“I wasn’t an overnight success.” That’s one thing 100-Pound Club member Dawn Bartolini wants everyone to know. After giving birth to her son, she was focusing on her children and her family restaurant and not prioritizing her health. Weight kept piling on, and Dawn tried to manage it by starting new weight loss programs almost weekly. Nothing ever gave her the results she desired. One day, Dawn’s son took a picture of her sitting in the hallway at his school, where she volunteered. “This picture did not look like a picture of health, at all,” she said. It was seeing that picture that spurred her to change.
Losing half your weight is not an easy task. Just ask Isagenix Customers and 100-Pound Club members Robin Janes and Kenya LaShelle Elliot. Both were recently featured in PEOPLE’s “Half Their Size” issue, and both credit Isagenix with helping them transform their bodies.
Overcoming hardships is something that many IsaBody™ participants work through, but having the IsaBody Challenge® as a tool to fall back on has helped dozens and dozens of participants find their light at the end [...]
With a new year comes new goals, resolutions, and aspirations. For many, this involves making lasting, inspiring changes to their health. This year is no different. At Isagenix, we recognize the desires of those ready to commit to their health and wellness, and we want to help you achieve the best version of you possible.
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A struggle with weight haunted Hans Heymans for most of his life, and working a desk job for years as an adult didn’t help his waistline either. Instead of attempting to make a change, Hans made excuses for years – justifying his weight gain. Then Hans found the IsaBody Challenge®, and he knew it was time for him to transform his body.
Most of her life, Tara McGinty was overweight. She would try to lose weight, have some success, but would eventually gain it all back. After she gave birth to her second son, Tara decided to do some research to learn how she could help herself. She decided she would try to make a lifestyle change.