The Fitnessista’s Home Workout Warrior Live Fit Guide Review

Back in early February I was reading Gina’s blog and saw she was offering 1 month of her Home Workout Warrior program for $9. The program normally costs $97 for 12 weeks so it was an easy decision to purchase. It was a great way for me to try something I had been interested in without the larger financial investment.

I am so glad I did! It can be nerve-wracking sometimes to purchase something without having a solid idea what you are buying. The Fit Guide comes with workouts, a meal plan, as well as suggested options for cardio. So if you have been on the fence about this program here is my review.

The Workouts

I really loved the way the workouts were organized. I never got bored and I felt challenged at just the right amount. Each week there were specific Upper Body, Core, Lower Body, Total Body, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), and Cardio workouts.

I was able to complete most of the workouts in 30 minutes. This was great because I woke up in the morning before the kids and got it done plus still had time to read the bible. Each week there were 5 days of workouts and 2 rest days.

We no longer have cardio equipment at our home and don’t have a gym membership so I wasn’t able to take advantage of the Hill Gym Workout she provided. I am saving it for a later date whenever we do decide to get a membership again because it looks awesome. Gina did provide a 20 minute at home HIIT workout that I did use and I also used several Cathe workouts for my Cardio days to supplement.

The equipment needed was fairly minimal. I used 8 and 15 pound weights, stability ball, and chair.

The Meal Plan

The Fit Guide included a 4 week meal plan. I wasn’t able to strictly use it because I am not eating eggs but did find it helpful to add some new variety back into what I had been eating.

When the plan was first sent there were several items missing from the shopping list for week 1 but Gina quickly corrected it. She even sent a bonus digital workout with the updated fit guide.

If you are newer to meal prepping and healthy eating this plan would be a good starting place. It is straightforward, simple, and there is no calorie counting! The plan even recommends a small piece of high quality dark chocolate after each meal and schedules in cauliflower crust pizza or sushi, and a free meal choice on the weekend.

I enjoyed that there were uncomplicated recipes included. This made it super easy. I also discovered that I am a huge fan of Amazeballs.

Results & Final Thoughts

Before & After Home Workout Warrior Live

I feel so much better overall and I am so proud of myself for sticking with this program for the month. My clothes are also fitting better which is a huge plus!

I am looking forward to sharing more of my health and wellness journey this year so stay tuned if that is something you are interested in reading about.

Before & After Home Workout Warrior Live

There are so many ways you could modify this plan and I felt Gina did a great job of allowing flexibility within the program for a variety of fitness levels.

I loved this Fit Guide so much that I purchased the full 12 week program. In my opinion it is worth the money. You can tell there was a lot of time and thought put into this program. Having run my own online bootcamps in the past I know how much work goes into something like this. It was so nice to be able to get up in the morning with a plan that I didn’t have to create and just do the workouts. I thoroughly enjoyed being able to benefit from another trainers programming :).

If you are interested in purchasing the full 12 week Home Workout Warrior Fit Guide or seeing the other 12 week Fit Guides Gina has created click HERE.

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