How do people like DailyBurn Balance?

  • What's the big difference in your life after Ignite? Is balance good?

    paulc   by: paulc
  • 2 votes
    ToddKing  over 1 year ago by: ToddKing

    So far, so good. I'm new into DailyBurn and Ignite, but I'm already feeling great. My energy level was low at first and I craved every piece of junk food under the sun, but that has gone away. I'm feeling great and actually looking great too. ok ok, well not looking great yet, but I can tell I'll be there soon with this diet.

  • 1 vote
    nathanielcohen  over 1 year ago by: nathanielcohen

    I love balance. It's the perfect 'balance' (no pun intended) between staying true to eating healthy and also cheating a little bit. I can't imagine doing Ignite forever, but I understand why it's important to eat healthy--this is a perfect framework for that mindset.

  • 0 votes
    cyclesue  about 1 year ago by: cyclesue

    Its fine, but there's whole categories of food that are not mentioned on how to track... Ex: I had jambalaya with sausage in it... I was not going to just pick out the sausage and not eat it (it was at a friend's house and I'm not going to be insulting). Same goes for any fruit or vegetable not on the ignite list. I'd really like to see the team that is expanding this program to widen the information for Balance.

  • 0 votes
    artbeware  about 1 year ago by: artbeware

    I didn't lose a single pound on ignite. I did inferno at the same time, so definitely am seeing some changes, but am really disappointed in ignite. I was ravenous all the time, my cravings never went away, just got worse. I don't really know what to do about losing weight. I feel like I've tried everything and none of it works.

  • 0 votes
    rhaden  about 1 year ago by: rhaden

    I lost 11 pounds on Ignite, but found it difficult and had to Reignite a couple of times. I'm very excited to switch to Balance -- I think that Ignite was helpful for breaking bad habits, but Balance seems less draconian and easier to sustain.

  • 0 votes
    sallyparadise  12 months ago by: sallyparadise

    Ignite was super tough for at first. It was a very big lifestyle change. However, I actually made it through the 21 days without cheating! Yay! I have been really enjoying my diet, and I impressed myself with my willpower. Now that I am on the balance stage, I have decided to continue with it the strict ignite stage during the week, but allow myself to use my cheat points only on friday and saturday nights. That way I don't have to keep up with points or get tempted on weekdays. But I still get to allow myself to catch a couple of beers with friends and eat a burger with my husband on the weekend. In the month I've been using the daily burn, I have lost weight, seen dramatic changes in my body, and feel healthier and happier.

  • 0 votes
    Trynity  12 months ago by: Trynity

    I just changed over from the Ignite to Balance stage. Since it was a weekend I was able to enjoy some of my missed foods while out at the movies with friends. I have to admit I have been really looking forward to having some cheese back in my life.

    I did lose 7 lbs during the Ignite phase and combined with my DailyBurn workout program (Cardio Sculpt) I'm feeling pretty good. I think I'll save my points for weekends or special occasions. My boss buys the office lunch once a week and I have to say I'm looking forward to having a more choices.

  • 0 votes
    hytaca  23 days ago by: hytaca

    I'm loving it! I lost 6 pounds on the first week with no workout. I was a big drinker and cut alcohol was the best thing I could ever done. If you are not a big drinker your numbers will be probably lower than that. I'm having some cravings but I'm not hungry at all. I like my options and I'm looking forward to the results!

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