Which Beachbody Workout Is Best For Me?

Beachbody workouts help people achieve their goals with balanced programs that target their challenging areas. When it comes to the Beachbody on Demand portal, you can find a specifically tailored program for any issue. If sorting through all the 80+ workout regimes is too time-consuming for you, I’ll help you choose the one program that will provide the best results!

With over 20 years of experience in creating specialized fitness programs, the founders of Beachbody, Carl Daikeler and Jon Congdon have mastered the art of transforming human bodies. The current team that works on constantly creating new fitness programs and nutritional suggestions manages to masterfully design regimes to any issue you may imagine.

Of course, it’s hard to try all the offered Body Beach programs simply considering the sheer number of them. Luckily, some of my friends have tried a number of different programs throughout the years targeting various issues. Thus, I’ve gathered their reviews, recommendations, and suggestions.

What Is the Best Beachbody Workout to Start With?

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There are numerous Beachbody workouts for beginners. If you have not trained by the team’s program yet, you’ll have to start from some of the best and most effective plans in existence.

Based on the assumption that you are a beginner looking for something helpful to start from, here are two of the best workouts to choose from.

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PiYo – In this workout, Chalene Johnson targets every muscle group in your body to jumpstart your journey to a toned body. PiYo is a high-intensity, low-impact workout that combines strength and cardio exercises safe for beginners.

This is an 8-week fitness plan of of 25-45 minute exercises 6 days a week. 

Body Beast – Low-intensity short workouts targeting upper and lower body muscles. This is an exercise for drastic results and introduces weightlifting to your regime. Variations for men and women included.

Body Beast covers a three-month plan of 11-50 minute exercises 6 days a week. 

What Beachbody Program Gives the Best Results?

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While the previous two regimes do bring amazing noticeable results, if you require something more advanced, the general reviews point to Insanity.

This one is a two-month program that includes 20-60 minute workouts for 6 days a week.

Overall, training for 6 days a week is a training regime that is not recommended for beginners. However, if you are an experienced user, Insanity can help you break the plateau.

The Insanity program is guided by Shaun T and includes the following workout types:

  • cardio workouts
  • interval circuit
  • basic and short full-body workouts
  • upper body strength
  • leg strength
  • core workouts
  • recovery and stretching

Which Beachbody Workout Burns the Most Fat?

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Among the most effective ways to burn fat are cardio-rich training programs. Beachbody has quite a few fat-burning programs for people of all fitness levels.

Beginner level:

T25 is the general recommendation for a high-intensity cardio-oriented program that burns your fat with the speed of light. An obvious advantage of this workout is its short overall time.

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You need as little as 25 minutes 5 times a week to transform your body for that beach season!

In only 125 minutes a week (which is a little over two hours), you can train your body to that beautiful ideal of yours. You can adjust the duration of your overall program by repeating weeks. T25 is an optimal choice to lose stomach fat.

Note that this program requires dumbbells and resistance bands for some exercises.

Advanced level:

The Insanity program I’ve mentioned before will also burn that fat percentage and weight away!

What Is the Best Beachbody Workout for Toning?

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For toning, choose a program that includes lots of strength training. If you are a beginner, bodyweight exercises will be enough. Calisthenic is a great choice!

Beginner level:

For a beginner to intermediate level training – P90. It may include dumbbells for some exercises, but you can do all these exercises without any aw well.

Just as the title suggests, P90 is a three-month training program of 45-60-minute workouts 6-7 days a week.

It is designed to gradually increase your body’s strength while building muscle. According to several reviews, the results of this workout bring increased strength, toned body, and overall strength.

Advanced level:

The “older sibling” of the previous workout is a good choice, P90X. The second most recommended workout for intense muscle building.

The program covers a three-month course of 45-60 minute exercises 6-7 days a week.

Right from the start, P90X is way harder and more complex in terms of equipment required and moves included.

For P90X, prepare dumbbells, resistance bands, chin-ups bars, and push-up stands. It is easy to follow in a gym, but parks or local open-air playground equipment will provide you with everything needed during the lockdown times.

What Is the Hardest Beachbody Workout?

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I’m sure P90X2 and X3 are worthy of more advanced continuations to the already vigorous workout. However, I’ve got no personal reviews on them.

The hardest Beachbody workout, according to the feedback of my acquaintances, is Insanity Max30. This is also the hardest workout, according to Beachbody themselves. It targets every muscle in your body and pushes them as hard as possible for as long as possible.

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The plan covers two months of 30-minute workouts for 5 days a week.

What are 30 minutes a day? Not much. Easy. Wrong! If you manage to hold at least 10 minutes on your first day, you are a monster. 3 minutes is good for beginners. The goal is to increase your max time by 30 seconds with each day until you reach that excruciating half an hour.


Irene’s fitness journey began in 2017 with attending classes to improve her health and researching the anatomy of working out. After years of investigating trendy and “up and coming” fitness regimes, she is ready to share the tips and advice she’s learned from athletes and expert trainers of the field.