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Beachbody's 21 Day Fix Base Kit sold out within 36 hours of release

Less than 36 hours into its release, Beachbody has sold out of its new item, the 21 Day Fix. Monday, CEO Carl Daikeler announced on his Facebook page “In its first eight hours, 21 Day Fix sold more than we projected... FOR THE WEEK.”

Beachbody 21 Day Fix Base Kit sold out within 36 hours

Yesterday afternoon, Beachbody sold-out of the Base Kit.

According to the Team Beachbody Website, “Due to popular demand, 21 Day Fix™ is delayed on product shipment. Reserve your 21 Day Fix™ package today for estimated delivery in late March.”

The only complete package available is the 21 Day Fix Challenge Pack, which includes a one month subscription as a Club Member, and a month’s supply of Shakeology.

An estimated remaining supply of the Challenge Pack has not been released.

21 Day Fix has been the buzz around the fitness community since word of its production was announced last Fall. Anticipation has been building due to the programs reliance on simplicity, and effective results.


Challenge Groups that offer free help, support and guidance by Beachbody Coaches, have been popping up all over the place.

Coach Natalie of Timnath, Colorado has started the TGF 21 Day Fix Challenge Group, set to kick-off the week of February 10th. She is excited to be part of the phenomenon.

“The response to this program is insane”, Natalie says.

"The fact that they sold out didn't suprise me," she adds. "You could feel the anticipation in the air as the release date approached. A fitness program that allows for treats like wine and chocolate, yet still gives amazing results is brilliant. I knew people were going to flock to it in droves!"

“Where else can you get a workout program like this, a nutrition plan that requires ZERO guesswork, a dedicated coach to see you through, and a private challenge group to make sure you succeed?”

Natalie also discusses the added value of a Challenge Pack that includes Shakeology.

“For the days you’re in a rush, you get a chemical free meal replacement shake that will help curb your cravings.” She adds, “Shakeology will fill you up and tastes like dessert!”

The program offers a fitness and nutrition packaged that showed test group participants lost an average of 10 lbs in one 21 day period, and many lost up to 15 lbs. Some participants who completed multiple rounds lost over 100lbs.

21 Day Fix, showcasing rising fitness superstar Autumn Calabrese, features a 7 color coordinated container system than makes nutrition simple and fun. The workouts are 30 minutes each, with 7 different workout sessions to include cardio, light to medium weights or bands, Yoga, Pilates and more.

The program is designed to accommodate any fitness level, from beginner to advanced. The basic nutrition structure is explained with the slogan “if it fits, you can eat it.”

According to Calabrese, no food is off limits, “You can even have chocolate and wine!”

“It’s not a starvation diet at all; it’s healthy portion control. You do get to fill the containers, most of them more than once a day.” She continues, “…in the beginning of the book you get, that explains how to use it, there’s a formula…you’re going to use this formula one time that is going to give you a calorie bucket.”

The calorie bucket will tell you your calorie range that will determine how many times you get to use each container during the day.

Calabrese says after you use the formula once, you no longer have to worry about calories.

Calabrese states, “it’s [the calorie bucket] going to tell you how many green containers you get, this is how many red, this is how many purple.”

The 21 Day Fix container system is completely user friendly. You can “design your meals” based on your individual needs. “I’m not saying for breakfast you have to eat a purple container, or you have to eat a yellow,” says Autumn. “You can divide the containers up throughout the day, however you see fit.”

21 Day fix is only offered through, and offers FREE Shipping for February.

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