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Supreme 90 Day

Supreme 90 Day

Use muscle confusion to get the ripped body you want.

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  • Established: 2010
  • Founder: Tom Holland
  • Headquarters: Fairfield, New Jersey
  • Accessibility: Online
  • Diet Type: Fitness DVD with nutrition guide
  • Gender: Male, female
  • Celebrity Endorsements: Tosca Reno

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Those looking for a workout that will keep your body at peak performance and hold your interest may like the Supreme 90 Day workout. This workout is similar to the P90X workout that involves muscle confusion so that your body is always working and gets you great results at a faster pace. Muscle confusion incorporates new techniques constantly so that your body is challenged. You don’t have to worry about your workouts being boring or becoming part of a routine. Supreme 90 Day is a workout that you continue for a full 90 days. The program comes at a very reasonable price and can be done in your home. You can get amazing results in just 90 days without ever having to leave your house.

This program comes with 10 DVDs that continually increase your performance as you progress. Instead of hitting a plateau as you might from doing the same workout for an extended period of time, Supreme 90 Day gives you results throughout by shocking the muscles. This type of program is ideal for those that want to shred fat and have a ripped muscle appearance. With the purchase of the DVDs you will receive a progress chart and a nutrition guide by Tosca Reno. An independent clinical study done on Supreme 90 Day showed that 88 percent of participants were able to shed body fat and sculpt their body.

  • Workouts use muscle confusion for constant results
  • No need to go to the gym for effective workouts
  • Program is very reasonably priced
  • Independent clinical study done to show effectiveness
  • Includes all the DVDs you need to complete the program
  • DVDs come with nutrition guide
  • Great for those that want to get ripped and melt fat
  • Offers challenging workouts
  • Users report great results from using the program
  • Although nutrition guide is included, working out is the dominant focus
  • Not a plan that works for those with large amounts of weight to lose

With Supreme 90 Day, your main focus is on working out. The program does include a nutrition guide from Tosca Reno so that you can watch your calorie intake as well. Reno is known for her expertise on clean eating. That style of eating includes eating five to six small meals each day, avoiding saturated fat, drinking plenty of water and always eating breakfast. Of course your portion sizes are important as well. Some of the dishes you might eat while on the Supreme 90 Day include:

  • Scrambled tofu with spinach and tomato
  • Beef and arugula salad
  • Black bean and corn salad
  • Chocolate-coated frozen bananas
  • Braised beans
  • Honey almond cookies

Exercising is the key to Supreme 90 Day. Using workouts that specialize in muscle confusion, you will receive constant results throughout your 90 days on the program. Your body can adjust to a workout if you constantly do the same activity and work the same muscle groups. If your body gets comfortable you can hit a plateau and stop seeing the results that you want. With muscle confusion workouts, you are constantly changing things so the muscles are shocked and continue working hard. The program comes with 10 different fitness DVDs that work the entire body. Each DVD focuses on a particular muscle group and is designed to give you fast results. You receive instructions what DVD to use depending on what stage you are in on the program. All of the DVDs include a full body workout that is effective and will get you results. The workouts are broken into three 30 day stages.


Working out to get results can be a hard thing to do if you don’t have the right guidance. Many people want to get into shape and some want to join that elite group of people with chiseled and defined bodies. You can turn your body around in just 90 days with the workout routine Supreme 90 Day. This workout program gives you a great workout over 90 days that incorporates muscle confusion. These will keep your body from getting used to the workout because things will constantly be changing. This will keep your muscles working giving you dramatic results in a short period of time. The trend of muscle confusion is gaining popularity because of the possible results. Supreme 90 Day is not a program that you would use if you have a lot of weight to lose. It can be a great program for those wanting to lower their body fat percentage and tone up their bodies.

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WEBSITE WARNING - Look, I don't know if the product is any good or not. I clicked the order button the website, and immediately entered my Credit Card into. Then, after declining at least 5 additional offers (all very tricky in their wording), I was provided a 'confirmation' page explaining the charges would be $31.97 instead of $19.99. Extra charges for processing and shipping. OK, I guess you should expect to pay some shipping. But then in very small print, it states "please allow 3-6 weeks for processing." Are you kidding me? I'm motivated now, not six weeks from now. What a joke. So, on the 'confirmation page' there's no confirmation number. I called the 1-800 number for Tele-brands within 2 minutes. The lady took my 'request' for cancellation, but couldn't guarantee my order was canceled. She said I could call back after 48 hours to see if it canceled.
SHORT VERSION- Others have stated the website was poor. I couldn't agree more. Go to the local store and buy this. Don't use the website.

posted Mar 22nd, 2011 2:08 pm



Supreme 90 Fitness DVDsHello- I'm waiting on my dvds to arrive but I have a few questions for the ppl who have already started on the program. For the women, do the workouts buff you up too much in the upper body region? Do you think it's better to use lighter weights for the upper body (to lessen bulk) and heavier for the lower body? Also, are yoga and/or pilates incorporated at all? Is it too much cardio? Overall, do you like it? Thanks

posted Mar 20th, 2011 2:11 pm



I purchased this from Bed, Bath, & Beyond 19.99 + tax and shipping 5.99 total 28.38. I placed the order on Wednesday got it Monday. It came Friday night , but UPS does not have Saturday delivery. About two weeks Start 289 today 278 i even feel better. The warm ups are about the same on each workout cd, I had a hard day at work after the leg workout, i never done a workout that had my butt and legs hurting so bad (good pain) i could NOT move from my desk at all. I'm not on the diet plan that came with DVD set. Overall this is a good workout.

I have Insanity, Turbo Jam, Zumba, and Cathe Hiit, but Supreme 90 is on my level I will try insanity or Cathe hiit again when i get down to 230 pounds.

posted Mar 19th, 2011 1:19 pm


Great workout. I have P90X as well and I prepfer the Supreme 90 to P90X. It's faster, more cardio based so you're finished in less time, Awesome product for $20, I bought one at bed bath and Beyond and one for a friend at Walgreens.

posted Mar 18th, 2011 12:51 pm



I bought this from Bed, Bath, & Beyond for $19.99 +tax. I usually avoid buying straight from the infomercial since you can't really read the fine print. I always treat these like a scam and usually bet that I can find it in a store to avoid the 2x charging or s/h fees.
The equipment is pretty simple too. I like the idea of having two sets of weights and an exercise ball (extra $50 max). No need to put up a bar anywhere.
I'm on Day 2 and I'm sore. But, sore is good according the DVDs.
So far, so good!

posted Mar 15th, 2011 4:26 pm



I purchased my Supreme 90 at Walgreens and I love it!!

posted Mar 14th, 2011 5:40 pm


I just purchased from Bed Bath and Beyond for $19.99+tax. Did the first workout dvd and it does require dumbbells and an exercise ball. Two sets (4 total) of dumbbells should suffice - one light and one heavy. The light set is used for exersices requiring your arms to be fully extended.

I recommend watching the first DVD to get an idea of the exercises you will be doing in order to properly determine the correct dumbbell weight for you. Also, with the exercise ball, be sure to get the right one for your individual height.

I will comment again if I get to another DVD that requires additional equipment.

Overall, seems to be a great workout program.

posted Mar 14th, 2011 1:42 pm



I am 14 days into the work out and diet. I have already noticed results! Especially in my legs. People have asked me why I am standing taller. I recommend this product.

posted Mar 11th, 2011 5:40 am

Barbara Hermann


Was charged for and sent two, when I only wanted one. Terrible website, buy in a store. That said, I like the workout DVD.

posted Mar 8th, 2011 2:21 pm


I wouldn't buy this off their website. Ive heard a lot of people with problems from them. Call bed bath and beyonds 1800 number and ask for the dvd set. if they can't find it tell them it is SKU 18109743.. they will look up what stores carry it around you. if there aren't any they can have it shipped to the store (for free i believe) or they can ship it to your house. Any way to get around their website sounds like a great option. The only downfall is the one i got at BBB doesn't have the bonus abs DVD. There is an option to buy it for 6.99 but with their customer service issues i don't even know if it is worth it.

posted Mar 3rd, 2011 5:40 pm


Horrible customer service. I ordered online, then was charged for two sets of DVD's. When I called customer service, they suggested I give the extra set to a family member as a gift. I asked to speak to a supervisor or manager and the tech then started with "your phone is starting to break up" and would not answer my questions or refer me to a supv/mgr. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT ONLINE.

posted Mar 3rd, 2011 3:22 pm


I just purchased miy Supreme Body Workout at Bed Bath Beyond $19.99. Plus use there 20% off coupons for discount. Don't have to wait for shipping and posting credit card information!

posted Mar 2nd, 2011 11:21 am


I just purchased miy Supreme Body Workout at Bed Bath Beyond $19.99. Plus use there 20% off coupons for discount. Don't have to wait for shipping and posting credit card information! I'm excited to try it out and see if I can get that "final" firmer definition I've been waiting for!

posted Mar 2nd, 2011 11:20 am


From the commercials and such I noticed dumbells in use. and I guess my question is for people that have used the program. Are there other equipment requirements?

posted Mar 1st, 2011 12:51 am



Are there other equipment requirements?From the commercials and such I noticed dumbells in use. and I guess my question is for people that have used the program. Are there other equipment requirements?

posted Mar 1st, 2011 12:49 am



I think both are good I have done workout

posted Feb 25th, 2011 6:39 pm



I saw Supreme 90 at Walgreens for $19.99 and I'm going to get there first thing in the morning and purchase it. So, though I said I like it, it's more that I like the idea of it.

Most of the reviews of the actual workouts say it's a great program. I have Tony Horton's book and he plainly says that it's muscle confusion and not specifically P90X that works. In theory, you could mix up different gym workout classes and get similar results.

I've read some say Supreme 90 is intense, but not as intense as P90X. That's fine with me. I can't afford the $120 right now and, though I work out currently, I've never done a muscle confusion workout. So, Supreme 90 will at least be a starting point for me. I'll do the 90 days and if I feel I need something more, then I might get P90X ... but seriously, P90X is way overpriced IMO.

posted Feb 23rd, 2011 10:51 pm


Just ordered off ebay for 40.00(includes shipping) and im super psyched!should be here around the 28th! Is it hard for a teenaged boy?

posted Feb 21st, 2011 4:23 pm



Got my Supreme 90 Day workout today. It did take from January 15th until today to get here. I did order the expidited shipping and it was 10.00 since they could not get my order out with expidited shipping they refunded my card the 10.00. Stop knocking this program. I have had great results with customer service and refunds etc. The workouts are intense. I did the first one and I watched a few others. The meal plan is very thorough and it actually gives you a meal by meal plan for the first 30 days which is 6 meals per day. I think this was an AWESOME investment and I think ANYONE who is questioning buying the product should do it. I own P90X and I enjoy this workout better already. It is start to finish with warm up and cool down approx 40 mins. All I can say is BUY this program before they jack the prices up to the Tony Horton rate of 120.00. Just my 2 cents!

posted Feb 14th, 2011 4:04 pm



I have P90x, Project You, BBL, etc. Supreme 90 is a fantastic deal and the workouts are led by Tom Holland who is a reputable, long time video instructor.

I ordered online back in november and it did take a while to get the workouts but I am guessing they were not ready yet as suddenly everyone received shipping notices at the same time (belong to videofitness.com and several of us ordered from the website). There are plenty of thoughts and reviews at videofitness.com in addition to a checkin for a group of us following the rotation.

I am on week 2 of the rotation and really like them. The workouts are intense but shorter than P90x (40 to 45 minutes vs 60) and Tom Holland does not try to act like Tony Horton. He's more low key and offers lots of pointers. The exercises are different but challenging.

The Tabata one slayed me!! It's hard but with the rests, I squeaked through. I had lots of soreness in my glutes, quads, hamstrings and shoulders the first week but now they are easing up and I can focus on the moves more. I see an improvement in the number of guy pushups I can do this week. Well worth $19. I usually pay more than than for one workout dvd, much less the whole system. It might be my imagination but my jeans feel a little loser in the legs but I think it too soon to tell.

posted Feb 9th, 2011 3:16 pm


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