RevAbs Day 45 Phase 1 review

I have officially finished Phase One of RevAbs.

I can’t believe it went by so fast now that I look back at it. I knew that at points during every week that I dreaded doing the workouts. I knew that they were really repetitive and I am now happy that I was able to finish Phase One. Looking back at how the workouts have been, I can say that each one of them were tough in their own way. There were times that I would take it easy and time that I would go hard or what Brett would say, “Rev It High.”

Each one of his workouts, you would say the anthem, “Rev it high, Rev it low, I’m strong committed, ready to go.” I would repeat every now and then and I can say that it is in the back of my mind and knowing that the workout is easy and tough in many ways.

The Total Strength workout is probably the longest and is tough. You do lunges, squats, and pushups. You get a really good workout on the shoulders and legs. All the lunges and the squats really put in a lot of work on the legs. You want to be careful about your form on the lunges and squats and not to have your knee go over your toes because it will put more pressure on your knees and could lead to some problems.

Mercy Abs is also a good workout with only 3 moves but they are tough for some reason. Crunches, Bencao kicks and two alternate moves done in the second and third round. I remember the first time I did this workout and I almost cramped on the second round doing crunches. Now I can finish all the crunches. The last two moves that are added in the second and spice round are tough but sometimes I can make it through and sometimes it is tough.

The Fire Up Your Abs workout is not so bad. It is killer on the core and abs though. I remember the first week. The exercises are plank, cobra, side plank, dumbbell jackknife, and striders. I hated plank the first week. I couldn’t do each of the rounds entirely and had to take breaks during the exercise. The spice round he adds so new twists to make it a little tougher and they are.

The Power Intervals workout is pretty simple. Its lunges, crossovers and squat thrusts. The first two rounds are simple and the spice round gets tough. Only because I try to keep up with the man in the red zone. There is a good burn in the shoulders from the lunges and the spice round gets tougher with the shoulder press.

At the end of the 45 days, I was down 13 pounds and 3 inches in my waist. I look forward to the last 45 days. I am on a break till Monday but here are my results from the first 45 days.





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3 Responses to “RevAbs Day 45 Phase 1 review”

  1. DarenGMcDougal says:

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  3. Brian says:

    Great transformation. A glimpse on the pic of the new you inspire me more to get on with my workouts. I’m just on my second month of exercise, shed off some pounds but not that much yet. Thanks for the share.

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