REVOLUTIONARY 21 DAY FIX Simple and Effective with Real Results

I say revolutionary because this program puts together dietary portion control rules with simple fitness routines so that you never need to diet, count calories, carbs, points, weigh, or measure again.

Here is a review of what you’ll get with the 21 Day Fix by Autumn Calabrese:

21 Day Fix Workout Plan:
The workouts included in the program are 30-minutes each for 21 days. The fitness routines are simple and even have a modifier to show how to simplify the moves. The type of exercises you will be doing during the 21 Day Fix Workout will include Pilates, strength, yoga and cardio and low-impact resistance moves that can be done with the use of little equipment. The 7 workouts will repeat for 3 weeks.

Program Includes

21 Day Fix Nutrition Plan:
I know you’ve heard the saying, “Abs are made in the kitchen.”  Proper portion size is the key to success in the 21 Day Fix program. Nutrition is the key for healthy weight loss and its success, and Autumn introduces a portion-size control technique to support healthy eating and better nourishment for the body. You can do cardio, abs, and lift weights all you want, but if you are not maintaining proper nutrition in your diet, you will not see results.  It’s that simple. With the help of color-coded, perfectly portioned containers, Autumn gives you a simple diet guide to get the results super fast.

It’s all about portion control – not a fixed diet!  Moderation is key, hence the portion control system.  Anyone can do this.  Eat your foods just maintain portion control.  No food is off limits – whew!  I’m in.   I mean, can it get any easier?

All you need is included in the program: food storage containers and a Shakeology shaker cup that is perfect for managing your meals properly while taking the guesswork out of weighing, measuring, or counting calories, carbs and points.

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There is a nutritional guide that comes with the program if that’s easier for you to follow, just follow it as written.

21 Day Test Results:
Test groups have lost an average of 15 lbs during each cycle of the following the 21 Day Fix routines for 21 days. In the end, if you can keep practicing the portion control system you will lose weight and learn to adopt healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime.

21 Day Fix How to Buy:
There are 3 options for you to get your hands on this revolutionary product.  Purchase from my WEBSITE to make sure I’m your coach to guide you through this journey with our online support and accountability group and to receive one free workout!

21 Day Fix Challenge Pack:
The discounted 21 day Fix Challenge Pack, which includes the 21 Day Fix Base kit and Shakeology will be on sale from Feb 3 – Feb 28, 2014 for $140!! Plus you get FREE shipping on the purchase of 21 day Fix Challenge Pack. (From March 1, 2014 – Price goes up to $160 + shipping)

21 Day Fix Base Kit:
The price for 21 Day Fix Base Kit is $59.85 and will be available with free shipping from Feb 3 – Feb 28, 2014.  It includes:

  • Start Here Guide with Workout Calendar
  • 3-Day Quick Fix * Eating Plan
  • 24/7 Online Support
  • 7 workouts on 2 DVDs (Dirty 30 workout, Total Body Cardio Fix, Upper Fix, Lower Fix, Pilates Fix, Cardio Fix, Yoga Fix)
  • 7 color-coded portion-control containers
  • Shakeology shaker cup
  • Plyo Fix Workout (Free Bonus from Coach!) 

21 Day Fix Ultimate Kit:
Retails at $119.70, the Ultimate kit has everything from the 21 Day Fix Base Kit and

  • Insulated Tote * Large on-the-go container
  • 2 Ultimate workouts: Flat Abs Fix, Barre Legs
  • 1 pro-grade resistance band (15 lbs)

21 Day Fix Conclusion:
21 Day Fix program is a total lifestyle change and will be available for purchase on 3rd February.

This is your time to fix your health habits.  Do this for yourself and your family.  Contact me for updates of the 21 Day Fix.  I will be doing an online support and accountability group with this program.

It’s three weeks of your time that can change your life.  Make the change.

“Shortbread” Cookies

It’s 6:00am and I’m bored.  I woke up at 3:00am, read a bit, went downstairs, got some coffee, and began to peruse my favorite blogs.  While half awake, I realized I’m bored (or maybe delirious).  I need to do something, make something.  Yes, I know there are loads of clothes to be washed and put away, the house is a wreck, and I need to begin Week 3 of my Focus T25 workout, but I want to do something creative.  While looking through the blogs, I found a no-bake “Shortbread” cookie recipe that looked so easy to make.  Just 5 ingredients.  Ok, I can do this and still have time left to do something else (ha, whatever).

So, this past weekend I was a hot mess.  I stuffed my face (with foods I never eat) all weekend.  Not just tastings but copious amounts of pure junk, greasy, fattening, and delicious foods.  Now, I’m paying for it.  My stomach hates me and I’m hating myself.  I am going to turn the page, though.  I cannot undo my bad eating, but I can move forward and make it a goal to eat well.  I have to – we are heading to the beach in a few weeks, so I need to try and get my act together and put at least 80% effort into eating healthier and moving even more.

So, yes, even personal trainers have a moment of weakness.  At least this personal trainer does.  I mean, I’m human.  I have faults (many), I have weaknesses (many), I have a sweet tooth (many), and I am realistic.  Life goes on.  I will work extra hard in my classes this week.  Starting today, I am going to increase my weights in BodyPump.  Oh, yeah, I’m going to pay for that later I’m sure!  In addition, I’m back to writing my foods down.  I need to find out when I’m the most vulnerable to eating.  Is it morning?  Evening?  Am I getting enough protein?  I do know if I don’t have my daily dose of Shakeology (which on the weekends I haven’t been consistent), then my cravings are unbearable.  I think that’s the issue.  I need to be consistent.  I will start now.  Are you with me?

Back to the “shortbread” cookies, I made them and I’m glad I did.  Wow!  These should curb my sweet tooth cravings as well and I won’t feel guilty at all.  I did have to adapt the recipe to what I had in the house, so here is what I did:

2 cups of a mix of almonds, walnuts, and cashews (all raw, and because I didn’t have enough of one nut, I mixed these three kinds to get to 2 cups)
1 cup unsweetened coconut
1/4 cup agave nectar
1 tsp of vanilla
1 pinch of sea salt

Put all in the food processor and mix until a dough ball forms (it took longer than the called-for 60 seconds).  Transfer dough to a bowl.  With your hands, form small balls and then flatten between your palms, and place on a cookie sheet covered with wax paper.  Put in freezer for 30 minutes to firm and then transfer to airtight container.  Keep in the freezer.

This recipe made 39 cookies for me…probably would have been more, but I dipped into the dough…yes, I did write it down in my food journal.  Geez – where is the willpower?

Ok, I’m off.  I need to get my workout in, shower, go over my BodyPump choreography for today’s class, plan clients’ workouts for today, and stay on track.  I feel refreshed, ready to start my week with a positive attitude, and I know I can do it.  I am a very lucky girl.  I love what I do.  I mean, how many people can say that?  I can’t wait to see my clients, work them out, see their faces, hear their stories, cry with them, laugh with them, and encourage them to keep going.  It’s so rewarding.  Did I mention I was a lucky girl?  :)

Stay Strong!
T.
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Breakfast

BreakfastA healthy breakfast of Strawberry Shakeology, one small banana, 1/2 cup blueberries, and 1 cup of almond milk, all blended with ice to create a beautiful, powerful smoothie.

This smoothie packs a punch of 17.5g of protein, and 331 calories. This meal replacement will keep you satisfied until your next snack time. You can even add flax or chia to up the nutritional content.

Try Shakeology at www.myshakeology.com/teresatraining.

The Les Mills Pump Challenge for January 2013!

It’s time!  The New Year’s Pump Challenge is about to start!

The rules are easy:

  1. Replace one meal a day with Shakeology.  This comes with your Les Mills Pump Challenge pack or your can purchase it here: www.myshakeology.com/teresatraining
  2. Take 3 BodyPump classes a week at ANY gym or purchase the Les Mills Pump Challenge pack by clicking on the graphic below.  The product ID you want  is BCPLMP245.
  3.  EMAIL ME so I know you’re in our group!   Email Teresa

I will create a private group of our Pump challenge and I will be your personal coach for FREE!

ORDER NOW so you can get your Challenge pack before New Year’s Day.  I’m so excited to be your coach!   You can do this!

Are you ready?

Beachbody

Ok, I did it.  I became a Beachbody coach.  I’ve already been doing the workouts.  You know from the late night infomercials, Insanity, Les Mills Pump, and the 10-Minute Trainer, and now I drink the shakes from Shakeology.  Plus, if you’re a client of mine…you did some bits of the workouts too, you just didn’t know it!    Now, if you wanted to do the full workouts at home, or maybe just purchase some of the products like vitamins, protein powder, or the Shakeology packs, you can purchase these items from me.  Just click on the Shakeology or Les Mills Pump banners on the right side of this page or go to beachbodycoach.com/TERESATRAINING. 

Let me know if you have any questions.  When you peruse the website you’ll notice that there’s an opportunity for you to be a Beachbody coach as well.  Look through it, tell me what you think.  I can answer any questions you may have!  Click on the image below to get started!