What is intermittent fasting?
Think intermittent fasting is a challenge? Think again. We actually like to call it ‘part-time dieting‘. Because it’s really intermittent eating. Instead of dieting full time, intermittent fasting just involves periods of ‘being good’ followed by periods of eating normally.
Why join the intermittent fasting challenge?
With this challenge you’ll trial all three of the most effective methods of intermittent fasting. These are: the 2-Day Method, the 3-Day Method and the Part-Day Method.
What is the May intermittent fasting challenge?
We’re glad you asked! It’s four weeks of motivation, inspiration, food ideas, coaching and, ultimately, blasting those kilos away!
As part of the challenge, we’ll be coaching you through a different intermittent fasting method each week. You’ll also gain full access to our exclusive members-only support group and receive daily live videos to help keep you accountable. In these videos, we’ll cover topics like: water intake, meal prep, exercise and motivation.
We’ll show you how to get the biggest bang for your buck from every calorie on your fast days and how to enjoy all your favourite foods (wine and cheese and chocolate included) with #noguilt on your non-fasting days.
The May intermittent fasting challenge program
Week 1 – The 2-Day Method
We’ll start the intermittent fasting challenge with the 2-day method. The 2-day method involves eating 500 calories two days per week, then eating normally on the other five days. (Which is up to 2000 calories for the average woman, or 2400 calories for the average man.) This method is commonly known as 5:2 and it’s easy when you know how!
Week 2 – The 3-Day Method
In week two of the challenge, we will show you how easy part-time dieting can be! You’ll discover a brand new, second intermittent fasting method known as the 3-day method. The 3-day method involves eating 1000 calories on three days of the week, then eating normally for the other four days. (Which again, is up to 2000 calories for the average woman, or 2400 calories for the average man.)
Week 3 – The Part-Day Method
The third week of the intermittent fasting challenge will kick things up a notch by showing you how to do the part-day method, also known as 16:8. Which is where you consume 1600 calories in an eight-hour window each day on most days of the week, and fast for the remainder of the time.
Week 4 – Super-Charged Intermittent Fasting
And the fourth and final week of the May challenge is where we’ll really ramp up your results by doing what we like to call super-charged intermittent fasting. To super-charge, all you need to do is combine two different intermittent fasting methods. It’s up to you which methods you choose to combine, but we suggest either the 2-day method or the 3-day method, with the part-day method.
Most people seem prefer to do the 2-day method and the part-day method. This combination involves two days of 500 calories and then simply eating within an eight hour window on the other five days. It’s relatively easy to do and achieves great results. But you can combine however you like. And of course we’ll be coaching you through the very best ways to super-charge your results in our members-only Facebook group.
How do I join the challenge?
It’s simple, just click here to take part and you’ll get 14 days absolutely free. #YoureWelcome. After the 14 day free trial it is only $10.80 per week, cancel anytime. That’s only $1.54 per day and you’ll more than save that by making good food choices.
If you cancel before the 14 days are up you don’t pay a cent – it’s a great way to give it a red hot go, completely risk-free.
When does it start?
Our May challenge will run for 4 weeks starting this Monday 6th and we’d be really thrilled to have you in our private group… you’ll love it! Plus you’ll get results. (Pinky promise.)