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Julie
I have read and re read the different e books when I need inspiration to do my work out. By the time I am 2 paragraphs in (to Female Fat Loss Over 40), I am ready to get my work out clothes on and go for it. I really enjoy the challenging work outs and the audio book with the different timing intervals makes it easy!! I am really enjoying your program, particularly these 2 months which are especially busy for me. I can’t always make it to Boot camp but I feel so much better when I exercise. It’s great to have the option of doing a challenging workout at home. I am looking forward to taking your program on my next vacation. Thanks!!

Becky M
Hey Shawna, I bought the FFLO about a month ago and have finally started using it on Tuesday. I quit waiting for Monday to start it. It's just been 3 days but I can already tell that it is working. I sleep better and want to eat better so that I'll see results. How can I mess up with menus and workouts spelled out for me? I know what I need to do and have worked with trainers over the years to know that your program will work. For me it has just been a matter of getting started. I gained 15 lbs over the winter and need to get it off. I was diagnosed 2 years ago with Type 2 diabetes so exercise is a key part of my health. I love to walk / run but I know that with the interval training I will not only see the results I want on my body but my blood sugar will be where it needs to be. The interval training is a great workout for me in the morning. Then in the evenings I can walk for stress relief and to just relax. I saw myself in your message yesterday about the woman who still tries to walk everyday for 2 hours - who has time for that? I enjoy your blogs and am glad that I found you on Facebook! To good health!

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  • Anne's Potato Pancakes
    Easy and tasty potato pancakes. Serve with sour cream, applesauce, and/or ketchup.
  • Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
    This is a wonderful, simple recipe for an apple cinnamon oatmeal. Even the kids can make this one!
  • Apple Pie Waffles
    A real hit in the house at breakfast time. These waffles smell and taste like an apple pie. Serve with real maple syrup or even vanilla ice cream!
  • Aussie Omelet
    A great hearty Aussie omelet (well, we think it is!). Well worth the effort.
  • B Muffins
    These nutritious, delicious muffins have been a family favorite for years.
  • Blueberry Flax Pancakes
    Fluffy pancakes with ground flax seed and blueberries for a healthier, fiber filled pancake.
  • Egg Flipped Over
    This recipe is easy, fun and good for kids."
  • Ham and Cheese Chop Chop
    This a great way to use up some Easter ham on the morning after. It's an easy to make omelet without all the fuss. Kids and adults both love it."
  • Richards Breakfast Scramble
    It is a great next day, leftover user breakfast that is hearty and fast! My brother came up with this recipe and it has become a breakfast mainstay when we get together! Serve w...
  • Richard's Breakfast Scramble
    It is a great next day, leftover user breakfast that is hearty and fast! My brother came up with this recipe and it has become a breakfast mainstay when we get together! Serve w...
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