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WorkIt Wednesday - IdealShape Update 1!

Hello Neighbors!

Today I want to tell you about a wonderful company called IdealShape!  If you feel like you have tried all sorts of dieting plans, lost weight and put it back on, etc., keep reading!


I will be sharing my story a little further down, but first I wanted to let you know about IdealShape.  Here is a little bit about IdealShape and how they can help YOU find your Ideal Shape!  "Our program isn't a diet, it's a healthy way to live the rest of your life…Give us 28 days and we'll show you how changing just ONE habit will help transform your life.  Most people take on too much when trying to lose weight, get overwhelmed, then quit. Others lose weight, but don't keep it off because they haven't created sustainable habits for healthy living.  We'll show you how to focus on one habit at a time using a complete weight loss system that incorporates healthy eating, hunger control, exercise, and a community to support you in achieving your ideal shape."



IdealShape sent me 1 Tub of Chocolate Meal Replacement Shake, 1 Chocolate Peanut Butter Meal Replacement Bar, 1 ResveraShape Supplement, and 1 IdealShape Shaker Bottle along with the free eBooks included with any purchase.

 


The first couple days of doing the IdealShape plan, I used the recommended half a scoop of the shake mix (this is because some people are not used to such large amounts of protein in their system).  I really have never been much of a breakfast eater (and yes, I know I should eat a bigger breakfast!), so drinking a shake instead of eating something wasn't that big of a change for me, although I see how it could be for some people.



Yesterday for the first time I had two meal replacement shakes in one day.  I replaced breakfast with a shake (like I usually do), and I replaced dinner with a shake.  I wasn't sure if I would still feel hungry, but it really wasn't bad.  I had a small snack afterwards, and I was fine!  I know I haven't mentioned a whole lot about the other products, but I'll be back next week with another update.



Since starting this program/plan I have lost almost 10 lbs., and about 3-4 inches on my waist.  Now, I do a lot of exercise (TKD Classes three times a week, running a couple times a week, racquetball once or twice a week, along with other physical activities), but I know that a lot of it is replacing meals and getting more protein.  I am quite happy with the results (I know that I could have lost more, but I have had a couple "bad" days, and on the trip to Chicago I was off quite a bit), and looking forward to the rest of the program and my journey to find my IdealShape!

Before!
Now!  Sorry about the hair!  :)



I received no monetary compensation for this review post.  I did receive products for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All text in red is taken from the sponsor's website.

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Unknown said…
I've never tried isagenix but it is a pretty good review posted on www.trendingweightloss.com. I always go there first before I try a product.

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