18 days
 20-40 min/day

July 2022

Weight Loss, Full Body, Abs & Core
Fitness Mat, Resistance Bands (Optional), Dumbbells (Optional)


Want to work those abs? This is an 18-day cardio and abs challenge that also works the rest of the body. This challenge is suitable for all fitness levels as there are no jumping and low-impact variations throughout and no equipment is required.... Read More

2022 Get Abs Challenge


It depends on a number of factors. The leaner you start out this challenge the higher the chances you’ll be able to see strong definition in the ab area. Most people won’t get the shredded defined abs look in 18 days, but this does not mean you won’t develop your ab muscles. Abs are visible only when you are at a low enough body fat percentage! And while genetics do play a part, by working the core and slowly leaning out over a consistent period of time, the chances of getting defined abs are a lot higher. The purpose of this program is to get you started and completing a short program helps with that.

When you’re doing abs exercises, you need to engage your core. If you’re not, you’re probably using other parts of your body such as your back or your neck, and you risk injuring yourself. Just take it slow and focus on your breathing. Check out this video of mine for tips on engaging your core: https://youtu.be/vN_jTQuSkjg

You can’t target fat loss, if you want to lose belly fat to show your abs, you need to work your whole body. Working on specific areas can help you with body strength and can help you build muscles. Don’t worry, you won’t bulk up that easily! Also, with some compound exercises, you’re working your arms as well as your core. In order to create free programs, I optimise the title of my videos and programs according to SEO best practices to help it reach target audiences.

This depends entirely on what results you are looking for. In general, working out is just half the battle. You need to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including exercise and a (mostly) healthy diet - you don't have to eat clean/healthy all the time if it’s too difficult of a lifestyle change. It will definitely be beneficial in the long run but do what you can at the start. If you're looking for healthy meal options, check out the recipe section link at the top of the page!

Diet plays an important role in losing weight but you also need to ensure you are eating a balanced, nutritious diet to fuel your body for these workouts. This is different for everyone and should be discussed with a professional - please speak with a registered dietitian or nutritionist, depending on your individual needs. You can also check out my new recipes section for some healthy recipe and snack ideas.

You are recommended to do ALL videos listed for each day, e.g. if a day has three videos, you should do all three. If a video is listed twice, you should do it twice. If you're having trouble doing them, stick to the low impact versions until you get stronger. That being said, if a video is labeled as optional then it’s up to you if you want to do it or not. The warm up and cooldown videos are optional but highly recommended. However, at the end of the day, these schedules are my recommended guide - please feel free to make changes as necessary to suit your needs.

Yes, that’s absolutely fine. Go at your own pace, and do as much as you can. If that’s only 1 video per day, it’s still great that you’re exercising! Stick to low impact as necessary, and work your way up to being able to do all of them. Just remember if you take a long rest/break (30min+) between videos, you may need to warm up again when you get back to it.

This is entirely up to you - if you are feeling strong enough then go for it. You can also just stick to low impact moves if you want. However, if your body needs rest, then please rest. Your body will naturally be weaker during that time so don’t be discouraged, you got this. After your extra rest day, just continue where you left off.