By the time he reached 63 years old, Rick Maxwell knew he wasn’t in the best health. His daughter noticed he was suffering and suggested he try Isagenix. Rick eventually decided to give the products a try, starting with a 30-Day System. He started the IsaBody Challenge and never stopped, focusing on transforming his body, one Challenge at a time.
How many times have you set a goal with the sincere intention to follow through, only to have it fall by the wayside within a couple weeks, days, or even hours? We’ve all been there and we’ve all done it. We all start off pumped, but sometimes, motivation slips, we make excuses, and we lose focus.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Time for peppermint hot chocolate and an endless lineup of holiday cookies. But if you’re not careful, you might experience some drastic holiday weight gain, too. Want some helpful tips? Satisfy your holiday cravings by substituting these delicious Isagenix alternatives for traditional seasonal sweets!
The IsaBody Challenge® brings hope and purpose to all who participate, helping create transformations of all shapes and sizes. While everyone’s transformation might look different, one thing remains the same: IsaBody™ can inspire participants and help them remain accountable, Challenge after Challenge.
When it comes to promoting, marketing, and growing your Isagenix business, taking advantage of social media such as Facebook is a must, and it’s not something just for the millennial generation. Although nothing can truly replace face-to-face conversation that baby boomers value, there are very effective social media methods that can complement the in-person contact.
Helen’s journey to becoming the 2017 IsaBody Challenge® Grand Prize Winner took years of discipline and dedication. Through multiple IsaBody Challenges, she lost weight and transformed her life and plans to use her new title as a platform to share her message and motivate others to develop a healthy lifestyle.
Whether you’re tailgating, watching from home, or going to the best wing place in town, the last thing you want to worry about on game day is eating healthy. It’s important to have fun, so if you want to have a good time without sabotaging your weight loss goals, check out our top tips for staying healthy on game day.
By the time Jim King reached 50 years old, he already felt “old, overweight, and less than.” A former powerlifting champion, Jim stopped lifting around 40 years old but continued to eat as if he was training. Jim found the IsaBody Challenge®, began a fitness transformation, started practicing meditation, and began his path toward healthy aging.