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  • Why I’m Using a Waist Trainer During My Workouts.

    Are Waist Trainers A Gimmick, or a Useful Tool for Weight Loss?

    Our bodies change where we store fat as we age.

    If you are over 35 and trying to lose weight, you probably have found yourself complaining about how much harder it is to lose weight around your “middle”. Most women find that their bodies change after having a baby, or after their hormones start getting all jacked up (which obviously happens after a baby but can also happen with being on The Pill and/or being on a lot of antibiotics and/or being exposed to a lot of toxic ingredients- all true for me – minus having a kid) and suddenly the areas where they gain weight or store fat- change. It certainly happened to me. I used to – when I was younger – store fat on my upper thighs, my butt and my boobs. I always had a very flat stomach and small waist. After my hormones starting shifting in perimenopause, I slowly noticed a shift happening. I was getting thicker in my middle. It’s like my whole core region- from front to back, became the Storage Facility for fat. Home base. And what made it all more frustrating is that I never gained weight in a obvious manner where I had fat rolls around my middle. It was more like the paper towel analogy you may have heard– I just got thicker vs. having big areas of fat ROLLS. Does it matter? Not sure. Either way, my body makeup changed and the way I lost weight changed. 

    As we age, the way we gain weight changes.

    In addition to where I stored fat, the way I gained fat changed. It used to be that when I was younger, I would gain weight all in one area, very noticeable to me, and then it was like a red alert to go diet. Now that I’m older – my body spreads the fat out all over. I don’t just gain in my thighs or my butt or my tummy — it’s everywhere. So in some cases, this might be viewed as a benefit– I don’t get a big huge tummy with rolls of fat. I don’t look like Santa Claus. I get curvier and just slightly bigger everywhere. The truth is even at my heaviest weights over the past 10 years, most people don’t see me as someone who needs to lose weight. That can be a blessing or a curse, I view it as a curse. 
    Why? Because the weight creeping on is insidious. It’s easy when one is in an “on the bench” season (I’ve had several over the past few years- one when I had adrenal burnout and was following the wrong advice of a dietitian for 7 months, the other was most recently – the end of 2019-January 2020 when I was having chronic headaches and migraines for 7+ months and couldn’t work out hardly at all) to not notice you are gaining fat when you don’t SEE it in the typical areas. When you are in a slump or on the bench you are typically not wearing your workout clothes daily- so you won’t know how tight they’ve become. I could go on an on about this but you get the point. As we get older, and before we become intentionally focused and always in tune with our bodies to keep them fit and healthy– we can be gaining fat and not necessarily realizing it until we hit a HOLY HECK WHAT HAPPENED moment. 

    Why Being Reminded Daily of Where You Are Is the Best Motivator For Weight Loss.

    This is my opinion. This whole post, well this whole blog is my opinion. I’m NOT writing this blog to say I am 100% right or that my way is the only way. I’m sharing what I’m doing and why it’s HELPING ME. You might totally disagree and I respect that. But I want to be clear before I give the details on why I’m using the waist trainer. 
    In my opinion, part of why any of us- men or women- get in a slump is that we’ve gotten out of touch with the state of our bodies. Bear with me. If you are the average American working 60 hours a week- and you haven’t been really working out or focused on weight loss or fitness– OR if you have fallen off the wagon for a while– you tend to dress in comfortable clothes. You naturally avoid wearing things that are too tight. You stay where you are comfortable and avoid confronting what troubles you. Think about it- how many times do average people stand naked in the mirror? Not much. 
    When I recently “came off the bench” in mid-February- finally able to work out again after being benched for 7+ months, I had to take it slow with my workouts to break back into it. I was self-aware enough to know- girl, you’ve been unable to work out for this long you are not going to be as strong, as cardio capable, and you’ve gained some fat and lost muscle-– accept that. I did. I was not hard on myself. 
    Well, as I progressed and leveled up a LITTLE BIT each week, I found myself getting into a groove. And with each week I added back in a lot of things I hadn’t been able to do in a while. It was like being reunited with an old friend, again and again. One of those things recently was cardio. I’d been avoiding cardio – a lot- for years- based on listening to stupid myths about “cardio is bad” and listening to some bad advice that cardio is bad for adrenal fatigue etc. I’m currently doing a workout program that I LOVE that focuses on heavy LIFTing 4x a week and then I do whatever cardio I want the other days. Then I started adding 20-30 minutes of HIIT training prior to my LIFT sessions since the LIFT sessions are typically only 35 minutes max. All this cardio was like a GIFT to me. You see, I LOVE a sweaty cardio session. I had missed it!! And so as I had a sweaty cardio sesh one day I remembered how I used to use this product Sweet Sweat– I think Valerie Waters told me about it. You apply this stuff to your skin around your core- and I add it to my arms and chest- and you sweat like a monster beast!! I LOVE IT!! So I ordered some. And they were out of stock on the waist wrap trainer that is ideal to use with it, so Ms. Impatient Me ordered one from a different brand. Here’s the deal- I know from experience when you apply the SS on your core and use their waist trainer belt, you sweat- and it’s pretty awesome when you take the belt off you can SEE a rainforest of sweat on the inside. The different brand belt I bought linked above – it more absorbs the sweat so you don’t see it as much. I didn’t care for that so I went back and ordered the Sweet Sweat waist trainer that I’ve used previously. It’s supposed to arrive later this week. 

    Why do I love using Sweet Sweat and the Waist Trainer for workouts?

    Ok so here is why I love this situation. First- as I mentioned above, it’s a personal preference for me that I LOVE to break a massive sweat during a workout. That’s the first reason I love the Sweet Sweat situation. Secondly, when you add their waist trainer or use theirs and/or another brand, here’s what happens that takes my fitness/diet/fat loss game up a notch. When you slather your core with the Sweet Sweat every day- you are acutely aware of the extra fat on your core. It’s a visceral reminder daily of “girl, you can get rid of this stuff”— it’s a reminder to your brain as you rub on the Sweet Sweat. It’s when we wear baggy clothes and avoid seeing our bodies that it’s easier to stay on the bench. That’s my opinion. 
    Why else do we freak out when it’s spring break time? Because we know we can’t hide! 
    Anyway- then you add a waist trainer- to whatever degree you put a waist thing with any level of tightness around your core- if you have fat around your core– you’ll be aware. The waist trainer will only zip or velcro or buckle up so far. And– it’s a bit unpleasant at first but you’ll probably see some fat at the top of your waist trainer and/or below it. For me, this is a visual and physical PUSH for me daily- it’s accountability to the max —I’m telling you people — whenever I’ve been off my game it’s because for whatever reason– either I’m not weighing and measuring myself or not working out- or maybe I’ve been sick- whatever the reason- if you are not physically in tune and confronting your body as it is now– it’s easy to take it easy. Ever since I took things up a notch and added the Sweet Sweat and the waist trainer situation back in — I am working out harder, I want that waist trainer belt to be able to be tighter and have the fat above it NOT THERE ANYMORE. I also love how that tight feeling around my core – well it helps my back when I train. The belt on makes me feel how I want my core to be naturally- tight and hard and strong. It’s daily motivation. 
    So this is why I love and swear by this combo. It’s not because I think I will cinch my waist and make it transform to Scarlett O’Hara size. Not at all. For me it’s a spotlight on my target zone. It’s a spotlight on my goals. It enhances my workouts and I am OBSESSED AND ON FIRE because of it. 
    So- what do you think? Remember, I’m not here to tell you what to do but to share why this is helping me in a big way. If you want to go for it GET YOURSELF SOME SWEET SWEAT and a waist trainer baby!! PS- I also had no idea until I ordered this stuff that Sports Research the company that makes SS also makes a ton of quality supplements– I ordered this collagen– it’s like 1/3 of the price of the Vital Proteins stuff I was ordering previously and it’s amazing. Check out all the great reviews on Amazon! FYI.


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  • How to GET MOTIVATED and STAY that way!

    Want to get fit, but lack MOTIVATION?

    The Most Common Complaints About Motivation.

    “I want to lose weight, and I know what to do, but I just can’t seem to get MOTIVATED!”.

    “Kelly that’s great that YOU are seeing results, but you have that motivation thing going- it comes naturally to you! I’ve got {insert excuse here like 2 kids, a long commute, hormone problems, a bad marriage etc.} and it’s all I can do to not collapse at the end of the day!”

    “Kelly, how do you find the motivation to keep working out when you aren’t seeing results?” 

    “I always start strong whenever I start a new diet or workout program but I give up and then I can’t seem to get motivated to do it again!”

    The Real Truth About Motivation.

    Do any or all of those statements sound familiar to you? These are reflective of the top questions or comments I hear EVERY WEEK. And the truth that I tell to all of the women who write into me with these types of comments is – what I’ll tell you right now- MOTIVATION isn’t something outside of you. It’s not a package, wrapped in tissue paper, sitting in a box on a shelf somewhere. It’s not something that was only gifted via DNA to the exclusive “uber-fit” people. It’s not something that comes natural to everyone. It’s not something that is guaranteed to be a perpetual thing. Read that again. Being motivated- when you are- is not by any means guaranteed to last. Motivation is at its true core- unique to each one of us. What MY STATE OF MOTIVATION  looks and feels like to me may be totally different than what YOUR MOTIVATION state feels like in your skin. Further, what MOTIVATES ME is highly likely – totally different than what motivates YOU.

    Think about this.

    What DRIVES ME (motivates me) to do the work (diet + exercise) to get the result (fit body) is COMPLETELY DIFFERENT FOR ME than it is for you and for everyone out there that knows me and reads this blog and follows me on social media. And what the STATE OF BEING MOTIVATED feels like for me — well that’s totally unique to ME and me alone. So, if motivation- both internally and externally  — is so distinctive to each one of us- how can we look outside of ourselves for it??

    Yet, we do. When we complain about not being motivated, we suggest that we are helpless creatures and that “rats I can’t work out today, I don’t have any motivation”- as if someone could run through a drive- through for us and deliver it.

    Doesn’t work that way.

    The only way to GET MOTIVATION is to create it. To generate it. And the only one who can do that is you. Stop looking to outside forces to motivate you. Stop thinking motivation is something you were born with. It’s a SKILL and you can cultivate it and perfect it. Trust me.But the first step is ACCEPTANCE. You must accept that motivation is your responsibility and frankly- it’s only YOU who has the ABILITY to make the MOTIVATION thing happen. It’s all on you. And if you read that and get discouraged, don’t be– the fact that it’s all on you means YOU ARE IN CONTROL. You want to grab the missing motivation in your life and never let go? I’m here to show you how it’s done.

    Nothing Worth It Is Ever EASY To Achieve.

    There are a couple of assumptions I want you to agree with me on before we move on to specifics. It’s important for you, after you accept that MOTIVATION is your job and your job alone– to accept some universal truths about, in this case, getting fit. You can apply all of these truths and principles after reading this blog to other pursuits like work or love but for today we are talking motivation in the fitness realm.

    • Nothing worth it is ever EASY to achieve. Can we agree on this? Getting FIT and in a body that you have mad respect for isn’t easy. If it was, we wouldn’t have the obesity epidemic in this country. Our bodies are capable of amazing things but we have to WORK FOR IT. And I dare you to think about this: isn’t it more rewarding to work your ass off for something than to have it handed to you? I agree.
    • The WORK to get where you want to be is sometimes NO picnic. This photo above reminds me of so many training sessions with my favorite trainer Blaine in Austin. Rowing. Burpees. Wall-Balls. DURING THE WORK, I hate it. But after the work, I love the feeling of doing the hard thing. Later on I love the results. Embrace the fact up front that the WORK you have to do isn’t always going to be fun but it will be worth it.
    • The only way to fail is to quit. Because the only way to fail is to quit, then you know it is your top responsibility to keep your motivation working for you to KEEP GOING. That’s your goal. You are MOTIVATING YOURSELF TO NOT QUIT.

    The Secret to Getting Motivated and STAYING MOTIVATED.

    So we’ve accepted that motivation is our responsibility. We’ve opened our eyes to the work that is ahead of us and we know that the only way we fail is to quit. So– we know we have a hard road ahead of us– this is that MOMENT where the rub happens. Yup, this is the moment where the vast majority of people will allow intimidation and doubt to weasel their way into their brains and convince them that they don’t have what it takes to make this happen.

    That’s so wrong.

    We are ALL HUMAN- obvi, and we all doubt ourselves. It’s daunting to think about making big changes and attempting to achieve something that seems so far off from where we are. We think we need some magic skillset to do things that really aren’t that complicated. Rowing machine? Not complicated. Riding a bike? Running? going for a walk? Counting your calories? Sitting in the sauna? Doing some bicep curls? Nothing is that complicated. It’s just intimidating because- we haven’t made all these things WORK FOR US BEFORE.

    So- recognize as you begin your journey that – these feelings that will urge you to quit right away– they are natural, and they are your inner fear and doubt talking.

    RIGHT HERE, AT THIS MOMENT- THIS IS WHEN YOU NEED TO KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT MOTIVATION. In my opinion, your MOTIVATION at the beginning of the journey is not some warm fuzzy exciting FEELING or a sense of ENERGY. No- in the beginning of your journey to get fit, you have motivation. Your motivation is your DESIRE to no longer stay where you are physically- and to transform. You’ve had enough. You are tired of being tired, you are done not fitting in your clothes, you are through feeling embarrassed naked. THIS- AT THE BEGINNING- IS YOUR MOTIVATION. I encourage you to write down all the aspects of this motivation, good and bad, in a journal/notebook and read it each morning when you wake up and each night before bed.

    REMIND YOURSELF what you don’t want to be anymore- how awful it feels to not fit in your clothes anymore. REMIND YOURSELF of what you want- to be able to put on a bikini at the beach and feel GOOD about it.

    The more you have that MOTIVATION– what you want and don’t want– in the front of your brain, every day, you’ll feel drawn toward the activity. The work. Yes, drawn to it.

    NOTE: motivation doesn’t make you not feel tired. Motivation doesn’t make the workout easier. Motivation doesn’t make your day easier to fit in the workouts. Motivation is your GUIDE. That’s all. It’s your proverbial north star.

    You are either led by your motivation– or you are led by your fear and doubt. Who do you want to follow?

    When you let yourself be led by doubt and fear, you take the passive approach. When you are leading yourself by motivation, the motivation you create, you are the one in control. What sounds better?

    Here’s the kicker my friends. Once you START down the right path, once you’ve listened to that MOTIVATION each day- of what you don’t want to be anymore and what you want to be- and you’ve let that lead you to do the work- because it will- when you remind yourself daily “I’m going to go do this hard thing and it’s gonna kick my butt, but I’m going to be so proud of myself for doing it and when I’ve been at this for 30 days I will look and feel so much better…..”– then you keep showing up. A beautiful thing happens. It will.

    You will start to enjoy the process. You will start to enjoy the feelings of pride and accomplishment. You’ll start to see gains in strength and cardio capacity. You’ll start noticing your clothes fitting better. People will make comments about how you look.

    GUESS WHAT HAPPENS THEN? Your motivation has just been bolted up 100 notches. Now, you have MORE motivation pushing you. More reasons that fire you up.

    It builds and builds.

    **Truth is– the later feelings of motivation when you start experiencing results? They are cooler. They feel more exciting. They are motivation squared. But, as long as your eyes are open and you realize up front that the rewards ARE THERE just down the road– it makes the beginning more palatable. You can do it. You can create and generate your own motivation.

    ***Another thing. I’d be lying if I said that this is a linear line of only going up up up up up. We ALL- all of us- even the most seasoned fitness trainers and dietitians- EVERYONE goes through a slump. Everyone ends up sick or benched for a time. Everyone encounters an injury or personal tragedy and gets off course. It happens. But then — you recognize that and start at MOTIVATION ZERO. (ground zero) Start at the beginning knowing that you’ve been there done that. You’ve got this.

    It’s a beautiful cycle. And it works if you work it.

    So tell me, how motivated are you now?

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  • My Top 10 Biggest Fitness Mistakes, and How I FIXED THEM!

    All the things I did WRONG to try to lose weight and get fit.

    Have you been in weight loss plateau forever? Or have you just been overweight for a long time and you feel like — maybe you start a lot of diets but you don’t lose any weight…and therefore, you assume your body has just changed and maybe your metabolism has slowed and you just aren’t able to lose weight? Have you said any of these things? Do you work out more each week but see the scale going UP? Do you feel like none of your clothes fit and all you want to do is lose 10 pounds or lose 20 pounds or lose a size…but you feel HELPLESS? 

    I’ve been there. We all have. The key is to 1) know that you are not permanently stuck and 2) know that you can lose the weight you need to — it is SO DOABLE- but it’s also work and discipline and it takes a commitment. But you can do this. You need to read this post because I’m betting you’ve been making some if not all of these same Top 10 Fitness Mistakes that I’ve made in the attempts to lose weight and get more fit. Read on and let me know if these resonate with you. In future posts I’ll go into detail on how I fixed all of these mistakes and what I’m doing now to get the fittest EVER and at age 51! BAM!

    1. Aiming for a body size or shape that was so far off from my own, I could never each it. Back in the day, I wanted to have the body of Jennifer Garner. I wanted NO curves and all muscle. I wanted small boobs and a small runner’s ass. Ladies. I am built so much more like Jennifer LOPEZ (but with BOOBS) than Jennifer GARNER it’s scary. Now I see, that’s scary GOOD. No- it’s scary awesome. Thank God for Beyonce and J-LO and the Kardashians because now, my curvy figure is IN- and I don’t see the “trend” going anywhere. But seriously ladies, when we work out and diet and mentally are comparing ourselves to becoming something we can not physically EVER accomplish– that’s a long road to nowhere.
    2. COMPARISON. Perfect segue from the last mistake above– if you spend all day on instagram comparing your body to the latest model or Kardashian or insta-celeb, you might as well buy a dozen Krispy Kremes and get your binge over with now. Seriously- you cannot compare your body to the filtered, posed, airbrushed, photoshopped, lightroomed people online. It will destroy your mental state of mind and it certainly did that for me. 
    3. Trying to do whatever is the most “IN” workouts. Here’s the deal. When you try to do what’s COOL or “IN” just because everyone else is doing it, you won’t like it. It’s like trying to squeeze a square peg into a round hole. You won’t like it and you’ll probably not do well and then you will not keep at it. The best workouts are what you love. If you love Taebo, do Taebo. If you like isolation training and all your friends are Crossfitters and you hate the idea of going to a non-air conditioned gym to do thrusters and row your ass off– don’t try to become a crossfitter. I’ve never done a spin class. It really intimidates me and I’m not much of a stationary bike person. But in the past I’ve tried to make myself do spin or even yoga or pilates because all the cool kids were doing it. It never stuck. I wasted time and money. DO WHAT YOU LOVE and make no apologies for it. 
    4. Doing ONLY cardio. In the early days, all I did was cardio. So did everyone but- that’s a mistake. Ladies if you want to be FIRM and not have cellulite, you need to not do ONLY cardio. If your body jiggles, you probably aren’t lifting weights. If you keep adding more cardio, you won’t “firm up”– you’ll just get a stronger heart. Cardio is awesome and I love it – in fact I’m back to adding a lot of it back in- but I am ADDING IT TO MY WEIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM. Notice the difference. Cardio is the icing to my cake which is lifting. 
    5. Not being focused first and foremost on STRENGTH TRAINING. Ladies, if you want to be TONED, you need to LIFT. Too many women see an actress – or even someone like Michelle Obama and they think those “toned arms” are done  with pink 2lb dumbbells. WRONG. Muscle is built with STRENGTH TRAINING and ladies– per what I said above– when you BUILD MUSCLE UNDER YOUR SKIN — I’VE SEEN IT HAPPEN — THAT CELLULITE OR LOOSE SKIN SITUATION- it diminishes greatly. Think of your skin like a balloon with no air in it- wrinkly, loose and not firm. What happens when you fill it with air? FIRM, tight, smooth. Same with muscle. You gotta make lifting weights the foundation of your workouts.  
    6. Overtraining. This is so common- as you start to see results, you think- more is better. It’s not. I got into a bad place where I would work out 2-3 hours a day. No joke. It ended me in the adrenal fatigue class and then ADRENAL BURNOUT. Do not think more is better. Do not think you need more than one workout a day. Do not think more training will SPEED UP YOUR FAT LOSS. It won’t. Train CONSISTENTLY and when you train make it count– then REST, let your muscle and mind repair. Watch what happens. 
    7. Not sticking with anything long enough. OMG this was me for years and years. I am so impatient and I always thought my results should happen in like a WEEK. If they didn’t I would immediately start researching something new or more extreme and I’d START AGAIN. I was always switching never sticking to anything. YOU HAVE TO GIVE YOUR WORKOUT PROGRAMS A MINIMUM – IN MY OPINION- OF 60-90 DAYS!!!! Stay the course. Commit to it. Watch what happens!
    8. Not trusting my gut. This is a big one. Ladies, we have a woman’s instinct for a reason — it’s so powerful. Every time I have NOT listened to my gut I have regretted it. When I do listen to my gut, I experience GOOD THINGS. For years, I did not trust in my own ability to decide what to eat on my diet plan. I didn’t trust in my own preferences or that I knew my own body. So– if my trainer or a follower told me something I was doing was WRONG (Like eating an apple or having ketchup) I’d 1) immediately follow their advice and 2) start researching more about that advice and probably add more limitations thereby putting myself in this culmination of a “diet” with 800 extra rules and limits that made NO SENSE. The worst and biggest mistake I made in not trusting my gut was when I paid a dietitian who was recommended to me– for 6 MONTHS to help me figure out my diet so I could bust through a plateau. She analyzed my history and said that because I had adrenal issues I should not be training hard – in fact I should be barely training – only some lifting and nothing “strenuous”. I was told to eat whatever I wanted and just eat intuitively to get over my eating issues. THINK ABOUT THIS: I was told to STOP WORKING OUT for the most part- never do cardio, never get my heart rate up, not lift too heavy and eat more. Um….what do you think happened? This was the latter half of 2018 when I got the biggest I ever got in the past 4-5 years. But all that time I would call her and complain and cry but I kept following her advice. NEVER AGAIN. Trust your gut ladies. 
    9. Winging it. I’ve been talking about this a lot here. Winging it means “just eating healthy”– and not tracking your calories. It means getting up each day and when you go to work out you just go with what feels right at that moment. You aren’t on a program- you aren’t working TOWARD anything you are just doing the fitness version of “busy work”. Nope. Doesn’t work. 
    10. Not TRACKING calories. CALORIC DEFICIT IS THE KING OF ALL THINGS. For years I have followed every stupid diet “rule” out there– no carbs, low-carb, paleo, whole 30, clean eating, intuitive eating, no fake foods, intermittent fasting, keto, no fruit, no alcohol– I could go on and on–but the one most important factor for weight loss which is what I DID track when I first lost weight at age 35ish- CALORIC INTAKE– is the one thing all these past years (until now) I have not tracked……and the second I started….the pounds started coming off. Go figure. 

    The Most Important Things to Do To Lose Weight.

    Here is what I know. Here is what I am hyper-focused on now that I’ve learned all the relevant lessons. Here is what I am doing to lose weight and see AWESOME RESULTS– AT AGE 51 hellllooooooo— and it’s working like a charm.


    1. I’m counting my calories. 
    2. I’m on a caloric deficit based diet- that includes calorie cycling (not carb cycling) and cheat days – so I can have wine and cheeseburgers and love my life while I’m dieting.
    3. I’m on a WORKOUT PROGRAM. No more “winging it” and just doing whatever workout I want. I’m on a 60-day PROGRAM designed to create results with heavy LIFTING. When I’m done with that I will start a new PROGRAM- always changing things up to shock my body.
    4. I’ve added in cardio again– but not overkill. I do cardio every other day and LIFT 4x week then I add 20-30 minutes of HIIT cardio before my LIFT sessions. 
    5. I eat the foods I want. 
    6. I don’t follow dumb rules like no fruit or no alcohol or no packaged foods ever.
    7. Because of the above- I am less STRESSED and my cortisol is in control.
    8. I am on BHRT which regulates my hormones- hormonal balance is KEY!!
    9. I have started weighing myself. Taking progress photos. Being accountable on social media with what I’m eating and my workouts. 
    10. I’m being accountable with my man: we keep each other focused on our goals and compare notes with our weight/progress. 

    That’s it. I honestly think what’s creating my success now is far more about the bad practices I’ve left behind than anything I’ve added. The single most important thing I’ve added is CALORIC DEFICIT focus and counting calories. My new program – the way I’ve designed it with calorie cycling plus casual intermittent fasting and cheat days: it works and keeps me sane and happy. 

    On that note. Because I’ve had so many women reach out – I kid you not- begging for help and accountability — I’ve created the option for a max of 10 women to hire me for maximum one-on-one accountability and coaching. Starting June 1st, if you want to crush your goals with me and have me help you with a personalize diet plan and workout recommendation — plus daily 16 minutes with me via phone- to keep you on track– COMMENT BELOW- 2 spots are gone already– It’s $25/day with a 30 day minimum commitment. If you have ever complained “I’d pay anything if I KNEW that what I was doing would WORK”– then this is your nudge. You cannot NOT succeed when you are on the right plan and you don’t quit. My program addresses both of those holes; most women aren’t on the right diet and give up too soon. 

    You want in? Comment below or fill out the contact me form. Do it now before my group is full for June!! 

    How about this is the time you finally decide to go ALL IN?? you are WORTH IT. 

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