Kinobody Bodyweight Mastery Program Review: Scam Or Real Deal?

//Kinobody Bodyweight Mastery Program Review: Scam Or Real Deal?

Kinobody Bodyweight Mastery Program Review: Scam Or Real Deal?

Product: Kinobody Bodyweight Mastery Program: Reviewbodyweight-mastery-program-review
Price: $ 39,-
Where to get:
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What is included:
– Bodyweight Master Program itself (44 pages)
– Complete Nutrition Guide to get shredded with bodyweight training (Included)
– 10 Full workout training videos
Bonus: Join Facebook Group
Guarantee: 60 days 100% money back guarantee

Product Overview

The Kinobody Bodyweight Mastery Program promises that if you follow the program that Greg has laid out for you, you will build a ripped physique that’s as powerful, functional, and athletic as it looks. All with just your bodyweight with only 3 days per week training.

Greg promises a way to live with absolute freedom through his strategies, without tracking your calories obsessively. Next to this he shows you a way to add muscle without adding fat through bodyweight training.

The book itself consists out of 44 pages. It is thorough and to the point. A picture of the content is right here:


Besides that, you also get 10 workout videos that walk you through the main exercises that make this program so powerful and effective as it is.

As a bonus you get to join the facebook group which consists of all members, including Greg, answering any of your questions regarding the program or fitness and dieting in general.

My Take On The Program

I bought this program because I’m a fan of Greg’s stuff so I was interested in this. I have tried it consistently for about 3 months now. And I can say the results are great. I was already aware of the training principle Greg, but his program is mapped out quite well. Focussing on adding strength and keeping your workouts minimalistic is the key in progressing.

I took the Kinobody survey to figure out if this program suited me or not. It turned out this was the best option to go for.

Often people make the mistake of doing too much, like going to the gym 5/6 times a week. This might seem the fastest way for you to progress because you feel like you are ‘doing more’, but you have got to use your brain. Greg based his program on science. And believe me if I tell you that his stuff goes against the status quo.

He teaches you how to train with his nutrition tips to get the maximum out of your workout. He does this by teaching you intermittent fasting and maintain a minimalistic training approach to achieve maximum super compensation through getting enough rest between workouts.

I’ve rated this program a 4.8 out of 5 because I truly like this program. I can say with full honesty that this is not a scam and it is the real deal. If you are like me and you feel like this whole fitness and dieting thing is there to make your life better, then you are at the right place.

If you have been struggling to get your progressions up in advanced bodyweight exercises, or you’ve been struggling with dieting. Tracking all your calories, eating small meals that never satisfy you. This might be a good fit for you. For me it was an eye opener. I still progress every single workout. Once you hit a plateau there are easy exercises described you can do to switch it up for about 2-3 weeks. After that you return to the program and the progression goes on. It’s quite easy.

Greg walks the talk and he lives the stuff he is teaching. He eats huge meals and nice foods through the strategy he found out and still looks like this:


Promoting intermittent fasting, less training in the week and enjoying your life while getting ripped. This is something you don’t see in most other programs. That is why I really like this program. The fitness industry is full of crap and scams.

Greg based his workouts and nutrition strategies on science and practice. Creating it in a way that is actually doable and enjoyable for the long haul. You can have a drink a couple of times in the week. You can have that pizza you have been craving for all week up until your cheat meal, while still progressing in your workouts.

In this program you will find balance and a natural way of getting ripped and buff. Getting very strong and progressing fast through advanced bodyweight exercises.

You will train 3 times a week, about 6 exercises. Focussing on the 2 exercises you want to master first. This is because at the beginning of your workout you have the most strength so you want to use of that to your advantage. There will be a workout A and there will be a workout B. You will switch these every time. So you take on the same exercises and muscle groups 2 times per week and the other one the week after. This

The progressions you will learn are:

  • Full handstand pushup
  • 1 handed chin ups
  • Muscle ups
  • Pistol Squats
  • Front Levers
  • Leg Raises
  • Advanced 1 handed push ups

For an overview check out this video to get an impression on the workouts:

I’ve fully mastered the 1 handed pull up by following his program. I was stuck all the time and did not really know how to progress anymore. After watching Greg’s videos for over 4 years now, I always waited for a guide from him to show me how to do it. And man I’m able to actually pump 3 reps out.

I’ve always been struggling with getting ripped because I love to eat big. Those 6 small meals a day are not meant for me. So when I finally came across Greg’s stuff the results were astounding. No more training 7 times a week. No more 6 small meals a day. Hell no. 3 times a week training and 2/3 huge meals a day and this is the result:

I’m actually able to maintain it now while still enjoying alcohol and nice foods.

What I Like

The things I like about this program are:

  • The minimalistic approach that he teaches you. Only 3 times per week training and progressing faster than you have ever experienced before. I personally have not experienced any plateau’s.
  • The way he teaches you to eat. This allows you to actually eat pizza or fries from time to time and still lose weight. Without even feel you are dieting. Also being able to still enjoy some beverages. Your social life will not suffer from it. In fact, the complete opposite.
  • The fact that his program is based on science
  • It is easy to use and fun to do.
  • You can do it outside and in the gym, whichever you want.
  • Able to maintain single digit body fat effortlessly.

What I don’t Like

You might wonder why I gave this program a 4.8 out of 5 and not a 5 out of 5. The reason for that being is followed:

  • The way he performs the exercises is not the way I would do them. Checking it out from a physiotherapeutic perspective some exercises are not performed correctly. Meaning that the core involvement could be better from time to time which is better to prevent injuries.
  • Also, stuff Like L-Sits should be done with straight arms and not bend arms. This is small stuff but it does make a different. You can get even more out of it if you embed these 2 things into the workout.

With that being said I come to the conclusion.


I would never promote anything that I do not fully stand behind. With that being said, I can say with full honesty and from the bottom of my heart that I recommend Greg’s program for anyone that wants to become strong at advanced bodyweight movements, build muscle or getting ripped at the same time.

I’ve rated his program 4.8 out of 5 because of all the huge advantages that come with it. Even though I think some exercises can be performed better, it is still a program I would pay more for than the $ 39 bucks it costs. In my opinion, this price is peanuts for what you are getting. Imagine no more obsessing about your diet, eating the foods you love while getting ripped or building muscle and mastering the highly advanced bodyweight exercises.

Even if you don’t like it. You have a 100% money back guarantee for 60 days and still have all the information. Enough time to see some good results. You have literally nothing to lose and everything to gain.

I hope this review helped you out in making a decision about whether to buy the product or not. If you are interested in this product or you want to read more about it, click here.

I wish you all the best and thanks for reading my review.

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By | 2019-08-15T18:19:57+00:00 February 15th, 2016|Blog, Reviews|31 Comments

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  1. Dan February 15, 2016 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    Hey Maurice, nice write up – just one small thing: there is a typo at the start of paragraph 3 under the heading ‘My Take On The Program’. I think it should read 4.8/5 not 4.8/10.

    Bodyweight training is a highly challenging discipline and builds excellent functional strength.

    However, I will echo your concerns with proper form. Stressing the core to early on in the program – say with straight legged ‘L pull-ups’ – could be catastrophic for the untrained individual (hernia ect).

    However, since Greg has most likely given respect to proper biomechanical form, I would imagine he makes the concept of ‘progression’ paramount.


    • Maurice February 15, 2016 at 8:56 pm - Reply

      Hey Dan, thanks for that. Didn’t even notice.

      Exactly that is of the utter importance. Though indeed he does focus on the proper progressions for you to get a strong enough core. The performance could be better.

      Thanks for your reply Dan

  2. Micah February 15, 2016 at 8:59 pm - Reply

    Wow you have done an amazing job with your site! I think you have answered every question a person could have about the product. Did you experience any negatives with the product? Was the diet everything you expected it to be? When the program is complete are there instruction on how to maintain the muscle that you have gained?

    • Maurice February 15, 2016 at 8:59 pm - Reply

      Cheers Micah. Yes though the negatives are small compared to the positives. Check out the last section of the review. There I state that the form could be better in some exercises seen form a physiotherapeutic perspective. Though the progressions are done very well it is a minimal thing to consider.

      And yes there are instructions on how to maintain the muscle mass. It’s a very complete program.

      Regarding the diet. I was pumped up because I heard so much about it. That’s something that also made me motivated. And yes it was even better than expected. First I thought that there was some kind of catch and that I would starve myself or something. Though this is far from the truth. Hunger was almost non existant.

  3. Russel February 16, 2016 at 9:22 am - Reply

    Great article! I’m interested on this but I am a bit chubby and now slowly losing weight because I am consistenly playing basketball and having a proper diet. My question is will this work for me? or do I need to lose more weight for me to be able to do this program? Thank you very much. CHEERS!

    • Maurice February 16, 2016 at 9:22 am - Reply

      Thanks Russel.

      It could definitely help you out. It doesn’t matter if you are a bit overweight or not. You can always start and progress. You will notice if you lose weight, the bodyweight exercises become easier over time. So basically you will lose fat and gain muscle. So definitely this would work for you.

  4. Joon February 16, 2016 at 9:23 am - Reply

    This actually does seem pretty interesting. I used to compete for bodybuilding but I moved on to pursue other goals. And eventually I stopped liftingweights and recently adopted bodyweight exercises since I’m interested in functional muscle than just muscular looks. And also I wanted to improve my joint flexibility. I took up other sports since I moved on from bodybuilding. I love skateboardng and I’m slowly picking up breakdancing as well. And in the future I’m thinking about getting back training for MMA. So I thought bodyweight exercises may come very handy and so far it’s been pretty amazing. You learn how there are so many different ways muscles work.

    • Maurice February 16, 2016 at 9:23 am - Reply

      Hey Joon, that’s awesome. Looks like you’ve got a lot of passion going on. Bodyweight will definitely help you out if you want to be practicing MMA soon. Like you said it is much more functional.

  5. Usman February 16, 2016 at 3:09 pm - Reply

    This is very useful information to any guy who wants to improve their fitness.

    I left gym a few months ago due to starting university and after reading this im starting to regret it haha. I liked how you explained both the good and bad parts of the programme unlike most biased reviews do.

    I’ll definitely be sharing this website around with some of my mates. Also Grats on your progress so far bud!

    • Maurice February 27, 2016 at 12:05 pm - Reply

      Thank Usman that’s awesome!

  6. Westwaters February 16, 2016 at 4:02 pm - Reply

    Hi Maurice, After reading your site a few questions entered my mind…what are Greg’s credentials? Has he been training all his life? does he train for competition? does he do this just to keep fit? is this a type of workout a person can do long term? Will the incorrect way of performing a few of this exercises cause any permanent damage?…and that’s always hard to say since everyone’s structure is different…
    I used to own a fitness club and am just thinking of questions my clients would ask. Some of this material is probably covered in the book but people may want to know this information before actually purchasing.
    All the positives you wrote should be of great benefit to the reader especially showing the results of your workouts..looks good:-}

    • Maurice February 27, 2016 at 12:09 pm - Reply

      He has been training since he was 16 I think. He started his blog about 4 – 5 years ago and have been following him ever since. Went through his whole process. And yes this is a type of workout you can do long term. Though obviously from time to time you need to switch it up but that’s covered in the program.
      The incorrect form isn’t a big deal in this regard but when you have a weak basic core then you might injure yourself secondarily. Meaning you might not be able to control a movement on a higher level and lose balance or control and injure yourself that way. Also depending on your core strength, it might now be healthy for your lower back if you are not able to control the movement enough.

  7. Alisa February 16, 2016 at 4:05 pm - Reply

    Greg looks amazing! I am looking for a right training program for my brother. He is 29 years old, very athletic but his body just doesn’t look as fit. After reading your review i think i finally found a perfect one for him. There are so many different options on the market, thank you for sharing this review. It’s always good to see real people opinion with real results.

  8. Eamon February 26, 2016 at 10:50 pm - Reply

    I was wondering what level you made it to when you took that picture?

    • Maurice February 27, 2016 at 12:05 pm - Reply

      Hey Eamon,

      At the time I was able to pump out 1 repetition for the 1 handed chin up. Incline 1 handed push ups around 8-10 reps per hand and full front levers and leg raises. Pistol squats not fully yet because I had an injury on the lower extremity.
      Also learned the muscle up. I think it was about 5-6 reps.

      Hope this helps. What level are you currently at?

  9. Arie March 26, 2016 at 10:14 pm - Reply

    Chille review, doe het zelf ook. Nu op lvl 5. Heb je level 8 al gehaald?

    • Maurice March 27, 2016 at 9:57 am - Reply

      Hey Arie,

      Thanks! Ja ik tegen level 8 aan. Op dit moment wat meer combinatie met gewichten om even over een plateau te komen. Hoe lang gebruik je dit programma al?

  10. Pavel May 5, 2016 at 3:35 pm - Reply

    Hi, didnt you lack legs exercices with these program?

    I mean seems so few lower body exercices, calfs.

    You did only bodyweight or also the hybrid version?


    • Maurice May 7, 2016 at 8:43 am - Reply

      Hey Pavel,
      it depends on what your goal is. With this program you will look athletic but indeed there are no heavy squats involved. But the question is if you need it. Gymnasts for example use a lot of explosive power and trust me they have some huge legs. Though still athletic. What I’m saying is with jumping and bodyweight exercises you can still build nice legs. So it depends on what your goal is. Of course with weights it will go faster.


  11. Zi Yi June 25, 2016 at 11:28 am - Reply

    Hey man,

    I read that you can do one arm pulls – does that mean one arm chin ups? I’m just afraid I might have misunderstood. If it means one arm chin ups, that’s crazy! And to get it in 3 months!! 😍

    How were your pull ups before starting the program? I’d like to know because the one arm pull up is a goal of mine. Thanks!

    • Maurice July 20, 2016 at 12:24 pm - Reply

      Hey man, that’s right. Pull ups were fine. I did about 6x +50Kg chin ups before I started really focussing on the 1H chin ups. After that it went pretty fast. So weighted chin ups definitely help with the 1 Handed.
      It takes some time, but eventually it is worth it. Best luck mate!

  12. Tyler July 7, 2016 at 6:16 pm - Reply

    How long did you use the program for before you got to the last levels of the program?

  13. Salvador July 12, 2016 at 12:09 pm - Reply

    Hey, i Was wondering if you built your entire body with this program and bodyweight training. And do you warmup before working out?

  14. Mike August 14, 2016 at 10:01 pm - Reply

    Would this program be good for people who have just started working out. I have around 6.5% body fat. I weigh in at around 127 and stand at 6 feet tall (yes I know, I’m very skinny.)
    Based off of your knowledge, which program would be best for me? I’m afraid to purchase a package and find out that I don’t have the strength to even start.
    I’m debating between the Greek God and the Superhero. If you have any other suggestions please let me know.

    • Maurice August 22, 2016 at 9:46 pm - Reply

      Hey Mike. Yes this program would suit you as well. But it all depends on what your goals are. Do you want to get strong in bodyweight exercises or do you just want to get big? Or maybe a combination? If you want to get big and strong, I would advise to get on the superhero program. You will gain strength fast. Since you already have low levels of bodyfat, fatgain is not an issue for you it seems. Greek God focusses more on staying shredded. Superhero as well, but it’s a little more agressive in building up that muscle. So I would pick that one for you.

      Hope it helps

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  17. John Tuong February 5, 2018 at 8:35 pm - Reply


    In terms of gaining any noticeable size or getting losing fat, do you think just bodyweight training is enough to get a chiseled physique? Or is lifting necessary to getting a great physique?

    Thanks man.

    • Maurice February 28, 2018 at 5:43 pm - Reply

      Hi John,

      It’s definitely possible to get big with bodyweigh training. However, it all comes down on the time under tention and whether you are working out in the right rep range. Therefore, it’s easier to get big with weights for most people. But if you have the right progressions for each bodyweight exercise where you put the right amount of strain on your muscles, it’s no different to weight training. Except you learn some skills which is great.

  18. Cuinn March 28, 2020 at 3:16 am - Reply


    I really enjoy the review, and I plan on purchasing this program. However, I just have one question: Will I be able to get a 6-pack? I understand a 6-pack isn’t the most important thing, but I just want to know if this program also focuses on core. Thank you!

    • Maurice April 1, 2020 at 9:12 am - Reply

      Hey Cuinn,
      Good to hear, thanks!

      Yes it also focusses on core exercises, however, these could be better in my opinion to target all the muscles specificially to the core and to make it functional as a whole.
      The program does however focus on exercises such as front levers and dragon fly’s, which are advanced core exercises.

      To get a six pack, the diet is the most important thing. You would have to get to a low body fat percentage. That should be your main priority. You can do as many core exercises as you want, but if there’s belly fat covering the stomach, you won’t see the abdominals.

      Let me know if this helped!

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