Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
The brainchild of Debbie Siebers, a prominent figure in the health and wellness industry who has teamed up with Beachbody to create and co-create several weight loss programs with the company including Slim in 6 that provides a specific guarantee – a certain number of pounds that can be lost in a specific time frame has caught the attention of HealthAvenger.com's Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative Slim in 6 review.
“Slim in 6 is, first and foremost, a fitness program designed to help men and women lose unwanted pounds regardless of physique,” reports Stevenson. “Since it is a program which provides a definite amount of time before showing results, it has received a lot of accolades from many users – most of whom have tried a number of workouts indefinitely but have not seen the results they were promised to achieve.”
Slim in 6 comprises 5 DVDs that a user can watch in the comfort of their home. When they purchase the kit, they will also be given a journal or motivational calendar, a nutrition guide, and a 6-day diet plan that they can follow along with the workouts on the DVDs. This fitness program contains 3 routines that need to be followed over a 6-week period, and these are demonstrated in 3 categories: Start It Up! Ramp It Up! and Burn It Up! All of these should be used along with the nutrition and diet guide so as to achieve the 6-pound weight loss guaranteed by the program. Along with the routines, Debbie has also included core and flexibility workouts in the Slim in 6 kit, so users will not only have strength training and aerobic exercise to help them get back into shape but they will also be able to develop their core muscles (the abs) and increase body flexibility at the same time.
Stevenson explains the difference between Slim in 6 and Beachbody’s other programs:
“Slim in 6 is different from most Beachbody weight loss and toning programs because it offers none of the intensity that P90X or Les Mills Combat offers,” says Stevenson. “What you get is steady weight loss in 6 days, and this is especially appealing to those who have not lifted a single weight or have tried working out in years. In fact, it can actually serve as a stepping stone to more intense workouts in the future because it conditions the body to recognize the need for exercise and allow it to adjust to a daily routine.”
“What I liked about it is that every detail is laid out in clear language so there’s no room to get confused when it comes to the workout you need to do or the types of food that you can eat. The DVDs and the nutrition guide took care of all that so I didn't have any problems. If you have an event coming up or just want to have something to provide that head start with a regular exercise program, I really recommend that you try Slim in 6. It does not have the intensity of other workout programs in the market, but if you follow the training and diet guides to a T, there’s no reason why you shouldn't lose weight in less than a week. The bottom line is Slim in 6 works!”
To access a comprehensive Slim in 6 review, visit http://healthavenger.com/slim-in-6-review