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Weight Loss Challenge Packs
Weight loss challenge packs will provide you with the tools for successful, long-term weight loss. They also help you save money since the included products are discounted for challenge participants. Simply pick the home workout program and Shakeology flavor of your choice. Then send Coach Astrid a message so that she can add you to the appropriate challenge group and you will receive free coaching, motivation and support.

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Trick or treat– get your limited edition Pumpkin Spice Shakeology now!

Pumpkin Spice flavored health shake.

If you love anything pumpkin spice flavored you have to get your hands on the limited edition pumpkin spice Shaekology before it sells out again. And trust me– sell out it will, soon!

Fall does not start until September 23, but it is never too early to enjoy the benefits of a yummy-tasting treat. If you are anything like me and love opting for healthy vegan treats, you might even want to get two boxes of Pumpkin Spice Shakeology since there are only 14 packets included. Just mix it with water or almond milk and let your taste buds take a guilt-free trip to heaven.

Aside from the amazing flavor your body will also benefit from decreased cravings, so you can face the junk food temptations at your office with a brave face. And unlike the crash we all experience from sugary snacks, Shakeology will in fact make you feel energized for the rest of the day. So be ready to take on the world!

Last but certainly not least, don’t worry about missing out on nutrients with your Shakeology. It’s packed with over 70 super foods that can help you get and stay healthy while achieving your personal weight loss goals.

You can order your Pumpkin Spice Shakeology here.

Happy Fall!


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4 easy ways to reduce muscle soreness

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How to reduce muscle soreness.

If you are new to working out or have just started a new fitness program, you should be experiencing some muscle soreness. Don’t be alarmed– it’s a sign that you are creating change in your body. That said, we all have limits to how much pain we can take and building new muscles should not be torture. Ideally, you should help your body recover from the “stress” of your last workout in one of the following four easy ways:

  1. Drink plenty of water! All bodily functions require water. If you sweat a lot during your workout you have to combat dehydration and provide the extra fluids necessary to repair broken muscle fibers and build new ones. Aim for one gallon a day.
  2. Eat lean protein! Great sources of lean protein include meat, fish, chicken, eggs, dairy, beans, soy foods, nuts and seeds. Use the color-coded portion control containers included with your workout program to avoid over-eating.
  3. Get a good-night’s sleep! Call it your beauty sleep or recovery sleep. The fact remains that our bodies are hard at work repairing while we are getting some shut-eye. So if you keep pulling all-nighters your body will never get the chance to function at its full potential, and pretty soon you will be running on fumes. Not to mention that your soreness will reach all-new pain levels to the point where you won’t want to even move your little toe anymore.
  4. Eat enough calories! You have to eat enough calories to sustain your new fitness activity, even if you want to lose weight. This is not the time to starve yourself. What is your body supposed to use for repairing and building muscles? Use a calorie calculator to determine what your daily consumption should be based on your height, age, weight, sex, and activity. Make no mistake–in starvation mode your body will break down your existing muscle tissue first, NOT your fat cells in order to sustain itself. In other words, you can’t change your physique if you don’t eat enough.

There should be gradual improvement in your fitness level with reduced soreness if you use these four tips. But keep in mind that the your muscle soreness is directly related to how much you are challenging yourself during your workouts. You want to achieve a tolerable level of soreness that is indicative of your continued progress. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or if you need help figuring out which program might work best for you based on your current fitness level and your goals.

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