Fitness Blender's 8 Week Fat Loss Programs provide you with a detailed, day-by-day plan of exactly which free workout videos to do in order to bring about fast results safely. Cardio, strength training, HIIT, plyometrics, Pilates, circuit training, stretching, balance & agility training come together to help you get fit as fast as possible. Many people lose 16-24 pounds in the 8 weeks of these programs, but it's not just about weight loss.
You will build strength and lean muscle, gain endurance, improve your cardiovascular health, become more flexible and feel healthier and more energetic. These programs are tough, but have the power to change your body quickly.
The programs can be completed in any order. Select any round below to learn more about each version.
Note: The plans found on this page are our incredibly effective and very popular downloadable eBook programs. Please be aware that they are a downloaded document that uses our workout videos, but they do not sync with our new Workout Calendar or your account on Fitnessblender.com.
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Built with registered dietitians and nutritionists, these healthy, clean-eating meal plans detail 3 meals, and 3 snacks, every day for four weeks. There is a corresponding grocery list for each week, and there are 5 different calorie allotments to choose from so that you can customize these plans to meet your exact goals (weight loss, gain, or maintenance). Include suggestions for modifying for food allergies, intolerance, and availability, as well as food costs, cooking for a family, and more. Couple these 4 Week Meal Plans with our 8 Week Fat Loss Programs for foolproof results.
Just like our 8 Week Fat Loss Programs, these specialty programs provide a detailed, day-by-day plan of exactly which free workout videos to do in order to bring about fast results safely. These programs are specifically designed to help people attain results despite various restrictions in terms of time restraints, fitness level, physical limitations and more. We will be adding more programs in the future, each focusing on working around a specific goal or restriction to exercise.