Level Up With The High Intensity Strength Sweat Challenge
Are you ready to take your training to the next level in 2021?
For the first time, High Intensity Strength with Cass Olholm will be part of the Sweat Challenge — it’s a six-week, advanced fitness challenge, with exclusive workouts designed to increase your skill, strength, and speed.
If you already have a fitness foundation and want to experience a new style of training, the High Intensity Strength Sweat Challenge starts on January 11, 2021.
Sweat Trainer Cass Olholm’s training style is challenging, and it gets results! The High Intensity Strength Sweat Challenge will help you to push your progress, so you can achieve even more when it comes to your fitness goals.
Supercharge your fitness with the Sweat Challenge
The unique combination of high intensity and strength training provides effective workouts that will progress your fitness if you have already been working out for a while, and have some experience training with weights.
Strength and conditioning coach Cass Olholm, from Cairns in northern Australia, has created a Challenge program that brings gym-style training to the home environment. All you need to do the High Intensity Strength program, created exclusively for the Sweat Challenge, is dumbbells, a kettlebell and a skipping rope.
You can follow Cass on social media for tips on technique and fitness motivation.
How to join the High Intensity Strength Challenge
If you’re already a member of Sweat, you can join the Sweat Challenge by tapping the “Join the Challenge” banner that appears in your app.
If you don’t see the banner in your app, make sure you have the latest version from the App Store or Google Play.
If you’re not yet subscribed, you will need to download the Sweat app and subscribe to participate in the Sweat Challenge.
When you tap “Join the Challenge” you’ll be asked to select your Challenge program and training style — this is where you can choose the High Intensity Strength Challenge program.
You’ll have two levels of difficulty to choose from: “Starting Out” if you are new to Cass’ training style, or “Challenge Me”, which you can choose if you’ve already been working out with the High Intensity Strength program in the Sweat app.
You don’t need to do anything else until the Challenge begins on Monday, January 11, 2021 — that’s when the exclusive Challenge workouts will appear on your dashboard. If you miss the start of the Challenge, you can still join up to Sunday, January 31, 2021.
Everyone who signs up for the Sweat Challenge will also receive exclusive offers and discounts. Once you’ve joined the Sweat Challenge, you’ll receive a confirmation email with details on how to redeem your exclusive deals.
What to expect during the Sweat Challenge
This is the first Sweat Challenge to include High Intensity Strength. During the six weeks of the exclusive program, you will be able to choose from:
- 3-4 Resistance workouts
- 2 Express workouts
- 1 Challenge Bonus workout
- 2 Cardio workouts
- 2 Recovery sessions
The Sweat Challenge is designed to build your fitness and boost your motivation.
On the first day of the Challenge — Monday, January 11, 2021 — you’ll see your High Intensity Strength workouts for that week.
Your workouts for each week will appear in the Planner — you can schedule them for times that suit you, and get reminders when it’s time to work out. You can also try a High Intensity Strength Express workout on the days when you’re short on time — they take less than 20 minutes to complete.
Get ready to challenge yourself!
If you have been working out for a while and want to test yourself, High Intensity Strength could be the Sweat Challenge program for you!
It will progressively increase your strength and lifting technique, and help to boost your speed so you complete exercises in the workouts more quickly.
You’ll also be training alongside other women in the Sweat Community who can be accountability partners and offer support for your fitness journey.
* Disclaimer: This blog post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. Sweat assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article.