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Pridefit June Challenge: Protein

The Pridefit June Challenge will give you a chance to refocus on your produce goal and provide a community to check in with throughout the month for accountability.
Whether you are new to your fitness journey or you've been moving your body intentionally for years, this challenge is for you. Together, we'll use the Produce Challenge Calendar to mark each meal you intentionally add a veggie or fruit into your day. If you've been following me for a little while, you'll notice that I like to use an additive approach to "diets." We're not looking to only eat vegetables or swap fruit for a full breakfast. This month is dedicated to prioritizing how and when we get our veggies and fruits during the day. The goal is to ADD more (produce) to your day. 
You'll find that this may very well get you to eat less of the foods we're trying to lessen in our day (processed foods, etc.) You may find that you, in turn, also decrease your caloric intake each day. If that's part of your fitness journey, great. Our challenge simply won't be using those metrics to measure success. 
Speaking of success, I know that many of you will ask me how to know if you've "Completed" or "Passed" the challenge, so I want to address that before we even start. Completing the challenge looks like filling in your produce tracker for each meal for 30 days. "Passing" the challenge is not remotely contingent upon if you actually ate veggies or fruit at every meal or even if you earned "bonus points" for both. The goal of this challenge is to gain insight and refocus our habits around produce. By the end of the month, I want you to have a greater awareness of what you grab for breakfast on your way out the door or how you pre-plan your meals for the week ahead of time. I'm so excited to start this challenge with you!

What is it?

Watch the video instead of reading. Trust me 😉

This course is for anyone who 1) doesn't know where to start to get their fitness and health on track or 2) needs a refresh on healthy habits with a community of like-minded individuals.
80% of New Year’s Resolutions fail. And yet, most of us set them every year, and end up feeling burned out and frustrated by February.
The good news is, you’re not the problem. Messages from the fitness and nutrition industries lead us to believe that if you just try hard enough and buy their quick fix, you can shed those pounds, gain that muscle, and finally feel good about your body in a matter of weeks. But for those of us that have tried that approach again and again, we know that’s not true.
What’s missing is an understanding of HOW habits work, and how to build ones that last. That’s where this course comes in. I want to cut through the bullshit to help you understand how sustainable habit-building works, and which ones are most important for your long-term health.
By the time you finish this course, you will have all the tools you need to slowly, incrementally build a foundation of healthy habits that will last a lifetime.

Join the Pridefit Produce Challenge for FREE!

Fill out this form to download our June Veggie & Fruit tracker, along with our "basics" grocery shopping list. 


Why Veggies & Fruits?

There are so many components of sustainable health; sleep, mindset, movement, connections, nutrition etc.

Why did we choose to focus just on nutrition and only on veggies & fruits? The truth is, there isn't one aspect of our health that is more important than others. However, there are aspects that we tend to neglect more often. In my opinion, produce is one of those. Here are just some of the reasons veggies & fruits are important and worth a month-long reset. Insights from Eating Well.


Sometimes inflammation is good—like when you get injured, acute inflammation is necessary for the healing process—but too much chronic inflammation isn't great for our bodies. Veggies are one of the best foods to eat to help you fend off inflammation. They are rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals to help your body reduce chronic inflammation.

Blood Pressure.

When it comes to your diet and blood pressure, eating too much salt isn't great. But, eating more potassium-rich foods can help reduce the damage of a high-sodium diet. Vegetables, like beets and spinach, deliver potassium (and other nutrients) and the fiber from vegetables also helps your heart.




Eating high-fiber foods like whole grains, fruits, legumes, nuts and yes, vegetables can help you get enough of this key nutrient.

Fiber is great for your heart and gut, and can also keep you full and reduce your risk of developing diabetes. All vegetables have fiber, so choose a variety to get your fill.



Immune System.

It's no secret that what you eat impacts your immune system. Vitamin C is a key nutrient that's found in lots of vegetables that helps keep your immune system strong. People are always surprised to learn that broccoli and bell peppers have more vitamin C than an orange. 




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