LITURGICAL CHALLENGES

Sometimes people need a concentrated period of formation and growth in order to grow in virtue or remove vice. Our Liturgical Challenges are an opportunity to journey with others and the Church through a six, eight, or twelve week challenge that are held during certain liturgical seasons. 

We have several Challenges that we host every year. 

- The Lenten Challenge (8 weeks)

- The Advent Challenge (6-7 weeks)

- The Pentecost Challenge (8 weeks) 

- NEW Women's Challenge

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FAQ's for the Advent Challenge

What is the price for the Challenge?

  • $60 for the full 8 week challenge and all formation content

How are the workouts delivered?

  • Through an app called True Coach where you will have the exercise routine, demo videos, and access to the coach running the challenge for questions and guidance.

Will I get a meal plan?

  • We don't believe in meal plans at HF. Studies show that they don't usually give lasting results. So we give all challengers receive a Nutrition Guide to educate them on nutrition choices, rather than dictate what they can and can't eat.

What if I have an injury or preexisting condition?

  • Our coaches are industry leaders when it comes to exercise selection. They will be able to give you options based on your needs.

How do I sign up!?!

  • Easy! Click the button below!

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"Workouts are challenging but are scaled to anyone's level of workout experience. Also large amount of content for workout information and short theological dives. Would strongly recommend!"

—  Benjamin, Advent + Lenten Challenge

POPE ST. JOHN PAUL II

Only through the Eucharist is it possible to live the heroic virtues of Christianity: charity, to the point of forgiving one's enemies; love for those who make us suffer; chastity in every age and situation of life; patience in suffering and when one is shocked by the silence of God in the tragedies of history or of one's own personal existence. You must always be Eucharistic souls in order to be authentic Christians