How do I know which Beachbody workout program is right for me?
This is a very common question and I’m sure you might have asked this question in the past. There’s already a page on this site that groups the workout programs by their difficulty levels but what I don’t have is a way to show the details of the selected programs and let you do side-by-side comparison.
Dynamic Challenge Pack Comparison Tool
Beachbody recently released a “dynamic challenge pack comparison” tool that does just that. It’s very intuitive and convenient so I thought I would quickly cover that here.
When you go to the new page, you’ll see a collage of all the popular programs. You can click on any of the program thumbnail to see the details of that program.
What’s also cool about this is you can now select up to 3 programs and compare their features and details side by side.
In this example to the left (click to enlarge), I selected INSANITY and P90X2 and clicked ‘Compare’ and boom, now I see their pricing, the length of the program whether being 60 days or 90 days, the amount of savings, level of difficulty, the number of DVDs that come with it, the workout length, and etc. It’s absolutely convenient especially when you have been having a hard time finding and comparing the details before you can make the final decision.
Again, you can select up to 3 programs and compare them side-by-side.
Easy Filtering Based on Difficulty Levels and Goals
If you’re like my wife who didn’t know which program(s) was the “less hard” one, or like my friends who didn’t know which program(s) burned the most fat and calorie, you can easily select the button near the top of the page that represent each of these search criteria. In the example below, I selected “Advanced” and boom it then faded out the ones that are not meeting this criteria. It makes my selection process much less confusing!
Enter this URL https://www.teambeachbody.com/checkout/-/bbcheckout/challengepack or simply click here. I hope you bought the program you wanted 🙂 or if you haven’t decided, this would be a good place to visit first.