Archives: Testimonial

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Linda Mayers Lost 80 Pounds and 4 Sizes

Downloading the MyFitnessPal app and lacing up my running shoes helped me kick 53 pounds to the curb.

When it comes to weight loss, exercise is your best friend. If you haven’t exercised for a long time and are very out of shape, start out by exercising for just 10 minutes a day, and add on over time to build up to 30 minutes to an hour every day. Do both aerobic exercise (like walking, swimming, and cycling) and anaerobic exercise (resistance training, weight lifting) for best results. Aerobic exercise has many benefits: it improves insulin sensitivity, strengthens your heart, gives you more energy, and much more.

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Meghan Wolf Lost 90 Pounds and 3 Sizes

It all was quite simple but I could never do that alone.

Physical activity

94% increased their physical activity (most frequently through walking)
90% exercise, on average, about 1 hour per day
62% watch fewer than 10 hours of TV per week

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Maggie Woo Lost 146 Pounds and 5 Sizes

Hooray!
I love my new look!
Corey made all possible and impossible to make me hold myself in hands and stick to all the workouts and diets!

Without you, I wouldn’t be able to make it!

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Joey Tribbiani Lost 100 Pounds

Corey really made it for me.

It will always be true that losing weight is much harder than not putting it on in the first place. There is no safety zone that is immune to this fact. Children who are obese are at risk for heart disease, diabetes, and more at an early age. Children too easily model their habits on their parents’ habits, and thus the cycle of obesity is passed on from one generation to the next.

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Hillary Davis Lost 170 pounds

It will always be true that losing weight is much harder than not putting it on in the first place.
There is no safety zone that is immune to this fact. Children who are obese are at risk for heart disease, diabetes, and more at an early age. Children too easily model their habits on their parents’ habits, and thus the cycle of obesity is passed on from one generation to the next.

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Diane Finally Got Herself into the Shape

Our bodies are designed to remain in balance, and when they go out of balance, a natural mechanism has been interfered with. Usually this occurs through decisions that we make that turn into habits. Decisions are conscious and can be reversed. Habits are unconscious and are considerably harder to reverse. Even so, the more awareness you can bring to any health issue, the better your chances of reaching a solution.

Thanks, Corey, for bringing me balance.