Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
A Max Workouts review reveals whether this program that claims to produce an after-exercise fat burning effect with the use of short yet high-intensity workouts lives up to its claims.
Max Workouts was developed by Shin Ohtake, a former competitive athlete and coach as well as personal trainer and chiropractic soft tissue specialist who has over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry. It is an exercise program which aims to increase metabolism and produce an after-exercise fat burning effect with the use of short yet high-intensity workouts. Users can choose from the basic, deluxe and premium editions based on their physical condition and determination and see what they think will work best for them.
A Max Workouts review reveals that this program works for both men and women, and when people first visit the website, they will be provided with a lot of information about health, fitness, and working out. The deluxe and premium editions of the program offer additional bonuses apart from the 90-day fitness program and two e-books entitled The Lean Body Diet: How to Eat for Maximum Weight Loss and The Ultimate Muscle Recovery Guide. All three packages also offer a 30-day free membership to the Max Workouts Fitness Club online.
A senior reviewer from http://MaxWorkoutsReviews.org/ says, “People who are not fans of so-called high-intensity workouts will agree with us when we say that Max Workouts is the exception. At the end of it all, it really produces results. If you have dumbbells and barbells at home or even something which you can use as a parallel bar, get them ready. You will be able to use them to put some variety in your workouts. We recommend this program.”
To access a comprehensive Max Workouts review, visit http://maxworkoutsreviews.org/max-workouts-review