Week 4 means you’re NEARLY there, and you’ve smashed through the hardest part so DON’T stop now.
Take Kylie Spry, who has lost 30kg* following the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge and she’s feeling amazing! Persistence and consistency are key here in Week 4 so keep on keeping on and go into your Week 4 feeling confident.
For some extra motivation, Kylie shares her best advice to smash Week 4 of the challenge…
3 simple ways Kylie smashed week 4
“So you’ve made it through to the final week of the challenge, Week 4! You’ve worked hard and you’ve stuck to your meal plan for 3 weeks, but you feel like your energy and motivation is slowly disappearing,” says Kylie.
“Well, no time to stop now. It’s time to step the energy up a notch and push through that final week. You have only one week left to give it all you’ve got!
“Now is the time to re-assess your goals and make sure you’re doing everything you can to reach them, don’t leave anything left in the tank! Here are my top tips to stay on track and smash week 4.”
1. Stay organised
Make sure you’re still getting your meal plan and shopping organised before the start of week 4 so you are well prepared!
2. Lock in your non-negotiable exercise
Think of it as making an appointment, you wouldn’t miss a doctors appointment, so why miss an appointment that is good for your mind and body!
3. Stay hydrated
We all know how important this is in so many ways, but it also helps to keep you feeling full so you won’t feel like snacking on anything unhealthy!
By Week 4 you’re on the home stretch, push through and NEVER GIVE UP!!!
Join the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge today!
If you are inspired by Kylie’s before and after pics and want to take charge of your own health and weight – then join our 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge TODAY.
Our Challenge entails:
- 28 days of at home exercise routines (no gym needed) – with video instruction
- Customisable and breastfeeding friendly meal plans
- Time-efficient exercises for busy mums – under 30 mins
- Challenge combines Pilates exercises with interval and circuit training (HIIT)
- Suitable for basic to advanced fitness levels.
- Home to thousands of EASY-TO-MAKE recipes.