Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How much weight I'll lose?

The average is 6 kgs in 8 weeks. 12 kgs was the maximum weight loss in 8 weeks.

Here’s our result’s disclaimer:

We make every effort to ensure that we provide the best meal, mind and exercise plan for muscle building results and fat burning results. Although Muscle gain and fat loss results made by us and our clients are estimates of what we think you can possibly earn. There is no guarantee that you will experience the same results and you accept the risk that the muscle building results and fat loss results differ by individual.

As with any fitness program, your results may vary, and will be based on your individual capacity, previous experience, ability to take action and level of desire. There are no guarantees concerning the level of success you may experience.

The use of our information, products and services should be based on your own due diligence and you agree that we are not liable for any success or failure of your physique that is directly or indirectly related to the purchase and use of our information, products and services.

What do we do in 8 weeks challenge?

Please click the below calendar to get day to day view of the program. The detailed version will be given once you join the program. There will be slight variation for individuals.

Do I have to starve to lose weight?

No.

We’ve provided maximum 12 meals to one of our clients in a day. Also science has proven starving does not help with long term weight-loss.

I travel a lot, can I join?

 

Yes, you surely can.

The exercises can be done anywhere.

You’ll also get tips & customisation to your meal plan, before travelling.

I've movement issues, can I still do your exercises?

The exercise plan is very simple and does not require advance skill level to perform it. We’ve had people with two knee replacement and arthritis successfully completed our exercise program.

Here’s testimonial of one of our client:

Bhavika & Mrugank,

On the journey to weight loss, I met two wonderful persons. Who not only changed my outlook towards healthy living but also metamorphically pushed me out of the dilemma that I can’t walk. I never though that I could ever walk for even 15 mins. Having diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis an year back I was very depressed. But  both of you pushed me to newer heights and as a result I could walk easily and my confidence boosted up.

Really you Managed My Mind. Thank you so much for making us happy persons.

Ritu D

What happens after the challenge?

Most of our challengers are able to fly solo with their new Ultimate Mind and Body after the 8 weeks, although few like to stay with the community and group.

Once you complete our weight loss program, you’ve an option to join an exclusive program Ultimate You 2.0, which is focusing on overall well-being for life (not only weight-loss).

If I've to leave, what is your refund policy?

For Individuals, it depends on case by case basis and how many weeks you’ve completed.

In a challenge, If you are able to replace your place with someone before the challenge begins, we give 100% money back to you.

I want to lose weight from specific body part, will you help?

Yes, we can recommend specific exercises and workouts to you outside the normal exercise plan.

Do you give supplements or pills?

Not for weight loss, we can recommend supplements for body building.

Why a corporate should run Weight Loss Program?

The program is focusing on overall well-being of your employee. We customise emotional intelligence and psychological training for your organisation needs.

Here’s an excerpt from U.S.News on wellness programs at work:

Healthy employees are more focused and productive. That may be why a 2015 survey of over 400 employers by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 80 percent of respondents currently offer wellness resources and information, while 5 percent plan to offer the benefit in the next 12 months. These programs can take a number of forms depending on what the company feels would benefit employees.

Evren Esen, director of survey programs at SHRM, says she’s seen an increase in health and lifestyle coaching, smoking cessation programs and incentives or bonuses for employees who participate in fitness programs or complete health assessments. Interestingly, 11 percent of respondents in the SHRM survey even offered on-site massage therapy, which ties in with overall health and wellness. “A lot of employers are finding that wellness programs are helping not only to encourage their employees to be healthier, which impacts healthcare costs,” Esen says, “but create a sense of community within their organizations.”

 Benefits of Workforce Health Promotion

Via WHO

To the organization To the employee
a positive and caring image enhanced self-esteem
improved staff morale reduced stress
reduced staff turnover improved morale
reduced absenteeism increased job satisfaction
increased productivity increased skills for health protection
reduced health care/insurance costs improved health
reduced risk of fines and litigation improved sense of well-being

Workplace weight management lowers costs, improves quality of life

Employees who participate in a workplace weight management program—even those without significant weight loss—have reduced health care costs and improved quality of life (QOL), reports a study in the November Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, official publication of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM). Read full study findings here.

What are eating disorders?

Eating disorders involve disturbed eating habits or weight control behaviour that disrupts a person’s physical and psychosocial functioning. Disturbed eating habits may take the form of restricted food intake, strict dietary rules, preoccupation with food, and altered mealtime behaviours. Disturbed weight control behaviour can include excessive exercise, self-induced vomiting and misuse of laxatives, diuretics, or enemas.

The consequences of eating disorders can be devastating. Sufferers can experience dramatic personality changes, fatigue, apathy, social withdrawal, and extreme preoccupation with food, weight and shape. Medical complications include tooth decay, lowered hormone levels and bone density loss. More serious medical consequences include heart problems and, in extreme circumstances, death.

Eating disorders are more common in women than in men. Approximately 10% of cases tend to be men, but this might be an underestimation. Eating disorders may be under diagnosed in men because they are less likely to seek help. Types of eating disorders include Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Atypical Eating Disorders. (Source:CCI)

Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses; they are not a lifestyle choice or a diet gone ‘too far.’

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