28 Day Sculpt Plan Ebook

Download Sassy’s sculpt program to strengthen, tone, and tighten your muscles in just 28 days

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At-Home Sculpting Plan

Whether you’re just beginning your fitness journey or if you’ve been training for years, our sculpting plan is the perfect way to tone and define your muscles.

Download the plan as an add-on to your app subscription, and follow it alongside Sassy’s signature Ballet Blast Signature Series to increase muscle definition and reduce body fat.

Following the program consistently over the four weeks can help you sculpt a brand new figure while building muscle, giving you a noticeably leaner body. Sassy’s selection of workouts are also designed to improve posture and flexibility, resulting in more energy on a daily basis, connecting your mind and body, and giving you a range of movements and exercises to complete for years to come.

Sculpting Food Plan

Sassy’s 28 Day Sculpt Plan also works to change your diet, giving you noticeable results even faster. Eating the right foods means you can effectively fuel your workouts with the energy you need to get through each day.

Our month-long sculpting plan comes with over 30 exclusive recipes for you to indulge in over the 28 days. Sassy’s easy-to-follow instructions make it quick and simple to make nutritious, wholesome food from scratch, even for complete beginners.

Reset, Tone, And Transform Your Body In 28 Days

To get started on Sassy’s 28 Day Sculpt Plan, all you need to do is download the plan, and make sure you’re signed up to the Naturally Sassy online studio. If you’re not already a member, try our 14-day free trial.

What’s In the Ebook?

  • 4 week results driven workout plan
  • Each workout is linked to the online studio so you can stream your 40-60 minute workout from home.
  • 30 exclusive healthy recipes
  • The Ballet Blast food philosophy
  • Tips & Tricks on adhering to the program
  • How to use the recipes
  • Meal Plan example, showing you how to pair the Ballet Blast recipes together for the quickest and easiest meals.
  • Meal Plan print out, so you can plan your recipes for the week ahead
  • Shopping List print out, with every ingredient included in the plan listed


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Sculpting faqs

Is it okay to workout on an empty stomach?

Working out on an empty stomach, or around 3-6 hours after eating, is known as ‘fasted cardio’. The insulin in your blood is relatively low, which means that the energy you get from glucose in your bloodstream isn’t readily available. Your body will then need to use stored energy, known as glycogen and fat, in order to get your muscles moving.

However, if you don’t eat enough of the right foods during the day to fuel your workouts, it could mean that your blood glucose and glycogen levels are completely depleted. As a result, your body may start using muscle tissue for energy, and you’ll lose definition and tone in your figure. This is an extreme example, but it does mean you will need to be careful about how you fuel your body before and after a workout, so you avoid losing muscle mass.

What body parts should I workout on which days?

There’s no right or wrong way to split your workouts, and your main priority should be thinking about whether there are specific areas you want to put more or less focus on. For example, you may want to emphasise your upper body more than your legs, or instead complete a workout plan that focuses on your core. However you split your workouts, it’s important to rest your body between sessions to avoid fatigue.

What happens if you work out but don’t eat healthily?

Even if you work out regularly, eating the wrong foods still has a negative effect on your body. The truth is, you can’t exercise off a bad diet, and you need to ensure that your body is getting the right micro and macronutrients so you can perform at your best on a daily basis. The best way to achieve this is through eating a healthy, balanced diet, like the one included in Sassy’s 28 Day Sculpt Plan.

Is it better to workout in the morning or at night?

There isn’t actually a ‘better’ time to complete your workouts — it purely depends on your lifestyle. If you’re going to work out in the morning before breakfast, it’s important to have a well-balanced dinner the night before, to give you the fuel you need to complete a full session when you wake up. However, if you’re working out at night, you should eat the right foods during the day to fuel your body.
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