Lori Harder is an accomplished fitness trainer and bikini competitor who couldn’t figure out how to get past 2nd- and 3rd-place finishes. As she struggled to gain control of her cravings, she also fought off the exhausting effects of a nutritional deficit that is often commonplace among serious bikini and figure competitors. Lori had hit a wall.
Then, her client, soon-to-be 2010 IsaBody Challenge® Grand Prize Winner Holly D., introduced her to Isagenix. But it took about six months for reality to sink in that Holly had the answer she was looking for.
“Honestly, I didn’t want to hear it,” admits Lori of Minnesota. “I had been in the industry for a while and did a lot of research on protein and protein powder and preached just eating clean foods to my clients.”
Finally, after several grueling workouts with Holly keeping up with and even besting her at weights while also recovering more quickly, Lori started to come around. She did her research and finally, she tried the products. She knew right away that she’d found the missing link in her fitness routine.
“I had the fantastic coaches, but nutritionally, Isagenix just clicked,” shares Lori. “I went from having my worst show to winning three big shows all in a row.”
Her unprecedented back-to-back wins of the Ms. Bikini Universe 2010, Ms. Bikini America 2010 and Ms. Figure America 2010 titles have broken barriers for her and also opened the eyes of her fitness competition trainers, who have begun implementing Isagenix in the other girls’ training regimens as well.
Now Lori says she’s passionate about training her clients, competing and also sharing Isagenix.
“It’s all about balance,” says Lori. “The results and nutrition of Isagenix are undeniable. I feel so good I want to share it with everyone. Isagenix is a god send.”
Want to hear more from Lori and how she utilizes Isagenix to train and create her lean physique? Save the date on your calendar and tune in to the Fitness Professionals & Athletes conference call by dialing 1-641-715-3842, Code 4000# on Monday, July 18 at 7 p.m. Pacific Time.