Building a strong, sculpted body doesn't require hours spent working out. With The Master's Hammer and Chisel, seasoned trainers Sagi Kalev and Autumn Calabrese have compiled their best, most efficient techniques into 30 to 40 minute resistance training workouts to help you craft a powerful, perfectly defined physique in just 60 days.
The Master’s Hammer and Chisel is an innovative resistance- training system that incorporates three muscle-sculpting phases—Stabilization, Strength, and Power—or SSP Training. This is how Sagi and Autumn help you efficiently build, chisel, and refine a masterpiece physique in just 60 days.
- The Masters Hammer and Chisel Base DVD Workout Set
- 14 Workouts on 6 DVDs
- Program & Nutrition Guide
- Quick-Start Guide
- 60-Day Workout Calendar
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I really like it
My husband bought this for the two of us to do. He likes working out at the gym, but thought he might like this workout. I enjoy doing these types of home workouts and was just finishing up my Jillian Michaels workout and wanted to move on to something different. I'm a stay at home mom, so it's difficult to be able to get any kind of a workout in anytime after my baby is awake, let alone getting to the gym.I'm on my last week of this program. I didn't start following the diet until about a few days ago. I still noticed a lot of improvements in my body and I'm curious to see what I look like at the end of the week keeping a closer eye on my portions. I have been drinking a protein shake everyday, Optimum Nutrition Whey; my husband uses the same one.My husband did the first workout and felt like it wasn't challenging enough, so he stopped and just goes to the gym.The workout lengths vary anywhere from 26 min to 43 min and sometimes the 10 min ab video is added on, just depends, which makes the 43 min workout almost an hour long. Honestly I don't even notice the time. Each workout does have a countdown clock in the bottom corner, which is nice along with reps or timed sets.Autumn is a good trainer, I like that she explains the moves and doesn't add unnecessary commentary. Sagi, he's a little odd, he has some weird sayings, but I enjoy his workouts. I've never really done "weight lifting" I've used weights in other programs, but he incorporates true weight lifting strategies in his workouts, I've really been enjoying that aspect and I think it's why I've noticed so much improvement in my body.I started out with 3,5,6,8,10 dumbbells and a 20 kettle bell and an exercise mat. After working out I had to go up some weight in mostly the leg workouts so I guess about halfway through I ended up purchasing 15 dumb bells as well. Which was the best thing I could do, I could really tell that that's what I needed to increase my strength and I felt like I was getting a much better workout after I was done. As long as you keep that in mind and keep increasing then you'll get results. We already had a band system with a door attachment, so I used that for all of the pull-up moves and Sagi uses the band for every warm-up. They recommend using a bench or the ball, so we purchased an exercise ball, but we have an ottoman that is very sturdy that I've used the entire time without any problems but use the ball when they lie on the bench or use it at an incline. Plus, we're limited on space and I couldn't even imagine having a bench crammed into our living room, too.The calendar is obviously very useful, but it’s a nice size too, I have it up on the side of our fridge along with the rest of our important papers. The meals/recipes they have just don’t seem appealing to me. I’m also someone that gets overwhelmed when there are too many ingredients to a recipe. The layout of the foods and which containers they belong in is very easy to understand, along with figuring out how many calories you should be taking in. They also had some inserts for more beach body products like they’re shakes and supplements, but I think they are overpriced so I just stuck with my usual products.So when I started this workout I was about 128 I’m 5’4”, not a bad weight. Like I said I didn’t follow the meal plan so my weight did flux here and there, going up to 131 at one point. I weighed myself last Monday at 128 and started following the food system a little more closely about 5 days ago, and yesterday I weighed myself at 126.5. My goal was 126, since we’re going on vacation a few days after I finish the program. I may just lose a few more pounds. We’ll see. I’m not hungry eating more veggies and less carbs, so that’s awesome and easier for me to get to my goal weight.I’m looking forward to starting this program up again after our vacation to see how much more I can improve upon myself. I definitely recommend it!!!
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