Which Women’s Health Fitness Challenge Is Best For You?

Ella Castle

When January 1 rolls around, it feels like nothing can stop you from accomplishing your fitness goals. You’re basking in all that New Year’s energy, and you’re ready to train harder, lift heavier, and move more. The only problem? You don’t exactly know where to start. Luckily, Women’s Health can […]

When January 1 rolls around, it feels like nothing can stop you from accomplishing your fitness goals. You’re basking in all that New Year’s energy, and you’re ready to train harder, lift heavier, and move more. The only problem? You don’t exactly know where to start.

Luckily, Women’s Health can take the guesswork out of finding the perfect workout plan. Whether you want to strengthen your core or grow your glutes, it only takes 30 seconds (or less!) to figure out which Women’s Health 30-day workout plan is best for you. Developed by certified personal trainers, each plan is fully customizable to your fitness level and schedule.

Sign up for WH+ now for full access to all of Women’s Health’s fitness challenges, a print subscription, unlimited digital access, and more.

Plus, once you’ve mastered one WH+ Exclusive Fitness Challenge, you can keep up your momentum by trying another. Maybe you want to focus on toning your arms this month, and then level up to full-body workouts the next month. Or perhaps you’re a runner who wants to pair cardio with core work. Whatever your lifestyle or movement preferences, these easy-to-follow workout plans can help you fill in the gaps.

Ready for the best sweat of your year (so far)? Take this quick quiz below:

Before you know it, you’ll end January even stronger than you began it.

For more ways to get 2024 off to a great start, check out the full list of workout and meal plans available to WH+ members. Plus, check out the other perks available as part of our membership program.

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Lindsay Geller is the Lifestyle Director at Women’s Health, where she oversees the Life, Sex & Love, and Relationships sections on WomensHealthMag.com and the Mind section of Women’s Health magazine. When she’s not writing or editing articles about the latest dating trends and pop culture phenomenons, she’s usually watching reality TV or playing with her dog, Lucille (Go Fetch That) Ball.

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