One of the biggest parts of succeeding in the Maxine’s Challenge is committing to the training, which can sometimes be extremely hard, especially for those who are new to continued exercise. However, it really will prove to be key to helping you reaching your goals. Whatever your aim is, whether it’s to tone and shape up or get stronger, Maxine’s has made it simpler by providing you with plenty of info and plans to help you train better. Let’s have a look at what you can expect in terms of workouts for the Maxine’s Shape Up Challenge 2016.
Maxine's Challenge 2016 – Workout Programs & Plans
In 2016, the Maxine’s Challenge will offer two types of training plans, similar to previous years. The programs are designed to support one of two goals include:
- Tone & Shape
- Get Strong
As always, access to the training plans are for participants who have signed up only and will be brought out periodically over three stages. The first training plan will be released at the start of the Challenge and be tailored for weeks 1-4, while the second one will be for weeks 5-8 and the last one for weeks 9-12. These workout plans will incorporate exercises, sets, reps and any vital information that you need to correctly perform the exercises and successfully complete the Challenge. Maxine’s workout programs are just guides and you can definitely add or remove certain exercises and other details as you see fit. While many of the exercises will require a gym, you can easily complete the Challenge without one. If you’re stuck with what to do, the forum is the first place you should check out where you can ask other participants and expert trainers for advice. Video tips are also readily available throughout the 12 weeks for extra motivation and information.
Maxine's Challenge 2016 – Fitness Tests
Fitness tests are a crucial component of the Maxine’s Challenge and while not compulsory, are definitely recommended. Participants have the option to complete one before the Challenge starts, at every ‘Check In’ point as well as at the end of the 12 weeks. It will incorporate tests of strength, endurance and stamina to provide an excellent snapshot of your physical fitness and your progress. It’s a great way to see how far you’ve come during 12 weeks and helps you further tailor your workouts, nutrition and supplementation.
Maxine's Challenge 2016 – Training, Nutrition & Supplementation
Training, nutrition and supplementation are going to be the three main points of focus to help you reach your goals for the Maxine’s Challenge 2016. Having spent time altering and perfecting their workout and training programs over the last year, the 2016 guides will be more extensive and more exciting than ever. For more information about aspects of the challenge, check out our Maxine’s Challenge Nutrition 2016 and Maxine’s Challenge Supplements 2016 articles.