PIIT 3.0 Review

So this review comes a little bit late, since I actually finished the month challenge last month! But now that I have the time to sit down and look back on the third series of this Pilates Intense Interval workout program, it’s kind of amazing to see how far I’ve come since last yearย when PIIT 1.0 was first released. Here is my before/after picture:

 

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It’s not that drastic of a change visually, but I feel like most of the change (well, for me at least) all has to do with my mentality and physical endurance. During PIIT 1.0 I could barely get through a set without my shoulders or legs tiring out! That was a year ago. Now, I can push through my sets without needing to stop and rest. What I love the most is seeing my own progress, little by little—FullSizeRender 22The first time I did knee-in flyers (photo on left), I. was. DYING. But now that I’ve gained more shoulder strength and endurance, I have more fun with it! Yesterday I was doing them and felt myself almost fly up into a handstand and hold it :O I’ve never done a handstand in my life, so just knowing that I can almost do one gives me a little bit more confidence!

Another thing that I also really like about this program is that it’s onlyย 30 minutes to get through. I’m pretty lazy, so knowing that this amount of time is only a teeny tiny part of my day kicks me into gear—whether I’m fitting in this 30 minutes first thing in the morning or late at night. What also helps me, whenever I’m halfway through, is thinking “Oh I only have 14 minutes to go??? That’s not much, I got this!”

 

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mentally breaking down PIIT makes it easier for me to charge through ๐Ÿ˜€

 

 

I think the major hurdle in the beginning of doing PIIT was finding the time to do it on a daily basis, but once I stuck to my schedule, it wasn’t that bad. Also, remember to take that rest day to let your body relax and get itself ready for the next six days! What also helped was the PIITster community that I followed over on Instagram. Whenever I felt lazy, I would scroll through and see everyone else killing their workouts–it inspired and motivated me to get off my lazy butt!

 

 

What’s new with PIIT28 is that you can buy all three programs at once now! There are also other options that include the 28 Day Reset Meal planย if you’re interested. Here are the different packs:

The Power Pack is basically what I have and will continue to use. Now that I’m finished with the program, I still do PIIT 3.0, but also try to incorporate other things that I enjoy doing (running on the beach, yoga) to balance myself out. What’s awesome is that with each workout program you get a beautiful e-book and a PIIT portal that has breakdowns of each move along with modifications, a bonusย Get Flexy e-book that includes warm-up and cool down stretches for each targeted area (arms, legs, total body), along with a #PIITstagram calendar to follow and use as a way to connect with the PIIT community. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Transformation Pack (PIIT 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 + 28 Day Resetย (worth $149 but since it’s a bundle it’s discounted to $99–saving $49!)

If I were living on my own and had more control over meals and whatnot (I live with my family), then I would’ve totally gotten the 28 Day Reset! While I haven’t tried it myself, I’ve heard lots of positive reviews about the reset helping PIITsters to reach their goals in becoming healthier and fitter overall. The 28 Day Reset is described to: “help you tackle stubborn fat, bloating, acne, and with a focus on increasing your energy levels.”

There are also Vegan options, too, if you just want to get the Vegan 28 Day Reset, or the full Transformation Pack!

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If you just want to try it out, they still have just PIIT 1.0 workout program–but I think it’s a deal to get all the programs in one buy! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below! ๐Ÿ™‚

 

 

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5 thoughts on “PIIT 3.0 Review

  1. Valentina says:

    Hey ๐Ÿ™‚
    One month ago I bought the PIIT28 1.0 and i’m finishing it right now. I will do the included round 2 but I’d like to go directly to th ePIIT28 2.0 after that. My only Problem ist that I don’t get how to buy ONLY one program. I only find the power pack with all PIIT28 (1.0 / 2.0 / 3.0) included. I already bought the first PIIT28 and I only Need the second and the third one…. can you help me pls? hahah

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    • mintelatesfitnessjourney says:

      Hi! If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of the PIIT28 website (after you’ve signed in), there are links to PIIT2.0 and PIIT3.0, I think you might have to buy them separately? It’s too bad they don’t sell packs for just 2.0 and 3.0 ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

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  2. charandtheweb says:

    Hi there fellow Popster! I got about half way through PIIT1.0 but the jumps were too much for my little flat to handle! I’m so excited about her new series that she launched on Sunday though, flat proof, no jumping. You look fantastic by the way. I love the results of Pop Pilates, and more importantly, the satisfaction it gives me. How awesome is Cassey?

    Would you be interested in sharing your thoughts and posts with our community of health, fitness and nutrition enthusiasts over at โ€œThe Active Youโ€? Weโ€™d love to hear what you have to say. You can check us out over at https://www.facebook.com/groups/theactiveyou!

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      • charandtheweb says:

        I know right, I tried it in the beginning of the week. The stranding stuff really kills me, I have to work on my balance for sure haha. Great to hear that, hope to see you in the group!

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