“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” – Marcus Aurelius
Beyond is about seeing beyond obstacles. By shifting our perspective on what we perceive is limiting us, we can actually become limitless.
Here’s the full breakdown of Beyond:
- 5 weeks of full follow-along strength and metabolic conditioning workouts
- 5 workouts per week, 35-45 minutes each (25 workouts total)
- 5 additional warm-ups and 5 cool downs
In-depth instruction for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels
- Minimal equipment needed (2 moderate weight kettlebells, and 1 heavy kettlebell)
- Weekly teachings and mindset prompts to fuel motivation, shift perspective, and overcome all obstacles
- Train anywhere, on any device
- Comprehensive nutrition guide
- Unlimited access via the top-rated HEF Training App, so you can have transformation at your fingertips
This eating plan goes beyond counting calories, carbohydrates and protein. It lays a heavy focus on sourcing vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds that help the human body find balance and the ability to thrive. Through foods such as organic vegetables, nuts and seeds, you’ll receive more nutrients to help muscles function better, recover faster and increase natural energy.
This plan is also high in fiber, a type of carbohydrate that serves to help the human body detox, balance blood sugar, enhance microbiome function and more! While free of nutrients and calories, water will be considered another essential part of this plan as it plays a major role in toxin removal, bathroom regularity as well as helping blood circulate throughout the body.
When possible, you are encouraged to purchase organic produce and lean, pasture- raised, wild-caught or free range protein options to optimize nutrient availability and minimize toxin intake. You’ll find that some meals are completely plant based, but still provide the option to include animal protein or additional protein to help you meet your needs. Each day provides roughly 2,000 calories, but because every body requires different amounts of energy to sustain different daily tasks, you can safely add or remove snack options to help you meet your daily goal.
On this note, it should be emphasized that it is a huge disservice to the body to starve it of the nutrients and energy it requires to function at its best; always strive for balance, take your time to enjoy the experience of a meal and remember to choose foods that serve a purpose far beyond meeting caloric needs. We strongly encourage the use of water, unsweetened herbal teas, minimal caffeine restricted to early hours of the day and the elimination of soda, juice (smoothies are acceptable), and sweetened coffee/tea beverages!