Big cities, small apartments, no gym, no problem! Are you still working and working out at home? If so, then this P.volve review is for you. We still haven’t resumed our gym memberships and have been working out with P.volve. P.volve is a safe, functional movement-based method that elongates muscles and builds strength. We are excited to share our P.volve review with you.
P.volve Review: What is P.volve?
P.volve was developed by Stephen Pasterino to tone muscles and build strength. We visited their studio a few times pre-pandemic, and used their steaming app a few times a week during the pandemic. We also went to their studio earlier this summer. Combining P.volve with the HIIT and cardio sessions that we’ve been doing for years has helped us stay in shape during the pandemic. With this streaming app, you can work out on your own schedule.
P.volve Review: Using P.volve to Workout at Home
Home. Sweat. Home. P.volve’s equipment is lightweight and easy to store. We recommend the Total Transformation Kit, so that you can do all the workouts. Streaming costs $19.99 monthly (or $179.99 annually) and classes range from 15 minutes to an hour. When we are working out at home, we stream to our TV.
You can also watch on your smartphone or laptop.
You can filter the workouts by equipment (or no equipment), and then just follow the P.volve instructor. We prefer listening to a professional trainer versus planning out our individual workouts. This is why P.volve classes are some of our best at home workouts.
P.volve Review: Phase and Function
P.volve recently launched the Phase and Function series to work with the ebb and flow of your hormones to help you feel empowered. The app will give you a personalized workout and meal plan based on your cycle. You’ll track your cycle and then P.volve will recommend phase-specific workouts and meal plans that match the ebb and flow of your hormones to all four phases of your cycle. P.volve also has a team of experts including an OBGYN, nutritionist, health coach and trainers. These experts will teach you how to listen to your body and minimize symptoms of PMS and PMDD.
P.volve Review: The Equipment
P.volve has a variety of proprietary equipment that amplify their workouts. They also have no equipment workouts or you can modify exercises without the equipment. If you are new to P.volve, consider the Essentials Kit. This introductory kit includes: P-ball, P-band, heavy ankle band, ankle weights and gliders. We highly recommend these pieces for targeted toning. If you want to try all the workouts and are ready for advanced workouts, consider the Total Transformation Kit .
The patented, revolutionary inflatable P-ball tones the arms, legs and abs. We use it for both upper and lower body workouts. For lower body workouts, you put it on like a pair of pants and it activates the glutes, thighs and core. It feels awkward and even more awkward to photograph it. However, your legs are going to feel fantastic after a few weeks with it. For upper body workouts, you’ll hold the ball in your hands and rotate your body up and down or left and right.
The P.3 trainer uses resistance training to span the entire length of the body with two, ankle straps, an attachable handle and an attachable 1.5-lb ball. The P.3 trainer targets the arms, legs and abs and you can use it while standing up or on the mat.
This year, give P.volve and the Phase & Function program a try. P.volve has increased our muscle definition, improved our posture and enhanced our hip and shoulder mobility. You can use the code TWINS15 for a 15% off and get a 15-day free trial.
I’m not gonna let Corona get in the way of a great workout.Anonymous