Combat Your Fat 8-Week Programme
Get ready to smash through our latest challenge with 56 days of fat-combating exercise!
Goal: Gain Strength, Build Endurance
Difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Duration: 8 weeks
Workout Length: 30 minutes
Get ready to smash through our latest challenge with 56 days of fat-combating exercise! Complete this activity packed journey designed to reboot your energy levels and push your inner strength while achieving a higher level of fitness.
Lose fat, gain muscle and feel fully supported every step of the way.
Maintaining good health and fitness is more than just a passing fad, it's a lifestyle. This is why our Combat Your Fat 8-week Challenge guides you through 56 days of new workouts, meal plans and motivation to keep you on track and help you rediscover the strongest, fittest version of you.
You'll step up, shape up and lose pounds through a combination of cardio, body conditioning, strength and toning classes taught by our very own Austin and Carlie.
To boost your wellness even further, you'll also have access to our brand new, nutritional meal plans designed by professional Dietician, Maxine Palmer.
InstructorLive is dedicated to helping you feel amazing from the inside out which is why you'll see results and stay motivated both during and after these initial 8 weeks.
These are the main benefits you will experience:
- 4 Phases in 8 weeks to steadily build and increase your fitness levels
- 4 Different workouts per phase
- Low-impact options to suit all levels of fitness
- Full meal plans included throughout
- Weekly advice and encouragement
- Constant support from our InstructorLive team
- Lose weight
- Gain muscle tone
- Establish new positive habits towards your health
Your instructors throughout this programme are Carlie Miller and Austin Wilks and your dietician is Maxine Palmer.
No equipment is needed for this programme.
Remember to stay hydrated. Water helps fuel your muscles, so drinking before, during and after exercise will boost your energy levels, and may help to prevent cramp.