Shed inches in body fat using meal plans and workouts specifically designed for women over 40 with the six week shred at an intermediate level.
We have also gained more body fat.
Hannah (pictured) took just six weeks to lose belly fat. But in a healthy way eating good wholesome foods and the program starts off at 1700 calories so you shouldn’t feel hungry
Your home workout program will build your muscle that you have lost before, during, and after reaching your 40s.
In turn this will build your metabolism and make your body better at burning fat.
Muscle uses energy and therefore fat when you are sitting around not doing anything. You will also burn calories during your workouts, because you will ensure that the intensity of your workouts are high.
The program includes short at-home HIIT sessions of between 15 mins to 28 mins 3-5 times per week depending on where you are in the program. This is going to give you maximum fat burning for the minimum amount of time.
Doing hours and hours of steady state cardio can damage your metabolism and this program is about building metabolism. HIIT cardio burns calories during the workout and up to 48 hours after, so it is extremely effective.
There is a substantial amount of food in this diet. This is because you need to fuel your workouts to work at a high intensity both for the strength training and HIIT workouts. The meal plan is high in protein and has carbs to help you build muscle.
But remember building muscle isn’t about getting bulky it is about putting the muscle back on that you have lost due to your decreasing hormones.
You also need good fats like oily fish, avocado and olive oil to balance your hormones. The food has been carefully selected from a list of foods that are proven to help women over 40 lose weight.
The combination of the workout program and diet are going to increase your metabolism and burn stubborn fat like belly fat.
This will start you on that transformation journey to a younger, more youthful looking body with LESS BODY FAT
Not participating in this program could mean you run the risk, like I did of spending 4 years trying to get in shape or worse still NEVER actually getting in shape. Instead you can start getting results right away like Charlotte did.
Just like any woman my age I found getting in shape in my 40s really challenging and that’s why I decided to help other women like me – so that other women do not have to go through what I did to find out what actually works.
I spent the first 2 years of my transformation failing. I learned during that time what doesn’t work. What I now know works are included in my programs.
I have competed in 5 bodybuilding shows over the age of 50 and brought home 12 trophies and I now have 2 Procards (these are for Elite status athletes) and 3 Fitness Model Masters 1st placings.
In June 2020 I brought out my first online fitness and weight loss program for women over 40 and I believe I am the first in my industry to do this.
The HIIT workouts are follow along but the strength training exercises demonstrate each exercise once.
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Yes there is a message feature in the program or you can email email@example.com
Women over the age of forty who have found that other weight loss strategies have not worked. This program is an intermediate level.
This program is not suitable if you are coming back from a long time out of exercise as it is strenuous and demanding. Take a look at the beginners strength training program instead.
If you have a medical condition or injury which prevents you from doing an exercise, please contact us for an alternative exercise.
Yes all the workouts in this program are home workouts.
Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Gluten free, dairy free and grain-free are covered. The program is also suitable for women who are insulin resistant, pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes. There is also a food exchange list included. Contact me if you are concerned you might not be covered.
Yes there are vegan and vegetarian options
Yes but I do not recommend a Ketognic diet and it isn’t on this program. A keto diet will not give you enough carbohydrate to fuel your body for the workouts so it is not a good idea.
There is a food exchange list so you can swap foods you can’t eat, don’t like or include more variety.