Who is Kayla Itsines?
Kalya Itsines is an Australian author and fitness expert. She is most notably known for her book on getting a beach-ready body known as the Bikini Body Guide (BGG). The BGG program is an all-inclusive diet and workout plan for anyone to get started on, to get their body beach ready.
Here is our Kalya Itsines review on her book BGG.
Kalya Itsines is a social media megaplayer. Her BGG has been broken down into an app called Sweat with Kayla. The app covers a trademark Kayla Itsines workout regime as well one of the best diet plans for weight loss out there. Let us jump into the BGG review.
Let us start off with the one major con. The book is a sort of series broken down into several books and plans. Now here is where it can break your wallet. You can find a whole host of similar knowledge on diet, nutrition and workout plans with a little legwork for free online. YouTube is a great place to start. You can also find comprehensive information all in one book for that matter. As such the BGG program is incredibly expensive, and unfortunately not worth it. Especially if you don’t mind putting in a little legwork.
Now if budget isn’t an issue, this is what we love about the program. This is a 12-week workout and diet plan. It comprises of three weekly workouts that last only 28 minutes and can be performed at your gym or home (with some equipment).
The diet itself can be affordable if you shop at a local farmer's market or look for deals.
The workouts are comprehensive, but easy to follow even for a beginner. That being said their deceptive simplicity hides complex compound movements that engage several muscle groups simultaneously. Thus allowing for short and complete workouts in 28 minutes.
The design of the 12-week program progressively gets tougher to emulate your growth in fitness throughout that time. All the while providing you with nutritional consultation as well.
Our final verdict is that if money is no object you’ll get a great product. Besides, following Kalya on social media is free. That being said, if you are willing to do a little research you could get most of the information for free, without the fancy packaging. Stopping at a fitness website or even our own blogs can get you started for as little as nothing.