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Quick Veggie and Chicken dish!

February 14, 2014 by

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This is so quick, easy and delicious! Last night we had a group call for our 4 month lifestyle makeover, it was 40 minutes long.   Just prior to getting on the call – I put 4 chicken breast and 3 baked potatoes in the oven.  By the time our Q&A group call was over […]

Spicy Turkey or Chicken Sausage

February 12, 2014 by

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One of my favorite snacks on the run is Spicy Turkey Sausage!  This is great hot, cold, plain or with spicy brown mustard.  Eating protein every 2.5 – 3 hours might feel like a big production when you’re first establishing habits of building muscle and stripping fat.  This recipe is easy, fast, healthy and delicious. […]

The Top 20 Things I learned through GT!

February 3, 2014 by

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Our health is always changing, we’re either improving it or harming it.  Each Choice we make will result in one or the other.

Newbie’s Issue & One more myth, BUSTED!

February 25, 2013 by

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The month is dedicated to GT Newbies and keeping it real with our mythbusters… Myth:  Daily High Intensity workouts will result in a fit and defined body FAST.  Rest days only hold me back. Busted:  Many people will overtrain their bodies for quick and short-lived WEIGHT loss, not fat loss. These people are burning ALL […]

How We Roll: Kelly Mortensen

February 3, 2013 by

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In preparation of writing this article for the “Newbie” edition, I started thinking about where I am at, and realize I’m a little jealous. After years of being a part of Genesis Transformation, lately I have felt myself getting a little complacent. Just rolling along…doing what I do… day in, day out, feeling pretty OK. […]

Newbie Shoes

February 3, 2013 by

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Embarking on this program can be exciting, overwhelming, and scary all at the same time.  Can I do this?  What if I fail?  Does this really work?  Where do I start? These are normal concerns, after all probably every diet out there has previously failed you! Genesis provides a doorway of opportunity for successful transformation.  […]