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Strength Stack 52 Review

My children were pretty excited when I told them we were going to review Strength Stack 52 Fitness Cards.
Strength Stack 52
Military fitness expert Sergeant Mike Volkin is the creator of Strength Stack 52. He created this unique deck of fitness cards for his mother. In 2011 she was going through chemo treatments that would leave her drained mentally and physically. Eventually people were asking for their own fitness cards and the results is Strength Stack 52.
So what exactly is Strength Stack 52? It’s a deck of fitness cards that you can play games like War, Crazy Eights, Flick Em, and more! My children loved War and played that almost daily!

Each card has a picture of the exercise, how many reps or time, instructions, level, color, and even a video link. You can scan the code using your mobile device or you can type in the video link and watch how to do the exercise from your computer. 
The ability to watch the exercise on a video link is a huge help for someone like me who is a visual learner. I really appreciated being able to see how to properly do each exercise.
Anatomy Card
Another neat feature that we liked about the Strength Stack 52 fitness cards was the color coding.

The cards are numbered not only to play the games but also to let you know the difficulty of the exercise. 1 being the easiest.

Each card also has a skill level:
~B = beginner
~I = intermediate
~A = advanced

You can download samples and a 4 week Turn and Burn Fitness Routine from Strength Stack 52 website. The Turn and Burn Fitness Routine does exactly what it says, because I felt the burn!
Strength Stack 52
How did we use Strength Stack 52? Because I’m a schedule follower the first thing I did was print the Turn and Burn Fitness Routine. It includes a 7 day schedule so you get to choose which day(s) to take off. We chose Sunday.

My kids would wake up early to do their exercises. Even my sleepy head Brent. He doesn’t just wake up for anything so I knew he really enjoyed using this fitness program with his siblings.
Strenght Stack 52
I thought the Wall Sit was going to be a breeze, I mean it’s only for 30 seconds right?
Strength Stack 52
The next day we knew we had worked out some muscles that have not been used for a while. In fact my son Joshua said, “Don’t let Mr. Long get a hold of these cards!”

My older boys are members of Alert Cadet which uses military style drills and exercises, so I knew Strength Stack 52 gave my children a good workout.

My kids loved when I would join in playing the games with them. They not only did what was scheduled but played the games daily as well which told me they thought Strength Stack 52 was a lot of fun! 

My daughter Annette is already planning to purchase the Expansion Pack and the Insane Deck (each set of cards cost $16.95)
Save 20% by purchasing all 3 sets.
Best Deal!
If you are looking for a fun way to get your children (and you) moving. I would encourage you to give Strength Stack 52 a try. Your heart will thank you. I know mine is much happier these days!

I also want to mention that you don’t need any special equipment to get started. Just the deck of cards.

You can connect with Strength Stack 52: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and Google+

Periodic Table of bodyweight exercises
Please visit Strength Stack 52’s website to view the full size of the Periodic Table of Exercises and get the code as well.

**Disclaimer:  I received this product, at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are mine

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