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Fit & Wellness

Nutrition will be one of the toughest parts of this challenge. It should be your PRIMARY FOCUS-not your workouts. Although your workouts will be important, how you fuel your body is what will help you drive your workouts to the next level. You can't have an effective workout if you are not fueling your body with the right foods. Below is a general list of guidelines to follow throughout the challenge. 

For the next 8 weeks, you will be tracking your calories in (food). This is so you can see how many calories you are consuming. In order to lose weight, you must have a caloric deficit that is personal to your overall goal and is realistic. We want to aim to lose 1-2 pounds per week, therefore overall it is possible to lose 8-16 pounds during the challenge. Anything more can cause too much of a shock to your organs and may lead to negative affects overall.

For more information and to review the nutrition/challenge guide click the photo. Please note, there are two different ones-one for women and one different one for men.

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When you get on the app, click on the bottom right side where it says "more".


Click on "Goals"

Adjust weight to your current weight and your goal weight to overall what you would like to get to (long term).

Nutrition Guideline

Here are the guidelines to stick to when following the challenge:

Consuming all your required calories.

Make sure you log in all your calories on MyFitnessPal.

NO ADDED sugar. This does not include natural sugar.

Click here for a video that talks a bit more about sugar.

Making sure you are getting your macros in- PROTEIN, CARBS & FAT

Click here to learn more about these types of food groups.

Get your required ounces of water in per day. To find this number, take your weight and divide by 2, the answer is how many ounces you should be drinking. Example: 150lbs divided by 2 = 75 ounces.

Want to learn more about nutrition? Click here!

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