PIIT28 Changed My Body

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Photo by Rod Foster

Oh man guys! I think this is the coolest picture I have EVER taken! I bought this bathing suit from Nasty Gal a few weeks ago half thinking it wouldn’t make it as the outfit of choice for the PIIT28 cover, so I had a couple backups in case. But I am SO glad I stuck with it!

I can’t tell you how good it feels to look at this photo and be 100% in love with the way I look, not wanting to change a single thing. The way I felt when I took this picture and the way I feel right at this very moment are no different. I didn’t have to “diet down” or do anything weird for this. I was just working out and having fun! I had just finished testing out 4 weeks of my routines for my new workout program PIIT28 – working out only 28 min and 40 sec day, 6 days a week.

PIIT28 paired with eating well had me feeling SO STRONG, SO POWERFUL, and SO UNSTOPPABLE!

I am happy to say that after testing all the routines, I couldn’t be prouder of this program. It works, it’s fast, and best of all, it’s fun! In fact, the entire Blogilates office gets together to do PIIT without fail, EVERY single week! We just love it that much!

The program has been in development for over 1 year. I was supposed to release this in January, but I didn’t think it was perfect for you, so we slowed down. I am so glad we did. Because we gave ourselves extra time, we also set up a private PIIT28 Portal for all members of the program. So, it’s not just an E-book. It’s a community complete with exclusive follow along videos and animated GIFs!

So guess what? To celebrate, I want you to join me on March 1st to embark on the first ever PIIT28 Challenge!


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Get PIIT28 1.0

It’s less than half an hour of commitment 6 days a week! In fact, to kick off the PIIT28 Challenge, I will be hosting a LIVE workout on Facebook.com/Blogilates on March 1st at 10am PST with the Blogifam and a few friends! You’ll get to work out with us all in real time for the full 28 min and 40 sec! We can scream together, laugh together, and sweat together! I am really excited for this!! Mark your calendars and please tune in!

Also, beginning March 1st, I will personally be doing the 28 Day Reset. This gem right here has been in development for 2 years and I worked with dietary experts to make sure every single one of your meals are nutritiously dense and tasty.

Every time I do the reset, I notice SUCH a difference in how light and energetic I feel! Plus my skin gets clearer too! It’s perfect. I really recommend that you do PIIT28 1.0 and The 28 Day Reset together. You’ll see your body changing in ways you didn’t know were possible.


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Get The 28 Day Reset

I hope you guys join me and POPsters from all over the world on March 1st for the PIIT28 Challenge! I am soooooo super excited. This is going to be such a blast. You can find more information on what PIIT28 and The 28 Day Reset are all about on www.PIIT28.com.

Ok who’s in!??!!!


  • Emma


  • Mitsuha

    Dear Cassey…Its time for a TMI video and tell us how you get rid of all the unwanted hair :p

  • Lacey

    Hi Cassey and everyone. I’ve completed almost three rounds of PIIT28 1.0 and am still in love with it, but I’m in need of a step up. I am planning on purchasing 2.0 by the end of the weekend, but I’ve seen some people get discounts for completing 1.0. They don’t pay the full $39? I was curious as to how I get this promo/coupon code since I, too, have finished 1.0. Can anyone help?

  • Alexandra Tamara

    Have starte PITT28 and love it. I’m also doing weight lifting 4 times a week, but need to burn some fat. This for me proves to be the best way, Cassey is extremely motivating. Thanks so much for that, Cassey. Just have one question: How many rounds of PITT a year would you recommend? I’m now planning to do 2 rounds with no stop. But what about after that? Thanks for the advice.

  • Stefanie

    I really would like to start with PIIT28, because I gained a lot of weight during my 5 months abroad in Australia. I am just wondering what happens after the program. What if after that program, I don’t work out for 6 days a week anymore, but only for 3 or 4 days a week? I heard that the body gets used to doing a lot of workout and if you reduce it or stop it, you gain weight again. Does anybody have experience with that?

  • cassey lover

    in all honesty I think this should be free to get people motivated if they have to pay to get a workout guide and food guide no one will want to do it or else have a free trial with so many pages from each book to see if you even like it

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