Home Workout Warrior + Meal Prep Ninja Bundle

Hi friends! I hope you’re having a wonderful day. Today’s post is a quick one, but I wanted to stop by and share the news that I’m collaborating with my friend Tina to share a ton of resources that will help you start spring off in a healthy way:

The Home Workout Warrior and Meal Prep Nina Bundle!

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So what is it?

The Home Workout Warrior and Meal Prep Ninja Bundle is a combination of my 12-week Home Workout Warrior Fit Guide (the most popular plan!) and Tina’s 12 weeks of macro planning, meal plans and recipes.

You get a LOT of good stuff:

– My 12-week Home Workout Warrior Plan. These are challenging at fun at-home workouts using a pair of dumbbells and optional stability ball. I spent so much time and love creating this plan to make it as strategic and effective as possible. The reviews are in, and I’ve received such an amazing response from this program

– 2 bonus workout videos: a full-lenth HIIT/Strength Combo and a pure HIIT workout. These were created just for Fit Guide participants

– 2 months of bonus cardio guidelines, including workouts you can use on your favorite cardio machines at the gym

– Meal Prep Ninja 12-week plan, including macro ratios, meal plans, and recipes. These are simple, whole food recipes (so you don’t need fancy equipment or obscure ingredients) with nutrition and macronurient information included

– Macro Tracking Without the Hassle (with grocery shopping lists, printable meal plans, a How to Track Macros Quick Guide and Macro Cheat Sheet)

– Online accountability through Carrots ‘N’ Cake Nutrition & Accountability Group and Fitnessista Virtual Workout Community

Who is this program for:

– Those who are looking to shake up their routine and get some serious changes in motion as we head into spring and summer

– Those who feel motivated and excited to crush some at-home circuit workouts, meal prep, and enjoy a balanced eating plan

– Friends who are curious about tracking macros but aren’t sure how to get started

– Those who are looking to build lean muscle and increase fitness performance to achieve their fitness goals. This is also helpful for all of my friends out there who don’t have gym access, or prefer the convenience of working out at home!

Who this plan is not for:

– Those who have no interest in tracking macros

– Friends who prefer taking group fitness classes instead of working out on their own

– Those who are happy doing their own thang

When you sign up for this special bundle, you get everything as an instant download! If you’ve been curious about trying a Fit Guide or macro tracking, now is the time to jump on it.

Click here to learn more and sign up! 

*** Please note that the $147 is a pre-sale price. It will go up after March 11th at 12pm EST, so be sure to hop on it!

xo

Gina

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11 Comments

  1. Jessica on March 6, 2019 at 6:27 pm

    The description says “macro ratios” so does that mean I will get macros that were calculated just for me? This looks amazing!

    • Fitnessista on March 6, 2019 at 8:58 pm

      no not custom but she teaches you how to calculate your macros!

    • Steph on March 7, 2019 at 12:16 pm

      Hi Gina, another longtime reader and I want to echo Lindsey’s comment. I love that you’ve had dietitians on your podcast but it’s disappointing that you wouldn’t team up with a credentialed and qualified nutriton expert to provide nutrition advice for this plan.

      • Fitnessista on March 8, 2019 at 12:46 am

        thank you so much for chiming in, steph. i hope you know how much i value your feedback and will take it to heart

  2. Lindsey on March 7, 2019 at 10:06 am

    Really love your stuff, but I’m concerned about seeing you partner with Tina, I’d never buy this because of that component. She just isn’t a resource that I trust or look up to like I do you. Just some honest feedback from a longtime reader.

    • Fitnessista on March 8, 2019 at 12:46 am

      hi lindsay,
      thank you so much for taking the time to share this feedback. i genuinely appreciate it and will keep this in mind for future collaborations

  3. Kelly on March 8, 2019 at 1:06 pm

    Add me to the chorus of those who are disappointed in this partnership. I think your fitness advice is very sound, comes from a lot of experience, and is most of all – SAFE.
    Tina – not so much. She flips around from one thing to the next, hops on weird bandwagons (celery juice?), and doesn’t have any credentials or show any intelligence or knowledge on the topic.

    I would rethink continuing this partnership in the future.

    • Meghan on March 8, 2019 at 3:13 pm

      Glad I’m not alone in this one! Can’t believe you’d consider teaming with Tina.. she has no credibility and just jumps from fad to fad diet.
      Will have to sit this one out. So many good qualified dieticians out there!

      • Jackie on March 11, 2019 at 9:46 am

        Hi Gina! I was a bit put off by this plan, not necessarily because of Tina, but because I look to you as a role model for wholesome health and happiness rather than diet fads and a focus on losing weight. Counting macros feels to me like a focus on diet culture and calorie counting in disguise, and I’ve always thought of you as different. I love reading your blog (and have since 2010/2011) because you come across as a balanced, eat Rice Krispies at Disney, grab a Marg, and sweat your heart out at spin class while also eating amaze balls kind of person… anyways! Just my two cents!

    • Fitnessista on March 8, 2019 at 3:45 pm

      thank you for sharing your thoughts and feedback, kelly. i really appreciate <3

  4. Emily on March 8, 2019 at 8:16 pm

    aw i love this! tina is so great!

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