New Years Shred / Round 2

by Bobbi from nhershoes on January 20, 2014 · 7 comments

in NHS Fitness

Happy Monday Friends!

I have an amazing Arizona Rock-N-Roll Marathon Recap for you all, but first I wanted to announce a FUN SHRED opportunity.

The New Years Shred that started in January is going so great! So many ladies are KICKING BUTT in the workouts and eating SO CLEAN! I am so proud of their accomplishments. So, because I know there are quite a few of you that missed the deadline for sign-ups or just didn’t know about the New Years Shred, I wanted to offer to all of you the New Years Shred / Round 2 in February!

So what does this mean?
If you are already doing the New Years Shred with me right now, this probably isn’t for you. However, if you have a friend that would have loved to of signed up, but didn’t… well now’s your time to spread the word. This will be the same four week plan as the January shred.

Here are all the details:

The New Year’s Shred / Round 2 is for anyone and everyone no matter where you live. I have coached over 1,000 clients to be in the best optimal health of their lives and it is these successes that keep me wanting to coach!

The cost is only $40! (Registration from January 20th – January 30th).

To sign up for the NHS New Year’s Shred 2014 round 2 and/or to share this link with a friend, CLICK HERE.
( http://goo.gl/eGQQqn )

WORKOUTS:
Each week I will be posting and emailing everyone a document of five workouts so you can plan your week accordingly. All you will need for these workouts are 10-15lb free weights (you can go heavier if you need to), a yoga mat, space to move about, a bench, a jump rope (optional) and a 10-15lb kettlebell (optional). There are VIDEO links to each of the workout moves so don’t worry if you are not sure how to do a move. The workouts are intense, but there are always modifications. They are always different so you will never get bored!

MEAL PLANS & SHOPPING LISTS:
I will be sending you a 1,200 calorie, 1,400 calorie and 1,600 calorie meal plan to stick to each week on Saturday mornings, as well as a shopping list! This will include a lot of simple recipes, but also some more complex ones if you choose. Obviously everyone’s needs are different, so I will be encouraging everyone to get onto MY FITNESS PAL and log their daily eats to meet their daily recommended number of calories to help them with their goals. Last, I am also encouraging everyone to kick sugar (natural sugar is OK) for the entire New Year’s Shred.

FACEBOOK GROUP:
I have created a secret Facebook groups for everyone in this Shred to be on so that we can all encourage each other and share some motivation. If you don’t have a Facebook, no worries… I will be emailing the plans every week as well.

  • A Facebook account is highly recommended so you can access the private NHS New Year’s Shred Groups but it is not mandatory as everything will be posted & email weekly.
  • Cardio equipment (or the ability to walk, jog, jump rope, swim, bike, etc.)
  • Set of free weights (10-15lbs) / Kettlebell (optional)
  • Stability Ball
  • Resistant Bands
  • A yoga mat
  • A bench (or sturdy couch or chair)
  • Occasionally access to an open space or track.
  • Determination.
  • Dedication.
  • A good attitude and mindset.

You will receive a ‘receipt of payment’ email once you have enrolled. Once we have received a notice from PayPal that payment has been received and cleared, a Welcome Packet that will be sent to you by February 1st with a link to join the Facebook group.

If your PayPal account has an e-mail address that you DO NOT ACCESS OFTEN and/or is not an email that is associated with your Facebook account, please write your email address you want us to use in the NOTES portion of your PayPal registration.

All of the needed information regarding the Shopping Lists, Meal Plans and Workout Plans will be shared via email and in the Facebook Group. These plans come weekly as PDF documents as well as links to private videos from me!

SHRED STARTS February 3rd and goes through March 1st.
Registration will close on January 30, 2014 at Midnight PST.

If you have any questions at all, please feel free to send me an email at nhershoes at gmail dot com.

DISCLAIMER: I am not a Registered Dietitian. I do have my Personal Fitness Trainer Certification from NESTA and I am a GPP Certified Trainer. Please talk with you doctor about any new diet or exercise program.

*If you are interested in more one-on-one attention or a running plan for specific for you, please ask me about virtual personal training. I would love to help you!

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{ 6 comments }

Christiane March 28, 2014 at 2:57 am

Hi, i think that i saw you visited my website so i came to “return the favor”.I’m
attempting to find things to enhance my site!I suppose its ok to
use a few of your ideas!!

www.youtube.com March 10, 2014 at 4:46 pm

You really make it seem really easy with your presentation but I
find this topic to be actually one thing that I think I would never understand.
It sort of feels too complicated and extremely wide for me.
I’m taking a look ahead on your next submit, I’ll try to get the cling of it!

Bethany January 29, 2014 at 10:17 am

Just want to chime in that Bobbi emphasizes throughout the shred that you must consume the number of calories you burn. This is IN ADDITION to whatever amount of calories are in your diet plan. So if I’m in the 1600 calorie plan and I burn 300 calories from a workout, and also have a resting burn of 200 calories, then I actually should be eating 2100 calories that day. Similarly, if I don’t get in a workout, I only eat the 1600 calories plus the resting burned calories. So if I want to eat more, I have to workout more. Myfitnesspal also incorporates this.

Lynn at a The Actor's Diet January 23, 2014 at 10:41 am

So happy you got your pizza on!

Disappointed Educated Reader January 20, 2014 at 2:54 pm

The caloric meal plans you advertised are well under an average female’s basal metabolic rate. You are offering a misleading notion that eating 1200-1600 calories combined with 5 days a week of exercise is a “healthy” lifestyle. I feel very disappointed in your suggestions despite the “use myfitnesspal” addendum. According to the CDC, the average woman’s height in the USA is 63.8in. Based on a weight in the middle of the healthy spectrum for someone 5’4″ who exercises 5 days a week a female would need approximately 2000+ calories per day, per the CDC. Your suggested 1200 is a 40% deficit! While your blog offers interesting recipes and excellent exercise routines, I’m sorry to say your nutrition guidelines are ridiculous! This post encourages under-fueling which leads to lean muscle loss. I suggest you take your own disclaimer to heart, realize you are NOT a registered dietician, nor are you a physician, and stop offering young women preposterously low calorie diet plans.

Bobbi January 20, 2014 at 11:46 pm

Hi friend. I am NOT for offering low calorie diet plans! Most of my shredders eat from the 1600 calorie meal plan and add even more snacks if their body needs it. The 1200 -1400 calorie meal plan is for more of the rest days. I am all about eating and listening to your body properly. I am not suggesting anyone starve themselves, if anything I encourage the opposite. Sorry for your confusion.

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