Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be at a certain health level to do WildFit?
WildFit is designed to meet you wherever you are. Many come to us with a variety of goals and health issues.
96% of people who start WildFit, finish it. Which further proves that its suitable and effective for anyone at any fitness or weight level.
How should I prepare for the WILDFIT program?
Don’t. Don’t change a thing until the program begins. You may be tempted to start making changes or improving your habits, but the WILDFIT program works best when you simply arrive as you are; not on best behavior.
For now, keep eating normally and don’t change a thing. Programs that simply ask you to give up things you still want are doomed to failure; WildFit will help you permanently change the way you view your diet and the decisions you make int the future.
How long does it take to see results?
There have been clients who see results well before program completion and some see results towards the end of the program. Not everyone have the same experience. And it also depends on how willing you are in terms of allowing that change to happen.
But overall, we’re confident to say that in as little as 30 days, you will experience radical shifts in your weight, energy, libido, sleeping patterns and overall happiness levels.
If you’re skeptical, try this program anyway: because you have 30 days to prove your skeptic mind wrong. Sharon Singh so far has not had a case where her clients have asked for a refund. The program’s stick rate is over 90%, which leaves us confident that it’s almost impossible to not see any results with the WILDFIT program.
Can I do WildFit remotely?
Yes. WildFit live coaching uses zoom platform.
Will WILDFIT get rid of diseases?
WILDFIT is not a medical program and should not be taken as medical advice. While clients have reported normalized blood sugar, disappearing allergies, healthy weight loss, and a dramatic reduction of various symptoms, these are simply side effects of living a better lifestyle.
While many clients have eliminated various symptoms and ailments – and reduced their dependency on medication – we suggest that before making any major changes to your health-care plans (including medication dosage) you should consult your medical practitioner.