When members start training at Hi Reps Fitness, there is a triangle of main goals all their other goals derive from getting fit, staying healthy & losing stubborn weight. Making room for exercising in a person’s lifestyle and cutting back on unhealthy eating habits can see their weight drop and a much more positive attitude towards their potential as individuals and their confidence and self-esteem. Sometimes, the only thing that is needed is for you to continue with a consistent training program that incorporates all over body resistance training with cardio and a good eating program. Subsequently, the results speak for themselves.
However, this is unfortunately not always the case. It often happens that some people will slug it out day after day training, take up some type of diet on their own and…not see the results they so deserve. When this happens, members reach out for some extra guidance/advise on their nutrition. That’s where our Project YOU nutrition program comes in.
There are a couple of things you should know before we delve into this effective program.
What this program is NOT:
- This program is NOT your usual 8-week low-carb diet.
- It is NOT an intermittent fasting program.
- It will NOT see you detoxing in your first few days or suffering from headaches due to lack of nutritious food.
No! This is not our definition of helping out our members. Getting the results you want should not be going to extremes or eating like a rabbit.
What our program IS:
Our 6 week program educates our members on nutrition while debunking myths, false news and (mis)information that gets passed around to no end. Helping you out is letting you know that:
- Consuming carbs is NOT bad for you.
- Consuming fat is NOT bad for you.
- You can have your chocolate/coffee daily and still get the results you desire.
This program is catered to each individual – their likes/dislikes, what their genetic makeup is, what macronutrients they require (as every person is different) It is based on their own goals, how often they train & other factors that influence the type of dietary regime to be designed.
To achieve this, I take the time to sit down with each participant before the beginning of the program. You get up to six weeks of personalised meal plans that you are able to change depending on your preferences. And there is more.
Over these six weeks, you will have learning activities to complete depending on your type of journey. We want all our members to finish their nutrition program and keep their new lifestyle with the tools they have obtained and make good eating decisions, their own meal plans and continue reaching their goals,
However, I will not lie to you. There is one last thing you need to know. Our six week program is a kickstart and the beginning of your nutrition journey. Our program is about longevity and providing ongoing support to our members once their program is complete. We don’t expect our members to lose 20kgs in six weeks or have their weight creep back on right after they finish our program. What we expect is smaller yet effective and long-term weekly weight loss goals. This means 20kg losses over 5-6 months and staying off, as you will have the knowledge and support to continue your journey.
Don’t take my word for it – here are some of the amazing results achieved this year!!!
Nicolle lost 5.3kg & 37cm – Project You has been lifechanging. Although initially sceptical, after 6 weeks I can really see the difference in my fitness, size and weight. Stef and all of the staff are warm, friendly and encouraging and no matter what position they will tailor the program so that you obtain the maximum benefit. It’s not foods you don’t eat. It’s not massive weights programs you don’t like. It’s your program!!
Simone lost 6kgs & 29cm – Project You has been a wonderful experience so far. The changes I have made to my eating habits and the skills I have learnt are skills for life. There is so much support and guidance with positive encouragement from Stef- and the food is yum! I would thoroughly recommend the program to anyone wanting to make a change.