Body Assessment

Lessons learned from having my engine blow up on the interstate

By | Body Assessment, Fit Moms for Life Pledge, Health, Killer Kurves, Mindset, Mothers, Uncategorized

This past weekend, I had planned on going home to see my family.  My sister was flying in from Colorado and it was going to be the first time we were all together since my mom’s unexpected death. On my drive from Madison to Minnesota, my car started to act up and it got bad.  I pulled over and my car was smoking and it wouldn’t start.  I got a tow into Tomah and got the news my engine blew up and I would need a new engine.

After everything I have gone through this summer, between my mom and my brother’s stroke, this news didn’t even really phase me.  I just smiled and said, “ok”. At this point, I could have been stubborn and told the garage to fix it no matter the cost. I could have rented a car and drove to Minnesota to see my family and then kept the rental car for the next 10 days while they repaired my car.

CarBut I did something I am trying to do more often when I feel like I could use it… I asked for help. I posted on Facebook asking if anyone had a flat bed trailer or any connections to a local mechanic near where I broke down. I received a message from a guy I have never met but spoke with on the phone and he recommended a mechanic friend that was about 20 miles from me. Next, I called my dad and he hunted down a good used engine to replace mine.  Then, I had to figure out how to get the remaining three hours to MN to see my family.

One of my awesome clients, Karen, just happened to be leaving Madison in the morning and agreed to pick me up on her way and bring me back on Sunday.  I spent Friday night in a little motel that I am pretty sure was rented out by the hour. 🙂

On my way back to Madison, I received a call and a guy had a nice Lexus SUV waiting for me in Sparta, the town where my car was now getting fixed, and I could have the SUV for as many weeks as needed.

The lesson I want to remind you of is, don’t be afraid to ask for help.  Yes, we should be a person that is constantly trying to add to the world and not take away, but sometimes life throws us curveballs and humbly asking for help is the best thing we can do for ourselves AND it also allows others to be blessed by helping out.

Bringing it back to fitness and health, it is ok to admit that you haven’t been successful on your own. You haven’t failed.  You aren’t a bad person.  It just wasn’t the right fit. You might need more structure or community, that’s all! I am here to help if you need it.

If you really want to join one of my training programs in Madison, but can’t quite afford the entire membership investment, we are still taking applications for my mom’s scholarship. ->-> Click here to apply <-<  Send an e-mail to with a little background and your goals and I can recommend a program I think is best for you.

If you are in the Madison area and looking to lose 40 or more pounds and get personally coached by trainers who have lost 50-150 lbs themselves, then Killer Kurves is the program for you.  Our next 12 week session starts Oct 5thand we have limited spots still available in our morning and evening classes. ->->  Click here <-<- to learn more and email me if you have questions.

Do you want to transform the lives of other women while changing your own more than you thought possible?  Do you want to build authentic, rewarding relationships, while getting increased accountability for your own journey?  Want to earn a little extra cash on the side? Join us THIS WEDNESDAY for a live webinar on what it means to be a Fit Moms for Life Leader–>Click here to register<– We are looking for a few women to help us change the lives of many others–we hope you join us!

Do These Exercises if You Sit A lot…

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Health, Lifestyle, Strength, Uncategorized

If you are like me, and most of North America, you sit.
A lot…
Studies are now showing that all that sitting leads to early death.
But another problem is looming…
Very poor posture, neck and back pain, and lack of movement and mobility.
In today’s short video, I would like to share with you a couple simple exercises you can do at home or at work to counteract all this sitting.

Specific Foam Rolling Routine to Reduce Knee and Back Pain, and Speed Up Recovery

By | Body Assessment, Flexibly, Foam Roller, In-home workouts, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

The other day I announced the official launch of the Fit Moms for Life foam roller on Amazon.  The sales so far have been incredible, so thank you for that.  You should get your roller in about 2 days if you already ordered. A bonus to getting the foam roller is our Foam Roller Academy, a series of how-to videos on foam rolling. When starting to foam roll, I like to focus on two parts of the body that, when improved, can reduce knee and lower back pain dramatically.

#1 Calves

Whether we are walking, sitting, or wearing heels, our calves take a beating.  A common problem is tight, or shortened, calf muscles.  This is the first area of the body I want you to start to roll out.

#2 Quads

Tight, shortened, or overworked quads can cause knee pain along with many other problems.  When rolling this area out, you are going to discover some trigger points, or muscle knots, ie lots of pain.

Don’t have a foam roller yet? Click here to order the Fit Moms for Life foam roller and enter coupon code FM4LLOVE for a great $15 discount on Amazon.

->-> Click here to order now <-<-

Look for a new blog post focusing on upper body rolling.  These exercises will feel amazing, almost like having a personal masseuse.

WARNING: What You Are About To See Is Disturbing, Watch Only If You Are Ready For Change

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Health, Killer Kurves, Mindset, Moms, Mothers, Nutrition, Recipes, Uncategorized

Every once in awhile a video or article comes out that gives me goosebumps and fires me up to fight the fight of helping families get in better shape.

The video you are about to watch has done that more then anything else I have ever seen. We can’t wait another day to take action and create change, we deserve better and your kids deserve better.

Depending on where you are at in your life, this movie will stir up different emotions. You might feel a sense of relief that your struggles with your health and weight were something that started when you were an innocent child and that is really wasn’t your fault. Others might feel very blessed that they came from a home where cooking healthy meals from scratch was an everyday occurrence (that is me). Maybe you have tears streaming down your face because you are that mom or dad right now, busy and stretched thin and consistently giving your kids the foods and drinks that will one day land them on the ER table. Possibly your kids are out of the home now and guilt of how you raised them is welling up in your heart and regret fills your body, you wish you would have known what you know do.

An emotion I have right now is anger towards the processed food industry and how they target kids so much early on in their most impressionable years. No matter your emotion, I want to turn this into a positive. The good news is that your future can be infinitely better then your past. You have access to knowledge and tools that can change your life, the lives of your kids, and grandkids. The only catch is that you have to invest the time into learning about the tools and then APPLYING those tools into your families life.

At Fit Moms For Life we are very proud of the programs and tools we have created over the past 10 years. We believe they are not only based off of science, but also made practical in the real world. In other words, doable for a crazy busy person like yourself.

For the past year and a half we launch a new Killer Kurve’s session each quarter. The stories of transformation through this specific program are too numerous to share, but this is one of the only programs I have ever seen that focuses solely on overweight and obese people who are looking for a radical change in their life, without having to go on a radical eating or exercise plan. In other words we help you make small manageable choices that create massive long term change. In fact this program is so unique and powerful we are in the running to receive national grant money from the NIH to study this specific program even deeper.

Why does it work so well? It was created by trainers who were formerly obese. It was created with the deep understandings of what someone 40-200 lbs overweight goes through on an everyday basis and what they are thinking. It wasn’t created by some fit trainer who has never has an ounce of body fat, or from a scientist behind a computer who is solely looking at all the research papers.

Our team of trainers who specializes in Killers Kurves has expanded. Besides Liz (the co-creator of the program who lost over 60 lbs), we have added Shelley and Monique who have both been through the program and are now paying it forward (Monique has lost 152 lbs so far).

We understand that change is really hard and that not everyday is going to be great. That is why we focus on community and accountability to celebrates the successes and encourage each other during the defeats.



How One Couple Lost Over 131 lbs Together

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Mindset, Strength, Transformation Center, Uncategorized


It is something I talk about very much, and there is a big reason for that. Case in point the story I am going to share with you today. Lynette, had been coming for 4 years to our bootcamps (consistently) but gained and lost the same 30 lbs.


William and Lynette's Transformation

William and Lynette’s Transformation

She was battling her husband at home when it came to the food and overall healthy lifestyle. Things had to change our their marriage was in jeopardy. She talked her husband into joining Killer Kurves together and you might say the rest is history.

Click here to see their journey. Pay close attention to their food journal if you want some good ideas on what to eat to lose weight. Click here to check out their eating plan. This blog post was done awhile ago. They have both graduated and are now K2 alumni and integrated into our Transformation Center and have lost a combined total of over 130 lbs. Even more exciting is their kids have become fitter, leaner, and more active and have taken an active role in the preparation of food, and routinely come with their parents to our workouts at the Transformation Center. Even if you don’t have the support at home like Lynette had, surrounding yourself with a group of like-minded people is an awesome way to start.

Killer Kurves sign-up started less then two days ago for our next 12 week session starting March 31st and we have already sold out the M/W/F session so we only have a few spots remaining in the T/Th/F session. Click here to learn more about this program designed for those with BMIs 30 or above. Since we only run these every 12-14 weeks, it will be well into summer before we offer it again.

I want to leave you with one question. If you don’t change a thing, what would your life look like 10 years from now? How would you feel? Look? Think? Vacation? How that will look is determined by the steps we take starting RIGHT NOW.


3 More Small Tweaks For Massive Weight Loss

By | Body Assessment, Health, Mindset, Nutrition, Strength, Uncategorized

The other day, I shared with you 3 small changes that you can start doing right now to set yourself up for weight loss and a longer, healthier life. Remember, these changes won’t have instant effects, but they will build over time.

In case you missed that e-mail, here are those changes you can make right now:

  1. Write your workout schedule for the week into your calendar and make sure you treat those workouts like the most precious and important time of your day. Don’t give this sacred time up for anything besides an extreme medical emergency. I recommend working out a minimum of four times a week and six times a week if you are over the age of 50.
  2. When eating out, always order water only and skip the appetizer and dessert. Make ordering this way a habit and you won’t even miss the extra food and drinks after awhile.
  3. Each week, spend 5% less time with someone in your life who brings you down. This person may sap your energy, or make you feel stupid, and may not really believe that you can achieve your goals. In a matter of months, by spending less time with this person, you will find yourself getting annoyed less and feeling better about life.

Here are another three small changes you can make to your daily rituals that will produce massive change for your health and life:

  1. Immediately after waking up, drink 2 cups of water. This will rehydrate your cells and wake your body up.
  2. Pack or set out your workout clothes the night before (or sleep in them like I do) and have them ready for you in the morning. When the alarm goes off, give yourself 5 seconds to get up-jump out of bed if possible. This will make it much easier to get up in the morning. No more hitting the snooze button!
  3. During times when you know you will be sitting for more than an hour, set an alarm once per hour and do one minute of exercises. My favorites are pushups, squats, jogging in place, or lunges. These short bursts of activity will help you refocus, boost your metabolism a bit and help you feel less achy.

Again, these tweaks won’t make much of a noticeable difference in your day to day life, but month by month and year by year, these small changes will make a massive difference.


A powerful story…can you relate?

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Killer Kurves, Lifestyle, Mindset, Nutrition, Uncategorized

Sure, I talk about it a lot because it is what many look to as a measure for success, but I don’t really care about how much weight you lose – I care about how much you growth you experience.

Weight loss is a by product of growth…

I view myself less and less as a fitness professional and trainer and more as a growth specialist. “If you aren’t growing, you are dying.” I can’t agree more with this famous quote! When I sit down with clients, many times it becomes clear they feel stuck. Sometimes they aren’t happy in their careers or their marriages are struggling and they just don’t feel good about themselves. In many cases, these people have stopped growing and are merely existing as time passes by. Fortunately, by the time I meet with them, they have realized they want more out of their lives and are seeking help.

This is what gets us trainers at the Fit Moms Transformation Center so pumped up…to see people fully living.

Before I share with you a really awesome story about a Killer Kurves client named Ivy (she has lost well over 65 lbs and her husband about the same, but again that weight loss is just a by-product of their growth), I want to invite anyone who has 40 or more lbs to lose to join our next Killer Kurve 12 week sessionI can honestly say there isn’t a program like Killer Kurves in the world. It is so hard to explain in words what makes this program so special and unique, it is something that needs to be experienced.

->-> Click here to learn more <-<-

The K2 video on the above link will give you a glimpse into this amazing community. This photo shows how much fun this group has together, too! 


Here is Ivy’s story that she gave me permission to share from a recent Facebook post she wrote:

This last year I have really pushed myself to try things that I have been afraid of. Some of the big ones that really stand all have to do with my fear of heights; I climbed the fire tower at Blue Mounds (and hello open stair backs! I have a ridiculous fear of those too, but it induces vertigo also) I went down the howling tornado at the Great Wolf Lodge and I went skiing a couple of weeks ago. So obviously, I’m kinda a big chicken and I really do not like to take risks pretty much at all. My husband has been asking me to ski with him for years and years. I have always said no and in addition to being pretty terrified of the chair lift, I had a pretty valid excuse in being afraid that I would hurt my back. I have broken several vertebrae in my sacrum and by my hip joints twice in the last 11 years. The second time it happened it was a pretty terrifying ordeal and it caused a lot of mental anxiety because I missed out on some really, really important things with my children. I’m very terrified of not being able to walk again and to participate in life with my kids. I have let that fear dominate a lot of choices the last 6 years. I gave up a lot of things. I stopped trying things. Last year I started K2 and Liz taught me how to listen to my body as she also guided me through my first 9 months of classes. Sometime during that period I found some confidence in my body again (lost that totally when it failed me!) and I told my husband that I would try skiing with him ‘next year.’ Funny thing about time is that it seemed so far away and then suddenly next year was here and now and I had to either go back on my word or suck it up buttercup and give it a try. So I tried it. I was terrified. I was shaking and my palms were sweating. Ben got me up to the top of the bunny hill (seriously, its like a mound at Cascade, its not even steep enough to be a sledding hill!) and I started to cry. I was so damned scared. I could only envision falling over and over and over again. I did not know how to get past that fear. It felt like it had taken over my mind and body. I’m not sure how long I stood there off to the side watching all these little kids try it out, including my 3 year old son shrieking with delight to go faster. I finally got up the nerve to get down that hill (mound) and slowly went back and forth down the hill with my feet wedged as wide as I could get them to go as slow as possible. When I got to the bottom, I figured I was done and told my husband so. He said that was fine and he was really proud of me for trying because he knew how scared I was. Then as I started to head back to the lodge my older son asked me where I was going and then asked if he could teach me to ski. Sh*t. I really, really wanted to go inside. He was so sincere, and I have a really hard time letting my kids down. I wanted to try again and I wanted him to be proud of me too. So he patiently talked me back onto the magic carpet and up the hill over and over again. And I started to feel more comfortable. And then he decided I needed to go up the Schoolmarm and ride the chairlift. He knew I could do it, how could I doubt what he knew? Long story short, by the end of the day I had tried a few different hills, and even rode the terrifyingly fast chairlift. I loved it! I’m excited to go again and share something fun and active with my entire family. And I’m really proud of myself for stepping out of that comfort zone and not just trying it, but really pushing myself to do it all the way.


I have hundreds of similar stories I could share from clients like Ivy who have gained confidence in themselves and in their bodies. They are inspiring examples of people fully living!

For 2015, I hope that you will never need to question whether your body is healthy or fit enough to do whatever it is you want to do. No limitations!


Your Free Fat-Burning Recipes and Meal Plan!

By | Abdominal Training, Body Assessment, Core Training, Flexibly, Health, Lowerbody toning, Nutrition, Recipes, Strength, Uncategorized

I hope you enjoyed the crazy-effective but surprising way to help flatten your abs, which you can do any time, any place!

If you missed the video, click here to watch it now! Also, click here to download your free copy of our fat-burning menu and recipes. This simple menu is gluten-free and offers dairy-free options. It is based on nutritious, whole foods and does not require you to starve yourself or count calories! I guarantee that you will lose weight and feel better, even if you follow it for just one week.


I also want to share two more of my favorite workouts that target your butt and abs—two “problem” areas that most women want to tone >>> Click here for these unique exercises.

Doing targeted exercises like these is a great way to tone your muscles and burn fat. But they are only part of the solution to a fit, lean body. I believe there are four crucial (but simple!) pillars of success that are absolutely essential to have the body that you want, to be able to do the things you want to do, and to keep it that way for a lifetime.






12 ways to lose up to 15lbs in 6 weeks!

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Challenge, Lifestyle, Mindset, Six Week Challenge, Uncategorized

This coming Sunday I will be holding a workshop in McFarland for a couple dozen new clients who are part of our beta “Pay to Lose” 6 Week Challenge – a challenge that offers each client payment based on how much weight they lose.

Get PaidIf you can get yourself to our Mcfarland or Oregon bootcamp locations you can still sign up. We only have 2 more spots available, though, so act soon if you’re interested! ->-> Click here to grab your spot <-<

As I prepared for this Sunday’s workshop, I came up with 12 areas that I want these new clients to focus on over the next 6 weeks to lose as much weight as possible – in the healthiest way possible. Instead of keeping all this valuable information to Pay to Lose clients only, I’ve decided to share these weight loss tips with all my clients, so here you go….!

1. Drink up to a gallon of water every day, to flush out toxins. Start each day with 2-3 glasses of room temperature water with a fresh lemon or lime and a pinch of sea salt. This will help alkalize your body.

2. Drink as few calories as possible.

3. Eliminate dairy for 10 days. Not to say dairy is bad at all, but 40% of you reading this likely have some dairy sensitivities. This can result in bloating and weight loss resistance.

4. Eliminate gluten for up to 21 days. For most people, gluten is just fine, but about 15% of you have issues with it. Eliminating gluten will result in eating fewer carbs which is helpful for weight loss.

5. Don’t eat after 7 pm. Eating later at night isn’t that much different than any other time of the day, BUT what most people eat at night is not going to get them to their weight loss goals. You may have heard your parents say “nothing good happens after midnight”? The same can be said about what you eat after 7 pm!

6. Eat low glycemic fruits some of which include: plums, apples, cherries, grapefuit, all berries and lemons.

7. Get at least 7 hours of sleep per night or take a 20 minute nap. Getting enough sleep will lower your cortisol levels.

8. Practice at least 10 minutes of prayer, meditation, deep breathing daily. This practice will reduce stress and lower cortisol levels- allowing your body to release fat easier.

9. Exercise 6 days per week for at least 30 minutes working up to a sweat during each workout.

10. Two workouts each week should raise your heart rate to at least 90% of your max heart rate. A simple way to estimate your max HR is to subtract your age from 220, so 220-age. I am 31 so my estimated HR max is 189, but the other day I was at 193 during my stairs workout and I think it could have gotten higher, so this isn’t an exact formula for max heart rate-just an estimate.

11. Do not eat any food that contains the word “enriched” on the label. Enriched products have been too processed and will not provide you with any true nutrients.

12. Do not consume anything made with fake sugars. The two biggest fake sugar offenders are sucralose and aspartame.

There you have it. No supplements, no fancy equipment, and no expensive food. This is the best way I know how to enable your body to release the unwanted fat.

If you don’t live close to our headquarters in Madison, I have created a simple to follow 6 week plan that follows most of the above rules. It is called the FM4L 6 Week Challenge and we have had people lose up to 28 lbs in the first 6 weeks. Average weight loss tends to be around 10-12 lbs. We have just launched a digital only version of this FM4L 6 week challenge.

->-> Click here to learn more about this FM4L challenge and to sign up <-<-

Last chance to join the Pay to Lose challenge. If this is successful I might introduce this type of challenge in other programs we offer. Not only will this challenge help you lose weight, but you will have fun, meet some awesome people, and get trained by some of the best trainers in Madison!  ->-> Click here to reserve your spot now <-<-

Five amazing exercises to tone your butt

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Fit Moms for Life Six Week Challenge, Flexibly, Health, Moms, Mothers, Six Week Challenge, Uncategorized

My clients are always asking me how to lift and tone their glutes. So today I want to share my five favorite exercises to strengthen and tone your butt and hips.

As a bonus, when you work these large muscles, you will build lean muscle mass that will help you increase your metabolism, burn calories and lose weight.

If you want a done-for-you set of workouts that are designed to be incredibly efficient and effective—they take only 20 to 30 minutes—check out the FM4L 6 Week Challenge.

These whole-body workouts may be short, but they are designed to build strength and put your body into fat-burning overdrive. Many women are saying that they have never felt better. Learn more here!

Stay tuned for what may be the most important of my four pillars of success.


Crying on the bathroom floor

By | Balance, Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Fit Moms for Life Six Week Challenge, Health, Lifestyle, Moms, Mothers, Six Week Challenge, Uncategorized

The story I want to share with you today is from a mom named, Liz. Liz is now the head trainer at the Fit Moms Transformation Center, but if you would have known her just 4-5 years ago, you would have never guessed the path she would take.

Here is Liz telling us her story in her own words…

“I was lucky enough to be a stay at home mom with my boys, but with that came a lot of isolation and loneliness. I had made some “mom” friends and our daily activity usually involved eating lunch out. It helped me get through the day to have friends that were going through the same steps of motherhood and understood how hard it was at home.

I was always running errands, many of them unnecessary just to get out of the house. Looking back I remember every minute taking forever and so slowly ticking away, waiting for my husband to get home so I would have some relief from the constant caregiving. What I wouldn’t do now to have those beautiful minutes back with those little boys.

I felt myself falling back into depression, something I battled much of my life. I was not the mom I wanted to be, the mom I pictured I would be when I envisioned motherhood. I was letting my kids down, my husband down and myself down. I just didn’t have energy for anyone. I lacked patience and understanding. I was lazy. I got frustrated easily with my kids and most of all I was just TIRED. Tired of just trying to survive and not living life, tired of not loving my life, tired of not seeing how good I had it, tired of the way things were.

One morning I got on the scale to see where I was at, thinking it would read 180. It read 203- the most I had ever weighed not pregnant.

How had I let it get so bad?!

I sat down on the bathroom floor and just started to cry.

What had I done?!

How had I done this?!

What kind of role model was I to my kids?!

Before I knew it my boys were banging on the door to get in. As all moms know the bathroom is never a personal place with small kids. I picked myself up, wiped the tears from my eyes, and pledged to do something about it. I made an appointment with my doctor to go back on anti-depressants. I started walking with a neighbor every morning. I was really starting to feel better. By the time my doctors’ appointment came around I had decided I was going to use exercise NOT use medication to make myself happy again.

Those morning walks slowly turned into morning run/walks, which turned into runs. I became addicted to what it felt like to push myself.

I joined Dustin’s Fit Moms classes figuring I might as well give it a try. What did I have to lose?!

If nothing else, it was free childcare for 45 minutes, a chance to be me not “mommy”. Oh boy did I struggle those first few weeks.! But everyone was so welcoming and friendly. I looked forward to coming and talking to others, once again not feeling alone all day. My boys were 3 and 1 at the time and it took a lot of energy to keep up with them all day but I was finding the energy to do it!

LizzyBefore I knew it I was exercising at least 5 days a week and LOVING it. I loved that the Fit Moms classes were fun, interactive, and non-judgmental. More important than losing the weight, I was feeling good about myself. I was excited to wake up every morning, excited to spend the day with my kids, excited for whatever was next.

My life has been forever changed on the outside, but most importantly, inside. Through this journey I didn’t find the old me that was lost, I found this amazing new me. A me that loves exercise, that isn’t afraid to speak first or to introduce myself to others, that has self-confidence, that can look people in the eye when I speak to them, and that is capable of anything I put my mind to.

I want every mom to feel good about who she is as a woman, not just as a mom, or a wife. I want every mom to treat herself better and therefore able to treat her family better. I want every mom to realize how important it is to put yourself first.”

Liz G

Dustin here again…

Thanks so much Liz for being vulnerable and sharing your story with the world. You are a true testament to what can happen when you are ready for change and put yourself in a loving community that is also going after the same goals and dreams.

If you can relate to Liz’s story and live near Madison, I would like to invite you to check out either the Killer Kurves program that she runs (next session starts this week), or the Fit Moms sessions. Or just e-mail with your story and I can guide you in the best direction. If you want me to call you please leave a phone number with your message.

->-> Click here to reserve one of the final spots in our Killer Kurves program <-<-

If you are feeling hopeless, depressed, embarrassed, anxious, or overwhelmed you really are not alone. Seeking help isn’t a moment of weakness but rather a sign of strength. Wherever you live in the world, there are people around you. Ask for help. We are in this together!

How to avoid being one of the 5,000 Americans who will be diagnosed with this today!

By | Behavior Change, Body Assessment, Challenge, Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Uncategorized

I must admit, when I was in college studying Kinesiology (exercise science), I really didn’t pay too much attention to the disease we are going to learn more about today.  Today, it is now one of the most deadly diseases in this country and is costing America $245 BILLION each year. What am I talking about and how can you prevent it from effecting your health?

Click this link to learn more >>>

Maybe it is because this disease has skyrocketed over the past decade or maybe it is because the Fit Moms Transformation Center has become known for specializing in creating weight loss programs for people who have 50-150 lbs to lose…whatever the case may be, I am seeing more of this disease than I ever have before.

The good news is this disease is preventable and even reversible with proper exercise and nutrition.

Click here to discover how to avoid this disease or stop it in its tracks >>>

If you are in the Madison area, our #1 weight loss program kicks off a new 12 week session one week from now. Click here to learn about Killer Kurves and to see if you qualify for this program.

Just think, come January 1st you could be 20-30 lbs lighter, crave less sugar, be in clothing that’s 2-3 sizes smaller, have more energy and confidence – all before making those New Years resolutions! ->-> Click here to join now <-<