Shortcut to Shred Jim Stoppani

Shortcut to Shred Jim Stoppani

By Bodybuilding.com

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-02-06
  • Current Version: 2.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 70.91 MB
  • Developer: Bodybuilding.com
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
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From 1,764 Ratings

Description

Shortcut to Shred is the ultimate fat-loss workout plan by Dr. Jim Stoppani. Each week, you’ll perform six HIIT workouts that will help you lose weight, build muscle, and finally show those abs. Along with this exercise program, you’ll get full workout and exercise videos, diet help, workout tracking, and access Bodybuilding.com All Access. Through All Access, you’ll get 20+ other workout apps and 50+ workout plans. Introductory overview videos 6-week workout plan with tracking Step-by-step exercise videos Diet plan with sample meals, food list, and macros Bodybuilding.com All Access is a content subscription service that includes over 50 premium fitness plans created by world-class personal trainers, athletes, and experts. Every plan features informational videos, daily workouts, nutrition guidance, and expert supplement advice, with new plans and courses added every month. While several plans have dedicated apps like this one, please visit Bodybuilding.com to view the complete suite of subscriber's only content.   All Access includes two subscription options: $8.99 per month or $89.99 per year. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. No refunds will be issued after the annual subscription fee has been charged. Your annual or monthly subscription will automatically renew within 24 hours at the end of each subscription cycle. You can cancel auto-renew and manage your subscription at any time by tapping "Manage Subscriptions" within the app. Please view our Terms of Use for further information: www.bodybuilding.com/fun/all-access-terms-conditions.html.

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  • Don’t use bodybuilding.com!

    1
    By Valid_name
    Been a member with you guys for years always used your plans as a blueprint and now when I want to get back into shape I thought back to what I used before and you app came to mind now I see I can’t even go on unless I have a subscription absolutely ridiculous you were free for years and now your just trying to take advantage of all your loyal members that you built
  • I’m have used shortcut to size and Shred

    1
    By Money_Cartoon_101
    In the past I have used shortcut to size shortcut to shred often I don’t think it’s fair to make people have to A subscription costs for service that was given to users for free . I’m totally cool paying for an app give me the link to purchase each app and I’ll gladly do so
  • Bait and switch

    1
    By dancrask
    BodyBuilding.com plastered this and Stoppani’s Size program on the packaging of all JYM products for years, touting both as FREE programs to put the body and supps to use. Now that BB is in a massive cash crunch, they’re looking for any way to earn back revenue lost to better e-comm competitors like TigerFitness and Suppz. How? By charging for what was free. Not only is this bad form from a once trustworthy brand, but it smells of something unethical. BB had my trust and my dollars, but no more because of bait and switch tactics like this.
  • No longer free

    5
    By Caddy-lac
    Seems all the good apps are no longer free, looks like I’ll just go to the website and pull the workouts for free
  • Eric

    5
    By Helen28Jun71
    I can see this is exactly what I’m looking for in my workouts. Keeps the blood flowing for sure !!! Looking forward to tomorrow’s demands.
  • Was great when it was free

    1
    By Bchriste1213
    This plan was free for years until I woke up one morning and tried to log in before hitting the gym. Suddenly they want $8.99 a month? Frustrating thing was they did it with no warning. Totally understand it’s a business and they need to make money to keep making great programs but Im very cost oriented when it comes to fitness so this does not work for me. The cost is almost as much as my gym membership.
  • Shame on you

    1
    By AJZ21
    You lost a follower, I understand charging for something new, but you gave us the app for free for years and then you came up with this? Shame on you.
  • Shake my head.

    1
    By Brandonrox1990
    While the app is great and I appreciate the time and effort put into this app and program. I can’t justify $8.99 a month/$88.99 for 6weeks of workout plans. In addition to the $8.99 a month or $88.99 a year if you foolishly pay for that, you’ll have to pay for the shortcut to shred stack for $156.99 -__- Cmon.... Seriously... Why!?!?.... Are you not making enough money off of being the “amazon” of supplements? How bad are you hurting to charge a monthly fee? I will be deleting this app and will change my review when the it goes back to being free. This is as greedy tactic. If anyone asks me about the shred app I’ll have to tell them not to pay and do their own individual research for free. Because that’s what people did before this app and what people will continue to do instead of paying your ridiculous fee. I don’t need a reply explaining why this is a good idea and the justification of why you need to charge $8.99 a month for workout plans. You make enough money off of me as it is.
  • Makes no sense...

    1
    By Francis3rd
    This same program was free but now they are forcing you to pay for other programs you have no interest in just to view this.....
  • Greed strikes again

    1
    By tborja45
    I have enjoyed this app for years, both shred and size versions. Recommended it to friends, family, sailors and marines. I get people have to make money but if you already made this app free for so long and set that as standard, it’s a slap in the face to consumers to charge for the service now. You’re not paying for the startup creative design now—it’s all maintenance costs at this point. Whoever made this decision I hope sees the long term impact of the loss of revenue for this cheap gain ploy. And even if I were to pay for this product, I wouldn’t pay what you’re asking. Too high a price point. No thanks, not interested.

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