Aug 1, 2013

July Shaklee 180™ Sponsored Post





You can read more about my past few months and experiences here:
http://metrodetroitmommy.blogspot.com/p/my-shaklee-journey.html

Are you interested in starting to achieve your own weight loss goals?  You can find out more about the Shaklee™ program on their website or like them on Facebook.  

This is a sponsored post as part of the Shaklee Corporation blogger program. I have received free products, online support and incentives for participating in the Shaklee Corporation blogger program. My opinions are my own. I am also a Shaklee Independent Distributor. People following the weight-loss portion of the Shaklee 180™ Program can expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week.

Also mentioned in this post: 

Baby Boot Camp of Farmington Hills offers stroller-based fitness classes that are designed specifically to help moms get fit. (Which I attended for free in exchange for advertising)
It takes the place of a personal trainer at a time in your life when you need one more than ever.
Classes combine strength-training exercises with cardiovascular drills. Pilates, yoga and abdominal exercises help improve core strength. The stroller, resistance tubes (and even your child!) are used as an integral part of the workout.
Come check out your first class FREE today! 
Like their Facebook page to get up to date info about classes.

Run or Dye, the world's most colorful 5K, is coming to Hazel Park Harness Raceway on September 14! (Which I will attend for free in exchange for advertising) Bring all your friends and run a color-blasted 5K, where you get showered in safe, eco-friendly, plant-based cornstarch dye every kilometer.  Then enjoy our world-famous Dye Festival afterward, where you can Tie-Dye the Sky (not to mention all your friends!) in this ultimate celebration of life, friendship, fitness, and fun.
Create a team and save, then use the code: RACEORDYE to save another $10.

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2 comments :

  1. This is SO amazing, Amber. You are such an inspiration! So glad to be on this journey with you.

    And you are not alone with crying after running. I cried after my first 5K...I honestly didn't think I could do it. Now, I understand -- you can do ANYTHING you set your mind to. Keep up the good work!

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  2. So happy for you, so excited for your 1st 5K! I remember mine, and yes, there have been times when I've ran and after just been so amazed and proud that I've felt like crying or just shouting, HEY I DID IT! LOL You look amazing, and I can tell by your comments on your body needing to run that you must be feeling amazing too!! I agree, super hard to keep up on the healthy eating with so many birthdays and get togethers, summer is always tougher for me than winter. Anyway, just think, this year you're exercising to combat that eating, and that's way better than most who eat but then may not be active at all, so even the weeks you may just maintain are successful! Anyway, keep it up!! I am planning on doing a 5K at Stony Oct 26th, it's a Halloween fun run, if you are interested, I'm doing it with a friend who seems to be right about where you are at with running, she's yet to do a 5k.

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