Operation Muffin Top™
The Ultimate Weight-loss Challenge
Our "Operation Muffin Top" weight-loss Challenge is about life transformation through education, nutrition, and fitness to improve your Strength-to-weight ratio and overall health and fitness.
Whether you are just beginning the journey for better health, or an elite athlete looking to take your fitness to the next level, you owe it to yourself to take this challenge. No more excuses and no regrets - improve yourself, impact the world around you, and win some serious prizes!
With O.M.T there are TWO ways to win. Not only do we award a cash prize to the participant who loses the highest percentage of their starting weight but we also award a prize to the participant who racks up the most points throughout the competition. NEW this year...FREE 30 min Sports Massage to each winner!
Before/after pic: 20 points
Class attendance: 10 points
Food logs: 10 points
Group Zoom: 10 points
Testimonial: 20 points
One-on-One Mindset Session: 50 points (1 offered)
Post a video of weekly challenge to Facebook: 5 points
WINNERS: Cash Prize & FREE 30-minute massage
While most come to OMT to look and feel better here's the reason we base performance of the program on the scale and why that number truly matters...
While strength-to-weight ratio is often used when discussing weight-training sports, it’s important for any athlete. A high SWR usually means you can produce more power with every action – so you can run, swim and cycle faster. In gymnastics, an athlete with a higher strength-to-weight ratio can perform better in suspension exercises, such as on the rings or parallel bars. A cyclist with a higher SWR can power up hills more quickly and efficiently with less effort.
While adding muscle mass helps increase your strength-to-weight ratio when you are a weight- or powerlifter, you don’t want to add too much excess muscle when you’re an endurance athlete or a gymnast. A heavier, more muscular body means you have that much more weight to carry or propel through space.
Functional training with bodyweight exercises – such as pushups, pullups and core work -- and reducing excess body fat with a healthy, portion-controlled diet, you will improve your strength-to-weight ratio.