Fitness Challenges

No matter where you are on your journey towards a happier and healthier you, we have a range of challenges that target different regions of the body so that you can get the tone and flexibility you desire.

Explore the add-on programs below to see how you can increase muscle definition with our focused challenges. By following each workout plan, along with the recommended recipes, you can reduce body fat and transform your figure. Together, these challenges can help you improve your posture, gain more energy on a daily basis and work to make your mind and body more in sync, with exercises that you can use from here on out.
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To learn more about the challenges and activation exercises I offer as part of my live studio, subscribe to get access to a variety of programmes. You can sign up for the length of subscription you want, whether that’s monthly, bi-annually or yearly. Before paying, you will receive a 14-day trial period, which then rolls into the subscription of your choice — during which you are free to cancel any time.

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Challenges faqs

Is it okay to work out 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 relatively 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’ll need to be careful about how you fuel your body before and after a workout, so you avoid losing muscle mass.

Which body parts should I work out 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 choose to divide your time, 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 work out in the morning or at night?

There isn’t actually a ‘better’ time to complete your workouts — it depends entirely 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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