51%… (Last Day)

What’s that?

That’s the percentage of annual weight gain that
happens during this time of year.

So that means, if you gained 5 pounds last year,
then 2.5+ you more than likely gained over the
Holidays between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.

Here’s another shocking statistic:

According the the Centers for Disease Control,
in 2012 a full 69% of Americans were considered
overweight or obese.

That means if you’re reading this (and you are),
there’s a pretty good chance that you fall into
that statistic.

(Good news: You don’t have to be. And it’s easy.)

Here’s yet another frightening statistic:

According to a study published in Nutrition Reviews,
people who were already overweight were likely to
gain 5 pounds, on average, over the 6 week period
between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.

What all that means is that there’s a better than
good chance that you’ll become a statistic this
Holiday Season.

But you don’t have to.

There’s a way to beat the odds and not end up just
another statistic.

Use the 3 strategies in my Kettlebell Secrets
Holiday Survival Guide.

Click here to learn more.

By the way, today is the last day to get your copy.


Because the Holidays are upon us and I want you to
get a jump on them.

Being part of the majority isn’t always a good thing.

Remember, the herd isn’t always right.

Be a cowboy (or cowgirl).

Talk soon.


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