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Body for Life is a free website powered by EAS Sports Nutrition. It provides plenty of fitness information to help you reshape and reinvigorate, including recipes and workout regimes.
It also has a fun community feel where members share photos, challenges and blog posts. In addition, there are resources in the site’s library, plus a store where you can purchase EAS supplements such as recovery proteins.
The site itself could do with a bit of spit and polish. It’s not the most attractive site around, and feels a bit littered with information. Still, it’s not particularly difficult to find your way around with a bit of practice. The site is split up into sections: Home, News, Success Stories, Library, Community and The Challenge.
This is a site full of challenges, and the victors are displayed like Greek gods, their tubby old physiques replaced with muscles and smiles. Body-For-Life aims to get you motivated by offering up the mantle, pushing you to complete regular challenges which will help to shape your body over time.
This site is mainly concerned with exercise, rather than diet. It’s a weight-loss site, for sure, but it’s also for people who want to improve their fitness or tone up. The forums ought to help to keep things in check, as you can share concerns, ask questions, exchange tips and ideas with other members.
There is a BodyForLife mobile app available, which looks much better than the website. On the app you can easily find exercises for a particular part of the body, recording how many were performed, which then feed into your data bank.
Recipes are also available, and members can rate them so you can remember which ones you preferred. This app also allows you to monitor your progress, such as your body measurements, percentage fat and BMI.
The library includes meal plans and food lists, with nutritional details for each. Whilst you can find weight loss programs here, it’s important to remember that some of the diets are designed to help build muscle, which probably won’t work for you if you never work out.
If you don’t mind a bit of hard work and exercise, and you’re a bit less bothered about the variety of recipes or various online tools (excluding, perhaps, the mobile app) then Body For Life might have what you’re looking for. It’s free and easy to sign up, so why not take a look?
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