The Two Week Turn Up

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Summer is upon us once again! Now that March Madness is as good as over (as far as I’m concerned) and Spring is in full swing, the next major decision on people’s minds is: pool, boat, beach, or Country Thunder. All of which have people feeling a little more self-conscious about how hard they celebrated their bracket challenge wins and losses, and a lot more present to how much it would suck to feel like a burrito in their swimming attire. Yes, it is approaching that time of year when most people are getting a sense of their summer schedules, and thinking a little harder about having that late night pizza and beer.

A lot of my clients are wanting something to kick their bad habits, and get them back on the straight and narrow. Unfortunately, I’ve got no silver bullets available. BUT, I can steer us all in the right direction. I too suffer from this disease called “being a human”, symptoms include eating every delicious thing in sight, lack of self-control, and general fat-assery.

Alas, it is not too late! Repent now and change your ways! Who’s with me!?

For two weeks, we’re going to eat like we’ve got some dang sense, and start the eventual summer off with some strong solid habits to support the general lack of self-control we’ll most likely display on these coming summer weekends.

Step 1: Cut a hole in the box

Step 2:

…wait, wrong directions

Step 1: Pick a realistic 2 week goal (I’m going to suggest 2 – 5lbs)

Step 2: Get clear about nutrition (ask me for my world famous 11 Day Challenge and download the Lose It app)

Step 3: Map out fitness things (see calendar for workout and cardio opportunities)

Top 3 Winners get high fives, hugs, compliments (among other unknown displays of affection)

2 Week Turn Up Rules: Drink all the water, avoid alcohol and red meat, perform daily cardio and workouts (I’ll post workouts for those that would like assistance on that front)

One thought on “The Two Week Turn Up

    Lawrence Robinson said:
    April 3, 2015 at 8:23 pm

    Thanks for inspiration!

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