Something terrifying happens when you’ve been trying to lose weight for a while…

It’s straight out of a horror movie!

Frogs can be used to explain this bizarre event.

I’m sure you’ve heard that if you put a frog in boiling water, it will jump right out.

But if you put a frog in the water first, then bring it to a boil, it will stay in there and die.

People, when trying to lose weight, are just like the frogs that stay in the water…


Because, when you first start a fitness program, you’ll lose a couple pounds, lose a few inches, and then BAM!

Suddenly, months have passed and you’ve been stuck at the same weight.

You’re dying a slow death in the boiling water.

You’re doing the same running loop, at the same pace, over and over again.

You’re doing the same time on the elliptical at the same intensity.

You’re lifting the same weights for the same number of reps.

You’re slipping on your nutrition and eating more than you should.

So this email is for people who want to jump OUT of the water and start living.

Was this email too dramatic? Probably.

But we only get one life, friends!

If you’ve been in the water too long, we are here to help.

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