Do the 28 day challenge @lifehubau you will not regret it 😅💪🏼
Awww shucks... we couldn’t be more proud of this GOAL DIGGER!! #successstory - In just 28 days Kahlia lost 3.7kgs and a total of 1.4% body fat! 💪🏼
Kahlia utilised 2200 calories on training days and 2000 on non-training days, teamed with 5 sweat sessions a week to achieve these amazing results! 👊🏽 #ballin
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Only you can decide....That YOU'RE WORTH IT!!! I don't do shakes 🤦♀️ she said...
I eat clean already clean 🍅 she said...
I like real food 🍔 she said...
I can't afford this 💰 she said...
I don't want to be on this forever 🤷♀️ she said..
This is so true of so many people that we have helped with their nutrition goals. Like this woman they've all said those exact things. Now they all say...
I love my shakes and have at least one a day!
I eat real food and lots of it 🥗🍓🍳
I cleanse, when I feel I need to. I feel great after one!
If I could afford high priced coffee ☕️ everyday I could afford this because I am worth it!
Have you had the chance to look at our Sage Running BQ Marathon Plan? If this is a goal of yours, we think that it could definitely get you on the right track! A big congrats to Klaas on a sub 3-hour marathon.. as his FIRST EVER marathon!!
"Hello Sandi and Sage,
Thank you for sending the BQ Marathon training plan.
My goal was to run my first marathon under 3 hours. Many people advise against this and that it is difficult to run a first marathon under 3 hours. We had perfect weather to run a marathon – little wind and 10 C degrees!
I started on a flat schedule for a 3-hour marathon. During the first 1/2 marathon I really had to tell myself that I had to keep running calmly and relaxed.
On the advice of your training plan I started eating and drinking early during my Marathon. Fortunately I could find my bottles with @spring_energy gel! In the second half of the Marathon I was just waiting for the man with the hammer, many people around me met the man but I did not meet him.
I finished the Enschede Marathon in a time of 2:57:04." #successstory#story#success#sagesuccessstory#marathon#personalbest#run#runner#roadrunning#motivation#sagerunning#athleteempowerment#anysurfaceanydistance
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