Core De Force Workout Review

What is Core De Force?

Core De Force is one of Beachbody’s latestest home workout programs built around Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). MMA style workouts have been seen before, like in Tapout XT, but its been a long time since a new MMA workout has come to the market.

Among all of the other generic home workouts that are flooding the shelves, Core De Force is a real standout. It is designed to be done in your own home with minimal space and literally no equipment at all.

The workout is based on 8 MMA workouts that last 1 hour or less with most of them taking-up about 40 minutes of time from warm-up to cool-down. Checkout the workouts below:

Core De Force Workouts:

  1. MMA Speed: Upper body- and core-focused, this Boxing-influenced workout is short—but packs a serious punch.
  2. MMA Shred: Kick things up a notch with Muay Thai-inspired elbows and kicks for a head-to-toe shred that can lean you out fast.
  3. MMA Power: Using explosive and defensive-style movements, this fast-paced cardio-conditioning workout will help you carve a tight, lean body.
  4. MMA Plyo: What happens when you combine Boxing, Muay Thai, and plyometrics into one workout? You get a total-body shred designed to knock out hundreds of calories and spike your fat burn into overdrive.
  5. Power Sculpt: A total-body burner that uses explosive power and interval training to help sculpt lean muscle and build next-level endurance.
  6. Dynamic Strength: Low on impact but high on intensity, this no-equipment, bodyweight throwdown helps carve impressive definition.
  7. Active Recovery: Recharge for the week ahead with this rest day workout that focuses on form and technique to fight muscle stiffness and soreness.
  8. CORE DE FORCE Relief: The quickest stretch ever. Do this 5-minute session before bed to help relieve tight and tired muscles—and keep you at the top of your game.

Checkout the review at highintensityworkouts.org for a deep-dive into the details of the entire program. Their Core De Force Review can be found here.

Good luck.


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