I received the Strength Stack 52 Complete Pack through a promotion.
- Created by military fitness expert and scientist Sergeant Michael Volkin
- No equipment needed
- Bodyweight exercise card game
- Variety helps maximize muscle confusion and increase strength gains
- Fun and motivating
- May take as little as 5 min a day
- Single player or multiplayer
- Cards range from beginner to elite
I never really thought of fitness, workouts, or exercising as a game to either challenge yourself or others. I've tried going to the gym or some workout videos or exercise programs. I never stuck with them for long because I didn't have the motivation there or they were boring to do alone.
The Strength Stack 52 exercise card game is great for challenging your friends by playing with the cards for different workouts. You can play games like war, with the person who draws the lowest does both exercises. You can also create your own exercise card games with the Strength Stack 52. For example, you could use it as a way to keep track of what exercising you've done during the week and keep score. Then try to beat that score the next week.
There's weight loss and fitness cards. Majority of the cards are different and keeps you doing a different type of exercise or routine each time you use the cards.
The dice are a great part of the pack. Each side of the dice has a different type of workout to do. Each dice is color coded by skill level or how difficult the exercise is. The white dice can be used to tell you how many of the exercise to do, how many reps, or how long to do the exercise. The exercise card game can be as customized as you want it to be.
I love that each card has a description of how to do the exercise. Many of the exercises or workouts, I had not heard of before. The QR code to a video demonstrating each exercise is also helpful.
Check out more about the Strength Stack 52 set here.