The Bodyweight Bundle is a package of 37 at home bodyweight resources bundled together featuring the works of 37 of the world’s top bodyweight experts. This bundle is organized by Todd Kuslikis, author of Body Weight Overload.
Lets take a look at some pros and cons of this bundle:
Pro: Save Massive Amounts of Cash
The #1 pro here is that this package deal will save you hundreds of dollars. All the products offered combined have a retail price of $1,113.27. But, with this package you get them for $37.
Now, the question is…why do I need all these products?
37 products. That’s a LOT of information. I mean, how many different ways can you be told to do a pushup, right?
Well, let’s explore this a little bit. This package is broken down into the following sections:
- Body Weight Muscle Building/Strength e-Books (8 products)
- Body Weight Fat Loss e-Books (6 products)
- Body Weight Play/Tricks e-Books (4 products)
- Body Weight Workout Videos/e-Books (10 products)
- Body Weight Nutrition/Recipe e-Books (5 products)
- Body Weight Rehab/Warm Up/Stretching (4 products)
So, let’s assume that your primary goal is fat loss. You grab the bundle and start off with Jason Klein’s Lean Body Revolution ($47). This is a great, comprehensive bodyweight program, which even includes a lean body meal builder to help you out with your nutrition.
But suppose you want a boost in your diet, a bit more variety. Well, the package provides a few great options including Primal Smoothies ($9.99), Fat Burning Breakfast Recipes ($12), and 21 Day Real Food Meal Plan ($11).
Once you’ve gone through Lean Body Revolution, which is a great, basic all around training program, but it doesn’t last forever. You’re going to want something higher intensity. Something else to kick it up a notch. Well, you can choose from the Beastmode Body Weight program from Funk Roberts ($27), or the Boxing Bodyweight Program ($19.95), or even Bodyweight Accelerators 2.0 ($29.95).
Con: Dangerous for Program Jumpers
This type of package deal is actually a terrible idea for those that are consistently inconsistent, meaning that you constantly jump from program to program. These resources are just that: resources. They are tools to achieve an end, not the end themselves.
The only way you’ll be successful with ANY training and diet program is if you stick to it. So if you can’t stick to a program for at least 4 weeks before moving onto the next one, then…Bodyweight Bundle 2.0 is not for you.
So, should you buy?
Depends on you.
I would say go for it, but then again, I’m a bodyweight and program junkie. The only thing I can say to help your decision is this: go through each of the programs. If at least 5 of the programs peak your interest, then it’s worth the cash.