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Published: February 11, 2019

12-week challenge

Our members love the 12 week challenge! The goal is to get our clients as lean and as strong as possible over the 12 weeks, which will be hard whilst in a calorie deficit.

The problem is with a lot of these challenges you see, is there no protocol after the challenge is finished. So people return to their normal ways after and rebound further. Some of these challenges have ridiculous restrictions like no carbs, no alcohol, no sugar. Nobody participating in our challenge have those restrictions placed up on them.

The purpose of our 12 week challenge is to educate people how to flexible diet and then integrate their favourite things in life and get awesome results.

All participants are in a big calorie deficit for the first five weeks, however after five weeks, they will be given a two week diet break in which calories will be increased. This is to maintain lean body mass, as well as giving the body a break from the aggressive dieting and increasing satiety levels. The last five weeks will again be an aggressive cut.

Once this challenge is over there will be a reverse diet process in which our members will slowly increase their calories back up to minimise fat gain. However the lessons they will learn from this challenge will continue for life.

We don't believe in fad diets, just making health and fitness a lifestyle, whilst educating.

Michael Cahill loving the 12 week challenge so far! The goal is to get mike to 8% bodyfat after the 12 weeks, which will be hard work! The problem is with a lot of these challenges you see, is there no protocol after the challenge is finished. So people return to their normal ways after and rebound further. Some of these challenges have ridiculous restrictions like no carbs, no alcohol, no sugar. Nobody participating in our challenge have those restrictions placed up on them.The purpose of our 12 week challenge is to educate people how to flexible diet and then integrate their favourite things in life and get awesome results. All participants are in a big calorie deficit, however in three weeks time they will be given a two week diet break in which calories will be increased. This is to maintain lean body mass, as well as giving the body a break from the aggressive dieting.

Posted by Sustain Health & Performance Ellenbrook on Tuesday, 19 February 2019

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