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80 Day Obsession Meal Plan – Timed Nutrition Planned Out

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The 80 Day Obsession meal plan is designed to give you flat abs and a round booty. The results require you to workout 6 days a week and follow the Timed Nutrition meal plan. In this post, we provide everything you need to lose weight and see results on the new program! 

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What is 80 Day Obsession?

Autumn Calabrese’s 80 Day Obsession combines effective workouts and timed nutrition to transform your total body in 80 days. The 45-60 minute strength-based workouts will help you build a round butt and flatten your belly with core work!

You can also grab our full 80 Day Obsession review for more details!

Is the 80 Day Obsession Nutrition Plan Different than the 21 Day Fix?

Yes, it’s different, but it does have a lot of similarities. It’s like a stepping stone. The 21 Day Fix meal plan allows for treats and doesn’t care when you eat certain food groups during the day. Then the 21 Day Fix Extreme got a little more intense with no treats and the countdown to competition meal plan. Now, the 80 Day Obsession Nutrition plan takes it a step further. Don’t worry – it’s still simple to understand and follow!

How Many Containers Can You Eat on 80 Day Obsession?

Depending on your weight and goals, you’ll fall into Plan A, B, C, or D. These plans and container counts are outlined in your nutrition guide inside of 80 Day Obsession.  Your plan will tell you how many calories and containers to eat per day. Then, we take it one step further by outlining when you should eat each type of container. This is called Timed Nutrition

Timed Nutrition

This program uses Timed Nutrition to help you have more energy and fewer cravings by eating the right amount of protein, carbs and healthy fats through the day. With Timed Nutrition, you’ll have certain containers you should consume during your “workout block” to see max results. 

The 80 Day Obsession nutrition guide also mixes in a “Refeed Day” and a “Peak Week“. On the Refeed days you’ll get more carbs to help restore your glycogen stores for the upcoming workouts, and on the Peak Week, you’ll deplete your carbs.

Here’s an example of what you’ll eat and when on Plan A:

80 day obsession meal plan A

Your Sample 80 Day Obsession Meal Plan

Once you order 80 Day Obsession, you’ll see printable materials on Beachbody on Demand for Plans A-F. These are VERY helpful and allow you to customize your plan. I am sharing my sample meal plan though. When I have a rest day, I don’t take my supplements, and I aim for my purple containers to be in Meal 1 and Meal 2.

Here’s an outline of how to plan your 80 Day Obsession Meal Plan if you’re using Eating Plan A.

80 Day Obsession Meal Plan A SoreyFitness

Get Our Full Size 80 Day Obsession Meal Plan Here

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What if you can’t eat before my workout?

No worries!

You don’t have to wake up in the middle of the night to eat a pre-workout meal to be able to workout at 5AM. The hour to 90 minutes is just to help you digest your food. If you can handle it, you can go ahead and eat and then press play on your workout.

If you can’t workout on a full stomach though, you can always choose to do the Meal 1 option listed or Shakeology. Autumn does suggest getting something on your stomach before a workout if you can. The Meal Option 1 is listed in the container count above instead of the pre-workout meal. Meal 1 is a little easier to eat and digest than the normal pre-workout meal.

You DO need your post-workout meal, though. The idea is to fuel your metabolism and body. So even if you’re working out at 7PM, you still need to eat that post-workout meal. If you don’t, your body will tap into your muscle and reserves, and in short – that’s bad. Make sure to eat your post-workout meal.

We also love Recharge because it helps fuel your muscles with protein through the night! It’s so easy to take too – you just drink it 1 hour before bedtime.

View My Favorite 80 Day Obsession Pre- and Post- Workout Meals

Making the “Workout Block” Work During the Day

Part of Timed Nutrition is the “Workout Block”. Which kind of scared me at first if I’m being honest. The good thing is – your pre- and post- workout meals can also serve as your normal breakfast, lunch or dinner.

So if you workout first thing in the morning, your pre-workout meal is basically breakfast.

Workout at night? Your post-workout meal is dinner.

Here are a few tips to making it work for you:

  • Meal Prep 1x a Week
  • Choose Similar Meals to Save on Meal Prep
  • Eat every 2-3 hours
  • Space your Red Containers (protein) throughout the day
  • Eat your Purple and Yellow (Carbs) earlier in the day or around your workout.
  • The supplements can help with muscle soreness and energy
  • Grab a multi-meal lunch box to cut down on excuses when you’re out!

Recommended Supplements

You’ll notice supplements are used in the 80 Day Obsession Meal Plan. These supplements aren’t required by any means, but they are what was used to give the MAX results during the workouts. If you want to feel your best and also get results like the test group, you’re going to want to use Energize and Recover. The best part? They include a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!

You can also save money by bundling the 80 Day Obsession with Shakeology and the Supplements.


Pro Tip: You’ll want to look over the plan before starting the workouts for best results. We also highly suggest a multi-meal lunch box to stay on track with Timed Nutrition.

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Ordering 80 Day Obsession

If you don’t already have Beachbody on Demand or 80 Day Obsession, there are a few ways to get started! The MEGA Pack is the most discounted option, and it includes everything you need! It also includes a 30-day money back guarantee!

If that’s too much, we have other options as well:

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Beachbody Coaching Also Helped Us Hit Our Goals!

We started Coaching in 2011, and our lives have never been the same! We love getting to work with like-minded people, help others hit their goals and the flexibility it allows us!! If you’ve thought about coaching before – we offer a ton of research to help you decide if its for you AND trainings to help you get started! View our Beachbody Coaching Guide

80 day obsession meal plan

To Recap

Autumn Calabrese’s 80 Day Obsession’s meal plan uses portion controlled containers and timed nutrition to get you maximum results quickly. Timed nutrition helps you have more energy and less cravings so that you can push through your workouts better!  

When you’re following timed nutrition, you’ll want to eat certain (starchy) containers during your workout block. You’ll also complete a few Refeed Days and a Peak Week within the 80 days to help your body from plateauing. You can get our full size 80 Day Obsession meal plan here.

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  1. Hi there! If you’re using Meal Plan Option 1 as your pre workout, would you then have the preworkout meal at the time you’d have Meal 1? Is it an even swamp?


    1. Hey Stefanie!!
      Yup! Meal 1 can be swapped for pre workout meal. So you could do your other containers throughout the day instead. Shakeology is easy to digest and works well as a pre workout for some! Hope that helps!!

    1. Hey Anne! Great question — The meal plan breaks down how much and what to eat on your rest day and refeed day. They give you an example of what to eat based on which calorie/container plan (A-F) you fall into. Does that make sense? Do you have any other questions about the workouts or nutrition plan?

  2. I have a question about the nutrition plan. I have a coach but I can’t seem to get an answer. For my phase 2 meal plan, I am still on Plan A. However, I’m starving!!! I drink a ton of water and I know the difference between hunger and boredom. My maintenance plan would be plan C but I would still like to get a few more pounds off. Advice?

    1. Since you’re starving (or just hangry!) – we would recommend bumping up to that Plan C. I know that can be really scary especially when you’re wanting to lose more pounds. With that said, even traditional weight-loss programs like Weight Watchers will say if you get to a plateau or are starving one week, bump up to the next rung of calories/points — and in this case containers. Your body may need the shift to continue to build lean muscle and keep your metabolism revving. I’d stick with it all of Phase 2 if you can mentally work your mind around it – if that’s too intimidating, try going to Plan C for just 1-2 weeks and see how your progress is coming then reevaluate. Hope that helps!

  3. Hi! I just purchased the B.B. on demand and I’m not sure if it includes the meal plan. Would you be able to help me with that? I dint have enough money to purchase the whole challenge package but I have the portion containers as well as bands and sliders.

  4. I live in India, but we have a subscription to BOD. My hubby and I are interested in the timed meal plan! I’d love an email also!

  5. Does the meal plan cost a lot to buy? I want to try this and I was wondering is it flexible cuz I wake up at 6:30am then go back to sleep til 9:30am. I go into work from 3 til 11pm. Do I have time to eat like I’m supposed to and workout?

    1. Hey Alison!
      All of the workouts and meal plan are included with Beachbody on Demand. A membership is $99 for the year or $40 a quarter. (View Pricing Here). So it’s not too crazy. You can always modify the timed nutrition to fit your schedule as well. Here’s a sample meal plan and a little more on modifying it – Just click here to view. Does that help? Do you have any other questions on it?

  6. I want to workout before everyone wakes so i can have that one hour to myself. I would like to start by 5:30am I am not a full meal person before a workout can I wait 30- minutes before starting my workout or do I need to stay within that 2-3 hour window?