SWEAT coaches like Kayla Itsines and Kelsey Wells want you to start 2020 on a positive note.
On January 1, millions of people around the world will decide this will be the year – the year they will finally reach their health and wellness goals. But given how often New Year’s resolutions fail, changing your habits, no matter how well-intentioned, can be difficult.
So this year, to help you meet your goals, SWEAT app trainers, including Kayla Itsines, Kelsey Wells, Chontel Duncan and Stephanie Sanzo, are launching a series of fitness challenges. Their goal? Help women get stronger by guiding them through six weeks of exclusive exercise.
“Six weeks putting us first, six weeks getting up and six weeks celebrating all the victories along the way,” wrote Itsines, who created the BBG exercise program on Instagram about his SWEAT challenge. Similar to your other BBG workouts, Itsines Challenge will include 28 minute full body workouts with minimal equipment. And there will also be a weekly burner training.
Never tried BBG before? Do not worry. Itsines reassured followers that their challenge is suitable for all fitness levels. “The most exciting thing about this challenge is that there is something for everyone,” she said in her Instagram stories. “Whether you are beginner, intermediate or advanced, there is something for you.”
Kelsey Wells, who created the PWR program for the SWEAT app, also went to Instagram to share her excitement with her new challenge. Like Itsines’s, Wells’s challenge will include six weeks of new workouts that accommodate all levels of fitness. Although the exercises are new, Wells said in an Instagram story that they will be based on the same principles as his existing PWR program, which focuses on increasing overall strength and lean muscle mass through resistance training that can be done in home or at home. the gym. “Not only are thousands of people around the world killing PWR together, but also killing the same programming at the same time,” she wrote on Instagram.
“I want you to realize that whatever your goals for the new year or even the decade, we need to take care of ourselves and our health to achieve them,” Wells said in another Instagram story about his upcoming fitness challenge. . “This is for everyone, because fitness is about health – our mental, emotional and physical health. Regardless of what your goals are, you need to take care of yourself and your health to become the best you can and prosper. for, you’re in love. “
Looking for something a little more intense? SWEAT coach Chontel Duncan will also present an in-app fitness challenge. In a series of Instagram stories, Duncan shared that her new exercises will be based on FIERCE, a high-energy training program she designed that focuses on building strength through circuit training, interval training concepts like AMRAP and high intensity exercises like Tabata.
If weightlifting is more your problem, you should check out Stephanie Sanzo’s New Year’s challenge. Trainer SWEAT said in an Instagram story that she designed new exercises inspired by her BUILD program, which not only help to increase strength and muscle mass, but also help improve her performance in weightlifting exercises such as squats, Lifting land and bank press. Like the challenges of other trainers, Sanzo wrote on Instagram that his new challenge is for fitness fanatics of all levels. “If you have a lot of experience or are just starting out – there are several programs available to suit your needs and capabilities,” she wrote.
The best part? These challenges will not officially begin until January 13, giving you plenty of time to recover from your vacation. Now all you have to do is download the SWEAT app and sign up for your challenge of choice for $ 19.99 a month. As Itsines said, “Let’s get stronger 2020 together.”