Hiit Mama workouts are timed so time yourself and go as FAST AS YOU CAN!! That is how you get the cardio in. If you are a new Hiit Mama, just start with the workout of the day (WOD)...no need to go back to the first post because we will eventually repeat all those workouts. Make sure and post your time in the comment section so you can track your progress! Also, there are video demos of each exercise we do down the right side bar.

May 29, 2015

Friday 05.29.15

15-12-9 reps for time of:
Thrusters, 20-30 lbs
Pull-ups (assist as needed)
Butterfly sit-ups

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 46
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar 
drink water every day

NEXT WEEK'S ADDED CHALLENGE: no fried food

"Deep-fried foods may be tasty, but they are definitely not healthy. Foods like french fries, onion rings, fried wontons and deep-fried candy bars offer little in the way of nutritional value while putting you at higher risk for certain health conditions. However, you don't necessarily have to give them up totally to have a healthy diet.


Nutrition Concerns

Deep-fried foods are usually high in fat, particularly the types of fats that are bad for your health. Many restaurants fry foods in oils containing trans fats, and since many deep-fried foods are coated in batter, they absorb more fat than they would without the batter coating. Because of the high fat content, they are also high in calories, making it more likely you will eat more calories than you need and possibly gain weight.

Health Risks

The saturated fat and trans fat in deep-fried foods increase your risk for high cholesterol and heart disease. If you eat a high-fat diet, you are also at higher risk for certain cancers and for obesity. Deep-fried foods also may contain acrylamide, a possible carcinogen, with foods fried at higher temperatures or for longer containing more than those fried for shorter times at lower temperatures.

Healthier Deep Fried Foods

If you can't give up fried foods, you can make them healthier. Use unsaturated oils to fry your foods, such as canola, corn, peanut, safflower, soybean or sunflower oil. Heat the oil to the proper temperature, as oil that isn't hot enough leads to increased fat absorption by the food. Make sure the oil returns to the right temperature in between each batch of food you fry in it.

Considerations

As long as your overall diet is low in fat, saturated fat and trans fat, you can eat deep-fried food in once in a while. Eat just a small amount of deep-fried food, and pair it with healthy foods, such as fruit and vegetables, that are low in calories. In a healthy diet, all foods are OK in moderation."

Mamas, I don't believe in extremes that are unmaintainable or that leave you feeling like you are always failing or cheating. I believe in moderation. I want all of us to try to cut out fried food for the rest of this challenge. If you steal a french fry from your hubby's plate or eat a chip from your kids lunch, you aren't cheating or failing, you are just living. We are cutting back. We are trying to be healthier every day and making changes that can last longer than 90 days. Next time you go to your family's favorite burger place, don't order your own fries, just steal 1 or 2 from someone else at your table. ;)

May 28, 2015

Thursday 05.28.15

6 400-meter sprints

Rest as needed between efforts.

Post best and worst times to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 45
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar 
drink water every day

May 27, 2015

Wednesday 05.27.15

Complete as many rounds as possible in 20 minutes of:
2 pull-ups (assist as needed)
4 knees-to-elbows
8 kettlebell swings, 20 lbs

Post rounds completed to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 44
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar 
drink water every day

May 26, 2015

Tuesday 05.26.15

HERO WOD

For time:
100 sit-ups
Run 800 meters
75 push-ups
Run 1,200 meters
50 sit-ups
Run 1,600 meters
25 push-ups
Run 2,000 meters

Post time to comments.

*In honor of Officer James Lowell Capoot, of the Vallejo Police Department, died Nov. 17, 2011, in the line of duty while chasing after an armed man suspected of robbing a bank. The 45-year-old, who lived in Vacaville, California, joined the Vallejo Police Department in 1993 and served as a motorcycle officer, motorcycle instructor, driving instructor and SWAT officer. He received two medals of courage, including one life-saving medal, as well as many other department commendations.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 43
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar 
drink water every day

May 25, 2015

Monday 05.25.15

For time:
21 Weighted squats, 40-60 lbs
Rest 3 minutes
15 Weighted squats, 40-60 lbs
Rest 3 minutes
9 Weighted squats, 40-60 lbs

Compare to 05.26.14

Post time to comments.

Happy Memorial Day
In honor of all of our servicemen, past or present, who serve our country and keep us free.

90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 42
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar 
drink water every day

May 22, 2015

Friday 05.22.15

Complete as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes of:
5 Pull-ups
10 Thrusters, 20 lbs

Post rounds completed to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 39
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar 

THIS WEEK'S ADDED CHALLENGE: drink half of your body weight in ounces of water every day

Can drinking water help you lose weight?

Our bodies are about 70% water, yet so many of us deprive our bodies of this readily available, free drink. By filling up your body's "tank" with water every day, you will definitely  begin to lose weight and feel better. If you have ever wondered, "Does drinking water help you lose weight?".........

1. When you drink water, you will feel less hungry

"Various research shows that if you drink 2 cups of water 30 minutes before a meal then you will consume 75 calories less on average during that meal. That full-feeling, helping you to shave off 75 calories a meal, may not sound like anything significant to you, but if you ate 75 calories less for 2 meals a day, then in one day that is 150 calories less, and in one year that is that is 52,800 calories less. Divide that by 3,500 (the number of calories to lose 1 pound) and you've got yourself a 15 lb. weight loss in one year!"

2. When you drink water, your body burns more stored fat

"When you are trying to lose weight the parts of your body that you're focused on probably are not your kidneys and liver, but these parts are vital to weight loss. So a quick bio lesson is in order. The job of your kidneys is to eliminate waste. One job of your liver is to metabolize stored fat into usable energy. If your kidneys don't get enough water to do their job (eliminate waste), then they "ask" the liver to help out. The liver dutifully says, "yes," but it is your body that suffers. You see, if the liver is doing the work of the kidneys then it has less resources to do its own job well - and remember, its job is to burn fat. So you can help your liver do its job better, by helping your kidneys out, by drinking more water."

3. When you drink water, you will have more energy

"Even the slightest bit of dehydration can leave you feeling sluggish and that's not a good thing if you are trying to lose weight. Look back at the bio lesson on the liver. Recall that one job of your liver is to burn fat into usable energy. You do not want to be lacking in usable energy if you want to lose weight. Losing weight involves activity, moving, exercise, and if you are sluggish what is the first thing you do - probably sit on the couch in front of the television instead of going for a brisk walk or run. Being sluggish just weighs you down (pun intended). But you can turn it around by filling up with water, feeling more energetic, and becoming more active."

4. When you drink water, you are able to build more muscle

"Anyone who has ever been interested in weight loss probably knows that muscles burn more calories at rest than fat. So the more muscle you have, the more fat your body burns even when it's at rest. Think of it this way, blood plasma is 90% water and so water is like an ever-flowing stream in your body that carries oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, organs and entire body. This water transportation system, delivering nourishment, is not only vital to keeping your muscles hydrated so they contract, function, and build up optimally, but necessary for your entire body to have an overall feeling of well-being."

5. When you drink water, your metabolism increases

"When you think of metabolism, think of fat-burning. If you could burn fat faster and more efficiently then you could lose more weight. German researchers once conducted a study where they measured the participants' resting metabolism before and after they drank about two cups of water. The results showed that after 10 minutes their rates of metabolism began to pick up, after 40 minutes their metabolic rates' were 30% greater, and they remained at this faster rate for at least an hour. Simply put, increased metabolism burns more calories and when you are losing weight calorie burning is a critical piece of the equation."





May 21, 2015

Thursday 05.21.15

Final Countdown

Run 1600 meters
Rest 3 minutes
Run 1200 meters
Rest 2 minutes
Run 800 meters
Rest 1 minute
Run 400 meters

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90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 38
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar

May 20, 2015

Wednesday 05.20.15

50-40-30-20-10 reps for time of:
Butterfly sit-ups
Kettlebell swings, 20 lbs

Compare to 05.20.14

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 37
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar

May 19, 2015

Tuesday 05.19.15

10 100-meter sprints

Rest as needed between efforts.

 Compare to 06.27.14

Post best and worst times to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 36
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar

May 18, 2015

Monday 05.18.15

"Jackie"

1000 meter run
50 Thrusters, 20 lbs total
30 pull-ups (assist as necessary)

Compare to 04.24.13

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 35
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol
reduce sugar

May 15, 2015

Friday 05.15.15

As many rounds in 12 minutes of:
400 meter run
5 Dead lifts, 60 lbs

Compare to 05.15.14


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 32
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol

NEXT WEEK'S ADDED CHALLENGE: reduce sugar intake

On our first 90 Day Challenge, I wrote that reducing sugar "will be my greatest challenge yet!" because I had such a sweet tooth and had to have something sweet after every meal. It used to take everything in me to not eat chocolate chip cookies for breakfast. Then I started the Vi-Shape protein shakes after my workouts and just that, with no other changes to my diet, dramatically changed my cravings, particularly for sugar and fatty foods. It has been the best gift ever (along with a flat stomach) to not have those cravings anymore. As of Last January I did a clean30: eating clean 6 days a week with one cheat day on Saturday, so no sugar at all, no processed foods, no wheat, basically proteins, fruits and veggies with dairy (no cheese) and eggs. After the first 30 days of clean eating and cutting out all sugar, I could barely stand much "cheat" food on my cheat day anymore. It is a little disappointing sometimes when I have a dozen Krispy Kreme donuts in front of me and can only handle barely 1! But I feel SO much healthier, my body fat is literally melting off and muscles I have always had are popping out all over the place. I have found that the healthier I eat, the more my body craves healthy foods, which in turn is transforming my body into what I have always wanted and trained so hard for. It is a win-win! :)

Mamas, I want you to start to be aware of how much sugar you are consuming every day. I challenge you to cut out sugar 6 days a week. Let's hold ourselves accountable and start our sugar detox and accelerate our progress on this fitness journey. Remember, your body will burn off all the sugar you are consuming before it will even touch the fat you are storing. Make that decision easy! No sugar....go straight to the fat! BURN! BURN!! 

Dangers of Sugar

"The dangers of sugar are very serious. Excess sugar intake will do more to derail your weight loss eating plan than just about anything else. If you limit sugar in your diet, you will go a long way to getting incredible results with your weight loss eating plan.

The Hidden Dangers of Sugar

The Dangers of Sugar - When I researched the bad effects of sugar in our diet, I was astonished at how harmful sugar is to our bodies. We've all learned how sugar can rot our teeth, increase our risk of getting diabetes, and make us gain weight. You may be surprised at how many other bad effects sugar has on our system over the long term.

How Sugar Can Ruin Your Healthy Weight Loss Plan:
If you limit your sugar intake, you will be well on your way to building the body of your dreams. That's because excess sugar intake will do more to derail you from reaching your weight loss and fitness goals than just about anything.
The problem with sugar is that it tastes so darn good. Therein lies the rub. If sugar treats tasted like broccoli, it would be easy to avoid them altogether. Because sugar tastes good, it can be very difficult to avoid consuming excess amounts of it. Sugar is habit forming. It is addicting. And that can lead to all kinds of health problems. Sugar has absolutely no nutritional value. Consuming a lot of sugar is the equivalent of taking a daily fat pill.
Once we start eating sugar, it's difficult to stop. The more of it we eat, the more we crave.
Sugar is largely responsible for unwanted weight gain, excess fat, and excess sugar intake leads to obesity for too many people.
Sugar can give us a short-term spike in energy, but then we have an energy crash. Sugar actually robs us of energy, and that creates a vicious cycle where we exercise less, become even more sedentary, and gain even more weight.
Excess sugar intake is one of major reasons why many people don't realize their goal to lose weight or build a lean, muscular body. You cannot continue to take in excess amounts of sugar and expect to build the body that you desire.
There is a lot of media coverage about the dangers of saturated fat (and for good reason), but there is not enough coverage on the dangers of sugar. Limit both sugar intake and saturated fat in your diet, and you will see astonishing changes in your body. You will not believe the difference.

Dealing With Sugar Cravings:
We all struggle with food cravings. If you learn strategies of how to deal with sugar cravings, you will go a long way to reaching your weight loss and fitness goals.
Don't beat yourself up if you give in to the craving. You're human. Beating yourself up over the occasional slip up is only going to demotivate you and discourage you.

How Sugar Can Destroy your Body and Your Health:
One of the dangers of sugar is that sugar raises your blood sugar levels (makes sense). But sugar can also cause hypoglycemia. Over the long-term, excess sugar in your diet speeds up the aging process, increases your risk of getting cancer, heart problems, contributes to diabetes, can lead to osteoporosis, hurt your eyesight, and can cause arthritis.
For you ladies out there concerned about keeping your skin looking young, sugar plays a role in giving you wrinkles and aging your skin.

No Sugar Diet - Benefits of Cutting Sugar from Your Diet:
While we're not suggesting that you never eat sugar (that is extreme), if you adopt a a no sugar diet most days of the week, you will see quick weight loss results.
To put a more positive slant on it, if you limit your sugar intake, you lower your risk of degenerative diseases, slow the aging process, save hospital bills and medical bills, and improve the quality of your life. If you avoid the dangers of sugar, and limit your sugar intake, you'll look better, feel better, and perform better.
If you can discipline yourself to cut back on sugar, your chances of you getting serious results from your weight loss eating plan skyrocket. Cut back on sugar and the pounds will melt off your body.
Eating a lot of foods that contain too much sugar is habit forming. And like any other bad habit, the habit of eating too much sugar can be broken. Begin by cutting back on sugar a little at a time. Progressively cut back even more until you get to the point where you are consuming very little sugar in your diet. Substitute snacks that contain little or no sugar. Over time, it will get easier and easier to substitute good foods for the bad foods. You will train yourself to avoid the dangers of sugar.
We're not suggesting that you never eat sugar. Life is too short to never have candy bars, chocolate cake, and ice cream. Rather, work on cutting back on your sugar intake. The more you cut back on sugar, the more results you will see with your diet plan and your fitness goals.
Save the sugar foods as a way to reward yourself for your discipline with your diet plan. Create an incentive system where you reward yourself with your favorite sugar foods when you reach a weight loss or fitness milestone. This can be very effective in helping you reach your fitness goals."

May 14, 2015

Thursday 05.14.15

7 rounds of:
15 hip raises (squeeze at the top!!)
3 boy push-ups

Compare to 05.19.14 


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 31
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol

May 13, 2015

Wednesday 05.13.15

"Miss Jackson"

3 rounds for time of:
Run 800 meters
50 Back Extensions (supermans or body surfers)
50 Butterfly sit-ups

Compare to 05.13.14

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 30
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol

May 12, 2015

Tuesday 05.12.15

5 rounds for time of:
Run 250 meters
16 pull-ups (assist as needed)
9 push-ups

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 29
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol

May 11, 2015

Monday 05.11.15

For time:
1-mile run
50 weighted squats, 50 lbs
100 butterfly sit-ups
100 double-unders (400 single jump)
50 sumo deadlift high pulls, 25 lbs
100 box jump overs, 18 inches

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 28
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm
no alcohol

May 8, 2015

Friday 05.08.15

21-15-9-6-3 reps for time of:
Handstand push-ups (scale as needed)
Front squats, 30-40 lbs
Burpees

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 25
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm

NEXT WEEK'S ADDED CHALLENGE: no alcohol

What impact does alcohol have on your fitness regime?

"Unfortunately, toasting your WOD with post-exercise drinks at home or down the pub can undo all the good work you've just put in. There's 180 calories in the average pint of lager and 159 calories in a 175ML glass of 13% ABV white wine, so you could end up topping up the weight you thought you'd lost through your fitness regime in no time at all. For instance, if you've just run for half an hour it will only take two pints to put back on the calories you've just burned off through exercise.
The way alcohol is absorbed by the body can also reduce the amount of fat you're able to burn by exercising. Because your body isn't designed to store alcohol, it tries to expel it as quickly as possible. This gets in the way of other processes, including absorbing nutrients and burning fat. So as well as slowing down the burning of calories, alcohol gets in the way of the nutritional benefits of the healthy meals you eat. 

Running on empty

Fitness experts agree that to get the most from cardiovascular exercise such as running or swimming, you have to put in the physical effort. But while your hangover may make a less hectic workout feel welcome, it's harder to build up the head of steam you need to stay in shape when you have a headache, and nausea is beginning to kick in. The night before's alcohol leaves your body dehydrated, even before your session starts.

Body benefits

If you feel like the balance between alcohol and exercise is veering too much towards the former, then it's a good idea to consider cutting down.
Re-assessing your relationship with alcohol doesn't just do wonders for the effectiveness of your workout, it can also boost your general health too. In fact, if you're looking to reduce your stress levels, lose weight and look your best, then reducing your intake will help.
Best of all, cutting down delivers more than just short-term results. Drinking within the guidelines means you're actively protecting your general health and reducing your risk of developing heart disease, having cancer and getting problems with your liver in the future as well."

www.drinkaware.co.uk

May 7, 2015

Thursday 05.07.15

"Holly"

For time:
50 Deadlifts, 60 lbs
50 Walking lunges
40 Front squats, 30-40 lbs
40 Knees-to-elbows
30 Power cleans, 20-30 lbs
30 Burpee box jumps, 18 inch
20 Thrusters, 20-30 lbs
20 Double-unders (sub 80 single jump rope)

Compare to 05.02.14

Post time to comments.

Hiit Mama Holly from Challenge VIIII

90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 24
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm

May 6, 2015

Wednesday 05.06.15

"Nasty Mamas"

3 rounds for time of:
50 one-legged squats, alternating
7 pull-ups
10 hang power cleans, 20-30 lbs

Compare to 05.05.14

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 23
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm

May 5, 2015

Tuesday 05.05.15

5 rounds, each on a 3-minute clock, of:
20 butterfly sit-ups
20 hip raises
Max reps squats

Rest at least 3 minutes between each round.

Post number of squats completed each round to comments.

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 22
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm

May 4, 2015

Monday 05.04.15

5 rounds for time of:
15 kettlebell swings, 20 lbs
15 deficit push-ups, hands gribbing dumbbells
Run 400 meters

Post time to comments.


90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 22
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks
no food after 8:00pm

May 1, 2015

Friday 05.01.15

"Dilly"

4 rounds for time of:
27 Box jumps, 18" box
20 Burpees
11 Squat cleans, 20-40 lbs

Compare to 05.01.14

Happy Birthday to my sweet daughter
Dylan
who is turning 7 today! 

90 DAY CHALLENGE XI: DAY 19
Vi-shake
no caffeine
fruit or veggie snacks

NEXT WEEK'S ADDED CHALLENGE: no food after 8:00pm

 I realize that a few of my Mamas will have to modify this a bit, if you are a shift worker, etc. The point is to stop eating AT LEAST 2 hours before you go to bed. I would like most of us to stick to the 8:00pm rule, even if we stay up later than 10:00pm. :)

Eating Before Bed – What to Avoid

"One of the most important keys to your weight loss journey is not eating before bed. Eating before bed gives our body immediate fuel to be used as energy – the only problem is we don’t need energy at this time. The food that is not used for normal body processes (our bodies are still active when we sleep) is left to be digested by the body and is eventually stored. This is a lot of activity for a body that wants to be resting!
While on a weight loss journey we want to maximize the number of pounds we can lose everyday in a healthy manner. A great way to do this is to stop eating 2 hours before we go to bed. Not eating before bed allows our body’s natural sleeping metabolism to help us burn fat while we sleep. Instead of the sleeping energy processes using our pre-bed snack for fuel they are able to breakdown fat to gather energy to recover from our day. This is an important part of any weight loss journey and can be stalled by eating before bed.
By not eating after 8 pm we are limiting those extra calories that we may have eaten! Stop the madness and save yourself from these extra calories by not eating before bed.
Getting a good night sleep is important for everyone. It helps us re-energize from long, tiring days, rebuild our muscles from intense workouts, and relax our mind from the stresses of daily living. Eating before bed can have negative effects on our sleep quality. It can make us feel bloated, uncomfortable, stuffed or too hot. It can ruin our sleep. On top of that many people experience acid reflux if they eat in bed or eat and lie down right away making getting a good sleep much more difficult. If you feel like your sleep has been interrupted by poor digestion or stomach issues make sure you aren’t eating 2 hours before you go to bed.

Sleeping is the perfect time to give our body a rest from food. It wants to digest what it already has to deal with and doesn’t want you to add to the fire. This is saying that you are sticking to your 5-6 smalls meals per day and aren’t overly hungry at bed time. I will list a few pre-bed snacks for those who NEED an after dinner snack. There are going to be times when you need to eat before bed. Don’t go to bed hungry. If you can’t help it and need an after supper snack you need to try these few tips:
  • Re-evaluate your daily meals – are you eating enough throughout the day? Have you eaten every 3 hours today?
  • Make sure you are eating vegetables, a lean protein and a healthy fat for supper. This combination will keep you feeling full longer.
  • First try drinking a glass of water. Sometimes we are really just thirsty and water will do the trick.
  • As a last resort, try one of these after supper snacks – a banana with peanut butter, celery with peanut butter or a handful of almonds
 Reducing the Want to Eat Before Bed

One of the main reasons people eat at night is they don’t eat enough during the day. Many people have their biggest meal at dinner and then snack before bed. This extreme hunger from not eating during the day causes over-eating and worse cravings at night. The best way to prevent this is to eat small meals every 3 hours throughout the day and keep your body burning.
Much of our bedtime snacking is caused by stress. Stress is such a huge factor is stalling weight loss and can ruin your efforts if you let it! Recognize your stress don’t let it consume you. Do not turn to food in times of stress. One of the best ways to cut your nighttime binges is to reduce your overall stress! Try things like mediation, yoga or massage to reduce your stress and prevent eating at night.
Here are other ways to stop eating before bed:
  • Eat 5-6 small meals throughout the day.
  • Keep all junk food out of your house.
  • Form a habit of not eating after a certain time (if you go to bed at 10 pm stop eating every night at 8 pm)
  • Do your workouts in the morning.
  • Eat protein, healthy fats and lots of vegetables at supper time.
 Your Challenge This Week 

Today I want you to stop eating 2 hours before bed! You will feel lighter, less bloated, have increased weight loss, better sleeps and more energy. These are some amazing reasons to take on this added challenge."