Everyone knows that in sport, the seconds count, and you need to be as quick as possible. That is exactly what the Truth About Quickness by Alex Maroko and Kelly Baggett promises to help teach you, how to be quicker and faster. The program is a physical product that you can actually hold in your hands, the manuals and DVD's, and you can access it all online as well. Program is backed by a 60 day money back guarantee.
Truth About Quickness by Alex Maroko and Kelly Baggett
Truth About Quickness Review
Training Guru Alex Maroko and world renowned performance coach Kelly Bagget want to turn you onto the 'Truth about Quickness". After years of research and experiments in different sporting fields, they have come up with the ultimate system guaranteed to make you quick. According to them, people do not have to be born quick to become quick. "The Truth about Quickness Insiders System 2.0" uses several breakthrough non linear techniques that are designed to help athletes of all sports and all levels. The workouts take just 9 minutes a day and the results stay with you even after you stop working out.
What you Get:
-TAQ 2.0 DVD: Plus Access to the Video Library
-TAQ 2.0 Action Program Manual
-TAQ 2.0 Workbook
-Ultimate Insiders Warm Up
-“The Flexibility Formula” DVD
-“Equipment-FREE Explosiveness” Training Manual
-“The Champion's Mindset” Online DVD
-Fat-Loss Finishers For Athletes
-“The Top 7 Classic Muscle Building Exercises” DVD
-Lifetime 15% Off Coupon to JumpUSA
The price for the system is $117 which is a bit steep for a downloadable product. However, you do happen get access to a whole ton of workout videos (which are not cheap) so the price just may be worth it.
What Others Think:
Both Alex Maroko and Kelly Baggett are well known in the fitness community, especially in the world of basketball. Maroko's ball handling skills program has been very well received, although some critics claim that it is over-hyped a bit. Baggett also seems to be the go-to guy when it comes to getting vertical, his Vertical Jump Guide treated as the bible among Vert freaks. It would seem that a product produced by this dynamic duo would be impervious to claims of being a scam.
Looking into the various forums, however, it appears that many athletes and trainers simply do not believe the hype. The biggest problems that people seem to have about this program are the empty promises that it makes and the hefty price tag that it has attached to it. Critics of the program point to the creators lack of naming the pros that they supposedly help train and find their credentials as lacking as well. Others complain about the score of spam emails they end up getting afterwards that promote other products. You also get a sense that not a whole lot of production values were placed in the workout videos either.
While this program may be a bit hyped, it is also a pretty good seller with a return rate that is acceptable for a product that costs as much as it does. Some people who looked into the Truth about Quickness Program do concede that this program does contain some effective drills that will undoubtedly help you with your performance. However, these workouts are generally considered warm up drills and will probably not turn you into a world class athlete.
Looking into to program and watching the videos, I will not go so far as to call this program an outright scam. You will get something for your money and the drills may help you out. However, do not expect to come out the other side looking like Barry Sanders. Since the program is backed by a 60 day money back guarantee, checking it out comes with little risk. Just be sure to contact Clickbank directly if you wish to get a refund.