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28 Day Challenge

Weight Loss with Danielle Gray

• Perform the workouts at least 3 days a week with one rest/active rest/cardio day in between • If you experience pain at any time, skip the exercise or stop the workout and see a physician • If you need further modifications... more

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Sessions (12)

Week 1 • Day 1
4.46/5
3
30 min
Week 1 • Day 2
4.83/5
3
30 min
Week 1 • Day 3
4.64/5
2
30 min
Week 2 • Day 1
4.91/5
2
30 min
Week 2 • Day 2
4.91/5
1
30 min
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Details

Category
Beginner, Strength, Weight loss, HIIT, Full Body, Abs and Core, Gymnastics
Duration
28 days, 3 days/week,
Level
Beginner
Equipment
TLAG Workout Kit (sliders, mini & long bands), Chair/Couch/Sturdy Block, Pull Up Bar
Location
Home

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to participate in this program?
Equipment Recommended: • TLAG Workout Kit (sliders, mini & long bands) - Purchase in Insights Tab • Chair/Couch/Sturdy Block • Pull Up Bar
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
This program is for all levels and all ages! I’ve had women in their 60s complete this program successfully. I’ve had women in their 50s lose over 10 lbs in a month! I’ve had 6 year old gymnasts do these exercises. Gymnastics truly is for all. If you have a pre-existing injury, please get a doctor’s clearance to participate in physical activity.
How to schedule the program into a week?
You can schedule the days how you would like in a week. I recommend spacing out workouts similar to Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. The format is as follows: DAY 1: • Core • Upper Body • Flexibility DAY 2: • Core • Lower Body • Flexibility DAY 3: • Core • HIIT/Full Body • Flexibility DAY 4: • Active Recovery • Flexibility Rest every other day and maintain as close to an 8:16 intermittent fasting split.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Over the years, I have noticed traits of successful participants and not so successful participants. If you want to get the best results from the Train Like A Gymnast 28 Day Challenge, I recommend you: WORKOUT CONSISTENTLY • Completing every workout even if you miss a day and have to make it up later TRACK YOUR CALORIC INTAKE • Track your food daily in a journal or app like MyFitnessPal • Intermittent Fast on an 8:16 split and use an app like Zero to keep you accountable TAKE PROGRESS PHOTOS • The number on the scale might not move throughout the month, but your body composition will. • Wear the same thing in the same place every time so you can truly compare front side and back. PARTICIPATE OFTEN • Participate in the Facebook Community (Insights Tab) and on Instagram (#TrainLikeAGymnast) to share your progress • Message me and ask questions when you need!

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to participate in this program?
Equipment Recommended: • TLAG Workout Kit (sliders, mini & long bands) - Purchase in Insights Tab • Chair/Couch/Sturdy Block • Pull Up Bar
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
This program is for all levels and all ages! I’ve had women in their 60s complete this program successfully. I’ve had women in their 50s lose over 10 lbs in a month! I’ve had 6 year old gymnasts do these exercises. Gymnastics truly is for all. If you have a pre-existing injury, please get a doctor’s clearance to participate in physical activity.
How to schedule the program into a week?
You can schedule the days how you would like in a week. I recommend spacing out workouts similar to Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. The format is as follows: DAY 1: • Core • Upper Body • Flexibility DAY 2: • Core • Lower Body • Flexibility DAY 3: • Core • HIIT/Full Body • Flexibility DAY 4: • Active Recovery • Flexibility Rest every other day and maintain as close to an 8:16 intermittent fasting split.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Over the years, I have noticed traits of successful participants and not so successful participants. If you want to get the best results from the Train Like A Gymnast 28 Day Challenge, I recommend you: WORKOUT CONSISTENTLY • Completing every workout even if you miss a day and have to make it up later TRACK YOUR CALORIC INTAKE • Track your food daily in a journal or app like MyFitnessPal • Intermittent Fast on an 8:16 split and use an app like Zero to keep you accountable TAKE PROGRESS PHOTOS • The number on the scale might not move throughout the month, but your body composition will. • Wear the same thing in the same place every time so you can truly compare front side and back. PARTICIPATE OFTEN • Participate in the Facebook Community (Insights Tab) and on Instagram (#TrainLikeAGymnast) to share your progress • Message me and ask questions when you need!
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Comments

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Tammy 2mo ago
This was good! Kicked my butt. Haven’t done a workout/conditioning like this in a over a decade 😳. This is exactly what I needed. I need some motivation for next day!!!!!
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Michael 2mo ago
Amazing workout
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Michael 2mo ago
Really felt it
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Samantha 3mo ago
This one was quite difficult :/ 160 push-ups are a lot in one HIIT session for those who aren’t advanced. I think maybe in a 28 day challenge the first week should have 20 push-ups each round instead of 40.
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Samantha 3mo ago
I wish the modifications or progressions could be shown in video too :/.
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Samantha 3mo ago
Headstand was very advanced for this :/ I think we need a training video on how to work into a headstand. It kept hurting my head a lot so I wasn’t able to do this one.