Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Revolt 2.4, Fitness is 80% Nutrition

Last weekend I finished up my second week with Revolt Fitness.  I am loving the workouts each day!  They are quick (usually about 20-30 minutes) and easy to follow but certainly not easy.  I work up a sweat in those 30 minutes.

At the beginning of each video, Nichole goes through each exercise so you're familiar with what we're doing.  There are three different workout levels for each video that allow you to customize an intensity that's right for your fitness level.  I'm at level 2 which is for people who normally exercise moderately, 2-3x a week.

I followed the workout schedule for last week and even got in a 17 mile bike ride but I slacked when it came to following the meal plan exactly.  Here's why...I didn't make all of my meals ahead of time; it was Teacher Appreciation Week at work so there were goodies everyday and special lunches; and it was Mother's Day.  Triple whammy week for me!  Yes those are excuses but I've already told you, food is my fitness downfall.  I shared this photo on facebook last week to remind myself of this fact.

I did make tasty, muffin-tin eggs.  I've seen them on Pinterest and was excited that a similar recipe was on my Revolt meal plan.  Breakfast was the one meal I got right last week.

Egg whites, onion and spinach (then topped with salsa)

Here are my stats for week 2 of Revolt Fitness.  I feel great!  I also decided not to measure body fat % each week.  I'll do that measurement at the end of this Uprising.

Want to Revolt with me?  There are no sign up fees or contracts and you may cancel at any time. It's cheaper than a gym and you workout in the comfort of your own home.
The third Uprising starts in June and I'd love to have some of you join me!  More details coming soon.

Disclaimer: I was given a free membership to Revolt Fitness in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.



  1. Are you tracking your HR and calorie burn with the Polar??

    1. Yes, I am. But I'm not getting over 500 calories a workout. When I biked 17 miles last week, I was over 500. :-)

  2. I would love to try this! Sounds perfect to fit in my busy days!

  3. I may have to try this, Chrissy! I am about to have to ditch my gym, but I'll look into this more. I'll be working out at home regardless. Food is my downfall, too....and unfortunately, I don't like the good-for-me stuff :(

    1. I really like this program and the food plan (which is rare for me). Watch for this week's post...there's a link for a free week. ;-)

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