Warrior Babe Program Cost
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How Much Does Warrior Babe Cost?

Last Updated on January 18, 2024
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

The Warrior Babe movement, founded by Nikkiey Stott, has become hugely popular for guiding women towards healthier lifestyles. But with varying membership options, many wonder – how much does Warrior Babe cost to join?

This in-depth guide will break down the real Warrior Babe pricing tiers based on our research, analyze the value compared to costs, and provide financial planning tips.

At its core, Warrior Babe revolves around the Blueprint program. This multi-module course teaches nutrition and fitness fundamentals to help women master their body composition.

Beyond Blueprint, Warrior Babe offers tiered membership levels and exclusive VIP coaching. Let’s decode the actual costs at each level.

How Much Does Warrior Babe Cost?

The Warrior Babe Blueprint course provides the foundation of the Warrior Babe coaching methodology. This comprehensive digital program covers:

  • Seven educational modules
  • Downloadable worksheets
  • Private community access
  • Live Q&A calls
  • Ongoing support

According to the Warrior Babe website and verified through user reviews, the current cost for the core Warrior Babe Blueprint program is $1,497.

This one-time payment grants you lifetime access to the modules, materials, calls, and community. Additional costs may include optional supplements or equipment.

For ambitious women seeking structured guidance on lifestyle habits, diet principles, and smart training, Blueprint delivers an abundance of resources and mentorship for the $1,497 investment.

VIP Warrior Babe Pricing

Beyond the standard Blueprint course, Warrior Babe offers more exclusive VIP coaching packages. These provide:

  • Personal mentoring with Nikkiey Stott
  • Improved mindset and exercise practices
  • Meal plan and workout accountability for faster results
  • Deepened nutritional expertise
  • Heightened fitness progress
  • More community interaction
  • Business and life lessons

VIP Warrior Babe pricing depends on membership duration:

  • 3-month access – $2,000
  • 6-month access – $3,500
  • 12-month access – $6,000

At the highest VIP level, 12-month memberships cost approximately $6,000. But shorter 3 or 6-month commitments start at just $2,000.

Compared to hiring personal trainers or nutritionists separately, VIP guidance from the globally respected Warrior Babe team carries tremendous upside.

For women seeking serious lifestyle transformations through ongoing coaching, the VIP tier accelerates success in all areas of life.

The WarriorBabe Macro Accelerator course

The WarriorBabe Macro Accelerator course provides comprehensive education on properly using macronutrients to transform your body composition. Key components of the training include:

  • 18 video lessons covering every aspect of strategic macro use for fitness goals
  • The proprietary WB4 Method to wield macros for customizable body shaping
  • Personalized understanding of macros from the ground up, granting lifelong body control
  • Complete guidance on tailoring macros across changing fitness levels and plateaus
  • Downloadable action items and printable worksheets for real-world application
  • Lifetime access to the in-depth video curriculum
  • 100% money-back guarantee for 14 days after purchase

The current cost for the Macro Accelerator training is $297, discounted by $100 off the full price.

For any woman seeking expertise on leveraging macros for better health and physique, Macro Accelerator supplies the ultimate A-Z mastery toolkit. The simplified video lessons turn complex concepts into accessible knowledge to yield lifelong macro proficiency.

The Value of Warrior Babe Programs

Do Warrior Babe’s real program costs align with the value delivered? Here is an objective breakdown by tier:

Core Blueprint Program Value

Warrior Babe Nikkiey StottThe upfront $1,497 Blueprint payment may seem high. But it grants unlimited lifelong access to the materials and community.

Considering just 8-12 personal training or nutrition coaching sessions can cost $1,497 or more, Blueprint’s wealth of resources demonstrates excellent value.

Even greater upside comes from forming long-term healthy habits that reduce medical bills and improve quality of life. For any woman committed to leveling up, Blueprint promises huge ROI.

VIP Program Value

At $2,000 to $6,000, Warrior Babe’s VIP coaching requires serious investment. Is the price tag justified?

Direct mentorship from global experts like Nikkiey Stott is difficult to quantify but can profoundly accelerate progress. Members achieve faster fitness, improved nutrition, and enhanced mindset through intimate weekly access.

For women with ambitious wellness and lifestyle goals, hands-on WarriorBabe VIP guidance delivers dramatic breakthroughs and success. The investment pays dividends across health, career, and relationships.

Budgeting and Financial Planning for Warrior Babe

What money-saving strategies help fund Warrior Babe’s programs?

  • Realistically assess your budget and how much you can dedicate towards self-improvement.
  • Evaluate options to shift budgets away from lower-value expenses.
  • Split costs with a friend by going through the program together.
  • Take advantage of special financing options or payment plans.
  • Remember that investing in your health and wellbeing generates immense future benefits.

With smart planning, Warrior Babe’s training provides dramatic lifelong returns on your investment through better fitness, nutrition, and overall empowerment.

WarriorBabe Reviews

Going to the official WarriorBabe Youtube channel you’ll find a few videos with interviews and testimonials of real customers that talk about the essential part of the program and their individual experience after joining.

The program also has three different WarriorBabe Facebook groups, all run by the founder of the system, Nickiey Stott, featuring a few thousand members. WarriorBabe Blueprint group has around 2.700 members, and is currently the most active of them, with roughly 80 posts per day.

Although the program doesn’t have any Facebook reviews, there are some people talking independently, not all of them having only positive words to say about it. As you’d expect, the Warrior Babe website has a lot of positive reviews, made by women on all fitness levels and of all ages.

Aside from this, you will have a hard time finding anything about the program, especially since they spend a lot of time screening prospective clients.

Final Words on Warrior Babe Costs

Understanding the complete pricing picture allows women to make the best decision on the WarriorBabe program for their own needs and budget.

The core Warrior Babe Program Blueprint course grants digital access for $1,497. VIP packages with direct coaching start at $2,000 for 3 months and go up to $6,000 for 12 months.

While the upfront investment is substantial, most members feel the personalized guidance pays dividends through life-changing education, accountable support, and an empowering community.

Ultimately, the ROI of enhanced confidence, fitness, nutrition, and overall well-being outweighs any costs. Evaluating your goals and budget determines which tier makes the most financial sense on your journey to becoming a Warrior Babe.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the cost of Warrior Babe’s programs worth the investment for fitness and nutrition coaching?

Most members feel the personalized guidance, education, community, and accountability greatly outweigh the costs thanks to life-changing improvements to health, fitness, mindset, and lifestyle.

Are there any additional costs or fees associated with the Warrior Babe program?

Beyond the program pricing, budget for any optional equipment, suggested supplements, or related travel expenses which vary individually. However, the core program or VIP access includes full support.

19 replies
    • REM
      REM says:

      Thank you! I appreciate you taking the time to provide that info! Seeing the cost, I will pass and try to stick to my Tonal workouts more consistently. :)

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      • Sierra
        Sierra says:

        Oh my!!! Was not expecting it to cost that much.. that’s insane. I’m a new mother and work part time I can’t afford this

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  1. Kim R Bailey
    Kim R Bailey says:

    I don’t know when this article was written, but when I joined about 4 months ago, the VIP program cost me $3,500 for 6 months. I knew it wasn’t for me immediately and tried to get my $$$ refunded after the first 2 weeks. They wouldn’t allow that; there are NO refunds. I gave it my best shot for about 2 months and ended up gaining about 5 pounds (fat, not muscle), 2 jeans sizes and a couple of inches on my waistline. So, I paid all of that money, GAINED weight, and feel physically and emotionally awful. This was a very expensive lesson to not fall for this type of thing ever again! This 6-month program I stupidly put on a credit card is going to take me more than 3 years to pay off!

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    • Alec Pow
      Alec Pow says:

      Thank you for your feedback, it makes our website and our content better. The article is rather new and based on other people’s experiences. Your content has been approved but would you mind sending us any proof possible that you participated in the program? We like to do our due diligence when content is added from outside sources. You can submit your proof at contact@thepricer.net and as soon as we receive your email, your personal experience will become a part of the main article.

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    • Sandy
      Sandy says:

      Depending on the terms and conditions of your credit card agreement, you may be able to dispute the purchase based on you not receiving what you paid for. Just a thought!

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    • SK
      SK says:

      Kim, I had the same experience, I gained weight and I wasn’t provide the promised meal plan support (only a 1 day sample was provided!). Having never tracked macros, it was very hard even with the MFP premium – oh and the amount of extras they recommend purchasing: gym membership if not that, then weights, a bench for home (and then some), My Fitness Pal premium ($80 annually), a scale to weigh food in grams….Then when my 6 months was ending (fall of 2023), they dropped me like a hot potato when I had lots of questions about the “post plan” which have never been addressed. They did offer a “special” extension at a reduced rate…well that reduced rate is $5 a month less expensive. Wow, what a deal.
      Supposedly this program does work for some, but for my current daily work and family life responsibilities it did not work and the support was not there to help me get there.

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    • Tonya
      Tonya says:

      Yikes!!! I have a scheduled phone interview in 3 days and of course the main question will always be…”how much is this going to cost?” That is a fortune to spend on something that may or may not work! I’m so sorry this happened to you and thank you for your review it helps me.

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  2. LC
    LC says:

    I joined Warrior Babe VIP back in February hoping to get the toned muscles they spoke about in the ad. I paid $3500 for 6 months, I figured if I balance my macronutrients like they say then I will get the results I want. I followed as best I could but the personalized meal plan (maybe I understood it wrong) was a breakdown of how much protein, fat and carbs to eat each day. I was to track my meals on MyFitnessPal (the free version or I could choose the premium version but the free version is fine they said). I had no guidance as to how much to portion each and after I track the food, discovered I was way off my targets! After 6 months I have gained weight and my clothes are fitting very snug so needless to say, I am pretty upset about it. The exercises are videos of other trainers for other companies, one such being Livestrong. The platform used is Trainerize which I’m not very familiar with but I think it is an app for personal trainers and their clients. So I’m not sure what their actual product is because they are using those of others. I will stick to my previous programs. I think I tried this one because I was a little bored and hoped to gain the muscle tone. Oh well!

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  3. Lori
    Lori says:

    I want to thank for the free information she does donate, and the person writing this, so those who really want personal training can make an educated decision. I am working on getting trained as a professional personal trainer and also wellness coach. The added comments further convince me that women need so much more than most programs can offer, and although I love Nikki’s talk, I REALLY do, I think we need coaches willing to train on a pay as able, train as able base. If people get results, they WILL follow through and come back. I thank the author of this discussion, it is also helping me to build a better me to serve my clients of tomorrow. I think both positive and negative viewpoints are important building material.

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  4. Christina
    Christina says:

    I also just got off the phone with a salesperson and was quoted $250 per month for 2 years!! $7,000 for the VIP access and $6,000, if I paid in full today& sale was going to end by 11:59 tonight. Unbelievable cost factor! They should be ashamed & I wonder why i can’t stand salespeople! They had me apply for a loan with Affirm right on zoom during appointment to get me to sign up thank goodness I didn’t get approved for the amount that they wanted to start payment.

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  5. Stephanie
    Stephanie says:

    Thank you for this review and for other who posted. I canceled my scheduled interview. I’m sure it works for some but I am not new to macros or the gym and they seem very overpriced.

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    • Merilee
      Merilee says:

      Thank you all so much. On the fence, have not committed. I had a call, said I was “auditing their program and two others” I am not new to fitness. My problem is consistency. I’ve eaten clean forever, worn fitness trackers for 8 years + done a lot of BeachBody workouts before that (P90x, Insanity, et al) I’ve no plan to join a gym I have enough equipment in my house + the heavy stuff. I have a kid in college, do not need more bills. COVID shutdown, bad food choices & menopause = me. I’d like to lose only 10-15 pounds to get back to my happy place. I did look at some of her videos that were embedded in the many daily emails and that was super helpful. I took A LOT of notes on her techniques, what to target, weight/reps/sets, for me THAT is what I was really looking for. I’m already involved in a hormone-rebalance-menopausal women-only workout group with a food plan and while I accepted their video access ($35 one-time fee) I declined their high priced supplements. I can fold in some of these workouts and probably get where I need to be. And I’m lucky to have IronMan champions for friends to turn to for any training advice.

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      • Kajo
        Kajo says:

        I’m like you. I did think the program might work because my calculations from Stacy sims matched but I couldn’t justify the cost. I have been making notes too. I’m following Cheryl Cooumbs on YouTube. She has dumb bell workouts and she’s older but fit n ripped. So that’s my weights, I’m a racewalker n triathlete so I track macros but don’t beat yourself up. I mean just hit the food groups. You don’t have to be so exact. There are free resources but I think you have to be patient t. Understand mistakes happen you’ll gain but keep on it. I’m working 2 upper n 2 lower body weights a week. 2 Plyo workouts, racewalk sessions and swim/bike. Low stress.

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