Spring Sugar Shred starts April 18th. See what you get

Start or continue your nutrition journey by giving up sugar

  • Looking to jumpstart your nutrition routine?
  • Curious about 1-on-1 nutrition coaching?
  • Ready to feel confident in your swimsuit?
Sugar Shred 2020
Step 1: Purchase your registration on Pike 13

Purchase your registration on Pike13. Then, come back here to move to Step 2. $89 till FRIDAY, March 20th! Then it’s $99.

Step 2: Complete your sign-up intake

After you’ve purchased your registration on Pike13, fill out this form. Then we’ll direct you to schedule an appointment for your initial consult.

Step 3: Schedule your initial consultation

If you didn’t select a location for your initial intake during Step 2, register yourself for a Downtown (916 N Capitol) or Monon consultation. (****Updated Hours Coming Soon!)

A 21-day sugar reset delivering accountability and results

The 3rd annual Spring Sugar Shred (SSS), which is a 4 week reset, kicks off on Saturday, April 18th with the Kick off meeting. This will give you time to ask questions, get orientated with the program, go grocery shopping and meal prep. The official start day is Monday, April 20th. 

You will have all the information with meal plans accessible to you upon signing up for the challenge (1-2 weeks from start date those will be released). The SSS starts out with a 21-day reset in which you will bypass foods with added sugars and even those with large amounts of natural sugars while still having the opportunity to enjoy some of your favorite whole grains, legumes and dairy. (Check out the NapTown Nutrition Newsletter for more detailed information). The last 7 days will implement a process re-introducing some of those foods we’ve bypassed back into the body in a controlled measure. This is where the magic happens.

Reset your taste buds and break your sugar addiction to see BETTER MOOD, ENERGY LEVELS & SLEEP! Your challenge starts off with 20 min consultation that includes an InBody body composition scans, before and after the challenge to see exactly how the elimination of sugar affects your muscle mass & body fat percentage along with some goal setting for the challenge.

You will be part of a supportive FaceBook group and receive weekly meal plans including full grocery lists as well! Combine all this with weekly meet-ups held at 922 members lounge on Saturday Mornings is a recipe for success! 

This is not just a repeat of last year’s SSS, look at this as a new start to the rest of you life. 

We encourage you to utilize this challenge as the last diet you will ever start and roll into our on-going coaching to help build the consistency with habits to ultimately change your lifestyle for good. – No more unhealthy yo-yoing on the scale!

Come join us on Saturday Morning, April 18th, as we kickoff the SSS with a bang! Let’s all get together, have some coffee and talk about the challenge. 

Our top transformations last year: 

  • Lost 12 lbs
  • Down 5% BF
  • Gained 2# of muscle! 

ARE YOU READY?

What do SSS participants get?

  • Kick-Off Meeting (Nutrition Handbook for those who RSVP to meeting)
  • 20 min initial nutrition consult
  • 4 week meal plan, recipes, grocery lists, prep lists
  • 2 InBody scans
  • Tape measurements
  • Goal setting
  • Closed Facebook group
  • Weekly meet ups
  • 20 min Closing consult

Price

  • $89 till Friday, March 20th, then $99.
  • 15% referral discount for getting someone outside of the gym signed up

Important Dates

  • Sunday, April 18th – Kick-off meeting
  • Week of April 20th – Pre InBody scans and consults
  • Week of May 18th – Post InBody scans and consults

Prizes and How to Win

  • Bragging rights for 1 year
  • 1 month Free NTN Individualized coaching
  • Free Bag of Ascent Protein
  • Other title sponsorship prizes to come!

The winner will be determined by your InBody Composition Scan
The highest % loss of BF% will win,

i.e.:
Person A weighs 200# and has BF% of 10%.
Person B weighs 300# and has BF% of 40%.
Person A gains .5# and loses 2.6% BF. That is a 26% loss of BF%.
Person B loses 13# and loses 10% BF. That is a 25% loss of BF%.

Person A wins.

You can be among hundreds of success stories

FAQs about the Spring Sugar Shred

In the simplest form, The SSS is a 21 day Sugar Detox and a 7 day ‘re-introduction’ of those healthier carbs (non-refined processed carbohydrates) that we’ve cut out.

You can maximize your sugar detox and successfully complete the Spring Sugar Shred by eating the green foods, moderating the yellows and eliminating reds (and ingredients). We do not condemn any of these foods, but for the point of the challenge, we have defined categories that you will find after signing up located in the closed website.

Unlike the FFBC, you are not graded on your daily nutrition, but on your Pre vs. Post-InBody Scan.

Everybody’s definition of success is different. You could essentially eat or drink whatever you want and still succeed if you cut some bad habits. Think of it as us giving you bumper lanes in a bowling alley and a path to bowl a strike. If you are okay with veering off the path and knocking down 8 pins, great!

Ideally, added sweeteners are not consumed. The only way to enjoy a somewhat sweet taste is to use the included fruits in the limited portions as outlined in your StoplightChart

When in doubt, leave it out.

Go into it the SSS with a plan and goals. They could look like ridding yourself of carb cravings, bloating and a general detox to naturally eliminate sugar and toxins, and to keep inflammation at bay. Or they could come specifically from you pre scan InBody results. We also encourage starting to build habits of I being more mindful about what, when and how much you eat, especially when it came to carbohydrates
Now that you’ve cut the processed foods and eating plenty of healthy whole foods, reap the benefits
and crush your workouts for all the gainz. However, you may be, calorically speaking, at a lower carbohydrate intake on a daily basis, so listen to your body and scale the intensity back as needed. Going sweet potato free may not work for you if your exercise intensity is high! The goal isn’t necessarily setting yourself up for a pretty low carb detox program, while just eating a multitude of leafy greens and other non-starchy vegetables. You need to eat the carbs to support the levels of energy you will be expending at the gym each day.
This will vary from person to person. Are you eating 3 bags of sour patch kids and a donut every weekend? Some withdrawls may get serious. If you find yourself eating a little more towards paleo and have already cut a lot of grains or refined processed carbohydrates, then it may not be as bad.

The first couple of days will seem like a breeze. Something new and exciting, but soon the sugar withdrawals will set in! You may experience headaches, cramps, mood swings, low energy, crankiness, and more. We have had participants in the past hit Ketosis, so there are the effects that go with that as well. The carb cravings will be real and you will find yourself longing for something sweet after a meal, or actually thinking about chocolate!

For past participants, some of their biggest struggles were constant hunger! After about a week of this, you may find that the food choices or caloric intake that you’ve made are too low. Especially if you plan to up your activity level. If this happens, throw in some sweet potatoes, plantains or green tip bananas pre and post workout. Doing this will make you feel a lot better, helping you to feel full after eating, and increase your energy levels.
You will find a section about supplements in your handbook after signing up on the members-only website. As always, look and read ingredients labels.
NO. With that being said, this is your challenge to do as you please. Your definition of success may be different than others.
The main difference is that participants are not graded on daily nutrition, but on your Pre vs. Post InBody Scan results (BF%). Everybody’s definition of success is different. You could essentially eat or drink whatever you want and still succeed if you cut some bad habits.

Think of it as us giving you bumper lanes in a bowling alley and a path to bowl a strike. If you are okay with veering off the path and knocking down 8 pins, great!

Other things that are different: $300 cash prize, weekly meetup, no weekly scoring, text messages, FB instead of the app, new meal plans, cheaper sign up fee, and opportunity to partner up with an accountability partner.
Yes, always recommended. Especially to see how much sugar you are consuming daily.
We recommend 3 main meals per day with the optional/occasional snack. Or pre-workout snack.
You will find a section about snacks in your handbook after signing up on the members-only website
You will daily literature or video content via Facebook or occasional text message if opted in for on the google form.
Stand by. This will be a challenge released during the SSS.
You will be eating real, whole, nutrient-dense foods. You will not be eating refined and highly processed foods. This program will require that you get your hands dirty in the kitchen, but there are loads of tips and tricks for how to manage the program while dining out, traveling, and overall living a busy modern life.
There are no special foods or supplements required to complete the SSS. If you would like to make the recipes in the meal plans you may find some new ingredients within the recipes. There will be resources shared within the closed FB group that explain where to find special ingredients.
No. While the SSS may eliminate added sweeteners, gluten, and soy and all processed foods, depending on your activity level you may include some whole gluten-free grains and full-fat dairy and are not considered Paleo.
No. While The SSS may be lower in refined carbohydrates than a standard American diet, it includes carbohydrates from select grain, fruit and vegetable sources depending on your plan and modifications.
No. The SSS is not a ketogenic program specifically. You are welcome to follow a very low-carb/ketogenic approach to the SSS but the program as-intended isn’t specifically ketogenic.
Yes! This program is gluten-free. It’s also soy-free, corn-free, and very allergen-free friendly. You can also make the choice to go dairy-free.
Yes! You will continue with your current diet but adding in a few changes specific to the SSS.
Yes! Pregnant and breastfeeding moms should ask questions on how to add more SSS friendly carbs to their plates within the program.
Yes! Athletes please ask questions on how to add more SSS friendly carbs to their plates within the program.
Yes! With some small adjustments for young family members, the SSS is absolutely family-friendly. We don’t recommend suggesting dietary limits for children that are beyond simply eating real, whole foods. So, for kids, we typically recommend they enjoy any food you’re making on the program, in whatever portions they need, and that they do not limit their whole fruit intake.
First, The SSS should not be seen as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

The SSS is a whole-foods based program and is safe for anyone. That said, if you are under the care of a medical professional, are insulin-dependent, or are taking blood sugar-regulating medications, we recommend that you consult with your doctor before beginning any new nutritional program. You may find that your medications need to be adjusted with your new way of eating, and enlisting the support of your doctor will be important.