Sarah Stevenson MBE, Great Britain’s first Taekwondo Olympic medallist is launching a new fitness challenge, giving sign-ups access to live and on-demand workouts with Sarah herself.
Six Weeks With Sarah, which begins on January 17th and is now open for sign-ups, offers individuals a rare chance to train with an Olympic medal-winning athlete. Those who sign up will have access to three live sessions a week, over 120 on-demand workouts for all ability levels, weekly check-ins and accountability with Sarah as well as a personalised daily calorie target and a Six Weeks With Sarah Recipe Book. Those joining the challenge will be able to ask Sarah for tips, advice, and motivation at any point during the six weeks.
The six-week-long challenge costs £10 a week and individuals can now sign up here.
Since she retired from competitive Taekwondo in 2013, Sarah has been focused on coaching and training others, and by using what she’s learnt, she has tried to create a programme that aims to give her clients the personal trainer experience from the comfort of their own home. Sarah’s challenge aims to set each individual on the right path to a healthier, happier lifestyle through her five rings of success: goal setting, fitness, nutrition, accountability and resilience.
“Listen, we all know this is the time of year when a lot of us are feeling like we’ve definitely overdone it, myself included! So that’s why I want to help people shake off those January Blues and spend six weeks getting their minds and body right so they are ready to smash the year ahead! Start as you mean to go on!
I’m not going to go on about the last couple of years, but, we’ve all had a lot to focus on and sometimes, our own mental and physical health has become less of a priority, and understandably so. But 2022 is the year of YOU! Time to focus on yourself and become a healthier and happier person and I want to help in any way I can, which is why I am launching Six Weeks With Sarah. I’ll be with you every step of the way, whether it’s to spur you on or give you a kick up the arse, whatever you need to reach your goals, I’ll be there to help.
We all need to spend more time focusing on ourselves and making sure we’re okay, so, make sure you’re well-rested, well-fed and well knackered from whatever exercise you can squeeze in. Stop worrying about everyone else and start doing right by yourself!”