Take the 28 Day Reset Challenge!

Hey guys!

Are you ready to take on a challenge that will SERIOUSLY change your body once and for all while giving you more energy? If you’ve been working out super hard and you’ve had trouble SEEING your results, then we need to talk FOOD. It usually boils down to what you’re eating.

I know, I know. It’s probably what you DIDN’T want to hear! I was in denial too for a long time too – thinking I was eating clean, but apparently, it wasn’t what my body truly needed to thrive.

What you need to know is that The 28 Day Reset is NOT A DIET. It is a way for you to clean out your body and figure out what food intolerances and sensitivities you may have. If you have acne, if you get bloated easily, if you have trouble losing weight – then you need to do this with me. The challenge is only 28 days long and will help you clean out, lean out and increase energy! Many POPsters have lost anywhere from 5-15 lbs in just 1 month of doing this! GUYS IT WORKS. IT WORKED FOR ME!!

The #28DayReset Challenge is FREE for everyone to take on! You don’t even need to buy my nutrition guide to get started. All you need is to download the FREE PDF that I wrote up for you below. It explains everything:

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Click to download the PDF

To take on the #28DayReset Challenge, do this:

Omit the following 5 things from your diet for 28 days straight:

  1. Dairy
  2. Gluten
  3. Added Sugar
  4. Processed Food
  5. Alcohol

Commit to working out 6x/week. Choose one plan:

Download the PDF to understand why I am asking you to do this. You will seriously feel SO AMAZING on day 28. Your skin will clear up, your body will be leaner, and you will be so much stronger!

If you feel like you need more support plus access to hundreds of recipes, then it may be a good idea to get The 28 Day Reset nutrition guide. It is a comprehensive e-book that includes detailed meal plans, grocery lists, substitutions, and access to the online portal where you can directly communicate with Erin, the amazing Blogilates Executive Chef and Nutrition Coach. You can choose from getting the regular meal plan or the plant based vegan meal plan!

OK are y’all excited!!??? Comment below and tell me if you’re in!!!! LET’S DO THIS!!!!!!

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CAUTION: Before embarking on any diet or weight loss program you should consult your physician or health care professional, especially if you have recently been ill or have special dietary or medical requirements, or if you are pregnant or breast feeding, are a child, or are elderly.

You should not rely on the information in this nutrition guide as an alternative to professional medical advice from your doctor or healthcare provider.

  • Bianka Lang

    I am intrigued about starting this challenge, and I’m also considering in making this longer than 28 days (maybe even lifestyle change). However, I’m also a pescetarian and I would like to know what other types of seafood I can eat (including shellfish). I saw that tilapia, salmon, and halibut are permissible, but I’d like to know if shrimp, lobster, scallops, or crab is okay? Also, if there are any seafoods that aren’t good. Thanks! :)

  • Summer

    Hi Cassey, my boyfriend and I are starting our 3rd 28 day reset. We love the resets! We did February, April, and now in September. The difference between the two of us is that I need to lose a little weight, while he does not. He is active with his job and I am sedentary in mine, sitting all day at a desk job (which I HATE). I meal prep for the both of us, but here’s the problem, I only lose about 4 lbs (if I’m lucky), and he loses like 10. He doesn’t need that. He needs to maintain where his weight is. We recognize this is not a diet, but how can we keep this from happening? I need to lose about 10 lbs, and he needs to stay where he is. Any suggestions for us? I try to feed him twice what I am eating, but he still loses the weight and gets too skinny/feels weak. Thanks!

  • Ivana Pecová

    Hello, I have a question. Can I drink coffee during the reset? And what about honey? thanks a lot!

  • Brytani

    I cannot even believe the transformation. I have tried to lose weight many times in the past. Some things were somewhat successful, but it just seemed that I kept hitting a brick wall over the last year or so. I was pretty desperate by the time I made the choice to try this program what helped me lose 21 pounds in about 6 weeks
    Watch the video on this website: http://leanbellybreakthrough1.club/lose-40pounds-fast

  • Al Samil

    Is light Jello okay?

  • jade

    hello i’m jade i have a question can i eat brown bread in this diet

  • Annalaya Brown

    Im so excited to start! I just found out about this like, yesterday, because I have now made my own Workout schedule. I am always eating food that isn’t the most healthy thing for my body. I have a teeny tiny body, and I am almost 12. I know I haven’t grown to my full body yet, but I do know I should take care of my body better. I am so excited and ready to start this tomorrow!

  • BeccaG

    Hi Cassey!! I am so excited to try the PIIT28 :D But is it right to do it if I’m just a beginner? :)

  • Aprille

    What drinks am I allowed?

  • Nina

    Everything on the list is measured in ounces….does anyone have a cheap/easy way to measure the weight of your foods?

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  • Jessica Thomas

    Hello my name is Jessica Thomas and I would like to join your 28 day reset challenge

    • Annalaya Brown

      You dont have to say you are joining. You just do the challenge.

  • Kelly

    This really makes me slightly concerned that there are school aged children on here and they have been asked to take out sugar, gluten and dairy.
    Let’s take gluten from example the three digestive issues with gluten are…
    1. Celiac Disease (fatigue, anemia, depression and anxiety, osteoporosis, joint pain, headaches, canker sores inside the mouth, infertility or frequent miscarriages, missed menstrual periods, tingling in the hands and feet) (with these symptoms you would go to the Doctor for medical advice and to get further testing for a diagnosis).
    2. Wheat Allergy- (nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, irritation of your mouth and throat, hives and rash, nasal congestion, eye irritation, difficulty breathing) (with these symptoms depending on what they are, you would need to go to the Doctor to have more testing and get diagnosed/go to the emergency department if you have difficulty breathing)
    3. Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity- (mental fatigue, also known as “brain fog”, gas, bloating, and abdominal pain, headache) (if you are experiencing these symptoms instead of trying to cut gluten out by yourself, go see your Doctor. The Doctor will want to establish a clear connection between your symptoms and your consumption of gluten to diagnose you with NCGS. They may ask you to keep a food and symptom journal to determine that gluten is the cause of your problems).

    If you are having symptoms and you think it’s related to gluten or dairy or whatever, PLEASE seek medical advice!!!
    It is not OK to tell teenagers to cut out things from their diet which they do not need to. This can lead to very serious eating disorders. Gluten, dairy and sugar are not some enemy we have to avoid!!
    Skin conditions such as acne please see your Doctor before cutting food from your diet. A lot of teenagers have pimples and it’s normal it’s not related to food it’s related to hormonal changes.
    P.s everyone gets bloated after they have eaten a meal, or at that time of the month, or at the end of the day after a days worth of food. It is normal for your stomach to look bigger after eating a meal.

    “You should not rely on the information in this nutrition guide as an alternative to professional medical advice from your doctor or healthcare provider.”

    Please remember that people, if you are worried about your weight/medical symptoms, go talk to your Doctor/registered dietitian first.

    And now reading some of these comments I’m crying. Some of these poor women are so scared, so restricted. Honestly it terrifies me….
    Can I eat a potato? Can I go out to eat sushi? Can I eat dried fruit? Can I have a little sauce? Can I go out to dinner with my mother or will it ruin the challenge?

    These foods are normal and healthy and yes you can go out to eat with your mum.

    Please don’t restrict yourselves like this. Everything in moderation and if you have health concerns go see your Doctor, if you want to loose weight don’t start cutting everything away, believe me when I say that you don’t need to. Go see a dietitian if you need to loose weight they can support you on a healthy eating plan. Please please go and enjoy bread, and milk and yogurt and pizza and cake and go out to dinner with your friends and enjoy life because you deserve to be happy.

  • fran

    i’m not paying that much for this.. I saw some of the foods an I wouldn’t eat it.. so paying that much isn’t worth it.. but love the workouts