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Rocktober Challenge!

Can you give me 21 days?! 30 minutes a day? I'm looking for the next 15 ladies that are ready to go all in to change their health with me. I want those that really really want this and that don't want to put themselves and their health on the back burner this fall. It's so easy to do with everything going on but everyone has 30 minutes a day. so NO excuses right?!
Last group just ended and we had the entire team all working their booties off and they got MAD RESULTS... Soo here's the are going to have an EXACT workout program that is going to show you EXACTLY what to do to get you RESULTS...then I'm gonna give you tons of meal plans and nutritional support so why not do this?! On top of that you will get that color coded portion control container system that I've been posting about that shows you HOW MUCH protein/fats/carbs to eat at each meal. It's full proof. As long as you meet me halfway and commit and put in the effort we will get you to your goals.
We officially kick off OCTOBER 13TH so TODAY is the last day to jump in--so who is in?! To enroll in this challenge follow these simple steps below and message me once you are complete!  Whoop! Let's do this! 

1. To enroll as a client with your Challenge Pack, click blue link below to go to my site

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– 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)


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