Inferno or TBT??

  • I am undecided about the two programs as my first. I am in relatively good shape but not great. The benefits of each are a bit hard to decipher and differentiate. I like the no equipment idea for TBT as I have zero equipment and would have to go to the gym or buy expensive gear to do Inferno.

    I am 6'1" 175lbs and would like to actually level out between my current weight and 180lbs, just more muscle.

    What are you thoughts on the two programs? What is the most ideal one to do at home?

    HyndeSyte2020   by: HyndeSyte2020
  • 4 votes
    mythicalgriffons  over 1 year ago by: mythicalgriffons

    You can hit the discovery button and try out a work out of each and decide once one is better for you personally and you can always switch programs at any time.

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    gbsngrl  over 1 year ago by: gbsngrl

    I am really enjoying the TBT. It requires no equipment, and the workouts are interspersed with yoga and mobility moves to keep flexibility up and aid recovery, which I think is fantastic. In my opinion, flexibility is a crucial partner to strength.

  • 2 votes
    sleekbird  over 1 year ago by: sleekbird

    I switch back and forth between the two - they are both good. You can do the jumps from inferno without the box and still get a great workout. Just bring your knees high.

  • 1 vote
    comebackmomma  over 1 year ago by: comebackmomma

    I have also tried a bit of both. So far, TBT fits with my schedule a bit better and requires little to no equipment, which I really like.

    • Candice1
      Candice1 over 1 year ago

      I agree with you here. It is the same for me. No equipment and still I can get results. I like TBT

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    Drmonroedvm  over 1 year ago by: Drmonroedvm

    I've been doing TBT and loving it. My goal is to get stronger and the varying levels for each exercise has been helpful in gauging my own body's fitness that day. Also, it IS nice to have workouts that require no equpiment, but you should pick what feels best for you.

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    CharlieW77  over 1 year ago by: CharlieW77

    I haven't looked at Inferno, but I'm a little over a week into TBT and I feel like I'm doing amazing things with it. I've never seen some of the moves that are in this program before and I feel like people (read: my lazy friends) would be impressed by the sit-thrus and base switches alone. LOL

    But in all seriousness, I feel like I work everything with each TBT workout. Plus, I'm learning yoga and self-myofascial release and mobility drills. It's extensive and well-rounded. I don't know how that compares to Inferno, but I really like TBT so far.

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    kinserella  over 1 year ago by: kinserella

    I finished the whole Inferno program and loved it, moved on to TBT, I did like that as well, but the thing I liked about Inferno is that I felt like I got more of a workout and the workouts are a little bit shorter, so you "in" and "out" quicker, I also like how there is a different workout each day, where as with TBT the workouts aren't interchanged as Inferno. Also with Inferno you workout 5 days a week as opposed to 4 with TBT. Don't get me wrong, they are both great programs, all a matter of preference! I do wish that you could see the workout calendars before you chose your program:)

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