Mark Lauren | You Are Your Own Gym | Bodyweight Workout Exercise DVD Set

Based on the international bestselling book You Are Your Own Gym; The Bible of Bodyweight Exercises. Using nothing but your own body, elite Special Operations trainer Mark Lauren, has created short, convenient calisthenics workouts that simultaneously build strength and endurance while giving you a lasting fat burning boost. This 3 DVD fitness system progresses through three levels of difficulty- Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced- with three total-body workouts each. Making use of systematic changes to training intensity and volume, this program will keep you challenged at just the right level, ensuring you the best body of your life, injury free. Let Mark Lauren teach you how to use the most advanced fitness machine ever created- your own body! Use the body you have to build the body you want.

Product Features

  • NOVICE / INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED WORKOUTS
  • 3 DISCS- 9 FAST PACED TOTAL-BODY WORKOUTS
  • 10 – 20 MINUTES, THREE DAYS A WEEK
  • FAT BURNING, STRENGTH BUILDING, INJURY PREVENTING
  • No EQUIPMENT NEEDED

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2 Responses to Mark Lauren | You Are Your Own Gym | Bodyweight Workout Exercise DVD Set

  1. Anonymous says:

    HATE IT! But best ever…. I’ll start by saying I’m a fairly fit woman at 68. I work out every day — yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, P90x3 (Yoga, Pilates, Isometrix, and Dynametrix), t-25, I ski, and hike, etc. — but still I have a little flab around the middle and I’m not as strong as I want to be. I have an extensive DVD library of workouts because I need to have an EXCUSE proof routine — no excuses about getting to the gym, etc.I decided to give EFX Postural a try, because once you start to slouch, people can…

  2. Anonymous says:

    EFX is revolutionary and it works. Before writing this review I used the program for two months. I am fifty six and was determined to get back into shape and was looking for something different. I have always been physically active and was not in “bad” shape but had not really done anything significant or consistent for many years either, so I was in worse shape than I appeared to be at six foot and two hundred pounds. After nine years in the Army and twenty years in the construction trades the biggest problem I have,…

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