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The WILDERBODY Challenge

A Nine-Week Breakthrough in Physical Fitness Psychology

Movement. Don’t fool yourself: it’s not about willpower. It’s about flow. Your body wants to move, your body was designed to move, and most importantly, your body deserves to move. The WILDERBODY Workout Challenge will help you to establish the habits, internal motivation, and understanding you most need to enjoy improving and maintaining your physical fitness — no willpower necessary.

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“Just stick with it,” is what they say when they want you to use willpower to maintain a workout routine. But we already know willpower doesn’t play the long game. We’ve seen it happen time and time again; you give up, fail, get bored, even after draining all of your “willpower”.

To create and implement long-lasting habit changes we have to address the psychology of movement and, of course, the physiology of laziness.

You are not lazy. You’re far from it! What you are is an energy conservationist. Your ancestors only moved when they had to; when there was good reason. And they rested whenever they could. It is perfectly natural for your instincts to push you in that same direction.

But today, the world is different… We are different. We no longer have to move to find food or survive. The result? It’s killing us.

‘Approximately 2 million deaths per year are attributed to physical inactivity, prompting WHO to issue a warning that a sedentary lifestyle could very well be among the 10 leading causes of death and disability in the world.’

-WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

The WILDERBODY Challenge is not an exercise program; it is a fitness psychology program that is designed to help you love movement in a way that you don’t have to feel “motivated” to exercise. How would your life look if your mind and body were aligned in their desire for you to move, to push your body, to move how your body both wants and needs you to?

The WBC is the only fitness program on the market today that addresses habit creation via fitness psychology.

In just nine weeks you will learn a great deal about yourself, your natural behaviors, movement and, as the weeks progress, you will find your identity changing: you will become someone who wants to move. Someone who does not need to be motivated or pushed. You will become someone who simply enjoys exercise.

Change your relationship with movement, change your body, and change your entire quality of life.

9 Weeks

of Training

February 26th,2024

Start Date

The WILDERBODY Challenge was created by founder, Eric Edmeades in response to requests from thousands of people all over the world.

“People kept coming to me for advice about their workouts and how to change their relationship with exercise, but I didn’t know what to say to them. Frankly, I had a casual relationship with exercise and almost all of my movement was circumstantial; climbing mountains, walking on the beach, martial arts, and playing with my kids.

Three years ago that all changed thanks to a YouTube hater. One of my videos racked up over 10,000,000 views and I made the mistake of looking at the comments. Most of them were very positive and nice to read but a few were, well, nasty. And one, in particular, struck a nerve. It hurt.

‘I don’t know why this guy is talking about fitness. He doesn’t look so fit to me.’

I read it again. And again. And I knew why it hurt. It hurt because, frankly, it was true.

Look, I was approaching 50 years old, and compared to the other men my age I was doing just fine. I was not overweight. I had solid cardio fitness from all my adventure trips and mountain climbing, but I was getting a bit soft around the middle, saggy even.

I was forced to take a good, hard look at myself, my psychology, and my habits. And I realized things had to change. Both for my health, and for my mission to improve the health and lives of millions of people.

And so I did what I did with food. I studied. I learned. And I worked on my mindset.

Today, I look entirely different. In fact, when I turned 50 I looked and felt better than I had in years. In fact, I was in the best shape I had been in since I was 18 years old.

Before After
Before After

Not only does my body look better, but it feels better. I stand taller. I move with better posture. The occasional stress neck and headaches I used to get disappeared. My metabolism improved dramatically. I literally upgraded my entire quality of life.

And the best part is that I am not using willpower; I enjoy exercise in a way that I have never been able to before. Over the years I have tried ‘going to the gym’ or attending exercise classes but I could never stick with it. The slightest excuse would come up, get in the way, and then my efforts would come to an end.

Today, moving my body and staying in shape is easy for me. I enjoy it. I love it. In fact, as an example of how powerful this psychological shift has been, here’s a little story…

I strained my shoulder playing tennis one day. I went to the Physio. He told me to take it easy; lay off the gym for a few weeks.

The old me would have accepted that and used it as an excuse not to workout. The upgraded me has a very different approach. I went to the gym and spoke with a trainer. I told him about the issue I was having with my shoulder and that I wanted to keep working out, but carefully. He helped me design a program that kept me on track and I am 100% sure that my shoulder healed faster and better because I kept moving my body.

Look, exercise will not make you healthy; food, air and water do that. But exercise will make you healthier. Movement is imperative to long-term health, vitality, immune system health, and longevity.

Enjoy A Guaranteed Breakthrough In Your Physical Fitness Levels In Just 9 weeks

You’re only given one body. Taking care of it is a great idea — if not the best idea — you can follow through with. Sure, eat better. Stay hydrated. Sleep well. These things will help. But there’s no question your body has to move to experience optimal health.

Lack of regular and effective movement can:

Meanwhile, moving your body (the way it was designed to move) has all sorts of powerful benefits for your body including:

We all know these reasons for “getting fit” or “moving more”, but there is another, even more compelling and urgent reason for getting this right:

Your body is missing an important pump!

You have a heart whose job it is to pump blood around your body, to make sure that your entire body gets its needs met.

You have a diaphragm that pumps air in and out of your lungs, so that you can get oxygen for your blood.

As humans, we evolved these pumps because they served to solve urgent requirements of the body.

But, somehow, you were designed without a pump for your lymphatic system.

Why?

Well, first, what is your lymphatic system? Simply put, it is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials.

So then, why no pump?

Well, because your ancestors didn’t need one. For most of our history, our ancestors were required to move to survive. They didn’t have Netflix, Uber, escalators and airplanes. They actually had to move every single day to meet their most basic survival needs, and so their bodies evolved in a way that used their natural movements to move lymphatic fluid around the body. It was a great system; why build a whole new pump when our muscles could do the job just fine, right?

Well today, this is a problem. It is an example of something called the “Evolution Gap”; a design that worked well for our ancestors but is incredibly dangerous to us today. Why? Because we don’t move enough.

We have cars.

We use Uber, Lyft, and taxi cabs.

We get our food delivered right to our door.

We spend the better part of our day sitting in our cars and at our desks.

We watch TV and are glued to our screens.

We do a fraction of the movement that our ancestors did and, as a result, we are not pumping our cleansing lymph around our bodies. This allows toxins, waste and other unwanted materials to build up in our bodies. Yuck…

So now you understand why we need to move. And maybe you understand why many of us don’t. We’ve tried. We’ve created goals. Announced resolutions, bought memberships. But nothing stuck… Willpower didn’t stick.

The WILDERBODY Challenge

What if you could completely change your relationship with exercise? What if you could become the kind of person who loved to move? What if you could make that happen in just nine weeks?

Well, now, from the creator of the wildly successful WILDFIT Challenge, we present The WILDERBODY Challenge. Over the next nine weeks you will:

1) Learn Key Movement Principles

There are three types of movements that are imperative to your health and quality of life; we will explore each of the three so that you can gain a clear understanding of both why and how to make these movements a regular part of your life.

2) Powerful Behavioral Psychology

The WILDERBODY Challenge was designed with Behavioral Change Dynamics at top of mind — the powerful transformation system developed by Eric Edmeades created to show you why you make the decisions you do, and how to healthily change them.

3) Incremental Progress Through Micro-learning

The WILDERBODY Challenge guides you through a carefully curated 9-week journey so you never have to worry about feeling overwhelmed. Micro wins build-up to create the big wins, and that’s exactly what you’ll experience in this program. Sticking to the framework and understanding the changes you’ll undergo will be much easier at a maintainable pace.

4) No Calorie Counting or Restriction

While we will discuss nutrition principles in this program, you will not be asked to cut down, reduce, or eliminate anything from your diet during these nine weeks. You will be given some nutritional guidelines, but they are all optional and up to you to implement.

5) Designed To Achieve Results in 9 Weeks

The WILDERBODY Challenge is designed to create lasting change for you in just 9 weeks. You will already feel differently about exercise and movement by the end of the first two weeks, and a month down the road you will find yourself actually wanting to move your body!

6) Group Coaching

The WILDERBODY Challenge follows the structure of group classes, a structure that serves to support you and hold you accountable each step of the way. This way you can go through this experience with others; a team. Statistically, health and fitness is relative to proximity. You tend to gravitate towards the weight, fitness and health of the people closest to you. During these 9 weeks you will meet and team up with like-minded people committed to creating lasting change, just like you.

7) No Special Equipment or Foods

None!

8) Live Coaching with Eric Edmeades

This launch edition of The WILDERBODY Challenge is being personally hosted by Eric Edmeades, so this is a valuable opportunity where you’ll have the chance to learn directly from Eric about movement, exercises and, of course, the psychology of transformation.

Meet Your Trainer: Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades is an international speaker, author, and pioneer in the field of evolutionary biology and nutritional anthropology.

Eric spent the earlier part of his life struggling with constant sinus and throat infections, excess weight, acne and chronic fatigue.

His doctors believed that surgically removing his tonsils was the solution, but on a whim, Eric decided to experiment with changing his diet. Within 30 days, all his symptoms went away, so the surgery was canceled.

Eric’s personal experience drove his passion to explore food’s role in human health. He wanted to understand why simple dietary changes healed his body – especially when western medicine had spent years telling him that cutting out a part of his body was the only solution.

His research took him to live with bushmen in Africa, where he studied their lifestyle. He waded through stacks of nutritional data and functional anthropology research and devoted years of his life to analyzing and testing his theories.

 

The WILDERBODY Challenge

A breakdown of exactly how you will change your relationship with movement and ultimately your quality of life.

Week 1: Understanding Laziness

During your introductory week you will come to understand why laziness is important, why it is so easy for us to succumb to, and how to actually use it to our advantage. You will also develop a powerful understanding of your own movement psychology by discovering potential “movement blocks” and how to overcome them.

Week 2: Understanding Progress

In the second week of the challenge you will learn about intentional movement; how to incorporate functional movement into your day-to-day life without having to go to classes, hiring a trainer or stepping foot anywhere near a gym.

You will also learn about The Movement Trigram: the three models of movement, including why each one is so important to incorporate and how to make sure you are doing each correctly so you can avoid potential injury and feel great about moving your body.

Week 3: Flexibility and Youth

In week three we will explore flexibility, the role it plays, how important it is and, of course, how to improve and maintain our flexibility (youthfulness) as we age.

Week 4: Strength and Power

In week four we will work on muscle growth. We’ll take a look at how to improve our muscle density by understanding muscle movement, and you will take important steps to improve your strength along with your metabolic health. This is the week where you will start to feel amazing!

Week 5: Cardiovascular Health

In week five we will explore and discover movements — many of which don’t even require effort — that can improve your cardiovascular health and fitness.

Week 6: Integration and Transformation

In your final week you will learn the proven powerful tools for transformation that will help you to retain what you have learned during The Wilder Body Challenge, along with establishing new movement habits that will create a compelling and healthy future for your body.

Week 7: Cardiovascular Health

In week seven we will explore and discover movements — many of which don’t even require effort — that can improve your cardiovascular health and fitness.

Week 1

Welcome to the challenge. Understanding laziness.

During your introductory week you will come to understand why laziness is important, why it is so easy for us to succumb to, and how to actually use it to our advantage. You will also develop a powerful understanding of your own movement psychology by discovering potential “movement blocks” and how to overcome them.

Week 2

Understanding progress, intentional movement and the movement trigram.

In the second week of the challenge you will learn about intentional movement; how to incorporate functional movement into your day-to-day life without having to go to classes, hiring a trainer or stepping foot anywhere near a gym.

You will also learn about The Movement Trigram: the three models of movement, including why each one is so important to incorporate and how to make sure you are doing each correctly so you can avoid potential injury and feel great about moving your body.

Week 3

Flexibility.

In week three we will explore flexibility, the role it plays, how important it is and, of course, how to improve and maintain our flexibility (youthfulness) as we age.

Week 4

Flexibility with special guest.

In week four, we continue our flexibility journey alongside the help of a very special guest. This week includes a 60 minute class with a flexibility expert who walks us through flexibility for all ages and levels. 

Week 5

Strength and power. Muscle growth and metabolic health.

In week five we will work on muscle growth. We’ll take a look at how to improve our muscle density by understanding muscle movement, and you will take important steps to improve your strength along with your metabolic health. This is the week where you will start to feel amazing!

Week 6

Strength and power with special guest.

In week six, we take a unique look at strength and power with another special guest. This week, we begin to understand the “power” our bodies have when we use our muscles on a regular basis. 

Week 7

Cardiovascular health.

In week seven we will explore and discover movements — many of which don’t even require effort — that can improve your cardiovascular health and fitness.

Week 8

Cardiovascular health with special guest.

In week eight, we’re joined by another special guest who walks us through simple movements that get our heart rate up and pumping. We continue to learn the principles of having a healthy heart and where our rate should be when exercising. 

Week 9

Establishing new habits – mindset training.

In your final week you will learn the proven powerful tools for transformation that will help you to retain what you have learned during The Wilder Body Challenge, along with establishing new movement habits that will create a compelling and healthy future for your body.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, this program is for people who are new to fitness or who are struggling in maintaining a fitness routine for themselves.

If you are going to the gym daily and feel good about your fitness this program is NOT for you. However, if you are going to the gym and have found yourself in a rut or not progressing along in your fitness journey, this program is for you.

There is not, this program is only 9 weeks. 

You can request a refund up until 7 days from your purchase. In the final 7 days before the program starts, purchases are non-refundable. This is so we can work with our special guests on class size and special bonuses. 

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Group Challenge

Join us February 26th, 2024 for our next WILDERBODY Group Challenge by Eric Edmeades

Go through the course with Eric + a group of WILDERBODIES.

Create accountability pods in order to keep yourself accountable during the program.

Self Study

Go at your own pace. Select when you want to begin the Challenge.

Some people wanted to do Week's 1 and 2 for longer and then move into week 3. Now you can!