea how I could get hold of this here in the UK. Any help would be greatly appreciated! If I were you, I would just keep checking ebay and Amazon. How do you like this as compared to the Anarchy. I can still challenge myself with the Anarchy workouts but would also like to find a new routine or two. They are both great programs, but I definitely like Meta Shred the most. I also think it would work really well in conjunction with Anarchy. But yes, I think it would be a step up—particularly if you are doing the advanced versions of the exercises in Meta Shred.
What a quick response. I like you have been lured by the ads and think I have finally landed on this one as my next program. Thanks again! So funny how you say marketing won! I just ordered Anarchy and 10 minute torchers based on your reviews, so I guess I am just as bad.
Hi Loretta, I have not heard of the 60 Day Transformation. I honestly do not remember why either. Have you looked into them or done them?
What are your thoughts? After doing Meta Shred I want it. But I am trying to stop buying workout DVDs for a while. But it is hard. But when I do—I am buying Delta Fit!
Hi again: Here is the FAQ for the 60 day program: Now, of course, I need to look up the other one that you mentioned and add it to my list! You are a bad influence!! Where do you find all these programs? Looks interesting! That may go on my wish list! I find programs and workout ideas by perusing fitness forums.
I need to stop visiting them both because I need to stop buying workout DVDs for a while. I own way too many and now I subscribe to Cathe Live and do that frequently. I just keep a wishlist on Amazon to keep track of what I want.
Unfortunately I still have workouts I have purchased and not done yet. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Dumbbell swing. Taking longer to lift and lower the weight—or simply pausing at certain points during the lift—is a time-tested, old-school bodybuilding secret that works different fibers, increases the time your muscles spend under load, and can help you pack on mounds of lean muscle.
Pick three exercises below. Perform them as a circuit with 60 seconds of work and 60 seconds of rest. Complete 5 circuits. Each circuit, take 3 seconds to lower or raise the weight or hold the midpoint of the move.
Dead-stop pushup Goblet squat Hip thrust Bulgarian split squat Dumbbell row. In a typical 3-sets-of workout, your muscles spend only about 90 seconds under load.
Which means your muscles spend significantly more time actually working, triggering renewed fat loss and muscle gains. Pick an exercise below and do as many reps as you can in 5 minutes. For weighted moves, use a weight you can lift about 20 times in a regular set.
Then pick another exercise and repeat; do as many moves as you like. Dead-stop pushup Goblet squat Bear crawl Bulgarian split squat Dumbbell swing. Do the first exercise in the pair for 30 seconds; rest 15 seconds. Do the second exercise for a minute; rest 15 seconds. Complete 4 rounds and then do the remaining pairs the same way. It has nine minute workouts that strip away fat and reveal hard muscle. Dead-Stop Pushup Assume a pushup position with your feet together, your body straight, and your hands below but slightly wider than your shoulders.
Lower your body all the way to the floor. Lift your hands, pause, and then place them back on the floor and push up explosively. Goblet Squat Hold a dumbbell in front of your chest, cupping the top end with both hands. Push your hips back and bend your knees, performing a squat.
Pause; then push back up. Bear Crawl Assume a pushup position and then walk your feet forward until your hips and knees are both bent 90 degrees. This is the starting position. Repeat with your right hand and left foot. Keep crawling forward. Hip Thrust Place your upper back against a box or bench with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
Return to the starting position and repeat. Bulgarian Split Squat Stand with your back to a bench or box. Place the top of your right foot on the bench. Keeping your torso upright, bend your left knee and lower your body until your left leg is bent at least 90 degrees; raise your arms as you lower.
Push your body back to the start. Skater Hop Stand on your right foot with your right knee slightly bent and your left foot just off the floor. Lower your body and then bound to your left by jumping off your right leg.
Land on your left foot and cross your right foot behind you. Now reverse the move and continue hopping side to side. Dumbbell Swing Hold a dumbbell handle with both hands. Bend at the waist, push your hips back, and lower your torso, swinging the dumbbell between your legs.