The programs are inconsistent. What Mark Mcilyar shows in the workouts is different from what app shows when you start doing them. And the app is cumbersome to use.
This is nothing but a scam to sell supplements. As you sign up, there are offers to purchase additional supplements everywhere, and during the first workout, the same. My inbox has been bombarded with emails, even after I unsubscribed from ALL emails. I have been asking for an ingredient list for their supplements but they do not send me one.
Today I received a call from a "coach", first saying that he was going to help me achieve my goals, then saying that he was going to send me 2 months worth of supplements. Note: not asking if I wanted to buy them, just telling me that he was going to send them to me. I again asked for an ingredient list, he said he does not have one. And once I said I was not going to purchase the supplements until I had that information, the offer to help me achieve my goals was retracted. Apparently, it only comes with the supplements.
This is the only site on the internet that I found a real review. Do not trust any reviews on any sites that include a link to the program. When you sign up, one of the many emails you receive indicates that if you post a link on your site or social media pages, you get a commission from any sales they make from that link.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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