Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Why I LOVE Shakeology!

The top five reasons why I LOVE Shakeology.  It's not JUST a meal replacement.  I REALLY love this shake. From the beauty of the ingredients to the high standards and integrity of the product and of course, how delicious it is!

I've discovered ingredients I never knew existed and learned that a just because a label says 'whey protein', it does not necessarily mean it's a quality whey protein.  In fact most whey protein powders sold are very low grade.  Do I dare say it? The same grade used in livestock feed. GASP!  Rest assured the whey protein in Shakeology is the highest grade possible! 

Shakeology is not just a meal replacement. It has changed my life thanks to the Super Foods that make up this all-natural, amazing, powerful and nutritious shake.  It's like a little slice of heaven each day.


Here's my top 5 ingredients!
1.  Sacha Inchi - rich in amino acids and essential fatty acids
2.  Maca - pure energy source
3.  Cocoa - a natural feel good and one of the most mineral packed foods on Earth
4.  Camu-Camu - the highest proven concentration of vitamin C
5.  Wheat Grass - improves the immune system and a natural detoxifier

Can you tell how much I love it?


But don't just take my word for it, learn more about the Shakeology experience here!

Sunday, June 26, 2011

What it Takes to Qualify for Boston

I'm excited to share that I will be the special guest speaker on the LTKFITNESS weekly conference call this Sunday night. I will be sharing my story of how I hit my HUGE goal of qualifying for Boston, just when I thought that would NEVER happen.

Lois Tiedemann Koffi will also share, for the first time, her whole journey into cross training and how that transformed her running/triathlon career. For more information for this life changing call that takes place this Sunday, June 26th at 5 pm PDT/8 pm EDT. Details and call in info here!

Feel free to share with anyone you think might benefit, for example:

anyone wanting to lose weight

anyone wanting to qualify for Boston that hasn't yet or maybe wants to again (time requirements have gone down to qualify!)

be injury free

lose body fat

improve muscle mass

get faster

get into running the "right" way

be a long term runner

anyone who likes to learn
I would love to have you!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Half Time!

In the book, Half Time, author Bob Buford  explains  a certain shift that occurs in one's life around the age of 35 to 45.  Some might call this shift a mid-life crisis, but Buford explains it as a shift from simply doing to serving.  We become aware of our purpose and strive to live the second half with significance.

I was obviously very intrigued by this book as soon as I heard about it because I have been feeling those strong callings of significance during the past year of my life.  It's Half Time for me and I'm not concerned with making a dash for the restroom or watching some cheesy entertainment.  I'm at the point where I'm realizing the significance of what I do and who I serve in the second half, far outweighs having a perfect career or living a lifestyle that I grew up learning I should live.

What matters to me at the end of the day now is not how much money I make or how big the house is in which I live.  To me, if I have touched someone's life in a way they had never been recognized or if I believed in someone who might not have believed in themselves, if I inspired someone to be better or motivated someone to be great, then I know the second half is where I want to be.

I don't want a tax write-off, I want to support a charity because I believe in it.  I don't want to sit at a desk all day to collect a pay check and feel guilty or grumpy.  I want to work my tail off during the day and come home feeling fulfilled. I want to receive because I want to give and not give so that I can receive.  I want my epitaph to read, I cared rather than I wish I would have cared.

At age 36, I'm entering the half way point in my life, but I'm learning that the second half for me is filled with purpose rather intent.  I'm ready to tie up my laces and get in the game and enter the second half with conviction, assuredness and a zest for making a difference.

What will YOU do at Half Time?
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