Cam Speck Workout Routine and Diet Plan

Cam Speck is the co-founder and president of Fitplan Technologies whose aim and purpose to create this application is to motivate people by the means of health and fitness. He thinks that fitness and health initiate the groundwork for a fabulous life, enabling you to achieve better at everything you do in addition to improving the determination and mindset to grow in the best version of yourself.

Cam also maintains that a focus on health and fitness shouldn’t be difficult, which is what sparked his work with the Fitplan, Bodyweight Burner. After years behind the camera producing fit plans for dozens of online fitness trainers and influencers, Cam switched gears to administer his dynamic and equipment-free exercise programs with supporters who, much like himself, are constantly on their own two feet. Guiding by the means of an example in every way, Cam reveals to us that when you begin to make your health your preference, there is nothing that can stop yours from achieving it.

Cam Speck Workout Routine

Cam Speck usually does bodyweight workouts because she is always on the go. He makes sure to include even a bit of workout in his busy schedule whenever he can. However, he makes sure he hits the gym for a strength training session whenever he finds the time to do so, otherwise, he sticks to basic to no equipment workouts to make his heart rate faster. Here are a few sample routines that he likes to do:


He says, “Challenge your balance, coordination, and core strength with this bodyweight workout from my bodyweight plan on @fitplan_app.”

Drop Squat – 40 seconds
Skater Hop – 40 seconds
Push-up Toe Tap – 40 seconds
Plank Knee Tap – 40 seconds

No rest between exercises. Rest 1 minute between rounds.

5 rounds


Squat with arm raise x 20
Reverse lunge x 40
Skater lunge x40
Push-up T-row x40
Push-up shoulder tap x20
Knee crunch x40

x4 rounds

Rest 1 minute between rounds


You can crush this at home.

High knees x 40
Crossbody climbers x 40
Lunge / squat x 40
Core crush x 20
Push-up/burpee x 20

x 4 rounds
Rest 1 minute between rounds


He adds, “Quick, effective, and enjoyable. I mean it doesn’t get much better than a workout on the beach as the sun goes down.”


Split squats x 40
Skater hops x 40
Reverse lunge x 40
Jump squat x 40
Mountain climbers x 40

Rest 1 minute after completing all exercises back to back.

4 rounds in total


He adds, “Here is a bodyweight circuit you can do in 20 minutes that is super effective for fat loss.”

Squats 45 seconds
Push-up Burpee 45 seconds
V-up Crunch 45 seconds
Plank Shoulder Raise 45 seconds

Rest 1 minute and repeat 4 times.

That’s all about the Cam Speck workout routine. Here’s what he eats in a  day.

Cam Speck Diet Plan

Cam Speck is not too particular about his diet and does not follow any diet plans. However, he makes sure he is eating healthy and balanced meals that are composed of whole foods. He stays away from processed foods that are high in fats and sugar.

Here are a few of his Instagram pictures that reveal what are his meals options. He even shares the recipes and macros for his meals with his followers. Take a look:

#1 Ground Turkey Lettuce Wraps

“Keeping it lean this week with some ground turkey lettuce wraps,” he adds.

1 tsp olive oil
5 oz lean ground turkey
1/4 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
3 romaine lettuce leaves
1/2 cup red onion
1/2 cup red bell pepper
1/3 avocado
1/4 cup mango salsa

#2 Protein Balls

He adds, “I love sweets… specifically ice cream and chocolate. These don’t have Ice cream or chocolate but they are sweet and tasty AF.
Give these protein balls from @mealplan_app ago!”

1 cup rolled oats
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
1 cup sunflower seeds
1/2 cup cocoa powder
2 cups peanut butter
1/4 cup honey
2 tbsp water
1 1/2 cup toasted coconut

Makes 25 balls of protein balls

197 Calories
7g Protein
10g Carbs
16g Fat

#3 Chocolate Banana Nice Cream.

He adds, “I’m posting this because it’s a good recipe and you should try it but also because I want to eat a bunch of this at the moment @mealplan_app”

2 frozen bananas
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp almond butter
2 tbsp almond milk
1 1/2 tsp dark chocolate chips

1 serving

Calories 353
Protein 7g
Carbs 64g
Fat 13g

#4 Hemp Seed Chicken Salad

He writes, “If I am not eating a stir-fry or some sort of power bowl I dig into the salads I have created on the @mealplan_app.
I generally have one salad a day that is a part of my meal plan to keep things fresh with variety and whole-food raw ingredients.
Hemp seeds are a complete source of protein containing all nine essential amino acids and are a great source of omega 3 fatty acids.”

Calories 435
Protein 43g
Carbs 24g
Fat 21g

#5 Spinach and Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken.

He feels that the recipe is, “Simple and Tasty”

4oz chicken
1/2 cup spinach
1 oz goat cheese
1/2 garlic clove
1/4 tsp pink salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1 tsp coconut oil
1 medium sweet potato
1/2 cup asparagus

461 calories
35g protein
27g carbs
12g fat

#6 Jalapeño Bacon Cups.

He says, “These little guys do me wonders in the morning when I want something quick!”

4 slices nitrate-free bacon
8 eggs
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp pink salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
2/3 orange bell pepper
2/3 cup mushrooms
2 2/3 jalapeños

Serves 4 cups

235 Calories
18g Protein
2g Carbs
16g Fat ☝?Macros per serving

#7 Vanilla Protein Pancakes

He writes, “Not much to say besides these are just straight delicious”

1/4 cup oats
1/2 scoop vanilla protein
1/2 cup egg whites
1/2 cup cottage cheese
Top with:
1 tbsp almond butter
1/2 cup raspberries
451 calories
35g protein
32g carbs
14g fat

#8 Chocolate Keto Cups

He tells, “I keep these in the freezer and eat them whenever I’m feeling like something a Lil sweet.”

3 1/2 tsp coconut oil
3 1/2 tsp almond butter
1 1/3 tbsp cacao powder
1/4 tsp stevia
1/4 tsp pink salt

Makes 20

54 Calories
1g protein
1g carbs
5g fat

#9 Protein Shake

He adds, “One of my favorite post-workout shakes from @mealplan_app”

Vanilla Protein Powder
1 Banana
1/2 Cup Frozen Mixed Berries
1/2 Tsp Camu Camu Berry Powder
1/2 Cup Water

300 Calories
28g Protein
25g Carbs
3g Fat

Further, he says, “I add Camu Camu berry powder as it is very high in Vitamin C from a natural source so the body knows how to absorb and utilize it.”

#10 Tex Mex Meal Prep

Cam Speck does feel that prepping for his meals ahead really helps him with sticking to his diet plan and prevents him from eating anything unhealthy. He says, “I prepped some of these bad boys for this week’s meals. Easy, affordable, and tasty. This is a fully balanced meal with quality sourced ingredients. I usually eat this about an hour and a half after my workout as the calories are fairly high.”

600 Calories
57g Protein
53g Carbs
18g Fat

That’s all about Cam Speck’s diet plan and what are his preferred meal options throughout the day.

Cam Speck Interview

Here’s a little about what he says about creating the Fitplan app, his motivation, and his own insight into fitness. The interview was taken by a leading fitness portal earlier this year. Here’s what Cam Speck got to say:

  • What is Fitplan?

“We’re a mobile app that you can find and follow the exact training methods of world-class athletes and influencers…”

  • Where did this idea come from?

“It started as a personal passion. My partner and I were always fitness enthusiasts growing up. We got into fitness for different reasons but it was something that stayed consistent with us throughout the years of our past careers. For myself having a consistent fitness and nutrition routine has helped me perform at my best and as I moved through my career I really found that helping people live their life through health and fitness was the foundation for my purpose…”

  • How did you come up with the idea of having professional athletes come together to share their routines?

“We originally just wanted to develop a piece of software that could give anybody a workout plan and a meal plan based on their goals. As we saw the interest in social media in the later parts of 2014 and the early parts of 2015, we started to get interested in that social influencer space. Obviously the adoption of social media right around that time became huge…we really saw something there…”

  • How did you fund and build Fitplan?

“We were bootstrapped for a while. We recently received some BC funding but up until then we’ve done a few small rounds but, it was more or less me and my partner working out of the basement of a home, your typical startup story. We had a large vision of colliding these social influencers with their audience and allow their audience to follow their workout plans…In the beginning, it was very tough to get in the ear of these influencers because we had no business, we had no product, we had a vision. The one thing that my partner and I did very well was we were very persistent. We never stopped working and developing the product even if we got a million ‘no’s’ from these influencers as we did in the beginning…”

  • Did you or Landon have a programming background?

“Neither of us has a programming background. For me, I’m heavily focused on the content side, so I have a nutrition and fitness background. I’ve been developing workout plans and meal plans for people for over nine years. Landon has an interface design background so he was always dabbling around with app interfaces and developing little apps for music festivals and bars… he’s got more of the technical background but both of us are on the front end of stuff…”

  • Did your partnership with Michelle Lewin help your growth build exponentially?

“It was still a slow growth because when we signed Michelle we still weren’t launched, we just had a bit of a prototype. In all honesty, when we went to launch the prototype and got some technical advice on the backend, the server, and all that sort of stuff, what we were told was it wasn’t good enough if we went to launch it would blow up… At the time we were ready to launch we had four influencers, Michelle was one of them, and we basically had to redevelop the app from the ground up…”

  • What happened between the redevelopment and the launch of Fitplan?

“We were redeveloping the platform, we kept the prototype in beta so we could still pitch influencers, investors, and show people what we were doing. We were creating some really good video content that showcased some of the influencers we did have in a coming soon, trailer style… In the process of redeveloping the platform what we did was onboard more influencers, create more content, so that when we were ready to launch we had an abundance of workout programs and an abundance of content for people to engage in…”

  • Did you have any mentors throughout the journey of creating Fitplan?

“In our early stages, we were part of a wireless accelerator called a wavefront. It’s essentially an incubator… they give you a mentor and some access to some resources. We outgrew them quite fast, my partner and I tend to move pretty quickly… After graduating from Wavefront, Landon was a part of ACEtech where I was a CEO group and I reached out to a mentor who is still a mentor and a coach today…”

  • What was Fitplan’s growth like from your start in 2014?

“We were really heavily focused on community and one of the biggest parts of our business is going after those individual influencers… Our vision, activating as many people into a movement routine around the world is something that we’re super motivated to do, and to do that we knew it had to be the power of an ecosystem, something bigger than ourselves… We have 35 live fitness plans on Fitplan right now but, we’ve signed close to 50 influencers. We’re constantly every week, shooting new content, new workout plans, onboarding new influencers because we really want to target every vertical of fitness…”

Cam Speck

  • Is there one or two particular marketing strategies that helped slingshot you forward with Fitplan?

“Our whole business is based on our social influence so, we partnered with these influencers with massive social audiences and utilize their efforts to help us build our community… every partnership that we’ve done with our athletes and influencers has been a 50/50 revenue share, so it’s a complete win-win…we’re providing this great business, this great platform, this great ecosystem, and they’re providing their engaged audience that wants to follow their plan…”

  • What’s been the hardest part about starting Fitplan?

“Being bootstrapped and not having the capital to really onboard incredible talent was a bit of a hurdle we had to overcome. In the early days, the dev. the team that we could afford to hire was very junior and out of that, we had a very junior product and a product that wasn’t good enough for the market… looking back now I would want to raise more money sooner so we can onboard really good people and build something that was great right from the beginning…”

  • What are some of the biggest mistakes you’ve made?

“Some of the biggest mistakes was not believing we could onboard the biggest influencers right off the bat. I guess it stemmed from a little bit of a lack of belief in ourselves… Looking back now, it wasn’t really about the product it was about the vision and the purpose around the company that attracted these people…”

  • What advice would you give someone that wanted to start a business?

“Know why you’re doing it. Really, really know why you’re doing it, and then ask yourself five more times until it is something that just sparks this incredible fire under you that makes you so passionate and hungry to develop it that you will do whatever it takes. Those are the businesses that I feel really win… I really think that’s one of the biggest reasons why we can do what we do at Fitplan because we have this crazy strong purpose around helping people live their best life through health and fitness…”

  • Where do you see Fitplan headed into the future?

“I definitely see us as the market leaders in the fitness space of video-based workouts. We’re going to have a global community of like-minded people living their best life through fitness, going through emotional, spiritual, and physical transformations. We see a lot of in-person events connecting our influencers to their audience live in-person…”

  • What’s the best part about running Fitplan?

“I’ve said it a lot here in this podcast but, the best part about running Fitplan is being able to see the people we’ve touched and been able to see the success stories of our community members and the hurdles and obstacles that they are overcoming. We’re honestly developing other leaders by being leaders in this space and it’s amazing to see that, it’s like this ripple effect…”

That is all about Cam Spek, his motivation, exercise routine, and what he eats in a day. Clearly, he is all about balance and since he is always on the go, he likes to remain fit by using minimal to no equipment workout strategies that still make his heart rate pumping!

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