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
(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
But you don’t have to.
There’s a way to beat the odds and not end up just
Use the 3 strategies in my Kettlebell Secrets
Holiday Survival Guide.
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).