22 Minute Hard Corps is a new amazing Tony Horton program that takes it cue from military boot-camp training. It has a military feel and approach with its intense approach. Here’s what you need to know about this awesome program.
The program focuses on military style exercises over an eight-week period, for 22 minutes a day. Tony steps up his cardio in this one, and brings in targeted resistance moves to tone your muscles. It is a series of nine different workouts with a focus on Core, Cardio and Resistance training. There is a modifier in the group so anyone just starting out can follow that person before stepping it up and doing the more difficult moves. 22 Minute Hard Corps includes 3 sets of extra deluxe workouts referred to as Spec Ops. Its high-energy HIIT workout set in beautiful locations, one of which is the deck of an aircraft carrier.
You may wonder how anyone can get results in a mere 22-minute’s day. On the surface, it does seem a bit impossible as most programs have a longer run time. Tony tosses out the warm up in favor of a “cold start” to get your workout going. Each routine, each rep draws from scientifically based physiology to help you sculpt and tone your muscles while whittling away your waistline. You will start with Cardio 1, which is a 7-move workout designed to get your heart rate up from the get-go. Cardio 2 picks up with basic training. It’s 3 rounds of the 7 moves similar to Cardio 1 and pushes you farther. Cardio 3 rotates from plyo moves to floor work in 3 intense rounds. The program features two core workouts sure to test your resolve. Core 1 is a 10-move drill designed to work the lower back, abs and obliques. Core 2 is the same 10 moves but with higher reps. If you can survive core 1, you can tackle core 2. Next up are the three Resistance workouts. Resistance 1 is 5 moves in 3 back to back rounds. It pushes you to achieve the results you want. Resistance 2 is more of the same, but with more resistance involving more muscles. The last is Resistance 3. It takes resistance training to a completely new level by including plyometric strength training that will challenge your endurance.
Nutrition plays role too.
All of the Beachbody programs come with tailored meal plans to help you nourish your body and fuel your workouts. Your daily rations are based on your daily caloric needs and features 3 meals, and two snacks, one of which is Shakeology. The Briefing Entrance Survey helps you determine which calorie plan is right for you, letting you get the best from the program.
Results speak for themselves
Before Beachbody rolls out a new program, a group of coaches and trainers test it out. They each track their progress, and record their results. The video workouts feature a few of these coaches too. Results vary, but here are a few to make you think seriously about joining 22 Minute Hard Corps.
Mark B. saw amazing results in 8 weeks. He lost 15.7 pounds and over 8 inches! He said, "I was in the U.S. Army. The workouts are more intense than what I experienced in boot camp. This is a program unlike anything I've ever done, and the fast workouts fit into my busy daily schedule." Source: https://www.facebook.com/22HardCorps/
Elyssa G. got to try out 22 Minute Hard Corps in a test group. In 8 weeks, she lost 3 pounds and toned up! She said, "My husband is in the military, so I was very inspired by this program. I love the fact that there are real vets in the cast and they're getting down and dirty with you! It makes me want to push harder to try and keep up with them Source: https://www.facebook.com/22HardCorps/
It’s Schedule Friendly
When Tony says give him 22 minutes a day for 8 weeks and he will get you in the best shape of your life, he is not kidding. One complaint coaches and trainers hear a lot is “I just don’t have time”. That’s nonsense. There are 1440 minutes in a day. 22 Minute Hard Corps asks for a fraction of that time to get you in fit and looking fabulous. If it is important enough, you can find the time during your day. The program is not asking for thirty, sixty, or ninety minutes every day.