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The 60day Challenge has been a cornerstone program offered by Life Time for the last 10 years, designed to help members achieve their exercise, nutrition, weight loss, or other health goals. More than half a million people have participated in it — and partakers have tracked a combined more than one million pounds lost.

There are some key components that make the program successful, including weekly trainer-led workouts, 150-plus healthy recipes, and weekly accountability via coaching emails and progress checks.

As we launch our very first all virtual 60day event, now more than ever, it’s important for us to provide even more tools to help participants train and move their bodies at the club (or at home), which is why in addition to other exercise support, you’ll also receive an eight-week workout program.

So, what does a 60day workout look like? The program focuses on full-body strength-training sessions that require minimal equipment or the ability to focus solely on body-weight activity. You’ll also be given a few cardio sessions each week with guidance on heart rate or perceived rate of exertion.

Test out this fat-burning workout that we pulled directly from the eight-week program. (If you’re interested in more information on the 60day Challenge or want details on how to get signed up, click here.)

The Workout

Choose a weight for each exercise that will get you to the designated number of reps. If you complete one set and feel like you could have done more, increase the weight used. If the first set was too difficult, decrease the weight used.

Kettlebell Squat

Sets: 2
Reps: 12
Rest: 60 seconds

A GIF of a woman doing a kettlebell squat.

Triceps Dip

Sets: 2
Reps:
12
Rest:
60 seconds

A GIF of a woman doing a triceps dip.

Glute Bridge

Sets: 2
Reps:
12
Rest:
60 seconds

A GIF of a woman doing a glute bridge.

Dumbbell Bench Row

Sets: 2
Reps:
12
Rest:
60 seconds

A GIF of a man doing a dumbbell bench row.

Lateral Lunge

Sets: 2
Reps:
12
Rest:
60 seconds

A GIF of a woman doing a lateral lunge.

Reverse Crunch

Sets:
Reps:
30 seconds
Rest:
60 seconds

A GIF of a man doing a reverse crunch.

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