3 weeks down! Here’s my X3 weekly recap:
I’ve noticed 2 specific improvements this week:
1) More Strength – I’ve noticed I can increase my reps when doing X3 Bar. For example, when doing shoulder press, I would normally hit about 12 reps with the grey band on the full range of motion. I’ve increased my rep range to 15 reps. So I experienced a 25% increase in strength in just 3 weeks!
2) Increased Hunger – I’m more hungry than usual. I think this is because my metabolism is skyrocketing. I actually spend less time working out than in the past (since 10 minutes is all you need with X3) and I am more hungry than ever.
I’m looking forward to completing Week 4. This is my last week of the beginning phase of the program (Week 1-4) and then I move onto the next final part of the routine: Weeks 5-12.
I like to put some of my friends through an X3 workout with me. When I first show them the product, they all tend to say something like, “It’s just a bar and some rubber bands.”
That’s 100% inaccurate! Once I put my friends through the X3 workout, they quickly understand why this is much different.
For starters, the bands are created from layered latex, not rubber material. In other words, these are some of the strongest bands on the market. These aren’t the same bands you can go to any sporting goods store and buy. They are expensive to manufacture and will last a long time.
The bar that attaches to the band is an Olympic style bar. It will withstand over 500 pounds of resistance. It’s only 21.5″ long, which is much smaller and more convenient to handle when traveling. For example, you can’t take a regular Olympic bar with you on vacation, but you certainly can take X3 Bar!
There are a number of knock off products on the market, but you won’t find one that hits all of the positives listed above.
You pay for what you get in life and X3 is no exception. Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. The only way to lower the price is to lower its value. The X3 Bar is incredibly valuable in more ways than one.