IS THE GRACE FIT GUIDE RIGHT FOR YOU, AND IF SO, WHICH ONE SHOULD YOU GET?
Chances are that if you’ve clicked on this post, you’re considering buying one of the Grace Fit Guides. Whether you’re at this point because you are taking a step to meet your goals, you want to be part of an amazing and supportive community of women, you’re interested in getting into the gym or weightlifting, or you’re a well seasoned weightlifter, there’s a GFG for you.
First of all, massive congratulations for deciding to invest in yourself - it’s not easy to turn down buying that outfit or that night out for a PDF which may or may not change your life.
I want to say now that if you put the effort in, you will get the progress. The great thing about having a guide is that all you need to do is turn up and go - no planning, no writing workouts or researching exercises - it’s all there for you! That way, having a guide greatly increases your chances of success as you have to put in less effort to succeed.
Long story short, the GFG is for you if:
Which GFG is right for you?
So, you’ve decided to take that step to a better you - a more confident, stronger and fitter you - through using the GFG, but which one do you choose?
Ultimately, I would recommend that everyone interested in doing the GFG chronologically starts from GFG1. The guides are designed to provide challenging, progress-inducing workouts, but you can control just how challenging these are by altering the weights you use. I still use the workouts from GFG1 now because, as long as I use weights where I am struggling on the last few reps of each set, they will always be fantastic weightlifting workouts.
In addition, if you start GFG1 and decide to continue the guides, you can quickly hop onto the next one. By starting with the first guide, you have 6 months of workouts already written ahead of you, and essentially you’ll have all the ingredients you need to stay on track up to then!
What’s more, you can save up to £50 by buying the bundle options rather than just buying a singular guide, then you have no excuses to stop when you run out of workouts because they’re all there!
That being said, let’s talk through your options.
You are new to weightlifting.
Are you a cardio-bunny who’s never dared to step in the weights room?
Have you watched a billion weightlifting youtubers and their workouts but never been able to get the hang of it yourself?
Have you just come across the whole weightlifting community and decided that it would be the best way to reach your goals?
GFG1 is for you. The first guide was written with every stage of lifter in mind, but by using weights you feel comfortable with, you’ll be absolutely fine! You may find the first few weeks difficult, but you won’t be wasting your time going slower than you need to without making progress. Just listen to your body and stick to it - the likelihood is that you’ll see a great improvement in both your knowledge of the gym and your performance in a short time.
You have been lifting for a while.
As I said above, I would recommend that regardless of how long you’ve been lifting, you begin with GFG1. By choosing the weights that are right for you, you will make the workouts just as challenging as you need. Even though you may have been lifting for a while, starting a slightly new style of lifting may be something you need a little time to get used to. The GFG incorporates high intensity training into weightlifting, meaning that you can also greatly improve your cardiovascular fitness whilst lifting. By starting at GFG1, you can save money on bundle prices, and sort out your workouts for six months!
All this being said, if you are not keen to start at GFG1, by all means head straight in at GFG2 or 3 and enjoy the extra intensity!
So, what are you waiting for?
You’ve put in the time, done the research, and made a decision to change. So get your activewear on, choose which guide is right for you and come join the community of over 12,000 women taking steps to reach their goals.
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