#PSPfit Clean Eating & Fitness Bootcamp: Fall 2013 Registration is OPEN!

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Let’s take the four weeks before Thanksgiving to work with a professional Nutrition Coach on Clean Eating and a Professional Trainer on Fitness. I got all of your emails asking for just a *little* more time to sign up, so we’re extending registration through Friday, October 26th at 1pm eastern.

This boot camp is valued at $1,800, but because of support from Lane Bryant Active, we’re able to make it happen for $99.

Are you in? Sign Up today!

PURCHASE YOUR NON NYC/INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP HERE

PURCHASE YOUR NYC MEMBERSHIP HERE

#PSPfit Boot Camp – New York City (join here)

  • 4 in-person Clean Eating Nutrition Sessions with Abra Pappa
  • “Eating to promote weight loss with PCOS” Guide
  • 4 in-person Fitness Sessions with the Personal P.E.P.P.E.R. training team
  • “What is Clean Eating?” Guidebook
  • Weekly Recipes and Meal Plans
  • Private Facebook Group Access (Daily Inspiration, Support and Accountability)
  • 1 Month of online Yoga sessions with Yoga Works
  • 30% off coupon to Lane Bryant
  • Weekly Giveaways (based on participation, not pounds lost)

#PSPfit Boot Camp – Virtual: US and International (join here)

  • Weekly “Clean Eating” Facebook Chats with CeCe & Abra Pappa
  • “Eating to promote weight loss with PCOS” Guide
  • Virtual Fitness Sessions with Personal P.E.P.P.E.R., via YouTube
  • “What is Clean Eating?” Guidebook
  • Weekly Recipes and Meal Plans
  • Private Facebook Group Access (Daily Inspiration, Support and Accountability)
  • 1 Month of online Yoga Sessions with Yoga Works
  • 30% off coupon to Lane Bryant
  • Weekly Giveaways (based on participation, not pounds lost )

Questions? Email fitness@thebiggirlblog.com

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  • Sandy González Hernández

    You put a price on working out? No wonder you have the comments section empty, it discourages people to invest in their fitness health….especially on a blog that encourages being plus-size. You should be encouraging self esteem through fitness and health rather than beauty in fatness.