The Superhero Workout Review

by Alex on July 24, 2011

This is my complete, unbiased The Superhero Workout review.

I had to check out what The Superhero Workout when I saw the name of the product. This program definitely lives up to its creative name though. Keep reading for my full The Superhero Workout review.

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What is The Superhero Workout and what is included in the purchase?

The Superhero Workout is a muscle building program designed by John Romaniello and Matt McGorry, two huge names in the fitness industry. These two used to specialize in getting actors in shape for certain roles of movies. They know how to get people in shape fast and that’s exactly what The Superhero Workout does for you.

The Superhero Workout program includes a few different sections in the purchase. I’ll go over a little bit of each in my The Superhero Workout review.

First is the core program called The Superhero Workout Training Manuel. This is a 13 week program that is split into 4 different phases, one for a different superhero. The first phase is three weeks long and it’s all about Captain America. The goal here is to build muscle and power. The second phase is two weeks long and it’s all about Batman here. The goal in phase two is to build speed and agility, lose excess fat, and build long lasting muscle. The third phase is four weeks long and is separated into two mini sections, one for men and one for women. For men it’s all about the Incredible Hulk, and in this phase you will be building some serious muscle. For women it’s all about Wonder Women, and in this phase you will be losing fat and toning up. The fourth phase is all about The Fantastic 4 and lasts four weeks. In this phase you will be losing fat, building muscle, strength training, and conditioning.

The second section is the Supplementation Guide. This is a very detailed guide on your body and what you should eat. It also tells you when you should eat it and why you should eat it. This guide also gives a bunch of information on confusing subjects when building muscle.

The third section is the Superhero Gear Guide. This basically just goes over what type of exercise equipment you should be using when doing these workouts.

The fourth section is the Superhero Quick Start Checklist. Once you have the program use this to make sure you have everything you need before you give The Superhero Workout a go.

The fifth section is the Superhero Exercise Database. This is where you will be able to look over any sort of exercise mentioned in The Superhero Workout. It gives complete detail about each one such as how to do it, what it does, and why you should be doing it.

Is The Superhero Workout worth it?

The Superhero Workout is definitely worth it. Not only is this one of the cheapest muscle building guides on the market, it’s one of the most reliable. These two guys have a huge rep built up and are completely reliable when it comes to getting in shape. I also like how this program using superheroes to be more creative and less boring with their workout program. Overall, I highly recommend trying out The Superhero Workout.

If you found this The Superhero Workout review helpful let me know with a comment below. If you have experience with The Superhero Workout also fill out a comment below and let me know how it went.

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Hey guys, I'm Alex and I review products for this site. I mostly focus on products in the Games, Self-Help, and Arts & Tech sections. I love being able to help people and this review site definitely lets me do that by teaching people exactly what they are getting before they use their hard earned money.

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Tricia August 5, 2011 at 1:56 pm

It makes it pretty fun to lose weight. I’m on week 6 and haven’t thought about giving up yet. I haven’t finished, but it’s really fun so far, plus I can notice some differences already. I’ve lost 21 pounds so far :)

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