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All About Project Sculpt’s Transformation Challenge

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Achieving fitness goals can be hard — focusing on nutrition, exercising, and feeling confident in your plan can be a lot for anyone to handle alone. Back in June, Project Sculpt opened on Washington Street in Hoboken and changed the game for those looking to get big results from their workouts. Their Transformation Challenge is coming back starting on September 30th, and it has everything you need to get fit, healthy, and even win some money. Keep reading to learn more about this fitness challenge and how past participants have lost up to 25lbs in 30 days {!} with just diet and exercise.

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The Transformation Challenge

The Transformation Challenge is a 30-day challenge that allows participants the opportunity to combine fitness and diet, making it possible {and easy} to work on both areas at the same time, plus you get the guidance of the Project Sculpt team.

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The challenge incorporates workouts with free weights, skill mill treadmills, core isolation, and kettlebells. All participants will receive meals delivered directly to their homes each week so they have proportioned-out meals and can easily stay on top of nutrition without having to spend any time on it. 

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Participants of the Transformation Challenge will receive:

  • Unlimited classes at Project Sculpt for an entire month
  • 10 meals a week from Get Deliciously Fit
  • 1-on-1 boxing session
  • 1 recovery massage
  • Seminar and weigh in with contest tips, information, and instructions

Sign Up for The Transformation Challenge

The cost of the Transformation Challenge is $1000, and it kicks off on September 30th. It’s a 30-day challenge and the winner will receive a $500 cash prize. {Previous winners have lost 10 to 25 pounds during the 30-day challenge!}

About Project Sculpt + Owner Chris Almazan

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Project Sculpt is owned and operated by Chris Almazan, a celebrity personal trainer who has perfected the formula for body transformations over the last 10 years. Chris began his career as a personal trainer and then followed by opening Get Deliciously Fit, a meal-prep delivery company serving NY + NJ. Chris learned how to fine-tune the formula to create change in his body when training for a men’s physique competition. Chris has helped hundreds of people transform their bodies through fitness and nutrition, and has personally worked out in hundreds of gyms. Project Sculpt brings his training and knowledge to the Hoboken community and helps people achieve their dream bodies through some of his favorite and tried-and-true workouts.

Train Hard + Recover 

Patrick Barcenilla, LMT, is a sports massage + stretch therapist who offers in-home massages as well as on-site at Project Sculpt. Clients utilize his services for deep tissue massages or recovery stretches. Clients can train hard and maintain their recovery when working with Patrick. The trainers at Project Sculpt believe in proper diet, recovery, and their perfected workouts for a total body transformation.  

Sign Up Here

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Sign up and reserve your spot for the Transformation Challenge. It starts on September 30th and goes for 30 days. Project Sculpt is located at 319 Washington Street, right above Sephora. {You can treat yourself to something pretty after the challenge!}

This post is sponsored by Project Sculpt. 

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Arielle is a born-and-bred Jersey girl and like a true NJ native, half her diet consists of bagels and the other half pizza. As a graduate of both American University and City, University of London, she’s been a passionate writer ever since she wrote her first “book” in the first grade. When she’s not furiously typing away at her keyboard, she spends her time ticking places off of her “to travel to” list, trying any and all new foods, and trying to stop herself from spending too much money at Zara.

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