So y’all know I have been doing the 21 day fix workout program off and on for about a year. I’ve had great results and even during pregnancy and half marathon training, I have added in the workouts! I LOVE that they are 30 minutes and I can do them while Annabelle is napping. You can see my PRE-pregnancy results from my 90 day training HERE, from earlier this year.
For me food has always been more of a struggle then getting my workouts in, so its really taken me this past year of trial and error and hosting challenge groups, to find a groove with the food. The 21 day fix program comes with these handy colored containers that you use to measure your food, I used them for my first round (3 weeks) and then it became habit, now I can look at my plate and eyeball my portions. The great thing about the 21 day fix is it is meant to be repeated over and over AND it also establishes a healthy foundation! It’s not a diet, its a lifestyle change.
I coach ladies every month in my challenge groups about healthy eating and I provide weekly meal plans for the 21 day fix! I wanted to put together a free meal plan for people who either already have a coach or who want to do the program on your own. This meal plan is NOT for a specific calorie target instead its mix and match. So their are 7 dinners, 3 breakfast options, 3 lunch options and 3 dessert options. All the container counts are listed and they are for ONE serving.
The dinner recipes make large portions, so you could even do leftovers and have it for dinner the next night. I’ve also put together a PDF with the recipe links too.
Some of the recipes featured in this meal plan are:
Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pizza, you can find that recipe HERE.
Another dinner recipe is Parmesan Chicken Zoodles, you can find that recipe HERE.
The 21 day fix can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to eat and when, my biggest tips are to eat every 2-3 hours. Also make sure you track ALL your food, whether you have a food journal or use My Fitness Pal App OR the 21 day fix app, they will help you stay on track! It might take you a couple weeks to get in the groove of meal prepping or planning, BUT it will be worth it!