Day 01


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Step 1

  • Read the 12 Steps

The 12 Lifestyle Changes are 12 of many steps YOU can take to enhance your overall well-being and quality of life. It is a firm foundation of elements that will at the very least help you maintain, if not loose extra weight. Read the 12 Lifestyle Changes document, and reflect on some changes YOU can make today.

Click here to read the 12 Steps


Step 2

  • Set up a calendar with the 30 day period you plan to use this program.

Review Step 12 – Failing to plan is planning to fail.

Click here for a printable calendar


Step 3

  • Set your goals

Setting goals and reminding yourself of the small obstacles and great rewards to come helps you to stay focused on a long term vision, and continue to have short term motivation. Goals set you up for success by keeping you organized and focused on the steps needed to reach each objective! Look over these goals daily as you walk day by day to a better, fitter, healthier YOU!

Please fill out the form below, and submit it.  It is a contract amongst yourself, to do what it takes to reach your fitness goals.  Print out the email that will be sent to you of your goals, and tape it to your bathroom mirror, your front door, or anywhere else you may see it and be reminded of the contract you made with yourself.

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Step 4

  • Take your measurements

It is important to look at the big picture when doing a weight-loss plan. Both objective and subjective data need to be evaluated. It is important to be mindful of your energy level, how you are sleeping, how your clothes are fitting, and how your mental attitude changes. Likewise, make sure you are paying attention to your strength, your weight, your body fat percentage, and body measurements.

Scale weight is an important measurement in weight loss. It is crucial to remember that our scale weight does not tell us what we are made up of, simply how much our lean and fat mass weighs altogether. However, having goal weights and benchmarks along the way can help to keep us moving forward, and seeing measurable progress.

[gravityform id=15 name=30/$30 Measurements]

[lightbox href=””  photo=”true”]Using a cloth measuring tape, measure the neck, hip and waist, as illustrated (click to see illustration). [/lightbox]
[blockquote align=”center” cite=”Mark Twain”]”The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”[/blockquote]

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