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September 8th challenge!

It's time to take your health and fitness seriously!  

Challenge group forming for September 8th.  It will run September 8th - 28th!  21 DAYS OF PURE DEDICATION! Deadline to sign up is August 31st as you will want to allow several days for your supplements to arrive for the start of the challenge. Cost: $160. Includes: customized nutrition plan, a month supply of meal replacement shake, a shaker cup, tupperware for food, a workout schedule, three check ins with me, and coaching by me throughout the entire competition along with group support on Facebook. Next steps: purchase the challenge package with these simple steps: 

1. Go to

2. Click the CHALLENGE PACKS, Buy Now (right side / middle of screen). 

3. Scroll down to find the Challenge Pack that shows your Fitness Program (21 day fix) – underneath it in the dropdown menu box select it with your chosen flavor of Shakeology ( of you are not sure on flavor, I recommend the combo packs of vanilla / chocolate / strawberry). 

4. Add to cart. 

5. Checkout (upper right corner).

 Email me the following once you have paid: Age Sex Height Weight Goal Rules: Must take before pictures at the start of the competition. Front, back, and side is required. Additionally, these pictures must be high quality- you will want your before pictures forever! Also, you need to hold a sign in at least one of them that states "21 day fix Challenge" so I can validate the timing of the picture. More details to follow in the email once purchase has been made and plans have been sent! Let's do this together!!!

***3 day refresh ($60 value) to first place winner
***Smoothie kit to second place winner
***Must have at least 10 challengers for prizes to be given, so join us and invite a friend!


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