Fitness programs like P-90X, Insanity, and Turbo Fire have gained a lot of national attention, but for the average person do they really work? Michelle Whitley of
"I have lost 50 pounds. Gone from an overweight mother of small children to fit and able to keep up with my kids," said Whitley.
No gyms, no big workout machines, just fast body movements and lots of them. Whitley invests her time in the beach body workout program, which uses workout videos focusing on variety workouts and interval training. The convenience of the program sold Whitley on giving it a try.
"Not having to load my kids up in the car, get everybody ready, go to the gym. Pay extra for a personal trainer. You know you get a program that has a world class trainer in it so it's like getting personal training right in your own living room," said Whitley.
This program is not just for mothers, Demetrious Salinas, used it to get ready for his physical fitness test at Robins Air Force Base.
"I felt like an old man at 36. I had to take a nap when I got home and now where at 8 o'clock I'm still trucking," said
Kingdom Impact Instructor, Chris Veach, says the event is an effort to beat obesity.
"To get people aware of the opportunities that they have in
Whitley hopes for a good turnout at the beach body meeting and says workouts can be adapted to any fitness level.
"You can start at very overweight, out of shape and you can modify the program. They always talk about do your best and forget the rest," said Whitley.
The free Beach Body event is at Kingdom Impact on Friday, July 15th at 7 p.m. Kingdom Impact is in