Sources & Methodology

How Power 20 Content is Created

Power 20 apps use widely-recognized exercises to guide users through interval training sessions lasting 20 minutes. The movements used in Power 20 are similar to those used by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) when testing the efficacy of bodyweight movements. The following applications are built with the cooperation of a voluntary advisory board of NESTA certified trainers, physical therapists and a cardiologist:

  • Power 20 Full Body Workout (also marketed as Fitness Trainer Pro)
  • Power 20 Amazing Abs, paid and free versions
  • Power 20 Better Butt, paid and free versions

How Power 20 Content is Kept Up-To-Date

Power 20′s voluntary board reviews Power 20 content at these intervals:

  • At the applications inception
  • At the first build
  • Before it goes to market
  • Before any version updates

The most recent review dates for the Power 20 Apps:

  • Amazing Abs (Paid and Free): October 1, 2013
  • Better Butt  (Paid and Free): October 1, 2014
  • Full Body Workout  (Paid and Free): October 1, 2014
  • Prenatal Workout (Paid and Free): June 1, 2014
  • 7-Minute Workout (Paid and Free): July 1, 2014
  • Beginners Workout (Paid and Free): November 1, 2014

Studies Supporting the Power 20 Methodology

The Power 20 methodology is influenced by the following studies:

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