The Supreme 90 Day workout program is very intense; after making it a little more than a third of the way through the 90 day program, I can testify to this. There are definitely a fair amount of pros and cons with this system which I will discuss in part two of my review. If you haven’t read part one of my “Supreme 90 Day” review, you can read it here.
Before I get to the meat of the product review itself, I have to reiterate a point I made before: Do Not Buy This Online! They sell the “Supreme 90 day” system at Walgreens for 19.99 without all the other little fees that bring it closer to $40. More importantly, the company is very dishonest and quite frankly criminal in some of there practices. When you purchase through the “Supreme 90 Day” website you will be given an “option” to get free shipping or some other promotion when you sign up for “Value Plus.” If you don’t know what Value plus is, allow me to explain.
By becoming a member of Value Plus you get to have $24.99 charged to your credit card every month while receiving nothing for it. The best part is that when you tell them NO, they sign you up for it anyway. A quick internet search for Value Plus will bring up many consumer complaints from people receiving unauthorized charges on their CC statements after buying “As Seen on TV” products. Value Plus is a known Scam company that uses criminal methods to steal from people, and “Supreme 90 Day” knowingly affiliates with them. FUN FACT: Supreme90Day follows me on Twitter because they saw my last review, so I know they are reading this and I will await a statement from them so that I can tell all my readers whether or not the company has any plans to change their practices so as to not rip off their customers.
With all that said, the program itself is actually pretty good. The special “Bonus Ab Disc” isn’t worth the shipping seeing as how they don’t tell you that it is only 6 minutes long! But the basic routine is quite good. The workout plan is designed to work the entire body, and it does a pretty good job of this with some slight deficiencies.
The “Supreme 90 Day” workout is divided into different workouts for each day that target different areas such as legs, chest and back, cardio, and core among others. The high points of this program are definitely the leg, cardio, and core workouts. On the downside the upper body seems a little light. With that said, “Supreme 90 Day” does include some really good upper body exercises, but they could be better, especially compared to the other parts of the program.
As far as results, the most impressive thing I’ve noticed has been strength and muscle definition in the legs. This is because the whole program is very big on squats and lunges; jump squats, pop squats, prisoner squats, squat to dumbbell press, lateral lunges, jump lunges, etc. “Supreme 90 Day” will make you really hate squats and lunges, but you will definitely see results from them. This part of the system is great for those looking to improve athletic performance because after a few weeks you will have greater “explosive strength” i.e. jumping higher, running faster.
Essentially what’s great about this kind of workout is that it uses a good combination of plyometric and isometric exercises to build strength. The program includes some really excellent isometrics with the stability ball that work great on the abs and lower back, and the plyometric moves like jump squats are really great overall exercises. Some exercises don’t seem like they would be difficult but you will learn to hate them. I find myself dreading plank press-ups, lunges and pretty much the whole “Tabata Inferno” disc. However, that’s what tells you that you have a good workout because it is really pushing you to your limits.
Pushing yourself is the only way to see improvement, but I do want to remind my readers to use caution with this or any other exercise program. “Supreme 90 day” is very intense and will take you to your strongest and weakest points. It’s important to push yourself but to not push yourself to injury or worse, if you are really out of shape you will not be able to come close to keeping up with the people in the videos. This system provides a pretty solid workout, but each person needs to know their own limits and how to use it to their best benefit.
Overall, “Supreme 90 Day” is a really good workout, but it’s probably best for people who are already in decent shape because it would just be a little much for some people. The workouts could be a little better for the upper body, the company is shady, and the “bonus Ab Disc” is a joke, but really for $20 in store this is a really good value. So for now, I’m giving Supreme 90 Day a B+ grade and I may post another review after the 90 days are over if anyone is still interested. Whether you use this or something else, good luck in your workout!
Supreme 90 Day Review: pt 1