I am a huge fan of P90X and Insanity. The workouts are legit, intense, and can be completed several times. However, Beachbody is proving they have devolved into a stereotypical, multi-level marketing purveyor of snake oil with its latest product - Ultimate Reset.
Our bodies are designed to organically and naturally detoxify - that's why we have certain organs. I've seen where Beachbody coaches have begun to pimp this new plan as well. "I've lost 17 pounds and have never felt better." Isn't that really an indictment against the other snake oil product, Shakeology? If a Beachbody coach is holding fast to P90X or Insanity and eating correctly wouldn't they be in shape and not need to lose 17 pounds? Why push an unnecessary product?
I've totally lost any and all respect for Beachbody and Product Partners, LLC. Their goal is to make money at the expense of a gullible and ignorant populace that truly desires to live a healthy life. People have bought into to the lie that supplements are the answer when they are most definitely not. The entire staff of Beachbody from Carl Daikeler down to the newest MLM coach should be ashamed.
People, the answer is simple. Eliminate processed foods from your diet. Eat as many vegetables (fresh, frozen, organic and non-organic) as you want. Eat a variety of fresh or frozen fruit. Stop shying away from beans, nuts and seeds - eat them, baby!
Exercise is vital. Start moving on a daily basis. Yes, I love P90X and Insanity. Since I am so PISSED at the underhanded way Beachbody is attempting to separate you from your money I no longer recommend purchasing P90X or Insanity from Beachbody. Find a used copy on eBay. Or begin to walk, jog, or run. Do push ups, pull ups and dips. Do playground exercies such as jumping jacks and skipping rope. Anything is better than nothing! There are plenty of free workouts on You Tube.
Time to kick unscrupulous companies like Beachbody to curb. They are not as concerned about ending the trend of obesity as they are lining the wallets of the owners of the company. Nothing wrong with making a profit but when a company begins to sell lies then the line is crossed.