by Amanda MacMillan
I know. 35 minutes? 30 cents? It sounds crazy, but it's true. If you've ever been the type to watch fitness vids online, you're probably familiar with BeFit, a super-popular YouTube channel featuring free home workouts for all fitness levels. But if you don't like watching workouts on your tiny computer screen -- or you don't always have an Internet connection available -- you'll love the newest offering from BeFit: a three-month program featuring daily 35-minute workouts, available for digital download today and on DVD September 3.
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The new package, called BeFiT in 90, features three DVDs (one for each month) -- each with 30 days' worth of mixed-and-matched workouts.
What you won't get in this program is 90 completely different workouts for every single day. Rather, you get 90 days of different combinations of routines (which includes rest days!) -- 225 minutes of content over all three months, total: Month 2 workouts, for example, may include segments for "Sculpted Abs and Arms," "MMA Conditioning," "Ripped Back and Shoulders," or "Elite Yoga" -- and we really dig the variation. As we know, it's all about muscle confusion!
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Fitness pros Samantha Clayton and Garret Amerine, both BeFit YouTube veterans, lead the program, and they offer modifications for folks of all different fitness levels. (If you're already in killer shape, however, you may find the Month 1 a bit too easy on its own.) Of course, to have these workouts at your own convenience -- playing on your TV without the use of a streaming service -- does come at a cost: It's $29.99 for the 90-day system, plus a workout calendar and nutrition planner to keep yourself on track. For fans of BeFit's online workouts, or of home DVD workouts in general, it's a small price to pay (only 30 cents a day!!) for a program with a lot of promise.
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by Amanda MacMillan