Mind Pump Media started out as a podcast. The hosts, Sal, Adam and Justin, together with the producer Doug, share their insights about fitness, health or fat loss in almost daily shows. They really tell it as it is, debunking common myths, misunderstandings in order to help you figure out what works and what doesn’t. In this article, I introduce you to MAPS Resistance (or on YouTube).
“MAPS Resistance is a beginner program that will teach you how to reap the benefits of resistance training through a detailed introduction to strength training. You will build your metabolism, lose body fat, shape your body, build lean muscle, promote youthful hormones and get stronger as you progress through the program. MAPS Resistance comes with 3 detailed workout blueprints with minimal equipment necessary to follow. There is a body weight workout plan, dumbbell & rubber band focused workout plan and full gym access workout plan. You can choose which one works best for you.” Mind Pump Website
Why am I doing this?
The reason I did this review, is because people kept asking me about my thought about it. Does it work? How was it? Is it fun? Can you actually get stronger? Is it worth the money?
After repeating myself a few times, I decided to review the MAPS programs. I have a playlist with all of them on youtube: Mind Pump Review Playlist.
Just to be clear: this review is my personal opinion. No one paid me to do it. I received no incentive to write this article or record the video.
MAPS Resistance Review
In the review, I tackle all the questions mentioned above, and more. If you are intrigued, have a look and make sure to give my video a like and share your thoughts in the comments too. I will share more videos in the future and would love to see you around, so make sure to subscribe to my channel.
MAPS Resistance is for beginners. You will learn everything about MAPS Resistance in my YouTube review, but here are a few highlights of the program:
MAPS Resistance comes with 3 different 9-week templates:
- bands & bodyweight
- full gym access.
It’s a 2 day a week program. Each training day comes with specific priming movements.
The fact that it has 3 different equipment templates, lets you phase through them one after the other. First with bands, then dumbbells and lastly in the gym. This gives you a 27-week program, scaling skill and strength along the way.
I hope this gets you excited to watch my review!