30 Days of Gravity program review

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    30 Days of Gravity program review

    This is the second 30 day program that I’ve completed, and I chose it because it had a minimum of lower body impact training,important as I’ve been recovering from a sprained ankle injury for the last seven weeks.
    I used 25lb dumbbells on the substitute days in the program.

    Overall it’s a solid program for getting muscle tone and endurance. Some of the days are deceptively challenging,especially the endurance ones on the later days.

    I feel like I’ve maintained upper body strength though it’s not as big on the gains as I saw in “Ironborn”,though that’s to be expected.
    I recommend this for someone who is pressed for time,wants strength and tone without anything too extreme.


    #2
    Thank you for writing this review. I have considered this program but the push up part really holds me back. You make me more want to take it now. I might give it a try after finishing my current one, which is Totals, if my knee is ready for it by then.

    But I usually like some cardio to improve my cardiovascular fitness, and I have never done a strength program in Darebee.

    I saw you wrote a review for Ironborn, too, how nice of you

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      #3
      The push-up part really is not that big, kandy. It's "only" three sets to failure every four days or so. Try it out, it's a good program. Starts easy and gets really hard at the end (at least for me).

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        #4
        kandy Glad you liked the review! It's definitely worth trying and as Nihopaloa says, it does start pretty easy and gets tough at the end.
        Now I have to choose another program! I might have another go at "Hero's Journey"....I only did 18 days of that before my injury,but that one made me feel really strong and trim. I'm leaning to that, "Cardio Blast" or maybe "Fighters Codex". I'm not very good at flexibility or endurance exercises,much better at strength and sprints...maybe one of the HIIT programs could be good next.

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          #5
          Hero's Journey is definitely on my list. I did Cardio Blast. It really increased my running/ sprinting speed! Like by the time I finished I didn't even need to tell the body to move once I started to run. The feet did the rest for me. I think the speed and the endurance really come from the high knees.

          I did 30 days of HIIT afterwards, pretty nice. It was not as hard as I thought.

          I will most likely do 90 days of action after the current one, but I might change my mind by the time I finish.

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