Hi Gobias, interesting, I didn't know that now they only offer it digital. When I purchased the program it was available on DVDs and it came with everything - schedule, workout cards, etc. It seems like it is no longer available with all of those extra goodies. The program is a mix of both - muscle building and cardio. I would pay the $90 if it came with DVDs, workout cards, etc. but not for just a digital version, that's expensive in my world. I'm also old-school and like hard copies of everything including DVDs.Thank you both for your reply.
Gibee: what do you mean you feel the women's program seems flat? I have mixed feelings about programs geared towards one gender. As a "plus", I feel women's programs won't have so many push-up variations (plyo, one handed, boot camp, feet on ball, etc) and pull-ups (both of which I can do, but minimally and I don't enjoy modifying the entire workout.) Also...less testosterone grunting and chest bumping. As a "negative", sometimes I feel women's programs go too light and too high rep to build muscle. Again, I don't want to modify the entire program. I would like your explanation on why you feel it may be flat, since I am trying to figure which Athlean X program would be best for me.
Workout: Was AthleanXX geared for muscle building or toning or cardio or a mix? Is it fairly easy to follow? I am old-school and like hard copies of everything and physical DVDs and like to plan my rotations and jot down notes. I see these programs are all digital and I want to make sure there are work-out cards I can print off and easily follow. I can't get a clear answer on that. Did you see good results?
As a comparison, my all time favorite rotations where I see the most results are Cathe STS & Body Beast with Sagi. (Even though Body Beast is geared towards men, IMO, it needs minimal modifications for me.)
I am going to check out John Rusin - never heard of him and only heard of Jeff C a few days ago.