E66, or Extreme 66, is a commercial home and office exercise regimen created by Fafinna, a simale from Aux Sedonis in the Kuhneebo Conglomerate. It is designed to take 66 ziyuras, and consists of a training program that uses cross-training and periodization, combined with a nutrition and dietary supplement. Several export versions exist, such as E66-H, a routine adjusted for the standard galactic calendar and designed to take place over 85 days, and with video adaptations of the audio workouts.
E66 is a 66 ziyura program with exercises twelve ziyuras per qiyura, or six days per week in E66H. It combines a variety of exercise techniques, including strength training, cardio, daibo, plyometrics, and stretching. The program consists of a fitness test, nutrition guide, fitness plan, calendar, and series of audio discs demonstrating a variety of techniques. The audio and video versions demonstrate moves at lower and higher levels of intensity to allow for variances in the viewer's fitness, size, and gender. Each ziyura (or each day for E66H) gets progressively more intense and more difficult, with the later qiyuras (or weeks) containing numerous jumping techniques, high-intensity dance moves, and shadowboxing.
Standard home gym equipment recommended for use with E66 includes dumbbells, backhook, resistance bands, a pull-up bar, climbing rope, a heart rate monitor, and a body fat tester. E66H replaces the backhook with a chair to account for human biology. Standard home gym equipment is sold separately, or bundled together in the E66 One-Ton Super Deluxe Bundle with branded equipment. The E66 One-Ton Super Hyper-Deluxe Ultra Bundle contains all the equipment from the One-Ton Super Deluxe Bundle, as well as a replica of xer championship belt, a signed copy of the record and certificate of authenticity. Additionally, there is an entire line of E66-branded nutritional supplements, drinks, and energy bars.
Fafinna created the program after winning a weightlifting competition, using her name and success to market it to the corporation. After enjoying mild initial success, the program's sales increased considerably when it spread to the arks, who bought the program both for personal use and for trade. The slogan for E66 is "Life doesn't get easier, you just get stronger", while E66H uses the addition tagline of "hard work, harder abs".
In Popular CultureEdit
On Galaxy NOW, Kim Cardassian frequently mocks underperforming athletes by claiming they should have bought a copy of E66.