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THIS is what it is all about friends. Changing lives! Loretta's story is so motivating and inspiring...

"Some of you may or may not know this, but I a couple of months ago, I was at a rock bottom. I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, severe migraines and thyroid disorder. I was preparing to have hysterectomy surgery due to some female issues, however, I was at the end of my ropes when it came to my health. But that all changed when someone very special encouraged me to take a chance.
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I had been following a friend’s health and fitness journey here on Facebook. I saw the success she was having, and while skeptical I reached out to her to learn more.
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After talking with her for a bit I decided to give an online health challenge a chance. I started exercising daily to a super fun country dance program and was really watching my nutrition. I also incorporated an all-natural whole foods meal replacement shake which has helped me decreased my cravings tremendously.
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While this was a new way of living for me, I was determined to succeed. I showed up every day and gave it my best. I couldn’t have done it without the support of my coach, challenge group, and family. I am happy to report to this date that I am down 17 lbs. and 31 inches since beginning in February 2017.
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I did all of this despite the business of being a wife, mom, private care assistant and student. I did it so I could be healthier and a better version of me!
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I still have a major goal I am working towards and that is to be 150 lbs. by my 40th birthday on March 25, 2017. I am completely committed to this goal and I am also committed to helping others begin their journey."
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Wow, wow, wow! Life changing stuff here friends!
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Listen up... my team of highly motivated women are preparing for our May online boot-camp and we are looking for women who are serious and READY to make a lifestyle change. You will be provided with a 30 day meal plan, workouts to follow, and recipes. You will be a part of a private support and accountability group where there is fun, motivation, and prizes.
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Be sure to fill out the application below to be considered for a spot!

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