How Long Are Body Beast Workouts And How Many Calories Will I Burn? 8

People have been asking me how long are Body Beast workouts and how many calories are burned during a Body Beast session.

Workout length is covered in all my Body Beast reviews and articles, but I’ve included them all here on one page so you can see for yourself without having to go hunting them down.

For the calories burned, I used a fitness tracker to check my own results for each workout, but I’ve also compiled results that I’ve found on the internet from other bloggers and fitness experts.

I’ve posted the average calories burned as everyone is different, depending on their age, gender, height, weight, fitness levels and many other variables. Don’t take these calories as the definitive answer to how many calories you’re going to burn, but you can use them as a guide.

It also shows you which of the sessions burn most calories.

But with Body Beast it’s not all about burning calories and workout length. It’s about giving it all that you’ve got and building yourself a leaner stronger physique.

Here are the Body Beast workout times, calories burned and the equipment needed for each session.

Build Chest/Tris

  • Time: 49 minutes
  • Calories: 575
  • Equipment: Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells

Build Legs

  • Time: 38 minutes
  • Calories: 583
  • Equipment: Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Curl Bar (optional)

Build Back/Bis

  • Time: 50 minutes
  • Calories: 507
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Pull-Up Bar, Curl Bar (optional)

Build Shoulders

  • Time: 40 minutes
  • Calories: 447
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Curl Bar (optional)

Beast Cardio

  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Calories: 492
  • Bench or Stability Ball (optional), Dumbbells

Beast Abs

  • Time: 11 minutes
  • Calories: 140
  • 1 Dumbbell

Beast Total Body

  • Time: 39 minutes
  • Calories: 816
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Pull-Up Bar

Bulk Chest

  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Calories: 446
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells

Bulk Legs

  • Time: 42 minutes
  • Calories: 842
  • Dumbbells, Curl Bar (optional)

Bulk Back

  • Time: 29 minutes
  • Calories: 487
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Pull-Up Bar, Curl Bar (optional)

Bulk Arms

  • Time: 36 minutes
  • Calories: 376
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Curl Bar (optional)

Bulk Shoulders

  • Time: 35 minutes
  • Calories: 382
  • Bench or Stability Ball, Dumbbells, Curl Bar (optional)

So, that’s how many calories you can burn during each Body Beast workout.  Although it’s all about lifting weights, you can see that it also burns the calories.

As mentioned, these are average calorie readings, so you’re going to get slightly different calorie burn rates with Body Beast, but it does give you a good idea of what to expect.

You can also see which of the Body Beast workouts will burn the most calories.

Take a look at the full list of my articles about the Body Beast exercise program, I think you’ll find some great tips and pointers!

If you’re doing Body Beast right now, let me know how you’re getting on and how many calories you are typically burning in a Body Beast workout session.

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8 thoughts on “How Long Are Body Beast Workouts And How Many Calories Will I Burn?

  • Todd Edwards

    I just started body beast a couple weeks ago. I was doing total body and abs to get me used to working out. I ended up losing 4 pounds in a week.

  • Scott Kenny

    I have been doing Body Beast on and off for about a year and a half now. I still enjoy the videos, Sagi is a very motivating trainer. I am doing the Huge Beast this time and just started a back after a few months off. I have already lost 4 pounds and getting definition back fairly rapidly. I just wish I had a weight bench instead of the stability ball.

  • Tim McMahon

    Hey Andy,

    I looked at all of your information on Body Beast, but nothing refers to rest periods between sets or weight to use based on percentage of 1RM. Would you mind expounding on the rest periods and the intent? I am looking for a system where I can do HIIT training using weights. Thanks for all of the info. Your site is great!

    • Andy C Watson Post author

      Hi Tim,
      Thanks for getting in touch, I’m glad you like the site, cheers! Rest periods are built into the video and vary between 50 seconds and 90 seconds, so a very quick turnaround! That’s except for exercises like the drop sets, which are around 5 seconds rest between sets. It’s definitely worth using adjustable dumbbells or you just won’t have enough time to change the weight and you’ll need to pause the video. For 1RM, it’s a case of figuring out what works for you. Due to the short amount of rest between sets your muscles will get fatigued pretty quickly, so it’s good to start with a fairly light weight for your first session and work up from there.
      Good luck and all the best!!