SWEAT NATION: What We Achieved

SWEAT NATION: What We Achieved

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SWEAT NATION: What We Achieved
SWEAT NATION Achievements

Congratulations on reaching the end of our first ever SWEAT NATION challenge! It’s been an amazing journey together as we’ve worked to create and establish healthy habits that can be sustained for the long term. 

Now that we’ve reached the end of the 30 day challenge, it’s time to celebrate! Let’s take a look at where we started and what we’ve achieved together. 

What was your SWEAT NATION goal?

At the start of SWEAT NATION you set your goals for the 30 day challenge! Many of you downloaded the Healthy Habits Goal Template and shared it with the SWEAT Community. 

Now is the time to reflect on the goals you set for yourself and make a plan to continue with the healthy habits you’ve been working to implement. 

SWEAT Nation Goals

Building healthy habits can be tough but you did it!

Making a commitment to follow your SWEAT program for 30 days straight is a big achievement. Every day things come up that can distract us from focusing on looking after ourselves and working towards a fitness goal. 

Many women will start a new fitness program only to find that they struggle to stick with it. That’s why we designed SWEAT NATION — to give you the support you need to stick with a program long enough to form healthy habits that will keep you consistent after the excitement of the challenge has passed. 

That’s why it’s so important to show up, even if that workout isn’t your personal best or as intense as normal! If you stuck it out through the challenge right to the end, you should celebrate that! 

Even if you missed a few days, or a week, the most important thing is showing up, and making the time to work out. 

If you were following SWEAT on Instagram during SWEAT NATION you would have seen the healthy habits that each of our trainers follow each day. 

You learned that making time for self care, moving every day, keeping a gratitude journal and making healthy food choices are so important to your overall wellbeing. 

SWEAT Nation Statistics

Habits formed by the SWEAT Community

Here’s a look at how some of our SWEAT members managed to make time to work out and get into a routine during SWEAT NATION: 

“Today it was really hard for me to get up early to exercise before going to work ... but I still did it!! Proud of myself 😊” @horselover 

“First time I actually completed alllll the first week of BBG! (I usually skip a LISS 😢) SWEATNATION Week 2 💗💗” @kelsealm

“HOW is sweat nation going so far ladies???
For me it’s been great 💕 although I skipped 2 days, I have no intention of letting this pull me down!! I will keep up with the challenge because those 2 days I missed are in the past! Right now I just need to focus on keep getting better every day!!
 Stay strong and don’t let failure suppress you 🙌🏻” @KaterineSake

“I don’t really have a routine other than to plan my next day ahead of time. Every day is different for me and I like it that way but I know if I don’t plan my workouts and my meals I won’t have a successful day.” @hazelbite

“I workout after daycare drop off in the morning, so I always make sure to pack my gym bag the night before and I leave the house with my workout gear on.” @tidice

These are just some examples of how you found ways to prioritise your fitness — you can find inspiration from other women who share your journey in the SWEAT Forum!


The key to success in achieving your health and fitness goals is adopting a positive mindset and taking pride in what you have achieved. 

Even if you haven’t reached your final goal just yet, you are doing great! Here’s the SWEAT Trainers about the incredible achievements of our community: 

“CONGRATULATIONS — I know how hard it can be to stick to healthy habits, but you did it! You should be so proud of yourself — keep going!!!” — Kayla Itsines

“I could not be more proud of how our PWR community quite literally stepped into their PWR, and in turn EMPOWERED EACH OTHER through SWEAT NATION!! The challenge may be over, but THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING!  Don’t focus on areas you fell short, FEEL GOOD ABOUT WHAT YOU DID DO! Take a moment to celebrate the small victories and be PROUD of yourself. Reflect on your performance with positivity, reset your intentions, then START RIGHT NOW. All we have is today” — Kelsey Wells

“A massive THANK YOU to those beautiful people who participated in the 30 days of forming healthy habits with FIERCE. I  encourage you to continue on once SWEAT NATION ends... because forming habits takes time but I promise you that it gets EASIER! Keep going until you reach your goals  because when you get it, you will not regret it.” — Chontel Duncan

“Even if your ambitions are huge, start slow, build gradually, BUILD smart. Starting something new can be daunting and often overwhelming … but I’m a big believer in allowing small changes to snowball into big changes. Success doesn’t come from what you do occasionally, it comes from what you do consistently.” — Stephanie Sanzo 

What happens now?

Now that you’ve established your healthy habits of working out regularly and following one of the SWEAT programs, keep going! SWEAT NATION has been amazing, with 112,000 women building healthy habits together for 30 consecutive days.

While SWEAT NATION has been a huge success already, the real purpose of SWEAT NATION was to create lasting habits that are sustainable. Keep the momentum going! Try these workout tips to keep your training enjoyable and maximise your results.  

Remember, as part of the SWEAT Community you have the support of women from all over the world every step of the way! 

What was your biggest lesson from SWEAT NATION? Share it in the comments below!

* 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.

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