The Eat to Perform (ETP) program was created out of the realization that fat loss could (and should) happen much faster for everyone, not just some people.
Eat to Perform is a carefully designed system based on solid exercise physiology and sound nutrition principles that will provide you with powerful tools to change your body and change your life.
Unlike diet programs that set you up for failure Eat to Perform helps you understand how to take advantage of the synergy between training and nutrition. Thus, allowing you to permanently adapt eating and exercise habits with a targeted and systematic approach to lose fat as fast as possible while keeping you healthy.
Prep: The Eat to Perform 24/7 program requires a base level of fitness before starting. It is recommended that those who are new to high intensity training begin with ETP Prep. This phase consists of 3 weeks of a variety of training modalities and nutrient information designed to help your body gain and tolerate more from every workout. These are both essential points to get you ready for the full Eat to perform 24/7 program. Member En Bloc: $195; Non-member En Bloc: $215
24/7: The Eat to Perform 24-7 program follows an ever adapting format creating a unique approach to maximize time and results. The program features 5 weeks of both high intensity progressive training and a multi-stage nutrition strategy designed to produce a remarkable body transformation.
Member En Bloc: $575 (includes Bod Pod); Non-member En Bloc: $630
Black Magic: Lifestyle changes provide the most effective method of losing weight and maintaining weight loss. The Eat to Perform Black Magic is a 4 week program that builds on the 24/7 foundation. This phase provides consistent and progressive training as the key to long term body composition management. Black Magic is about starting the rest of your fat loss journey in a predictable, sensible and logical way.
Member En Bloc: $475; Non-member En Bloc: $525
Felipe Sanchez M.S. Fitness Consultant
NASM, PES Performance Enhancement Specialist
NASM, CES Corrective Exercise Specialist