PowerUP™ Frequently Asked Questions
How does your guarantee work?
Simple. If you’re not satisfied by the time you complete your second full week of PowerUP™, then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll refund your first (and only) month’s payment.
Do I need to buy any special products, foods, etc.?
Nope. All the physical activities we recommend can be done on your own, and the foods we recommend are available at your local grocery store and in many restaurants.
How long does the PowerUP™ program last?
Our intent is to stay with you until you’re confident in your new habits. Upon completion of the 16-week intensive program, you have the option to continue using all the PowerUP™ resources – keeping you supported and accountable until you no longer need us.
Is PowerUP™ family friendly?
Definitely. That’s because we encourage you to enjoy real, whole, foods. These include lean proteins, complex carbs, and healthy fats, with room for the occasional (and much needed) indulgence. We’ll help you out with a variety of recipes and food prep tips, but you’ll decide how to prepare meals and snacks that you, your spouse and/or kid(s) will love.
Is PowerUP™ vegetarian-friendly?
Yes. Our nutrition plan is customizable to meet your needs.
What, exactly, are these ‘mindset exercises’? This is new for me.
You’ll engage in reflective exercises to become more conscious of your motivations and drive. They’ll help you understand the root and triggers of some of your existing habits so you can start shifting them in a healthier direction.
Can I participate in PowerUP™ while breastfeeding?
Yes, so long as your doctor gives you the thumbs up to start a weight management program. Your nutrition plan is customizable to meet the needs of you and your child.
- You have heart disease
- You have asthma or lung disease
- You have diabetes or kidney disease
- You have arthritis
- Pain or discomfort in your chest, neck, jaw or arms during physical activity
- Dizziness or fainting with exercise or exertion
- Shortness of breath with mild exertion, at rest, or when lying down or going to bed
- Ankle swelling, especially at night
- A rapid or pronounced heartbeat
- A heart murmur that your doctor has previously diagnosed
- Lower leg pain when you walk, which goes away with rest
If you have any other questions, please contact us at email@example.com.