Tuesday, November 25, 2008

20 Pounds Lighter On New Year's Eve...

It's been said many, many times that the average person gains ten pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's.

Ten pounds.

Some sources have reported up to a FIFTEEN pound average weight gain.
That's a lot of weight to put on so quickly.
But here's the thing: Your body doesn't know that it is the holiday season.
Your body doesn't change. Your actions and diet change, but the way your body responds stays the same.

So there's no reason why you can't actually LOSE weight over the holiday season.

With a professionally designed workout program and a sound nutrition strategy, it's possible to lose ten pounds in the five weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve.

And if that original statistic is true, if most people gain ten pounds over the season - and then you lose ten pounds over the same time frame - it's worth "double" when you're standing next to your friends at that New Year's Party....

The only thing left is for you to do it. Are you in?

The New Year's Little Black Dress

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