I received Fé Fit Women’s 13-Week, 90-Day Workout Program a little over a month ago. It’s a 13 week/90 day workout program, created by Moms, that is supposed to help lose weight and tone up for the Mom on-the-go. The program is 3 days a week and under 30 minutes during those days. There are 7 types of fitness included in the program: cardio circut, core, lower back, uppber back, total body troning, barre, and stretch flow exercises.
I have the basic program which comes with 8 DVDs for $119.85 – that’s 28 half hour workouts. It also comes with a schedule booklet and an informational booklet to read before starting the workouts. Any equipment needed for the exercises will have to be purchased separately or Fé Fit offers two other packages that comes with equipment.
One is the Fé Fit 90 Day Deluxe Kit which comes with the 8 DVDs, Pilates toning circle, SPRI Xertubes in light, medium, and heavy resistance bands, and a customized Fé Fit Nutrition Plan for $199.99. They also have the full Fé Fit 90 Day Ultimate Kit which comes with everything in the deluxe kit, plus Pink 6MM Yoga Mat, Dumbbells (set of 3lbs and 5lbs, and Outloaw Proteine and Energy Fuel MegaControl protein bars for $329.99.
What I liked about this program: It comes with a 90-Day calendar, and cute Fé Fit dots, for you to keep track of which workout you’re scheduled to work on. Which is great, because sometimes my days mesh together from my busy work schedule and balancing parenting (don’t forget dating haha). Each DVD has a motivational message on them! It’s kind of nice to read those before popping them into your machine. Although, I kind of wish they provided a streaming or downloadable media option, as I rarely use my Blu-Ray/DVD player anymore. Especially, since I have a Smart TV.
The informational booklet has a Results page so I can keep track of my body measurements, as well as my progress when it comes to aerobic and strength test. This booklet also has alternative calenders for if you want to “up” your game and workout for 4x a week or more, just to show you what your workout schedule will look like.
Or perhaps you want to just do a weight loss program or just do a toning program – they have included a 6 week program in the booklet as well. Because I only have their basic (or base, as they call it) program, it didn’t come with the necessary equipment like the 3lbs or 5lbs dumbbell, the resistance bands, Pilates Toning Circle, or a yoga mat. All of which you can probably find inexpensively at Target or Wal-Mart.
Overall, I think this is a great program! Especially, for those of us who can barely schedule a workout. And if you can’t follow their calendar, then just readjust or makeup which routine you missed during your off days.
Are you currently on a workout regiment? Is this something that you would use?