When I was offered this review opportunity, I was a bit skeptical. Like always.
Like Tasha over at Hip Healthy Chick, I was like “I can totally do a couple of squats and some jumping jacks. I totally can do this.”
So I opened up the app to take a look. There’s a lot more involved than just jumping jacks and squats. FOR. SURE.
I figured at my pace, I cannot outrun many people. Unless we are talking about Chuck, and that’s only because my legs are longer than hers and after a bit, she just wants me to carry her. I assumed that any of my opponents would not have that same issue.
Uh, yeah. So I started with a full body workout. I challenged a random person, because I absolutely did not want to embarrass myself with someone I already knew. I am intensely competitive and really do not like losing. Which is a great thing! And a terrible thing all at once.
They have each workout outlined, before you jump in. Which was my favorite part. My other favorite was, in case you didn’t have the brainpower after an 8 hour day in the office to remember what a rope pull down was, there are directions broken down for each movement as well.
I do not have a proper #sweatyselfie for after this workout. But it is safe to say that the guy next to me on the machines at the gym may have herniated himself laughing at my super red face and my flailing through the pul downs and my almost-face-plant into the floor trying to power through the last plank.
This is no joke, man. And this is the beginning level.
BUT. If I can do this, you are all over it like hot fudge on a sundae. YOU CAN DO THIS.
And you totally should.
This post is was sponsored by The Fitness Games through their partnership with FitApproach. I was not compensated monetarily, but was provided the Platinum version of the application for review. As always, all opinions are my own.