Review of Tyler Bramlett’s Bodyweight Flow – Pros & Cons

Tyler Bramlett A.K.A. Garage Warrior is an exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle coach who has taught people how to look and perform their best for over a decade.

Before becoming a trainer, Tyler himself was 40lbs overweight. A car accident left him a bad knee. After knee surgery, Tyler was unable to perform the exercises that he previously could.

This made Tyler realize that much of what he read in fitness magazines did not work for the average person. It was then that he began using bodyweight exercises to not only rehabilitate himself but to also get into shape.

Although he still uses other forms of training, he understands that typical gym workouts and exercises may not always work for the average person not looking to bear it all on the bodybuilding stage.

What is Bodyweight Flow?

Bodyweight Flow is a fun and challenging way of training that based on 2-3 minute yoga routines. If you’ve ever done a yoga workout, you realize just how difficult it is.

I’ve tried yoga in the past and found two major issues:

  • First, I didn’t like the spirituality component. No disrespect to any religion, but I have no interest in listening to spiritual music and chanting “ohm” while exercising (my parents are hindu and I grew up hindu.) Let’s keep exercise and religion separate.
  • Second, most classes are not really built for big people. I found myself falling all over the place, and was scared I was going to fall and hurt the person next to me. Yoga is great for people who already have some level of flexibility and experience.

Tyler Bramlett’s program is different because:

  • The workouts can be done first thing in the morning as part of a morning routine. For those that have been reading my blog regularly, you know I’m a huge fan of morning routines and am constantly looking for ways to optimize and win my mornings.
  • The workouts can be done anywhere. You do not even need a pullup bar.  It is preferred that you use a yoga mat, but even that is not necessary. You just need a comfortable space and your body.
  • Bodyweight Flow can be used as part  of a warmup or cooldown. I personally hate warming up and stretching, but bodyweight flow makes it fun to stretch out your entire body. In this sense, it’s also a tool to help you prevent injury and prime your body for a solid workout.

If you’re ready to enhance your workouts and say good bye to those aches and pains caused by high intensity training, then download the Bodyweight Flow system today! (Click Here).

Pros of Bodyweight Flow

#1 – The workouts are organized into upper body, lower body, and full body workouts. This means that if you’re training your upper body that day, then you can use an upper body routine to stretch out your upper body, etc.

#2 – Bodyweight Flow, once again, is a fun way to stretch out your entire body. If you’re someone who hates stretching and typical warmup routines, then this is the program for you.

#3 – Makes for a great pre-workout routine. It can be used as a warmup or as a way to prime your body for an intense workout. Those that engage in intense workouts often find themselves overuse injuries. Bodyweight Flow can help prevent such injuries.

#4 – Tyler Bramlett’s plan can be used with nearly any other kind of workout. In fact, it’s a plug and play option, and is more a workout enhancer than a full training program. Tyler essentially found something missing from most workouts, and has created the perfect 2-3 minute to resolve that issue.

Cons of Bodyweight Flow

If you’re looking for a full workout program, then Bodyweight Flow is not for you. This is a plan to enhance a program you are already using. The following workouts may be a better option for you:

Who should use Bodyweight Cardio 500?

If any one of the following describes you, then you should absolutely definitely order Bodyweight Flow now:

  • You’re a beginner looking to incorporate yoga into your fitness plan.
  • You’re in love with Tyler’s previous workout plans
  • You’re someone who loves intense workouts, but are looking for a good recovery component.
  • You’re super busy and need short, 2-3 minute workouts.
  • You feel that your current plan is leaving you with overuse injuries.
  • You’ve already incorporated bodyweight training into your workouts and are looking for a way to enhance your results.
  • You’re someone who has very little time on their hands
  • You’re looking for enhanced results.

If you’re ready to enhance your workouts and say good bye to those aches and pains caused by high intensity training, then download the Bodyweight Flow system today! (Click Here).

How will Bodyweight Flow help you burn fat?

Progress is often halted amongst people who engage in super intense workouts. Since this site is all about intense workouts, you’re most  likely someone who fits this bill. Intense workouts are great, but if you don’t have a recovery component – your workouts can lead to injuries that can cause some intense pain, halting progress.

That’s where Bodyweight Flow comes in. Although it doesn’t help burn fat directly, it does take care of recovery component so that your regular workouts become more effective.

Some may experience an increase in their heart rate, which certainly will help increase your metabolism. A morning routine to get your blood flowing can only help you, not hurt you.

However, to say that Bodyweight Flow absolutely helps you burn fat is not something I can easily put my faith behind. You will need to perform some intense program at least twice per week to really see results.

For those that are super body or are complete beginner, you can certainly use Bodyweight Flow as a way to maintain or get started with fat loss. Once again, however, you will certainly need a more complete program.

If you’re ready to enhance your workouts and say good bye to those aches and pains caused by high intensity training, then download the Bodyweight Flow system today! (Click Here).