If you have been following me on Twitter, you might have guessed I have started the PIIT28 workout. PIIT28 is Pilates Intense Interval Training, and it is the brainchild of Cassey Ho, who I mention in the top fitness blogs to follow this year.
While Cassey releases a free workout calendar to her email subscribers each month, PIIT 28 is a paid-for workout plan, and I have also purchased her meal plan, the 28-day Reset, along with it.
There are a ton of packages to choose from – I went for the full package to get more bang for my buck. It came with the 28-Day Rest, PIIT 1.0, PIIT 2.0 and PIIT 3.0 – this is also called the Transformation Pack.
I decided to go with PIIT after a ton of bad eating and anxiety.
Eating healthy and exercising usually brings me down to Earth, and I needed to find a plan.
Here is a little breakdown of the options:
If you are just looking for a meal plan to go along with Cassey’s monthly workouts, there are two available:
This plan comes with tons of breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks choices. Plus, it has customizable planners.
If you are looking for just the workout, you can try PIIT 1.0. PIIT 1.0 is a 28-day program, with a bonus 2nd round – this means 56 days of workouts!
If you want to try all of the workouts – PIIT 1.0, PIIT 2.0 and PIIT 3.0 (all with bonus rounds), you try the power pack.
And then finally, if you want to get the Transformation pack – you get it all!
How I Feel After Two Weeks
I have been doing this program for two weeks. Unlike most diet plans, this is reasonably priced. I recommend going on your own grocery list and not the one she provides because hers is a little over-stuffed.
The recipes are also pretty simple – you don’t have to make anything crazy if you don’t want to.
My sister and I have been doing it together, and our new found favorite is the protein pancakes. I don’t know if we can even eat regular pancakes the same.
If you don’t like salad (like my sister), there are some other options for you there as well. They just might take some more meal prepping.
There are definitely some things that I would never try again, but the variety is worth it.
As for the workouts, I am not going to pretend they are easy. I am also not going to pretend that my sister doesn’t have to force me to do them some nights.
But I definitely feel stronger and more confident. I took some before and after photos, but you definitely can’t really see results – which is normal, its only been two weeks! I could tell in my side photos – but not so much my back and front.
If you are joining the PIIT28 challenge, let me know in the comments!
I will be updating again when I finish my first round of PIIT 1.0!