Max Workouts, from creator Shin and Susan Ohtake, is a high intensity workout system that claims to be able to get users lean and ripped in just a 90 day program of workouts that only last 30 minutes a day.
This system was designed by Ohtake after 20 years of experience as a competitive athlete, coach, chiropractic soft tissue therapist, and personal trainer who decided that he wanted to make a workout system that would help anyone off their fitness plateau and accelerate results with shorter, more efficient workouts.
How Does Max Workouts Work?
Unlike other similar workout systems, Max Workouts says that their system takes into account the role of the nervous system in weight loss and muscle gain - if you can stimulate your nervous system with proper training, you can burn more calories and get lean and fit faster.
To begin, you'll receive step-by-step directions of 40 different exercises as well as a 90 day workout schedule that will explain to you exactly what workout to do each day, every day of the three month program.
Their website says that you can receive the entire Max Workouts program and materials for just a one time charge of $39.95.
The website displays a picture in the sidebar which claims they have a 90 money back guarantee for customers who are dissatisfied or have complaints, but there is no place on the website that details this policy.
Customers who are concerned may want to speak to a Customer Service representative regarding the details of this policy before they finalize a purchase.
Customer Service Contact Info
Consumers with questions can either submit a question directly to their website or they can contact them by mail at 35 Miller Ave #304, Mill Valley, CA 94941. Unfortunately there is no published phone number at this time.
Unfortunate there is not much customer feedback currently available online regarding this program, and most of the "positive reviews" consumers will find are actually affiliate articles written by people who have the option to earn money from promoting this product.
While this does not mean these people don't actually support or believe in this product, it is also not a fully unbiased point of view.
Is It Safe?
There does not seem to be any complaints about this company regarding safety.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many other workout programs that make similar promises to this program, such as P90X3, the Insanity 60 Day Total Body Conditioning Program, and Athlean-X.
If you have any experience with Max Workouts or their products, please leave your reviews below.
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