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Anybody do the 30 day shred and it actually made a difference?

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Gladysandtheflathamsandwich Fri 06-Nov-15 16:48:01

Restarting it again after an injury (not related) meant I had to pack it in after 10 days last time.

But I am wondering, can it really make a difference in 30 days?!

Alligatorpie Sun 08-Nov-15 03:26:11

Absolutely. I have had great success with it. Check on YouTube for inspirational stories...there are lots out there.

GoSCarGo Sun 08-Nov-15 04:05:04

Yep, definitely.
Depending on how much weight you have to lose, you may not notice a huge physical difference but your body should definitely feel stronger and you will be fitter.

Angelina321 Sun 08-Nov-15 13:31:04

The before and after pics look amazing!

goodnessgraciousgoudaoriginal Sun 08-Nov-15 14:59:00

It does work, but only if you make an effort with food at the same time.

The 30 day shred isn't super intense exercise, so it will make a huge difference on fitness, toning up etc, but you aren't going to burn hundreds of calories in one 30 minute session.

Gladysandtheflathamsandwich Sun 08-Nov-15 19:48:53

I am low carbing, but my main issue is my stomach being flabby. It managed to stay reasonable for the first 5 kids but when I had #6 it made it clear that it had done its best for me but now I was taking the piss, so it headed downwards grin

Also, my fitness levels are SHITE. I would like to start running, but I know that as it is I would really struggle with even the first bit of C25K, so I want to up my fitness and stamina before trying.

Thanks for the information, I will keep at it, even though my thighs currently feel like they are on fire!

AnythingThatWorks Sun 08-Nov-15 21:48:29

Oh, for fitness levels it is good. I was doing it during the winter when I was not out running and I could feel that my fitness had improved/maintained when I did get out for a run. Was lovely feeling strong like that.

magnificatAnimaMea Tue 10-Nov-15 02:09:21

Happy to hear this might work. Just discovered that after a broken foot/ankle and then 12 weeks of eating too much toast and porridge to combat early pregnancy nausea, that my (85cm) waist is now well over half my height (162cm), and I now fit into (weirdly huge waist, strangely cut) trousers that used to be far too large... so now that the pregnancy is off the cards, I might as well try to de-flab and get back to fitness with this and cycling on my turbo trainer...

magnificatAnimaMea Tue 10-Nov-15 02:13:21

PS Gladys - flipping Nora, 6 pregnancies?! Respect!

I found one first trimester was quite enough to induce serious flab...

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