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Answers to the most common questions about FABfit & FABfit Balance.


FABfit offers fitness and nutrition programs that help you create a balanced, healthy lifestyle. Our programs are designed to help you build inner & outer strength, plus confidence, so you can look and feel your best.

3-5 workouts a week depending on the training program you chose.  Also there is a bank of additional bonus workouts you can add in each week to personalize your training program.

Minimum equipment needed is just a set of dumbbells and a mat.  Some programs require multiple sets of dumbbells and I recommend having a light, medium, and heavy set on hand. This could mean 5 lbs, 8 lbs, and 10 lbs weights if you are just getting started.

In addition some programs utilize resistance bands – both the booty bands and open loop style. Finally some programs use a bench and kettle bell but these are optional and I model how to do the exercise with or without these.

You can use whatever brand you’d like but if you’d like to purchase the ones I have here are the Amazon links for booty bands and open loop bands.

You fill in the blanks here! We all have limitations due to various reasons and there is always a way to modify or an alternative exercise you could easily swap out to work the same muscle group. On the members page there is a section devoted to showing modifications for exercises!

Never do an exercise just because it’s written in the workout if it’s not good for your body! I don’t want to see any of you get injured trying to do something “just because.” Also, remember to always consult your physician before starting a new exercise program.

While there is nothing wrong with always doing a full body workout if you are a beginner or your goal is to just move your body, if your goal is to achieve body composition changes then you will have much better results from isolating the muscle groups.

Here are the reasons why I love and believe in muscle splits:

  1. Results – by isolating the muscle groups you will tone and define your muscles. In order to grow your muscles (which is what you want to do if you want that “tone” look) you need to create little micro tears in your muscles and you achieve this through following a training plan designed to drive results.
  2. Recovery – studies suggest that you need at least 72 hours of rest between high-intensity strength-training workouts to repair your muscles. So this allows for your muscles to repair, build, and grow- the repair time is super important! So even if you do all 3 -5 workouts on consecutive days your muscles still have time to repair and grow because you are focusing on different muscles each day.
  3. Time – by training your legs for a full workout your workout can be shorter (30 mins) because it’s more intense.  Isolated routine workouts take less time. You can still give your muscle groups an intense workout, but you won’t be spending as long doing it as you would in a full-body workout. I know time is a reason many women don’t workout and by training this way you can and will see results in a shorter amount of time than if you were to do a full body workout or a group fitness class at the gym.

The bottom line is nothing is wrong with full body workouts all the time (they are especially good for beginners), but you get more bank for your buck by training muscle groups.


Forever! When you purchase FABfit Balance you have lifetime access to the page, all the tutorial videos, and resources.

About 2.5 -4 hours to watch all the videos and go through the resources. Of course you don’t have to do it all in one sitting and everything is organized on the page so it’s easy to navigate and follow!

In all honesty – in the beginning their is a learning curve and it does take time. However, it’s time well spent and everything you learn about portions and food and balance will be invaluable!  Just like anything else you get out what you put in. Once you learn it all and start to apply it the time commitment to tracking is only about 5-10 minutes a day!

Macros is short for macronutrients. Macronutrients are simply what makes up the calories in the foods we eat. There are 3 macros – Carbs, Fat, and Protein. You’ll learn all about Macros, why each one is important and how to find the perfect balance for your body, so you can look and FEEL your best while hitting your personal goals!

FABfit Balance is an all virtual and self-paced course.  It does not include one-on-one coaching, group coaching, or individual support from Lauren.  If you would like more support and coaching, please join the waitlist to be the first to know when Lauren will be offering macro coaching!

In the meantime everything you need to know and all the tools and resources you need to get started (as well as a group forum and private Facebook group with a community of women all working toward the same goals) are found in the Balance course!

It’s an amazing self-paced course where you will learn so much and find success hitting your personal goals!

No! That’s the beauty of macro counting. It’s flexible and personal! You do what’s right for you, your body, and your lifestyle. You’ll have your set macros and then you can “budget” them however you’d like!

In the program you will have suggestions and recommendations of macro friendly recipes, foods and swaps but you can make anything work. You will learn so much!

No! And that’s why I love it! There are no restricted foods and you can eat when best fits your body and life!  Trust me – I know it sounds too good to be true, but once you learn the balance and the science behind it all – it makes sense! You learn how to eat to hit your goals while feeling good, strong, and satisfied!


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