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Beachbody Streaming Workouts

UPDATE: Beachbody On Demand is available NOW and FREE to try out for 30 days!

Our Beachbody workouts are about to get a whole lot more exciting.  Why you might ask? Well, starting in the spring of 2015 you will now be able to stream workouts like

  • P90X
  • P90X2
  • P90X3
  • Insanity
  • 10 Minute Trainer
  • ChaLean Extreme
  • Hip Hop Abs
  • Insanity: Asylum
  • Insanity: Asylum Volume 2
  • TurboFire
  • RevAbs
  • Slim in 6
  • Rockin’ Body
  • Turbo Jam
  • Power 90
  • Yoga Booty Ballet
  • Tai Cheng
  • Brazil Butt Lift
  • 12 P90X One on One workouts(like 30-15 Upper Body Massacre, Bun Shaper, Killer Abs, Super Cardio etc) and many others. (Volume 1 and 2)
  • Plus you will be able to sample the some other programs like 21 Day Fix, 21 Day Fix Extreme, Piyo, Body Beast, Insanity Max:30, P90, Slim in 6 and Focus T25.
  • And many others.

That’s over $3100 in workouts and you get access to them all for $2.99 a week. WOW, what a deal!   All you have to do is be a Team Beachbody Club member and you will have access to all of these workouts via your mobile devices, phone, tablet, laptop etc.

It looks like March 2015 is the target date for the launch of this streaming product. Beachbody On Demand is available NOW! It will be tested by our coaches in January and February to make sure it is running smoothly before it will be released to the masses.

You might be wondering what is a Team Beachbody Club Membership?

The Team Beachbody Club helps members reach their health and fitness goals 3 times faster than non-members. When you’re part of the Team Beachbody community, you have all of the tools, support and accountability you need to commit to a healthy lifestyle.

Club membership gives access to awesome discounts, personalized meal plans, VIP access to celebrity trainers and Beachbody experts, me for guidance and support, and so much more! But starting now, you’ll get all of this PLUS unlimited access to hundreds of workouts in our digital library via Beachbody On Demand. And it gets even better, each month we’ll be adding new workouts as well as sneak peeks and exclusive access to new programs. If you haven’t signed up yet, it’s time to join the Club, and it’s all yours for only $2.99 USD a week!

Yes, I know what you are thinking. What a deal!!! $2.99 a week and I get access to all of these workouts? That’s over $1000 dollars worth of workouts at your fingertips. Take your tablet to your gym and do your workouts there or anywhere for that matter. On vacation? No problem, you can stream your works there too. Plus you will be able to try multiple workouts that you might not have purchased.

Check out this video below.

General Questions

Q. Will the price of the Club membership increase?

A. The price is not increasing in Spring 2015, but may increase in the future.

Q. Will a customer need to buy the fitness program to stream?

A. No. Programs inside the digital library come with paid membership.

Q. Will streaming workouts be available on Beachbody.com too?

A. No. They are exclusive to TeamBeachbody Club members.

Q. Will Club members be able to stream workouts internationally?

A. Yes. They can stream abroad with a valid internet connection.

Q. Will free members have access to stream workouts?

A. No, but they can upgrade to paid Club membership easily. CLICK HERE to upgrade.

Q. Will there be an extra cost per workout watched?

A. No. Unlimited access will be included in Club membership at no extra cost.

Q. Will the workouts be closed-captioned?

A. No, not at this time

Q. What languages will workouts be available in?

A. All videos will be in English at this time.

Q. Will the videos be available to stream in HD?

A. Yes, as long as the computer/device supports HD.

Q. Must the nutrition & program guides be purchased separately?

A. No.  The guides will be available to view & download for each program on the
Beachbody On Demand web page

Q. Will an IOS or Android App be available?

A. No. Workouts will play on mobile devices via a browser.

Q. Will the workouts be available on ITunes, Amazon Prime etc.?

A. No. They will only be available to Club members on TeamBeachbody.com.

Q. Will the workouts be available to download and watch offline?

A. No. An internet connection will be required to stream workouts.

Q. Will Flash Player be required to play a workout?

A. No. Flash will not be required to play a workout.

If you are ready to get started with your Club Membership today just CLICK HERE to get started.

And if you would like to get started with a free membership for now and upgrade when the streaming is available then you can CLICK HERE for your free account. You will still have access to tons of features on out Team Beachbody site.

Insanity: The Asylum Review

Insanity Asylum Insanity: The Asylum review.  Well I just finished up my 30 days with Insanity: The Asylum with Shaun T and I want to put my thoughts down in writing about this awesome work out program before I have the chance to forget anything.  First off, I want to say that I really have never done any work outs like Asylum before.  I did Shaun T’s Insanity and Insanity prepared me for Asylum but it was still tough.  This was the first time I have ever used an agility ladder or resistance bands and let me tell you, it was challenging and a lot of fun.  Imagine having resistance bands around your ankles and wrists. Now get in a plank position, jump up and do sort of a plyo push up while spreading your legs and arms with the bands around them.  Tough move and very challenging but that is what I purchased Asylum.

First off I want to say that if this is your first work out program then Asylum is not the place to start. You will get frustrated and be risking injury.  Now that I have that out of the way, if you have just completed P90X or Insanity or are already in great shape then Asylum will make you better. If you play any kind of sport Asylum will make you better.  If it doesn’t, send it back and get your money back. (Really!)  If you like extreme cardio with resistance then you will like Insanity: The Asylum.  One of the things that I really like about Asylum is that this was pretty much a whole new set of moves for me.  I have done P90X, Insanity, RevAbs and some P90X One on Ones but this Asylum was totally new.

You will work work every muscle in your body while doing Asylum. Prior to doing Asylum I was doing and Insanity, P90X and P90X One on One hybrid and when I started Asylum I was still sore.  It really hit some new muscles and worked them in a very different way. If you want to get better do something you haven’t done before.  I am partial to P90X but I still liked Asylum. Asylum was the perfect length at 30 days and now I can do an Asylum/P90X hybrid.  Personally, I do not like 6 days of extreme cardio but when I mix it in with P90X I think it will be perfect.

I am going to take a 3 day rest before I start the P90X/Asylum hybrid but I wanted to do something short today so I did P90X Ab Ripper X.  I could not believe how easy it was.  I thought for sure that it was going to be a little harder considering that I haven’t done it in a month. Boy was I wrong.  This just tells me that Asylum really worked my core and I can feel it too. I definitely feel stronger in my core.  My jumps are longer, my stamina is better, my agility is better and I know I accomplished something that the masses simply will not be able to do. So I guess I am chalking one up in the win column for me. If you are looking to take your fitness and agility to the next level then Asylum is for you.

Are you ready to enter the ASYLUM?  Buy Insanity: The Asylum

Insanity: The Asylum Game Day

Ok, so the only work out I haven’t talked about yet in Insanity: The Asylum is Game Day.  Let me just say that Shaun T really did put together a killer program but Game Day is the icing on the cake. PHEEWWWWWW!!!!  Tough, Tough, Tough.  A little basketball, speed skating, wrestling, surfing (yep surfing), swimming, baseball, swimming, running, sprinting, jumping and I am sure I am missing something but this is an awesome 60 minute work out.  If you are not tired after this then you must be super human. (LOL)  Let me tell you this, if you have done Insanity and P90X you will still be in for a surprise with all of the Asylum work outs especially Game Day.  They are tough and different and I don’t know about you but I like different, as it is fun to mix things up.

Asylum comes with a hybrid work out of Asylum/P90X and Asylum/Insanity and I am looking forward to doing the Asylum/P90X hybrid when I am finished with this 30 days of Insanity: The Asylum.  I am liking this Asylum but I am missing my resistance P90X work outs.  I don’t think I would have enough energy if I tried to complete a P90X work out before doing Asylum.

Once again, if you play any kind of sport Asylum will take you to that next level and make you better. If you are looking for an awesome preseason work out then look no further, but be ready because these work outs will test you. Are you ready to enter The Asylum???

Insanity: The Asylum Day 4 Vertical Plyo

Insanity Asylum Vertical PlyoOk, day 4 with Shaun T and Insanity: The Asylum is Vertical Plyo. Yep, you guessed it. Jumping and more jumping. Insanity had me prepared for this work out but it was still super tough.  I think this is the work out that made my shins sore but I can’t be positive because it also could have been any of the previous work outs. Shaun T really out did himself this time with this Asylum work out.  I will say it again, it is tough and it is different and Asylum is not the place to start if you are just beginning.  Asylum is definitely one of those work outs that you have to work your way up to.

Do you like jumping rope?  How about jumping rope on one leg? Well you better get used to it because that is just some of what you will get with Vertical Plyo in the Asylum.  How about push ups with your bands around your hands and legs and then you have to spread both during the push up? Yes, Asylum is tough but it will make you better.  If you play any sport I would highly recommend this work out.  I can almost guarantee you will see a benefit and if you don’t just send it back. (That’s how confident Beachbody is.)

Insanity: The Asylum Day 3 Back to Core

Insanity: The Asylum day three is Back to Core.  I don’t even know where to begin to describe this work out. Sounds like it was going to be kind of a break. WRONG!  My poor hamstrings were already sore from the Strength work out yesterday and now I have to work them again.  Not super hard work on the hamstrings but just enough to let me know that they were sore.  Practically every move in Back to Core was new to me.  It is always fun to do stuff you haven’t done before.  Once again, very challenging!!  I am not sure where Shaun T gets these moves from but they are definitely effective.  I was definitely surprised when I woke up with sore hamstrings.  Prior to this I have been doing a hybrid mix of Insanity and P90X and I thought I was pretty much prepared for Insanity: The Asylum.  Well, I guess I am pretty much prepared, but these work outs are just a step up from the Insanity work outs.  If you have done Insanity you might be thinking “no way”, how can they be harder than Insanity?  Well, let’s just say they are different and work multiple muscle groups with each exercise.  I know it is only day 3 but I can already tell this is going to be a productive 30 days.

I love the fact that Asylum is 30 days, I love the fact that it comes with a P90X/Asylum hybrid schedule (And Insanity/Asylum hybrid schedule) and I love the fact that so far Asylum has been very challenging.  I am pretty sure I am in for more of a challenge tomorrow with Vertical Plyo. I’ll see you tomorrow.

Insanity: The Asylum Day 2 Strength

Insanity The Asylum Strength

Insanity: The Asylum day two is Strength. All I can say is wow!  What a great work out. I would kind of compare it to an Insanity work out but with some resistance in the form of some dumbbells.  Love it!  You are doing push ups, pull ups, curls some plyo jumps but every movement was pretty much a complex movement.  Meaning it was not just a curl.  It’s a curl with a jump and an over head press and then a jump.  A pull up and then a push up, then two pull ups and two push ups and so on. Every move is pretty much using multiple muscle groups and I really like this.  It is good to isolate muscles too but it is also nice to mix it up. It is only day two but these work out have been challenging and fun.

These work outs are definitely not something that I am used to so I know I will be stronger and more durable and the end of this 30 days. The Asylum/P90X hybrid schedule looks pretty good too so I might give that a whirl at the end of this 30 days with Shaun T and Asylum.

Is it hard?  Yep, sure is but I like to challenge myself.  This is the only way you will continue to get better.  Push yourself to new highs. Set new goals and keep moving forward. Tomorrow is the Back to Core work out so I am sure I will be in for some more fun filled surprises.  I’ll keep you posted.

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