Saturday, March 8, 2014

Review: Fe Fit 90 Day Fitness Experience

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About a month ago I heard about a fitness company called Fe Fit. They created a 90 day system consisting of a variety of workout genres (core, cardio, barre, upper body, lower body, total body and stretch), all 30 minutes or less, with a time commitment of just 3 times per week. I looked into their workout system on their website, and checked out some free Youtube clips of their classes and was immediately intrigued!  

Now I'll admit, I'm not the type of gal who likes heavy lifting, dark sets or puke in the bucket cardio sessions. I also don't like to spend hours a day, 6 days a week working out.  I'm all about a balanced approach to health and fitness these days and if I can fit in a formal workout most days of the week, and make sure I'm getting in some type of movement the other days, then I'm good. If I can get in and get out in less than an hour and feel worked out, then that's a bonus! Therefore, what really appealed to me about these workouts is: 1) the length (30 minutes or less); 2) the commitment (3x per week); 3) the structure (90 days all laid out for me!), and last but certainly not least; 4) what I like to call the feminine factor! The set is bright, the focus is on the female trouble zones, the instructor seems cheerful and motivating and there's lots of pink!! Okay, that happens to be my favorite color! 

The goal of the Fe Fit creators is to get you to make fitness a priority, and who doesn't have 30 minutes, 3 times per week to fit something in? It's not about slaving away at workouts to achieve a certain look, but rather a realistic way to get you up and moving for your health with aesthetic results being a bonus. When we're healthy, we can better serve those around us! This set was made by moms for busy moms, but anyone can benefit. Although I'm not (yet) a mother, I'm really looking forward to my 90 day Fe Fit experience!

When I received my set I was pleasantly surprised to find my package wrapped up like a present, right down to being all tied up with a pink bow!  I thought that was really cute. Inside was a handwritten note welcoming me to the Fe Fit family signed by the founders, Renee & Melonie.  Also included is a Fe Fit Quick Start Guide, a 90-Day Calendar with pink Fe Fit stickers to track your workouts, the Health & User Guide and the workouts.  

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Fe Fit Quick Start Guide
This is a card that outlines, in 6 steps, how to get started with the 90 Day System.  You will need the following equipment: yoga mat, dumbbells, resistance bands and a Pilates circle (or ball).

90 Day Calendar
This booklet outlines what workouts you will be doing on which day each week, for 13 weeks. It comes with small, pink circular stickers that say Fe Fit which you can use to keep track of each workout as you do them (just place the sticker on your calendar each day after your workout is complete).  

Health & User Guide
The user guide provides you with information about about the 90 Day System and genres used, some background information on the instructor, the equipment you will need, as well as a page to track not just your aesthetic results, but also your increase in strength & stamina.  In addition, you get a "3 phased,13 week approach to improving your overall health and nutrition".  You will be adding one healthy habit a week for 13 weeks.  The first phase is about your choices, the second is your habits and the third focuses on your wellness.  I like this approach of making small changes each week, rather than trying the all too common approach of changing everything at once and feeling overwhelmed.  

The Workouts
The discs come in a cardboard book.  There are 8 discs with 28 workouts.  You have the option to play the workouts with the music on or off.  You will be doing 3 Fe Fit workouts per week with 2 days of optional run/walk/active relaxation, or one of their stretch workouts. Whether or not you choose to do something active on your off days is totally up to you, but it's always a good thing to get in some form of movement.  I personally love walking and can't wait for the spring to get here so I can get outside again!!  

Disc 1 has the Intro to Fe Fit video that you are to watch first.  It also has 7 workouts, 15 minutes or less, called the Fe Fit Essentials (Barre, Cardio Circuit, Core, Lower Body, Stretch Flow, Total Body Toning and Upper Body), that you are to do before starting the program.  I believe you can find them on Youtube here. Disc 1 also has 3 workouts for Week 1.  

Discs 2 through 7 have two weeks worth of workouts on each of them; 3 workouts per week, for a total of 6 workouts per disc.  Are you following? ;-)

Disc 8 has 4 optional stretch flow workouts.

Here's a clip:

I plan to get started on my 13 week fitness experience this upcoming week.  Feel free to join me on this journey and share any thoughts, comments or questions along the way!

For more information on Fe Fit, see the links below:
Fe Fit Website

Fe Fit Youtube Channel

Fe Fit Facebook Page

Fe Fit Twitter

I received this video set from Fé Fit at a wholesale price. I am not being compensated in any way and the opinions expressed herein are solely mine.


  1. How did it work out? I may consider trying it myself.

    1. Hello! I couldn't finish the program because of a chronic illness I developed. I'm sorry I can't help! I do remember the workouts being fun and efficient though! I hope you enjoy them.