Take your health into your own hands (it was always there to start with). Educate yourself on ways of eating and training that lead to positive outcomes.

Life stripped to its basics in just a couple of short weeks...Health (and health-care), Nutrition (production/distribution/availability) and Commerce. Though for some, the latter may be clinging on by its fingertips.

That which most cite as the biggest barrier to health goals, is now what the vast majority of us find in abundance…Time.

Even if you’re lucky enough to have the ability to work full-time from home you’ve now clawed back time that would ordinarily have been spent commuting.

What if you used that time productively to set yourself a 30 day challenge in coming out the other side of this in better physical condition than you entered?

What if you used this time to instil habits and skills that will endure long after this has passed?

What if you used this time to work on the only real things known to protect and prevent disease, of any type?

What if, along with your overall condition, as a side effect of the physical it may also help ease some of the anxiety and worry this situation naturally brings?

From an exercise perspective there is something can be done daily, in spite of your current fitness levels and a gym is far from necessary for this.

From a nutrition perspective, restaurants and bars are closed, the calories that enter your body are now entirely in your own hands, in spite of your kitchen skills.

So take this as a call to action, learn how to move your body in space, educate yourself on the benefits of proper nutrition, nothing will energise and invigorate you more.

Why not challenge yourself to improve your health over the next 30 days?

Take your health into your own hands (it was always there to start with). Educate yourself on ways of eating and training that lead to positive outcomes.

Life stripped to its basics in just a couple of short weeks...Health (and health-care), Nutrition (production/distribution/availability) and Commerce. Though for some, the latter may be clinging on by its fingertips.

That which most cite as the biggest barrier to health goals, is now what the vast majority of us find in abundance…Time.

Even if you’re lucky enough to have the ability to work full-time from home you’ve now clawed back time that would ordinarily have been spent commuting.

What if you used that time productively to set yourself the challenge of coming out the other side of this in better physical condition than you entered?

What if you used this time to instil habits and skills that will endure long after this has passed?

What if you used this time to work on the only real things known to protect against and prevent disease...of any type?

What if, along with your overall condition, as a side effect of the physical it may also help ease some of the anxiety and worry this situation naturally brings?

From an exercise perspective there is something can be done daily, in spite of your current fitness levels and a gym is far from necessary for this.

From a nutrition perspective, restaurants and bars are closed, the calories that enter your body are now entirely in your own hands, in spite of your kitchen skills.

So take this as a call to action, learn how to move your body in space, educate yourself on the benefits of proper nutrition, and nothing will energise and invigorate you more.

Why not take on our 30 day 'at home' challenge?

30 DAYS OF DISCIPLINE

Heres what it includes...
30 days of home workouts • 
With options suitable for complete beginners or intermediates with no equipment necessary

Nutrition advice • 
With meal and snack ideas, along with portion guides

Sample shopping list • 
Broken into categories

Weekly check-ins • 
Likely on facebook or zoom

Daily check-list • 
To keep yourself accountable

30 DAYS OF DISCIPLINE

Heres' what it includes...
30 days of home workouts • 
With options for complete beginners and intermediates with no equipment required except a resistance band.

Nutrition advice • 
With meal and snack ideas and portion guide.

Sample shopping list • 
Complete with breakdown into relative food groups

Weekly check-ins • 
Likely on facebook group or zoom

Daily check-list • 
To keep yourself accountable and dialed in

• Recommended Reading and listening • 
A List to quality sources of health and fitness information for for those who'd like to learn more.

PRICING (PLEASE READ)

So here's how I hope to work the pricing. We are in extra-ordinary times with no-one remaining unaffected by the current situation, myself included.

I am going to set the prices at three different levels and it will be up to you to pay what you can currently afford.*
I will make this promise though, even if you pay full price you will still get incredible value from this.

(* If you truly cannot afford to pay anything but still want to take part please email me directly on info@revivify.ie)

PRICING
(PLEASE READ)

So here's how I hope to work the pricing. We are in extra-ordinary times with very few remaining unaffected financially by the current situation, myself included.

I am going to set the prices at three different levels and it will be up to you to pay what you can currently afford.*

I will make this promise though, even if you pay full price you will still get incredible value from this.

(* If you truly cannot afford to pay anything but still wish to take part please email me directly on info@revivify.ie)

Pricing

Once you choose your payment level you'll be taken to paypal. Following on you'll recieve a link to the facebook group to join or you can find it here.
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Payment

Once you choose your payment level you'll be taken to paypal. Following on you'll recieve a link to the facebook group to join here, or if you're not on facebook, it'll be delivered by email.
Options