Sweat with Kayla App Review

October 9, 2016 by  
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Sweat with Kayla app 

The average Sweat with Kayla app review on iTunes is 3 stars.  Despite the middle of the road rating, the written reviews make it seem like people either love it or hate it. 

This comes as a shock due to the overwhelming amount of love and support that Kayla Itsines receives from her followers. One great example who shared her disappointment with Sweat with Kayla app is at SweatWithKaylaApp.com. Read on for our review on Sweat with Kayla workout app.

Sweat With Kayla Review

 

Let’s step back for a moment.  Kayla Itsines is a highly successful businesswoman internationally known for abilities as a personal trainer and as a fitness personality on Instagram.  She built her fruitful business by translating her experiences into online products; first three PDF eBooks and recently an app.

The original products were a set of three eBooks named Bikini Body Guide 1.0, Bikini Body Guide 2.0, and the Bikini Body Nutrition Guide.  Clients were encouraged to buy them as a bundle so they would have the full 24 weeks of workouts and meal plans.

Recently Kayla Itsines added the fitness app to her repertoire. The app is intended to update Bikini Body Guides and make them more applicable to users’ on-the-go lifestyle. 

Sweat with Kayla App features

Kayla Itsines app offers extras such as a built-in workout timer, weekly photo journal, and access to Bikini Body Guide 3.0 for weeks 25 and higher.  This is on top of the established Bikini Body Guide features such as short, manageable workouts, meal planning, and detailed instructions on what to do next.

Below are some of the app’s top features:

  Short manageable workout sessions averaging 28-minutes

– Workouts rotate between resistance, LISS, HITT, and rehabilitation

– A timer built into the workout

– Meal planner with customizable options and many healthy suggestions

– A photo journal to help track progress

– Fitness challenges open to the global community

– Education materials

– Access to the Bikini Body Guide 3.0 workouts designed for weeks 25 to 36

All in all, this fitness app offers an excellent array of features and incorporates much of what made the Bikini Body Guide series so popular.

The “Average” Review

After hearing the onslaught of positive reviews for the Bikini Body Guide, I was surprised to hear the disappointment surrounding Kayla Itsines’ App.

After digging through the numerous app reviews, I found a few commonalities.

Below are the pros and cons most commonly cited in the App:

Pros of Sweat with Kayla:

ü Great design

ü Breaks down workouts on a daily basis

ü  Workout planner lets you plan up to 2 weeks of workouts and adds reminders to your calendar.

ü  Meal planner lets you plan up to 2 weeks of meals, provides healthy recipes and auto-populates
shopping lists.

ü  Step by step guide. Takes out any guesswork in what to do next.

Cons of Sweat with Kayla:

x Crashes/glitch/buggy

x   Data loss

x   Limited Meal Plans – they should be expanded to accommodate various dietary restrictions. 

x  Can’t change the planner start date. It auto starts on Monday which isn’t convenient for everyone.

x    Doesn’t benefit long standing Bikini Body Guide users as there is little to no new content.

x    Subscription based

x    Expensive

What I find interesting about the “average” review is that users were providing a higher rate of negative reviews at the beginning. As time went on the reviews started to improve and span the 5-star range.  My guess is that long-time fans were initially disappointed by the app but as Kayla Itsines made improvements the new comers were more satisfied with the product.  This theory is based on two particular gripes: Data loss and price.

Data loss and glitch behavior were cited in the earlier reviews.  There were reports of the app crashing resulting in data loss for active users; that missed workouts are lost completely because you couldn’t go back a day or two; and if you cancel your subscription, you lose all of your data. It seems some of these issues to have been addressed as many of the
newer reviews state that the app is working fine.  

Next we come to the most cited complaint: price. 

Sweat with Kayla is a subscription-based service. It costs $4.61 a week, which is $19.99 a month and $55.42 for the full 12 weeks.  While this is less than a gym membership and about the price of a fancy coffee, the app has still received flack for being too expensive.

The real issue is that loyal fans feel taken advantage of. They are being asked to pay for material they already purchased; it is just in an updated version. They feel that they’ve already sunk hundreds of dollars into Kayla Itsines workouts and shouldn’t have to subscribe to the new app. 

Despite the naysayers, many new fans purchase the app every day.  They tout its convenience and ability to produce results.

Does the Sweat with Kayla App Work?

My personal opinion with this app?  It works exceedingly well.

Fans routinely claim to have lost 15, 30, and even 50 pounds with it. A quick look at the before and after photos posted on Kayla Itsines Instagram and shared by fans, it is evident that the app works well for many individuals.

With the overlapping content in mind, it is unsurprising that the results from Sweat with Kayla are similar to Kayla Itsines Bikini Body Guide eBooks.  

Sweat with Kayla can provide excellent results thanks to its

ü   Utilization of both diet and exercise

ü   Detailed step by step plan that eliminates guesswork

ü  Intentionally varied and graduated exercises

ü  Healthy, easy to follow nutrition plan

ü Positive, encouraging online community 

Together these reasons contribute to why Kayla Itsines app works.

Should you subscribe?

Now that we’ve determined that the Sweat with Kayla app works, the questions remains: should you subscribe?

 The answer depends on your experiences with Kayla Itsines thus far.  Most people will fall into two camps:

1)   Are you a loyal fan who owns every other Kayla Itsines product and willing to pay for material similar to what you already have just to obtain the latest version?  If you answer is yes, then you should subscribe right away.

If your answer is no, I suggest you wait to see if there are any new features added.  Kayla Itsines has promised updates so Sweat with Kayla may fit your needs in the future. 

2)   Are new to the Kayla Itsines Empire and looking for an app to serve as a cheaper alternative to the gym?

Then you should consider subscribing. You’ll reap the benefits of the educational materials, detailed workouts, and meal suggestions.

No matter which camp you are in, I recommend trying the 7-day free trial. It lets you evaluate if the Sweat With Kayla app features will work for you.

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Fighting Fit: 5 Ways to Bolster Your Workout Regimen

October 3, 2016 by  
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Exercising is good for almost anyone who has the motivation to try it. Barring injury or illness, exercise can help improve almost anyone’s energy levels, life outlook and, obviously, fitness levels too. You can take supplements to help you along in your struggle for strength, many of which can be bought in chemists or online (try the vital greens online store that I bought mine from).

There are plenty of other ways to help your exercise regime along nicely, and here today we have put down 5 of them in an effort to increase the productivity of your workout.

Supplementing For Strength

As a way to increase your energy output, consider taking some supplements. Supplement replace vital nutrients you would otherwise get from meals, and can have a real positive impact on your overall health, as well as your energy levels.

Another option in this department is pre-workout. If you take some pre-workout before or during your scheduled exercise, you’ll find yourself with a whole lot more energy while you actually exercise, and some brands even help you have less muscle soreness the following day. These all combine to make supplements and pre-workout a great combination to smashing out a better workout.

Eating Healthy

One of the keys to better muscle growth and overall fitness is eating healthily. You can do all the exercise in the world, but your body needs fuel to properly develop your muscles to benefit from that exercise, and the proper fuel in this case is protein. Protein is most often gained from eating meat, but many vegetables also contain high levels of protein, which is the ideal fuel for muscle development. To get the most out of your workout, try increasing the number of meals you eat per day, while decreasing the size of those meals. Add protein to each and every one of them for even more noticeable effects during your workout.

Regular Rest

As well as eating healthy foods and supplementing your diet, you should make sure to get plenty of sleep every night. Your body rejuvenates itself while you sleep, meaning that without sleep, your muscles suffer the consequences of being worked hard and then not allowed a rest.

As well as this, you should always remember to stretch your body before and after your workout, and warmup beforehand as well. This prevents injury from occurring and lets your body ease into your workout more fluidly, preparing your muscles for hard work.

Sets Vs. Reps

Knowing some theory behind strength building exercise can help you to focus workouts on what you want to get out of them, so you end up pleased with the result. When aiming for more muscle growth, larger muscles, or more strength, heavier weight should be used in the exercise over more sets, with fewer repetitions in each set. When focusing more on toning muscles, thinning out fat, or losing weight, lighter weights should be used with more repetitions in each set. Combinations of this can see combined results, although the end result will happen slower.

Keep it up!

This one is most important of all – keep it up!

Exercise can feel like a test in the beginning, because you don’t seem to be getting any results, but it just gets harder and harder to maintain your energy levels. When your arms and legs hurt, your time is being consumed regularly, and you aren’t seeing the result you want immediately, it can feel impossible to keep it up. However, if you manage to make it past the first few weeks, you will begin to feel the benefits before you see them. Your body will have noticeably more energy, and things you regularly lift will seem lighter. Over time, months or years, your body will change drastically, and you will be glad you kept pushing forward when it all seemed too hard.

Exercise is a great discipline to master, and mastering it is difficult, however by using the tips listed above, you can make it a bit easier on yourself, and you can get into shape without unnecessarily overexerting yourself. Keep pushing, eat well, and hone your workout to what you want it to be, and you can’t fail.

Alternative Sports for Keeping Fit

September 13, 2016 by  
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You don’t need a PhD in sports science to know that exercise is key to staying healthy, whether you hit the gym or the streets for a run, you’ll be helping yourself to say fit. That being said though, the same routines, routes and circuits can start to become tiresome and dull after a while and you might be wanting to change things up. If this sounds familiar then you’ll be pleased to know there are plenty of other options for keeping fit – namely, alternative sports.

Here are a few examples of these sports you might want to give a go:

Skating

Skating – in its varying different guises – can offer something for a variety of ages and ability groups. Skateboarding for instance is great for balance, whereas inline skating is arguably the most accessible and is a fantastic cardio workout. With this though, it’s worth investing in all the protective gear you need and this should be from an expert retailer like Proline Skates as such companies can assist you in finding the right fit for your needs.

Climbing

To put your upper body and your core through their paces, you can’t go wrong with climbing. Head to any indoor centre first to find out about what you need to do and once you become proficient you can head to the great outdoors. Again, it’s important here that you purchase sturdy and reliable equipment to make sure you’re climbing safely.

Surfing

If you want to give water sports a go but don’t want to head too far into the water, then surfing is a super alternative sport. This is another example where you will exercise your core but obviously will also work on your balance. Get a few lessons first and then head to the coast at your leisure.

Free Running

Lastly, there’s free running, or parkour as some refer to it, which will see you climbing and traversing the urban areas of cities and towns. This isn’t one for the fainthearted as you need a bit of a daredevil attitude to climb and jump across some precarious gaps at times; but it’s a great way to work out your core muscles and improve your cardio.

The added benefit to participating in these sports is that you can get involved in groups of like-minded individuals and potentially make some great fitness friends on the way. Aside from that you’ll be giving yourself a top workout and you won’t have to worry about getting bored any time soon!

Instant Knockout Review for Guys and Gals

August 31, 2016 by  
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3 Fun Ways to Get Fit Without Stepping into a Gym

August 17, 2016 by  
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At this point in the year, your New Year’s resolution to get fit probably seem like a lifetime ago. Rather than wait until next January, though, think about how you can start to take small steps in changing your lifestyle right now. Here are three fun ways to get fit, without having to invest in an expensive gym membership.

Join a Team-Based Sport

Working out can occasionally feel pretty lonely. While some will thrive on this kind of isolation, studies actually show that people are more likely to stick to a regime if they work out with a friend. One of the best ways to do this is to join a local sports team. If you were never interested in football, rugby, or any of the sports at school, don’t worry, there are a bunch of other fun options like ultimate frisbee or roller derby out there. If you need to update your wardrobe or need to grab a pair of skates, or boards before getting started, specialists like Skate Hut will stock everything you need.

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Get Your Dancing Shoes On

If you love to dance, you’re in luck. Dancing is a great form of exercise that, when practiced in a safe environment, is encouraged by all industry experts. Not only can you burn calories, but in time you’ll also build muscle tone and improve endurance too. If you feel self-conscious or worry you lack the rhythm, there will be plenty of classes focused at beginners available. Take a look at the Dance UK’s website to see which agencies are in your area. From ballet to contemporary dance or salsa to ballroom, there’s sure to be a school of dance that interests you.

 

Start your own garden

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One final way to get fit that you might not have considered is gardening. An hour spent in the garden pulling weeds and planting vegetables could burn as much as 400 calories, comparable to walking four miles. However, most people find that the most significant change to their health is the change in their diet. Growing your own vegetables is the ideal way to incorporate healthier meals into your day-to-day life. If you live in an urban area, and aren’t fortunate enough to have your own garden, consider taking part in a community gardening project where you can also meet and socialise with new people.

10 Compelling Reasons Why Everyone Should Take Self Defense Classes

May 20, 2016 by  
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Self defense skills don’t just come in handy during altercations in dark alleyways. Although it’s sensible and safe to be able to protect yourself, taking self defense classes has multitudes of other benefits. To simplify the information out there, we’ve collated the 10 most compelling reasons why you should start taking self defense classes.

#1 Fitness

It has been proven that people with better fitness not only perform better, but get better sleep and are in better moods. The special sort of physical conditioning that self defense classes give you will prepare you for the extreme adrenaline spike that can occur in stressful situations. This means you will be able to physically perform under pressure.

 

#2 Confidence

Although fitness is an important contributing factor to a happy and successful life, self confidence is also key. One of the biggest advantages of taking self defense classes is how it makes you feel afterwards. The feeling of being able to protect yourself, coupled with the rush of endorphins, leaves you feeling ultimately satisfied.

#3 Self discipline

In order to develop your self defense abilities, it is necessary to develop self discipline. Succeeding at anything requires motivation and commitment, and self defense is no different. Showing up to class, practicing your skills, and solidifying them in your mind for future use is all part of self defense.

 

#4 Balance

Self defense classes often require multiple skills to be used at once, which can increase both your mental and physical agility. Improving your balance ultimately means improving your focus. The classes teach you how to focus on your target while you control your body, and through gaining your body control and balance, you will be better prepared to protect yourself.

 

#5 Street awareness

One of the greatest benefits of self defense classes is the increased awareness you will gain of your surroundings. Self defense classes will help you to be aware and alert at all times, should this type of situation arise.

 

#6 Spirit

Self defense classes can prepare you for any situation, and instead of making you feel like a helpless victim, you can develop somewhat of a warrior spirit. The training can prepare you for battle and, most importantly, survival.

 

#7 Self respect

The practice of self defense is centred around respect. The various forms of self defense teach you respect for your other, and respect for yourself. Why not book in a krav maga class today, to up your self respect and increase your life satisfaction.

 

#8 Goal setting

Whether you want to nail a specific move, or just feel like you can protect yourself, self defense classes require you to set a goal. This sort of attitude can roll over into your everyday life, helping you get through any tough situation that comes your way.

 

#9 Positivity

One of the most important side effects of engaging in self defense is the positivity it brings into your life. Taking self defense classes can boost your spirits, whilst transforming you into a more confident version of yourself.

 

#10 Reflexes

Taking self defense classes means that you will hone your reflexes, being able to react quickly and effectively in high pressure or stressful situations. This ability to make decisions swiftly and efficiently transfers into all aspects of life.

 

It is greatly satisfying to know you can be able to take care of yourself; whether that be physically, financially or emotionally. Self defense isn’t just for women and children, either. There is a plethora of self defense classes, such as karate, boxing and jiu jitsu, that will cater to your needs and desires. So, what are you waiting for?

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Primal Muscle’s Guide to Mass Building Products & Techniques

April 21, 2016 by  
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Are you tired of the same results in the mirror when it comes to your physique? If you are ready to increase both your strength and ability to move even greater weights,

 you will need some radical changes to your schedule both in and outside of the gym.

To embark on that new strategy, you will need to tackle some new challenges, understand what works for you and check out some muscle blasting formulas that you may already have heard about.

Proper Warm up

A great warm up will go a great mile in enhancing the body’s ability to perform.

Lack of a proper warm means your workout session lacks the efficiency and benefits it deserves. Warming up helps greatly in the enhancement of fluids in the joints to prepare them for movement.

It also raises the temperature of the body gently to set it up for the incoming heat,and adjusts metabolism to prepare for lifting.

The body doesn’t like to be rushed. This means the unceremonious waking up of muscles for a tedious workout may not go down well. Hence, starting light can mean the difference between a great workout session and an unexpected injury.

Core Training

It is highly recommended to go for CORE Lifting as it is one of the most efficient strategies of getting success in all other areas of your training.

Hitting your major muscles with compound exercises like squats, deadlift and back as the basis of your workouts goes a long way to activating growth hormone and testosterone production sufficient for maximum gains. You can take it easy at fast then progress steadily by challenging yourself every workout.

Frequency and consistency

Consistency is key. You can’t hit the gym and quit on the second week expecting any noticeable changes. Train a minimum of four days a week while focusing on the core lifts that I mentioned above. For instance, chest days should start with higher press movements, followed closely by lighter training and closed with isolation exercises. For back workouts, always include the ever efficient deadlift workout coupled with barbell rows.

Leg day, which is the most skipped exercise but ironically the most important weigh training exercise in terms of how effective it is in triggering growth hormone and muscle growth, should always include squats, lunges, hack squats and leg press.

HGH

The Human Growth Hormone is a powerful substance that is produced in the brain and helps the body to produce maximum energy, build muscle, burn fat and improve sex drive. It is also vital in regulating metabolism, an essential process in the body’s overall development process.

Muscle Recovery and bone density are both impossible without the growth hormone, but is also essential in maintaining the well-being of all body tissue and this includes the brain and other organs.

Scientists have finally reached a peak in their study of the Human Growth Hormone and it continues to grow in demand thanks to its ability to melt fat and build lean muscle.

The body’s production of this precious commodity is vital for growth at puberty and during pregnancy but unfortunately for aspiring bodybuilders, it falls relatively short as we age.

A healthy adult male has less than 6 Nano grams of GH per milliliter in the bloodstream and
this is usually not sufficient enough for most muscle building goals.

Supplementation

There are two ways of supplementing your body’s sources of HGH and both involve supplementing.

However, the old school way of getting HGH (injection) is both expensive and very risky and is not readily recommended anywhere anymore.

Safe sources of HGH

Primal Muscle are pioneers of safe HGH supplementation with the latest release being an efficient oral Spray called 191xt entirely designed to aid in GH output.

Bodybuilders and strength athletes that are dedicated to gaining muscle mass and burning body fat are maximizing on the benefits of growth hormone therapy.

Testosterone Boosters

We all know that higher levels of testosterone result directly in lean muscle gain and fat loss.

Testosterone is a crucial hormonal enhancer for muscle gain. It’s no surprise then when research shows that anabolic steroids (testosterone boosters) have muscle building and fat burning effects on healthy people who don’t even exercise.

It is then safe to assume that the higher the testosterone levels, the more muscle you gain.

Luckily, you are able to spike growth by enhancing your body’s ability to produce more T levels.

Unfortunately, many people also get it wrong when looking for sources of testosterone. For starters, the most convenient way to increase Testosterone in your body is by taking a supplement designed to boost your body’s own natural production.

Conclusion

Of course, this is just a scratch on the surface on the most effective ways of blasting your muscles for maximum growth. You can get more hard truths that show you in detail what works and what doesn’t, and the pure truth
on how to get shredded, cut body fat and reveal a head-turning six pack in record time, you are guaranteed pro tips on Primal Muscle’s Pumped magazine for free.

 

 

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Taking your butt on tour

December 14, 2015 by  
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+ Butt-shaping buttgress pic (Morebuzz > Social highlights)

Buzzers…

First

>> The new epic butt/tiny waist 30 day trial 2016

It’s up, in preparation for our continued S-curve goals, which officially kick started in September 2014.

There’s also a chance to win a free month on the bronze SLC.

I’ll talk about that a little later.

Remember: This is the best time of the year to start building your S-curve. Which

means WE benefit from the holiday season munchies (If you’re celebrating).

Now let’s take your butt on tour

A lot of new FitBuzzers have stepped into @fitbuzz world recently. So it’s time for

an official tour of everything you see here.

The S-curve

– Muffin top

– Upper and lower back fat

– Zero or no shaped butt

– Lower belly fat

That’s making you look like an oblong shaped female. We fix that to turn your

body into the letter ‘S’. See Morebuzz > Hall of fame for examples.

Morebuzz

This is where’ll you’ll find all of the best social media daily updates, along with

other necessary S-curve related stuff.

Social highlights (Via @fitbuzz Pinterest)

– T-shirts/Tanks

– S-curvish peers, associates, FitBuzzers and S-curve members

Hall of fame

All of the S-curve member results that you desire.

Shaun Sinclair FB profile

Just add! (Link below).

S-curve Lifestyle Challenge

The official program(s) to start becoming S-curvish.

Tomorrow…

We’re going to do a kick starter plan for a very high BF% FitBuzzer (There’s

a funny related video from last week btw).

Why?

Because you’ll be able to jump on a longer term plan and become S-curvish

quicker, since you’ll have a lower BF%. Or at least be on the way to having less.

That’s not you? Just reply and tell me what your issues are.

Shaun

Stayfitbuzz.com

>> Become the Next Hall of Fame Butt Legend/30 day trial

> Morebuzz: Today’s buttletter continued

> S-curve extras: Updated

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How to get fit during the winter: 3 Simple Steps

November 30, 2015 by  
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Incredibly, the rate of obesity among UK adults has more than trebled over the course of the last 30 years, with the result that one
in four British citizens are now morbidly overweight
.

This is of huge concern for the nation as a whole, while it is also creating a generation of children in the UK that are continuing to
gain significant weight.

Of course, it is important to note that among this number is a selection of adults who
are keen to lose weight and maintain a healthier physical form. Many of these individuals lack the knowledge or application to achieve these goals, however, and such gaps in education can lead to sad and tragic results.

3 Simple tips for getting fit this winter

This can be even harder during the winter, when the cold weather and adverse weather
conditions prevent individuals who may be lacking in willpower from venturing outdoors and engaging in physical activity They may also lack the disposable income or time to join a gym, so here are three
simple steps towards a healthier, fitter or more active lifestyle: –

 

1. Focus initially on Diet

Initially, you will need to ensure that you have a balanced, healthy and calorie
controlled diet that supports any exercise regime you develop.

For the average male this should be an average of 2500 calories per day (2000 for women), although those looking to lose weight may want to consider consuming 1500 per day initially and minimising the amount of sugar and saturated fats that are taken into the body.

It may also be better to settle into your new diet before attempting to undertake vigorous exercise, as the initial physical transition when losing weight can be challenging.

 

2. Be creative when exercising

When developing an exercise regime, you may find yourself restricted if you are not able to train outdoors are fail to affiliate yourself with a gym.

Creative thinking can help to address this challenge, as it enables you to create unusual exercises that replicate more traditional alternatives. Utilising the stairs in your home instead of a stepping machine can achieve the same effect, for example, while kettlebells and dumb bells can be sourced cheaply to create diverse and efficient workout regimes.

 

3. Bring your efforts together with technology

With a suitable diet and exercise regime in place, the final step is to utilise accessible
technology and establish viable, specific goals. Sites and mobile apps such as
Superbody enable you to achieve this, as these are comprehensive resources that
enable you to finalise and implement dietary plans alongside relevant fitness regimes. In addition to this, they also educate users about nutrition and allow them to track their performance in relation to each goal, so it is easy to identify any issues as they arise.

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Your Old Butt Looks Young ‘Now’ (Pics)

November 3, 2015 by  
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Whatsapp/Viber: Reply for my #/Reply to send your # or to ask about anything

Skype: chamileon857

Thought of the day: Isn’t it just great that we can work together, transform you

and improve your life, regardless of where we are in the world…

FitBuzzers…

Ok… So yesterday we finally got the ball rolling @ the S-curve holiday season

shenanigans <.

40% off gold $300 > now $180

30% off silver $150 > now $105

20% off bronze $100 > now $80

You can take a look at it via RECAPO on Morebuzz < (Updated) from now until

the season is over.

Or just visit the main page for all continuous bonus updates that I’ve stated are

coming… The necessary stuff that I’ve noticed that we need, from looking at the

work we’ve done together in 2015, to make for a better 2016 (Like we do year after year).

S-curve member Pamela’s buttgress

First…

I don’t expect all of you to be as ‘go-getting’ as Pam.

Members like her are rare @ around 10%.

Most S-curve members fall into the 90% category and need…

– Extra hand holding

– Working close together via on-going 121 coaching sessions

– Stay on the fitwagon shenanigans

– Fixing emotional, mental or even spiritual issues

And that’s OK! That’s why we have things like 121 sessions, tailored daily

exercises and all of the other features and benefits you see, to ensure that you

SURPASS your expected goals! Kinda like what happened to S-curve member

Yani this year (Hall of fame).

Anyhow… This is what she’s been doing to get her results, since around July

/August.

**I posted it on the S-curve Challenge page above. Scroll to the bottom.**

She is a work in progress.

You’ll notice that she did shred to smexy. Although worth it… She did lose

a little butt volume.

THIS IS NORMAL. DON’T LET THAT SCARE YOU.

It’s around months 2-4 where we will start focus on butt growth entirely.

How?

– By sticking to super low in fat foods like jerky beef, plantain and turkey

‘breast’ (Hitting 40 grams of fat max, daily)

– By increasing your total daily intake

– By focusing on butt targeted exercises/routines

That’s a job for tailored plans for sure. It’s the only guaranteed way to reach

the goal in record time (Like for weddings, holidays).

She will get it done, because it always gets done. Proven ‘Science’ doesn’t

do guessing games @ see hall of fame.

Again…. It’s normal to sometimes shrink and then to grow again in the

following on-going months.

This is what gets done daily. So reply to talk.

Shaun

Stayfitbuzz.com

Epic butt/Tiny waist 30 day trial << Holiday season promo is on…

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