I’m just going to share a few thoughts on the Grace Fit Guide, that I tried out.
You may know of Grace Fit if you have come across her Twitter account (@grasfituk).
She has quite a few followers on twitter and it’s not hard to see why, cause she’s pretty hot, and she’s also a blonde lol.
That’s how I got sucked into buying her fitness program lol….
I was actually looking into starting something to get into a bit better shape, and to get a better bottom at the same time. Obviously we would all like to be fit and healthy as well and I was no different.
I was almost desperate to get some sought of easy fix for my body which I was very unhappy with. Every-time I looked in the mirror, it made me feel depressed. Also, I really hated wearing a bikini 🙁
I mean my boobs were there, but I needed to even some stuff up, by growing my butt and toning my belly a bit.
It was a weird feeling, I didn’t want to change for anyone, I just wanted to change a few things for myself. I can’t explain why, but it was like I knew I could look better, be fitter, stronger and even healthier.
I wasn’t envious of anyone either, I just needed a change and I knew exactly what I wanted.
I had been a regular at a couple of gyms over the years, after I moved house because of work, but I couldn’t ever get the results I wanted.
I started to get busier with work too, so I needed a good workout program that I could do at home. A workout that gave me great results, and also that didn’t take forever to get those results.
I came across the Grace fit guide and thought that this program was the one for me. So I forked out the $43.00 for the workout program. It seemed like a good idea at the time.
OK, so like I said, I kinda got sucked into buying Grace Fit Guide that was priced at $43.00, which I payed with pay-pal, but there wasn’t anyone to blame but myself for not doing a little research on the exercise program first.
I rushed into buying it before I even made sure it was the best workout guide for me. I should have checked what other girls thought about the guide as well.
Grace Fit has heaps and heaps of followers on twitter, so of course I though it must be the best workout program around. I have a feeling she was the first one I came across to tell you the truth.
I also noticed that a lot of her followers seem to be men that are following this lovely blonde girl with a good body, and for that reason only (she does have some lovely bikini pics on there).
So I decided I would give the Grace Fit Guide a real good go. After-all, like I mentioned before I paid the $43.00 for it, so I was hoping It was going to be everything I needed it to be.
BUT, yep you guessed it, it wasn’t! I was very disappointing with the workout program.
Read More Below About Why the Grace fit guide was a fail for me personally…
What it is basically is a 15 page PDF eBook type of guide, that is meant to be done for 8 weeks. I found the Grace Fit guide I received quiet hard to follow from the get go.
To me it seems all over the place, and doesn’t seem to be planned very well, considering the price you have to pay for it. For me, it seemed like a few random exercises thrown together, that I could have found anywhere online.
Also, there’s not much motivation when it comes to her instructions, and it all seems very robotic. Another thing that was frustrating was the absolute and total lack of diet tips. There’s nowhere in the guide that I could see that has anything to do with what foods to eat.
I found out after I purchased this program online that if I wanted diets I needed to pay another $30+ more for a $75.00 package! Stuff that!
There aren’t any detailed diagrams of the exercises she tells us to do. When you pay good money for an exercise guide, you’d expect to get a bit more.
What Does the Grace Fit Guide Include?
Like I mentioned earlier, when you pay your $43.00 US, you basically are paying for a 15 page eBook style pdf guide (if you count the cover there’s 16 pages lol, I didn’t).
Also there’s no added extras when it came to diet plans etc (if you want more, it’s gonna cost ya!).
If you go to Grace’s website, you will see what she claims is included in her program:
She offers an 8 week workout guide and Facebook group access (not sure why the Facebook access isn’t free).
She says that she has created the eight week guide to “help people reach their goals in an enjoyable way”. She also said there wouldn’t be hours and hours of training, which is absolutely rubbish if you ask me.
I liked the idea of having no complicated instructions, BUT, sometimes more detailed instructions are important. What Grace calls “rigid type rules”, I would call motivation, and there is a lack of this in the plan.
She also claims that she will get you “results in a sustainable, healthy” and “enjoyable way”, yet you have to go to the gym and buy resistance bands to do her workout, this means more money you have to fork out!
Below you can see a table of the contents from Grace’s guide:
I’m not going to waste too much of your time with boring screenshots of every single page from the program, but like I said there are only 15 pages included in your purchase as you can see in the table above.
My personal opinion is that I got ripped off by rushing into buying this program. I don’t think it was worth $43.00 for 15 pages, and it didn’t include any dieting ideas like recipes, and other food tips. This stuff is not always common knowledge to everyone, and I’m a bit peeved that this was all I got (as you can probably tell LOL!).
So this is what I got in the program, just in case you can’t see the picture above:
1 x Cover Page.
1 x Contents Page.
1 x Disclaimer and How to Use Page.
1 x Legs Workout 1 Page.
1 x Arms & Chest Workout 1 Page.
1 x Booty Workout 1 Page.
1 x Back & Shoulders 1 Page.
1 x Legs Workout 2 Page.
1 x Arms & Chest Workout 2 Page.
1 x Booty Workout 2.
1 x Back & Shoulders 2 Page.
1 x Abs & Cardio Workouts Page.
1 x Workout Finishers Page.
1 x Glossary Page.
So that’s pretty much it. I payed for a couple of pages that were useless to me and the other ones aren’t anything special in my opinion.
There’s no way this was worth $43.00 to me!
So did any of the workouts suite me?
One of the things I was disappointed in was that the exercises were pretty common, and I could have found them online myself.
It would have been better if she made videos detailing new exercises, or lesser known routines. Some pictures would have been good even!
Below I have posted a picture example of what the exercise pages look like –
As you can see, it’s just text. Not very detailed and you can see why I found that it wasn’t the most helpful program available.
Honestly I would have been much happier if she provided a diet or some meal plans, and a few videos and detailed diagrams. Paying the $43.00 may have made it worth the money if it provided a few of these things at least.
So did I find a better workout program?
The simple answer is YES!
First of all, I DID NOT want to pay more then around $30.00 this time, and I wanted to get my money’s worth.
The workout I’m doing now is quite different to the Grace Fit Guide and I will try to explain why I like it better for everyone.
When I was looking for other people’s reviews of the Grace Fit program that I foolishly rushed into buying. I searched Google and found that a lot of people thought the same way about the guide as I did.
There were some that were satisfied, but it just wasn’t for me. Maybe I’m too cheap I don’t know LOL!
I looked into this workout (as well as a few others), and I found out that Jen’s program provides everything that a workout guide should. Especially when you are paying good money for it.
The Bikini body workouts by Jen Ferruggia provided me with a pdf version of the workouts, plus workout videos including, a BOOTY workout video, a supplement guide, a meal plan, and even a grocery list.