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Announcing 80 Day Obsession

You guys, I am super pumped for you!   Finally a program that focuses on what us women want!  Firm, shaped butts and the flattest abs you can get!

This program isn't for everyone though.  Definitely not for the weak minded or those who give up easily.  This 80 days will challenge you and push you to your limits.  This is extreme fitness y'all.  The workouts are intense and last 45 - 60 minutes.  You will feel proud of your hard work after every single workout!

The diet guidelines are a bit demanding as well.  This nutrition plan is a specifically calibrated macro-nutrient plan and is perfectly timed to help you get the BEST results.  It's going to take dedication to your meal prep and laser focus on your goals.  But it's going to be worth it!

In just 30 days the members of the test group are seeing great results.  By the end of 80 days your body will be healthy, fit, firm and HOT.

The equipment required for this program will be hand weights (light, medium, and heavy depending on your fitness level), Strength Slides, and resistance loops (coming soon)!

Get this!  Beginning January 15th there are going to be people ALL across the US, Canada, and UK (including me) who will be able to do this program along with creator Autumn Calabrese and the cast in REAL TIME.  So it's like you have a personal trainer legit right in your living room who is NOT going to let you slack on your workouts!

So who should participate in this group?

*Those who want a lean, firmer and more sculpted body
*Women looking to add curves without bulking up
*Anyone who wants a tighter, more defined booty with flatter abs (who doesn't?!?!?)
*Fitness fans looking for an intense, yet holistic workout they can do from home

Guys, this is going to be freaking EPIC! I am looking for women who are WAY ready to work hard and get the body they have always dreamed of to join my on journey.  It's not going to be easy, but it's going to be worth it!

If you are DEAD serious about being considered for this group, please fill out this Application and I will be in touch with you ASAP!




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