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End of Summer Slim Down Challenge: 21 Day Fix Style!



OK guys, starting on August 15, I'll be doing one more round of 21 Day Fix to finish the summer strong before I get Fit for Fall with my September Country Heat Group Challenge (details on that to follow).

If you're interested in losing weight and need an accountability partner, I'm your girl - we can help each other reach our personal goals.

Check out the event page I created on Facebook (link is below) and click “Going” or "Interested" and I’ll get in contact with you to share the details and answer any questions you may have.

Oh and, don't forget to share, share, share!

Link to the event invite is: www.facebook.com/events/1821936114706244/ 

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  1. Awesome. I've been working on getting in shape and eating healthy for over a year now. It's hard work, but totally worth it.

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    1. Hi Shann thanks for commenting. Yes it's hard work but definitely worth it I agree! This time I don't foresee myself falling off the wagon, quitting isn't an option, I really am determined to make fitness part of my daily routine so I can shed these pounds for good!

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  2. I've done Yoga, Booty, Ballet from Beachbody, but never the 21 Day Fix. I've heard good things!

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    1. Emily - 21 Day Fix is so good, I am a Jillian Michael's fan and I didn't think I would like another trainer but Autumn Calabrese is great...her workouts are challenging but not impossible which I love!

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