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The Doctor Stopper: (Very) Basic Training & Diet Program

After Fit To Fat To Fit aired, we’ve had a lot of people reach out to us for help. That’s why we created the Pfat to Pfit program, which was similar to the same transformation program Tasha and Steve followed. However, we still have a lot of people reaching out to us who we believe need …

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Monday Motivation: Seek and You Will Find

One of the biggest obstacles I come across most is people not being honest with themselves. Cients often try to convince me of how healthy they eat and how they are doing everything right but they just can’t lose weight. They think they are just an exception to the rule. In all my years in the fitness …

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Fit To Fat To Fit: Tasha Talks Diet

So many of you have wanted to learn more about Tasha, from Fit To Fat To Fit on A&E, and have really related to her struggle and journey. I interviewed her and asked her to share what she’s learned, including how she changed her eating to get her success. I hope you are encouraged and …

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JAN 28: Run And Not Be Weary

As you set out to tackle weight loss, one thing I can guarantee is you will run and be weary. Running and weary go hand in hand. It’s like mud and dirty. You can’t play in the mud without getting dirty and you can run without getting weary – BUT. There’s a big BUT here. You …

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Fit To Fat To Fit: Interview with JJ From Episode 1

Fit To Fat To Fit – Episode 1 There’s no doubt about it. Fit To Fat To Fit has impacted SO many lives already – just after 1 episode. Tissue were flying and tears were flowing not just from JJ and Ray, the stars from episode 1, but from nearly everyone who watched it – and …

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Fit To Fat To Fit: Steve’s Surprising Struggle

During Steve’s interview with US Weekly (page 54), he explained how he became more judgmental at first, but after he hit 231 pounds “it clicked”. In today’s blog I get to share Steve’s emotional roller coaster with you, address his struggles with both his body and his mind, and tell you why it was all …

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JAN 21: 4 Smart Tips for Smart Eating

We shouldn’t diet, we should eat with purpose. Dieting shouldn’t be about starving yourself, it should be about eating smarter, which requires a certain level of thinking and planning. Sadly, most people don’t eat with purpose. They decide what to eat based on what they want to taste or what’s convenient, without thinking if that choice …

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JAN 2: Encouragement for Long Road Ahead

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I don’t know about you, but when I have a really big task ahead of me, I procrastinate to tackle it. Some tasks can be overwhelming. And, if I feel like there is no way I can accomplish it, I might not even attempt it. How stupid is that? Isn’t it better to do something …

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Twas the Day After Christmas, and Not a Creature Was Thin

‘Twas the day after Christmas and all through the house, Every creature was stirring, yes, even the mouse. The stockings, once hung by the chimney with care, Were being packed up and are no longer there. If only the children were nestled all snug in their beds, All the adults in the house wouldn’t be …

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Fat To Fit on TV – #DiscoverYourFirsts with Polar

It’s easy to think the older we get, seemingly the less “firsts” we experience. However, I say, “contraire mon Frère”! Experiencing or conquering something new is only limited by our finances, fears and imaginations. I don’t want to live on that Island called “Someday Isle”. I want to push the limits, live on the edge …

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