Do those three words make you anxious and self-conscious instead of excited to get out on the town?
The Little Black Dress Project is for you.
If you need a good shake up to break yourself out of a lifestyle rut, want to refresh your system after a period of extra indulging (like a vacay), or desire to feel and look your very best for an upcoming event, our program will help you get there in 28-days.
Learn healthy and delicious meal options
Easily pick proper portion sizes for you no matter where you are
Explore several different types of exercise
Practice self-care so that you’re refreshed for living your life
Be excited to go out socializing, knowing that you can still make healthy choices
Have more energy to do the things you want to do
Gain glowing skin
Boost your confidence so that you can say “Yes!” to the things that matter in your life
With so much on your plate, it is HARD to eat nourishing food and be active, even though you truly have the best of intentions.
And before you can even get started you have to find healthy recipes, plan your meals and grocery lists, and schedule your fitness routine and select your workouts; all while managing your home, keeping up with your daily work, and maintaining your social life.
This program will equip you with all that you need to shake off your current routine and start fresh, without leaving you to figure out all of the details yourself.
We will guide you through the whole process so that there isn’t any guess work or wasted time.
LBD Project is probably not the best choice for you. The nutrition is high quality, but the workout calendar and style might be a bit much if you’re not already used to fairly high intensity workouts. At this very important time in your life, we recommend a prenatal specific program for you.
LBD Project is a great choice for you, provided you have clearance to exercise and make a few adjustments. First, if you’re nursing, you’ll need to eat larger portions and/or more often; follow your hunger cues. As far as the workouts go, you can take your own pace. The good news is, we filmed the videos when we were both newly postpartum, so we’re demonstrating the low impact versions of the exercises.