We are so excited to tell you about this project we have been working on for the last two months – a 40-day workout and devotional program for Lent. If you are looking to become more disciplined, both spiritually and physically, this is the perfect program for you. Lent starts on February 18th, and if you hurry, you can get this amazing program for 50% off!
How It Works
Two of our Vaulter Fit girls partnered up to bring you this amazing workout and devotional. Kristin, an ACSM certified personal trainer, wrote 40 days of workouts and Samantha, a seminary student at Princeton Theological Seminary, wrote 40 days of devotions to help you experience Lent in a whole new way. The workouts are designed for people of all fitness levels. They can easily be adjusted to suit your personal fitness level. They include body weight circuits, cardio days, and strength workouts to help you build muscle and lose fat. The devotionals will help you slow down and refocus your attention on Christ and the meaning of the Lenten season. A variety of daily spiritual practices, such as Lectio Divina (the “divine reading”), various methods for examining the conscience, and helpful tips for silencing the heart and mind in prayer will challenge the way you experience Lent.
What Others Are Saying
“The workouts had moves that were not too complicated. I LOVED the ab workouts. I did the devotionals throughout the day and thought a lot about during the workouts. I was so much more conscious of what I was doing and I felt more of a purpose when I was working out.” -Clair
“It has good full body workouts and had me sweating. I will be sore tomorrow! Also, the devotional is very well written and has great verses to kick off lent.” -Hannah
“Even if you don’t exercise, but especially if you do, please check it out! I can promise you won’t go through Lent unchanged.” -Lauren
A Note From The Author
Just like physical training, spiritual training and practice can be painstaking, mundane, and/or wearisome. However, I learned through pole vaulting that physical training strengthens my body by tearing it down first. Spiritual training also tears down my weaker parts to build up stronger “spiritual muscle tissues.” With both types of fitness, I have learned that dedication through difficult times of training helps me become, by God’s grace, the type of person who can better glorify Christ in body and soul. I pray that through this Lenten journey, we may all become the type of people, through the grace of God, who see and love Jesus in every face and become good stewards of our bodies, which are temples for God to dwell in.