28 to Great Index

Welcome to your barre3 28 to Great Challenge! I designed this four-week whole body health program with functional nutritionist Andrea Nakayama to help you shed a little weight and gain a lot of energy.

Join me and the thousands of others who’ve had amazing body-changing results. Just subscribe to online workouts and opt into our 28 to Great program. Each week, you’ll get an email with a workout and nutrition plan for the week ahead. You’ll also be able to track your progress on our user dashboard, and you’ll get access to all the new fresh, seasonal recipes on our Recipe Index. Subscribe now >

Your workout and nutrition plan is doable. Commit to six barre3 workouts a week (even 10-minute online workouts count!), and prepare barre3 recipes for your meals and snacks. All barre3 recipes follow our nutrition philosophy and are made from whole foods. Plus, they are satisfying and easy to make. Below, you’ll see a preview of a few 28 to Great Challenge recipes. Get access to more seasonal, delicious, recipes by subscribing to barre3 Online Workouts. Join now >

BREAKFAST

Morning Muesli

Yogurt with Blueberries and Walnuts

Eggs + Avocado

Leafy Smoothie

Energy Smoothie

Get-Up-and-Go! Smoothie

Quick Detox Smoothie

Favorite Granola

LUNCH*

DIY Salad + Cilantro Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

Rice + Beans with Salsa

Italian Chickpea Salad

Harvest Lentil Soup

Gingered Carrot Soup

Sautéed Kale

*We also recommend setting aside dinner leftovers for lunch the next day.

SNACK

Kale Chips

Cashews + Raisins (or Dried Cranberries)

Sliced Apple + Almond Butter

Dark Chocolate Donut Holes

Veggies + Hummus

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DINNER

Baked Lemony Chicken

Ginger Broiled Fish

Ginger Veggie Stir-Fry (+ Optional Protein)

Chicken with Asparagus + Sun Dried Tomatoes

DIY Bowl

Easy Red Bean & Quinoa Chili

Kale with White Bean and Mushroom

Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Curry

Finally, we have some tips to help keep you on track. Take a look at our health and fitness tips whenever you need a boost of motivation.

Find a Quiet Moment

Why Good Fats are Important

Sit and Chew

Keep a Bedtime: How Sleep Impacts Waistline

Dilution is the Solution to Pollution

Take 10: Balancing Ease and Effort 10 Minutes at a Time

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  1. I am nursing – would it be a good idea to add in another snack? I am nervous about decreasing my supply. Thanks!

    • I recommend discussing your nutrition program with your doctor. In general, my philosophy is to use this as a guide and “make it your own”. I don’t want you to feel depleted so definitely feel free to increase your healthy snacks and proportions.

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