Whatever it Takes

He’s got muscles the size of mountains. Shoulders as wide as valleys. Biceps like battleships. We’re talking, of course, about Body Beast® creator and master motivator, Sagi Kalev.

Who better than Sagi to inspire your body into beast mode this month? Remember, you’ll have a HUGE opportunity to start fast with the Body Beast Challenge Pack. All month long, the price of the Challenge Pack dips to $160. That’s over $70 of savings if you  were to buy these programs and products separately. So if you’re ready to do “whatever it takes” to make this an amazing August, then sit down and read on!

What are your top motivational tips for fitness and life in general, Sagi?

Everything counts. Every day; every meal; every workout; every choice. There’s a gift and a lesson in every life experience, so don’t focus on what other people do. Just go for it. And do your best!

How would you pitch Body Beast to a stranger in an elevator?

Body Beast® is an easy-to-follow program that will help you safely build sculpted muscle mass in only 90 days. The program is highlighted by Dynamic Set Training, supplements, and, of course, proper nutrition.

Can everyone do Body Beast? Is it just for men?

Anyone can do it – male or female. It’s all about results. Your body will be sculpted quickly. Your shoulders will get rounder, your waist will get smaller, and your v-tape is going to be visible. Basically, this program will turn you into one fat-burning beastie machine.

What’s the one thing that sets Body Beast apart?

My 25 years of experience. Studying, competing, losing, winning, training, and living. Body Beast is helping so many people get to the top of their success in fitness and to their ultimate level of health and confidence.

What’s the best piece of advice you ever received?

Trust yourself. After all, you always know the truth.

Who do you admire? Who inspires you?

I’m inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Rock (Dwayne Johnson), Michael Jordan, Oprah, Deepak Chopra, Joel Osteen, and Tony Robbins. As fas as who I admire most, it would have to be my mom!

Read any good books lately? What’s your favorite Personal Development book?

I just finished reading, Your Gut Is Your Second Brain. That was a very good book. But my favorite Personal Development book of all time is Jack Canfield’s, The Success Principles.

What’s your guilty pleasure? What do you splurge on?

First of all, I don’t have any guilt. When I eat, I enjoy it. Life is all about balance. That said, Cinnabon is right on top. Auntie Annie’s pretzels are second. And third on the list is Mocha ice cream.

If you hadn’t become a fitness trainer, what would you be doing instead?

I would have been a doctor, a chef, or maybe even an FBI agent!