Just finished my 21 days of the Beachbody Ultimate Reset and its time for a review. This was one of the more eye-opening Beachbody programs I have done. I did not plan on learning so much about nutrition, food, cooking, and supplements through this but I did.
When I first heard about the Ultimate Reset I did not know what to think about it. No working out, no coffee, no alcohol, no caffeine, and no to just about everything else I normally eat or do for 21 days. Beachbody asked me and the other Elite Coaches to do a challenge group on Facebook with Beachbody CEO Carl Daikeler.
Before we get into that we need to know…
What Is The Beachbody Ultimate Reset?
(Beachbody’s words) The Beachbody Ultimate Reset is a 21 day program that will help you lose weight, lower your cholesterol, and increase energy. This is not your typical cleanse program that removes everything from your body by taking a bunch of supplements that force you to go to the bathroom. The Beachbody Ultimate Reset gently removes toxins that you have been storing in your body.
A surprise to people who do the reset is you eat a good amount of food throughout the 21 days. You follow a strict meal plan while taking a set amount of supplements through each phase. At the end of the 21 days you will feel healthier than before. Many people who have completed the reset said they feel more focused, healthier, and refreshed at the end.
Think of the reset as something similar to when you need to update your computer. When it’s all done your computer will run smoother and faster because the update has removed all the bugs and glitches. The Beachbody Ultimate Reset removes the things that are slowing you down.
**Update 5-26-17** I have done many rounds of the Ultimate Reset since 2012 and I typically do one round ever January. To make this post better for you I have moved my before and after photos along with results near the top and kept my overall review including day by day updates of the Ultimate Reset below. Not much has changed with the program since it was released. Except for me of course.
Beachbody Ultimate Reset Results With Before & After Photos
Beachbody Ultimate Reset Results
- 16 Pounds Lost
- Lost 2 inches off my waist
- Lost 1 inch off my chest
- Right & Left Arm both lost an inch
- Body Fat % went from 15% – 10% for a 5% loss
I wasn’t too happy with my before photos as I’ve never been that heavy in my life. I look like how I felt for the 3 months prior to starting the reset…bloated. I picked up on something else in the photos. Take a look at my right elbow, tricep, and face. See the red spots around my elbow and redness every where else? I know the lighting in my after photo wasn’t as good but it looks like a considerable amount of the redness on my skin is gone. Inflammation was all over my body.
My right elbow is the one thats been giving me problems for the past 5 months and I found out during the Ultimate Reset (finally) its being caused by inflammation. If I look a little tanned in my after photos its because we were in the Bahamas a week after I took my before photo and started the reset two days after getting back. I’m surprised I kept the tan this long since its mid April here in Michigan and its too cold to be walking around with the shirt off. I wonder if its from the supplements and food or if the tan covers it up.
What About Your Blood Work?
Before starting the Ultimate Reset I had been asked by Beachbody to get blood drawn to see what the reset would do to a couple of tests. At the end of the 21 days I had to get my blood drawn again to check the difference. A week after the reset was done Dr. Bill Wheeler from Beachbody called me up to tell me my numbers. Here is what the blood work said:
- Good Cholesterol (HDL) dropped from 110 to 93. Good
- Bad Cholesterol (LDL) dropped from 61 to 45. Very Good
- Blood Glucose – Measures the amount of sugar in your blood. Dropped from 99 to 86. Normal
- Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) – Measures the amount of nitrogen in blood that comes from the process of breaking down protein. Normal is 7 to 21. Mine dropped from 13 to 7. Good
- Testosterone went from 465 to 706. Levels range from 270 to 1070
Ultimate Reset Round 2 Results
Completed my second round of the Ultimate Reset on 1-26-14. Lost 11.2 pounds. Did not do any blood work nor take measurements with my second round. If you are wondering how my weight went from 173 pounds at the end of round 1 to 199 pounds at the beginning of round 2 it is because in-between these rounds I did Body Beast and put all that weight back on.
Before Starting The Ultimate Reset
After receiving the package in the mail we went through its contents. There were small packages, pill bottles, and two tube like bottles with funny names on them like Optimize, Mineralize, Alkalinize, Oxygenize, and Revitalize. Went through the quick start guide and watch the dvds. It was well put together and informed us of what we were to expect over the next three weeks.
Started to wonder how much weight I might lose and how I was going to feel. Can’t remember the last time I had gone three weeks without caffeine, a beer, or working out. Have been working out 5 days a week for the past 4 years and probably the last time I went three weeks without a drink was before my first drink.
I was thinking I might drop 5 – 10 pounds with the Ultimate Reset mainly because I knew I could lose that much. Before starting P90X in 2008 I weighed 165. My start weight with the reset was 189. It felt like I put on about 20 pounds of muscle doing these workouts the past couple years but I wondered how much was fat.
The guide said to start on a Wednesday because there might be times during each phase where you are low on energy and will need the weekend to chill. Beachbody asked me to get my blood taken to compare it after finishing.
We needed to do some grocery shopping. I really liked the shopping list they provided because over half of the things we were going to eat I had never heard of before. Had quite an experience at Whole Foods buying these new foods. Did I ever look like an idiot.
Our fridge has never looked so green, lively, and healthy. It would look like this for all 21 days of the Ultimate Reset. And no, I did not drink the beer on the bottom right side of the fridge.
Week 1 Of Ultimate Reset – Reclaim
There was not a whole lot of info as what to expect during the first week besides trying to get your body back on track. You are supposed to have a pinch of Mineralize and 15 drops of Oxygenize in a certain amount of water (22oz for me) along with 2 Optimize capsules three times a day. In mid afternoon you take 1 Alkalinize packet with a pinch of Mineralize.
Day 1: The food tasted great. Was a little shocked the first time I took the Alkalinize supplement. Tasted like eating seaweed.
For breakfast we had scrambled eggs with whole grain toast, some fruit, and kale (first time I had it). Dinner included baked salmon, asparagus, and baby potatoes. Both meals tasted great. I even learned how to make salad dressing today.
Day 2: I felt things starting to work. My kidneys and liver area were working twice as hard as normal. No headaches or tiredness. Lost 3 pounds in my first day. Might have been water weight.
Breakfast included oatmeal with blueberries and yogurt. Lunch was a Greek Salad with chicken and toasted pine nuts. Dinner was a black bean, rice, corn, and salsa taco with guacamole and kale on the side. All three meals tasted great and I was surprised how easy they were to make.
And yes, I do use measuring cups as a dish to serve and eat out of.
Day 3: My lower back and legs started feeling a little bit of pain. Doing well besides those. The supplements are doing their job. Was getting tired earlier than normal.
I didn’t take a picture of any of the Ultimate Reset meals for today as breakfast was the same as day 1. Lunch was a lentil and micro green salad. We went out for sushi because the meal plan said we could have veggie rolls.
Day 4: My legs and lower back have been feeling very achey for 24 hours. I continue to fall asleep much earlier than usual. As soon as I hit the bed I am out.
Today’s meals included a plate of fresh fruit for breakfast, Lentil Lime & Microgreen Salad for lunch, and Stir-Fried veggies with Quinoa for dinner. They were so good.
Day 5: Had a lazy Sunday around the house so it was ok to be a little tired throughout the day. Still dealing with the aches in my lower back and legs. It’s not as bad as the previous days but it persists. I have been falling asleep very quickly and waking up with this new level of focus. Its weird. Feeling like I’m getting thinner around the waist.
Breakfast and lunch were great but dinner was tricky to make. We had oatmeal with walnuts and fruit for breakfast. Quinoa salad with hummus and vegetables for lunch. Miso soup with stir fried veggies for dinner. The miso soup was tricky to make and I think we bought the wrong kind of paste. Did not remind me of what we get at the sushi bar. Hopefully we won’t have to make miso soup that much more over the Ultimate Reset.
Day 6: Was probably the first time since starting the Ultimate Reset that I have not felt any pain in my lower back or legs. Still falling asleep very quickly and waking up with more energy. Didn’t feel like taking a nap today which is a first.
Had my first experience eating Tempeh and it wasn’t that bad. Took a little bit longer to make it than I expected. Should have read about it the previous day and it would of made breakfast a little bit easier. A Quinoa and Microgreen Salad for lunch. Impressed myself by making a Roasted Root Medley, Zucchini-Cashew Soup, and Toasted Millet for dinner.
Day 7: First week of the Ultimate Reset is over. Fell asleep around 9pm tonight and woke up with a ton of energy around 10:30 but couldn’t fall back to sleep until midnight. No pain in my legs or back at all anymore. Looks like that stuff has passed
Another great day of food. Oatmeal with flaxseed, cinnamon, and stevia along with half an apple and organic yogurt for breakfast. Successfully made Zucchini-Cashew soup with a Microgreen Salad and Avocado for lunch. Knocked out the Baked Tempeh with steamed vegetables and brown rice for dinner.
Week 1 Results – I was shocked when I stepped on the scale and it said I lost 8.5 pounds. I noticed a bit of mental clarity and seemed to be more focused on work and other things.
Carl was telling us the reason why we were feeling achey was because the Alkalinize was working through our systems and breaking down any parts of our bodies that had a high acidic level. Essentially our insides were getting a workout which was causing the aches. On a different note I was falling asleep very quickly, was waking up with a new level of focus, and even a little bit more energy.
By the end of the week there were no more aches and pains. Was rested for the first time in a long time. My body felt like it was finding a new level of health and was starting to crave new food.
Week 2 Ultimate Reset – Release
The differences this week were taking the “Detox” packet three times a day (you still take the other supplements) and eating a vegan meal plan. I had never gone completely vegan before so this was going to be a challenge.
Day 8: From the first time I poured the Detox packet into the water I had a feeling its job was to clean you out. The powder was brownish so all I was thinking was it’s supposed to make you go to the bathroom. It had a little bit of a texture type taste to it and wasn’t so bad but was a bit weird. I usually slammed it so you don’t taste that much of it. This was the only day of the week where I spent time in the bathroom. Like 5 times. Felt lighter at the end of the day and continued on with sleeping well.
The meals today were ones we had last week. Plate of fresh fruit for breakfast. Microgreen Salad with an Avocado for lunch. Pinto Beans and Rice, zucchini, and string beans for dinner.
Day 9: Had my first real challenge with the Beachbody Ultimate Reset. A friend offered me free tickets to the Detroit Tigers opening day game against the Boston Red Sox. You don’t turn down free tickets to Opening Day. He called me the night before and I knew I would have to prepare everything and take it to tailgate.
We skipped the fancy meal they wanted you to prepare for breakfast that day and had Vegan Shakeology instead which is ok for a substitute. I made the pinto beans, rice, and micro green salad the night before and put it all into a big Ziploc bag. When it was time to eat at tailgate my friends instantly started to rip on me which was to be expected.
What was funny was many of them said it looked really good, which it was. I even brought all my supplements for the day and took them before and after the game. Was proud of myself to make all of this happen along with not having any beers or buying nachos at Comerica Park which I always get. On a side note, I spent $0 the entire day where I would usually spend $50 or more at tailgate, the game, and afterwards. When we made it back home we made the Sweet Potato and Roasted Red Pepper Bisque and asparagus.
Day 10: Started to feel tired through out the day. Less energy today than during the days last week. Felt a little out of it. I think those “Detox” packets are starting to go to work on me.
Today’s Ultimate Reset breakfast was a plate of fresh fruit. Lunch was a Sweet Potato and Roasted Red Pepper Bisque along with a Greek Salad. Dinner was a Quinoa Lentil Pilaf with broccoli.
Day 11: Today was the first day since starting the Ultimate Reset that I really craved food I use to eat.
Breakfast was fresh fruit again. Lunch consisted of Quinoa Lentil Pilaf again with a half serving of Cucumber and Tomato salad. Dinner was Miso Soup and vegetables.
Day 12: Feeling really down on energy. Hit a wall around 6 pm. Catch myself wanting to take naps all day.
Had fresh fruit for breakfast again. There is a pattern here. Miso Soup and a Micro Green Salad for lunch. Mediterranean Roasted Beets and Coconut Collard Greens for dinner which was delicious. Definitely making that meal again after finishing the Ultimate Reset. Of course I forgot to take a picture of that meal so its going to be breakfast again for you.
Day 13: Felt tired all day today. Didn’t sleep well the night before. I can feel the “Detox” packets are working but its draining all the energy out of my body. Ill be happy to be done with phase 2 of the Ultimate Reset.
Breakfast was interesting. We had mashed chickpeas, steamed spinach, and avocado. Lunch was another Microgreen Salad and Mediterranean Roasted Beets which tasted great. Dinner challenged my cooking skills. I successfully made Kabocha Squash with a fancy Garlic-Tahini filling served with steamed vegetables. It turned out pretty good.
Day 14: I am so glad today is the last day of the Detox phase of the Ultimate Reset. Its been a long time since I’ve felt this tired during the day. Had a hard time staying focused. I even fell asleep for an hour on the couch today.
What do you know, fruit for breakfast. Kabocha Squash soup in coconut milk and a Microgreen Salad for lunch. Edamame and vegetables for dinner. This vegan lifestyle is not so bad.
Week 2 Results – Dropped another 4 pounds for a total of 12.5 pounds. Pants were looser. I could see more muscle definition. Didn’t fill as chipper in the morning as week 1. No aches or pains. Was the only time during the entire 21 days where I was thinking about cheating on the meal plan.
Some of the meals were a little harder to make. The first week felt like it brought my health up and the second week felt like it balanced the first week out. Days 10 – 14 were the hardest days of the Ultimate Reset for me.
The Detox packets were doing their job. Felt like they were getting everything out of my body it could. Was really tired throughout the day and fell asleep around 10pm at night in which 11:30 is the norm. On two separate days I fell asleep for an hour while sitting on my couch.
Was hard to focus on work as my body just wanted to sleep. Didn’t really have an appetite for food. The food kept me full but I could tell the Detox packets were doing everything they could to get whatever was not removed from my body in week one out of my body for week 2. Spent a lot of time at home because I didn’t have the energy to go out.
Week 3 Ultimate Reset – Restore
I was so glad to be done with the detox week. It really challenged me. No more Detox packets. The only change this week was you took the Revitalize capsule (still take other supplements). This week was about adding in more fruits and veggies to put new healthy things in to replace what was removed during the detox week. Onto another vegan week.
Day 15: Started week three of the Ultimate Reset today. Down 12 pounds so far. Felt better and had more energy today than I did during the entire week 2. I’m not sure if its because the supplements changed or what. I do not miss taking the Detox packets. Instead, we add the Revitalize capsules to the mix.
Breakfast was, you guessed it, fresh fruit. Asian Cabbage Salad with Miso Soup for lunch. Baked Sweet Potato, Garlic Veggies, and Quinoa for dinner. All three meals tasted great.
Day 16: Doing much better in the last week of the reset. Food is tasting better. I’m more alert and focused. Felt like I got a lot more done today. More energy through out the day. Didn’t want to take any naps. Starting to enjoy the last week.
Plate of fresh fruit for breakfast. Microgreen Salad for lunch. Curry Cauliflower, Lemon Pepper Kale, and brown rice for dinner. I was happy to see dinner turn out so well. Thought it was going to be tricky from looking at the directions but did much better than expected.
Day 17: Had a really good day today. It feels like every day of the Restore Phase I get a little better than the day before. My body feels like its functioning better. Pants felt like they were even looser.
Big ol plate of fresh fruit for breakfast. Moroccan Carrot Salad over salad greens for lunch. Roasted Delicata Squash, Green Beans, and Toasted Millet for dinner. All of them were easy to make and turned out great.
Day 18: Experienced first hand why they do not want you working out during the 21 days of the Ultimate Reset. I was not looking forward to this day when I started because it was our first softball tournament of the year. We played 4 games of which I played 2 in the field and had 5 at bats.
My brother has not seen me since I started the Ultimate Reset and who is also on my softball team said it looked like I had lost a lot of weight. Last summer I could play all four games easily. Not so much today.
Strength was no where near what it was prior to starting the reset. Throwing, running, and hitting suffered too. Played ok but not up to my standards. I did not cheat on the meals and even came home to make lunch in-between two of our games. At the end of the day I was exhausted.
For breakfast I went with Vegan Shakeology with a couple pieces of extra fruit. Needed the little bit of extra calories during the day. Came back home during our break between games and made the Spinach salad thingy. Dinner was a first for me. Roasted Fennel Bulb, Lemony Asparagus and Broccoli, and Brown Rice. The Fennel was interesting. Tasted like licorice.
Day 19: Was feeling a little sore today from playing in the softball tournament yesterday. I guess it was to be expected since Beachbody does not want you working out during the Ultimate Reset. Besides that I felt great. Energy levels were high. My appetite is coming back and I’m craving better foods.
Another big ol plate of fresh fruit for breakfast. Vegetable Miso Soup with a Microgreen Salad and slice of whole grain toast for lunch. Dinner was Mediterranean Roasted Beets, Baked Tempeh, and Coconut Collard Greens. Was very impressed by dinner.
Day 20: Probably had my best day of the Ultimate Reset. Had a good consistent energy through out the day. Went for a easy bike ride. Haven’t felt this good in a really long time. I caught myself wanting to do more things around the house and reminded myself there is no need to create extra work.
Its like I look forward to eating a big plate of fresh fruit every morning now. The Jicama-Avocado salad for lunch was tasty. Asian Stir-Fry with Braised Greens and Brown Rice for dinner was delicious.
Day 21: Today was my last day of the Beachbody Ultimate Reset. Did P90X Yoga X in the morning. I could definitely feel I was missing a lot of weight around my waist and stomach when doing some of the yoga poses. Had a double header softball game at night and batted ok but have lost a considerable amount of strength throwing the ball. I’m guessing its a combo of not working out for a month and my elbow injury. Another day where I felt great.
Breakfast was the usual plate of fresh fruit. For lunch we had a Carrot Seaweed Medley and Microgreen Salad. Dinner was Avocado-Cucumber Soup, Roasted Veggies, and Quinoa. The soup is awesome.
Week 3 Results : Down another 3.5 pounds for a total of 16 pounds lost.
Other Things I Noticed
I thought the Ultimate Reset was just going to be about losing weight but now think the weight loss was a small percentage of everything the reset does.
- Not Working Out Was Good – I just finished my first round of P90X2 and during the program it did not feel like my body was into it. My results were not impressive. After Day 4 of the Ultimate Reset my body was saying thank you for not beating it up. I guess with working out 5 days a week, playing double-header softball games twice a week, and putting 300 miles on my mountain bike last summer wore down my body. I was burnt out. The 3 weeks off gave my body a chance to chill.
- I Can Cook – Well, I could cook but now I can cook more things. Instead of spending an hour a day working out and 10 minutes throwing some food together I now focused 40 minutes learning how to prepare new foods.
- I Crave New Foods – Quinoa, Lentils, Kale, and other things were foreign to me before.
- Old Injuries Are Gone – Been dealing with a bad left knee for 5 years now. A snowboarding accident (Thanks Bigbird Lady!) and a line drive softball hit by my brother on my 29th birthday that hit me while I was standing on 1st base (Thanks Bro!) have made running or any leg workout a little painful. At the end of the 21 days I don’t notice pain anymore. Not sure if it feels better because of the lack of working out but I have a feeling the Alkalinize supplement had something to do with it. It helps reduce inflammation and I believe thats what it did. My elbow injury subsided too. It used to pop all the time and now it does it every once in a while. I guess it’s not fair to say my injuries are completely gone. However, I feel these supplements and the food have gone the natural route of healing the problem instead of taking anti-inflammatory pills and masking the problem.
- More Focused & Clear Headed – Got so much more work done in weeks 1 and 3.
- I Chew A Lot Of Gum – The Ultimate Reset guide said you can’t chew gum for the entire 21 days. Reason being is when you chew gum it sends a signal to your brain that you’re about to eat. I chew about 2 sticks of gum a day and another one every time I leave the house. Was weird breaking that habit.
- I Don’t Miss Coffee – I never was really a big fan of coffee in the first place but I got in the habit of having one cup a day over the past 2 years. Sometimes it would give me stomach aches and usually the buzz was too much. I did enjoy having something warm with breakfast and will try other things. Im sure I’ll have coffee in the future but will cut back on it.
- Breathing Easier – I’ve had sinus problems since junior high school so its normal to have to take deep breaths sometimes as I feel like I’m short on air. I did not notice either of those the last two weeks of the reset.
- I Like To Party…Too Much – This is probably the hardest one for me to accept. I don’t have a drinking problem but when the time comes to have a couple of drinks I do have a couple of drinks. I have a pretty good social life and there is always something to do. I don’t sit around my house drinking but when friends are around I will have a couple. We live in a downtown area so we take cabs to not have to deal with driving. It’s not that I didn’t think I could make it through the 3 weeks without having a drink it’s just that its been a long time being at social events not having a couple of drinks. Kind of like how a smoker has to smoke when other people are smoking. Going to the Tigers game, hanging out after softball games, and being around family were a test. What I noticed is that I talked to more people at those events because I didn’t have a drink in my hand. I can’t say if I enjoyed myself more as I was kind of tired due to the detoxing but I did have better conversations with people. I’m not going to stop drinking but this has been a good experience and needed break. Kind of crazy how much better you feel on Saturday or Sunday when you wake up not feeling fuzzy.
Any Good Tips?
- Don’t Do It Alone – If you live with someone than pony up the money and buy two Ultimate Reset kits. It would have been a pain in the butt if Andrea and I were making two separate meals every time we ate.
- Check Tomorrows Meals – There were a couple times where breakfast took 30 minutes to prepare.
- Prepare Meals The Night Before – Make lunches and have tomorrows breakfast items ready to go.
How Much Does The Beachbody Ultimate Reset Cost?
- Week 1 – Whole Foods – $324.86
- Week 2 – Trader Joes & Hollywood Market – $202.02
- Week 3 – Whole Foods – $159.63
- Sushi Restaurant – $73.48
What If The Beachbody Ultimate Reset Does Nothing For Me?
Beachbody has a 30 day money back guarantee so if you don’t like it then return whatever Beachbody Ultimate Reset kit you bought and get a full refund (minus s&h). You have nothing to lose out on financially for 30 days with this 21 day program.
Would You Do Another Ultimate Reset?
Yes. It’s crazy to think how much weight I lost in a short period of time plus how much better I feel. Definitely doing the Ultimate Reset at least once a year. Probably in slow activity months for me like December or January.
Who Could Benefit From Doing The Ultimate Reset?
Everybody. I was healthy and fit before doing it and lost a lot of weight. So if you’re in shape don’t think you can’t benefit from doing it once a year.
Why Do The Ultimate Reset Before P90X Or Insanity?
Too many people (myself included) thought you could just do the workout and get results. Many people get frustrated after the first month (if they even made it that far) if they were not seeing results and would usually quit saying the workout didn’t work.
When I would ask them how they did with the meal plan they admitted they never followed it. I was in the same boat when I started. What I’ve come to realize after completing the Ultimate Reset is you are asked to commit to almost 13 hours a week with P90X or Insanity and not the 6 hours your required to do with the workouts. How could this be?
Not only are you being asked to open up 6 hours of time into your schedule for the workouts you’re actually being asked for another 7 hours for cooking and grocery shopping. You might think you already spend time on the food part anyways so it shouldn’t count. But it does. I probably spent 2 hours at the grocery store buying the things on the week 1 shopping list for the Ultimate Reset. You should have seen me at Whole Foods trying to find things. I had no clue where things were so I was going back and forth around the store.
When it was time to cook I had to search for the new things in the fridge as I had no idea what they were, get out all the ingredients, read how to properly prepare them, get out measuring cups, and set timers so I knew when to check the food. It was quite a bit of work. You should have seen the amount of dirty dishes in the sink. But why is this all worth it?
If you think you have 10+ pounds to lose then you probably have more. I lost 16 pounds in the 21 days when I thought I only had 5 to lose. If you’ve already committed 6 hours in your head to working out then you might as well flip that and spend the same six hours focusing 100% on what goes into your body.
Don’t go and beat yourself up with P90X or Insanity with a lot of extra weight. The success rate is very low for people who have extra weight because it’s too much too soon. If the end goal is to change your health for the long-term than your better off investing that same 6 hours into learning about what goes into your body and then transitioning to working out. You’ll drop the additional weight, have an understanding of how important the foods are, and be better prepared for the craziness of P90X or Insanity. Remember, its only 21 days.
The Beachbody Ultimate Reset Is Too Expensive
You’re not the first person to say so. Save 25% off the Beachbody Ultimate Reset (and anything else Beachbody sells) when you sign up as a Beachbody Coach. Its what I am. Its very common for people to sign up as a coach for the discounts.
There is a one time $39 sign up fee and $15 a month afterwards to stay in the coach/discount program. The savings add up on the purchase of the kit for one and they really add up when you purchase Shakeology on the monthly autoship for free shipping. You’ll see the 25% discount during sign up.
My Final Thoughts About The Beachbody Ultimate Reset
I never thought I would get so much out of a program like this. I always thought if I ate ok and worked out a lot it would take care of the cheat meals and beers. I guess not. On day 15 I came across another great Tony Horton quote – “You can’t out train a bad diet.” Even with taking Shakeology every day there are still another 3-4 meals a day you need to eat and all that Shakeology really does is provide you with the nutrition you need to get through the day plus some calories to fill you up for awhile.
It was doing all of those things for me but the Ultimate Reset showed me how much more I needed to do to live a healthy life moving forward. I’m sure I missed out on a couple of things and I know this Beachbody Ultimate Reset review is very lengthy. I was just trying to tell you as much as I can from the notes I took during the 21 days.
Feel free to leave a comment below if you have questions about the Ultimate Reset.