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Happy New Year

From all of your coaches here at Team Thunder, we wish you the very best this holiday season and the coming new year!!!⚡️⚡️⚡️


"What I do this year is important because I am exchanging a year of my life for it."


When you think how quickly a year goes by it emphasizes the importance of how quickly life goes by. And if we are not focused on this the years fly by and we look back and wonder where did the time go.


What have we accomplished with our life? Are we fulfilling the purpose we were put here for?


Not just on New Years day, but, every day it is important to remember, what we do each day does matter!


In the coming year may you find, happiness, use your abilities to solve problems and challenges; hope, may you always have it, never lose this; goals, to keep you focus on your dreams; and, success, by solving your problems, focusing on your goals, and always having hope, success will find you ❤️⚡️🎉🎄🙏🏻💎


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Success Story: Debra T. from California


Success Story: Debra T. from California


"My journey with Roxy officially started in 2012 with me doing T-25 and Chalene Extreme. I followed the workout plan but loosely followed the meal plan. I was seeing some results but not what I really wanted. Then I ended up getting pregnant in 2014 with my fourth child.

When my son was 10 months old and after feeling depressed and unhappy for months I decided I needed to do something. So I was scrolling Facebook in December 2015 and came across a post from Roxy and it was about The Masters Hammer & Chisel challenge she was hosting. So I reached out to her and she invited me to join her challenge.

I decide that day I was to commit fully to the workouts and the meal plan. I rejoined Team Thunder and with the help of Roxy and Team Thunder, I completed the Masters Hammer and Chisel in two months and lost 20 lbs and 12 inches all over.

First picture is the start in January and middle picture is March. I was so thrilled and amazed by my results only because I didn't think I could do it but when you have amazing people behind you and supporting you it makes all the difference.

So I went on to do another round of H&C but I was intrigued by Body Beast and the weights only program so I decided to give it a try and let me tell you I was hooked.

So I have been doing Body Beast since September and the last picture was taken in November. I can't say enough good things about Roxy and Team Thunder because they changed my life."

 - Debra T., California






30 days of CORE DE FORCE x Shakeology

We will start January 9 - along with the Health Bet!

Sign up below for those participating in this official challenge!!!

We will be having exclusive calls, challenges, and prizes for those participating!

Before photo and measurements are REQUIRED!

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Tips for Making New Year’s Resolutions That Last

Tips for Making New Year’s Resolutions That Last

Raise your hand if you’ve ever stuck to your New Year’s Resolutions. If your hand is up, then kudos to you! According to a study done by the University of Scranton, you are part of the 8% of people who actually achieve their New Year’s goals.

For the rest of us, don’t worry. Making resolutions — and sticking to them — is tough. That’s why we’ve rounded up a few strategies to help you start the year strong and continue the trend through all of 2017. Whether your goal is to get in shape or get your finances in order, take note of these helpful tips.

Set S.M.A.R.T goals.

Before January 1st rolls around, take stock of what you’d like to do in the next year. For example, do you want to save up for a big trip? That’s awesome, but as a goal, it’s pretty vague. Instead, try to make your resolutions specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-sensitive (SMART). So what would that look like? If you’ve got a tropical vacation on your mind, maybe one of your goals would be to save a certain amount each week. Need help writing your own S.M.A.R.T. goals? This site has a helpful downloadable template.

Partner up.

You’ve heard the saying, “Teamwork makes the dream work,” right? Well, it’s true. If you’ve got a family member, coworker, or friend whose goals line up with yours, you’re more likely to cheer each other on to the finish line. And even if no one shares your goals, simply asking someone to help hold you accountable is helpful. For example, if you’re looking to work out daily, ask a coworker to join you for a lunch-hour sweat session.

 Make your goals visible.

Having a constant visual reminder of your goals is helpful when it comes to sticking to your resolutions — especially as you move later into the year. Some recommend re-writing your goals down every day to keep them fresh in your mind. If that’s too much work, consider writing your goals on a piece of paper and posting it in places you know you’ll see it every day like your bathroom mirror, fridge, your computer at work, or on your nightstand. You can even make a phone alarm reminder that goes off at a specific time during the day. These daily reminders should help you stay focused and consistent.

 Treat yourself.

This is a fun one. After all, who doesn’t love being rewarded for their hard work? If you build rewards into your plan, you might find some extra motivation. Just make sure it’s a treat that doesn’t derail your progress. For example, if part of your goal includes daily meal prep, rewarding yourself with a cheat day might knock you off your game. Instead, indulge in massage or maybe a new pair of workout shoes using the money you’ve saved cooking at home!

Plan ahead.

Obstacles will inevitably come up. That’s where being prepared can help you stay on track. Maybe you’ve got a lot of birthdays and social outings in April and you think it will be hard to save a certain amount of money that month. Saving a little extra in January, February, and March can help you reach your goal — and put less strain on your wallet come April. Start strategizing ways to overcome potential obstacles now.

But, cut yourself some slack if things don’t go as planned.

Keep this in mind: sometimes, near enough IS good enough. Don’t expect perfection

24/7, 365 days a year when it comes to achieving your resolutions. Things happen and slip-ups are part of the process. What’s important is that you don’t let those slip-ups

prevent you from making progress.

… and remember there’s an app (or several) for this sort of thing.

Technololgy is a beautiful thing. Whether you want to work out more, declutter your life, or sock away more money, there's a  ton of free-to-cheap apps that’ll help you finally crush that resolution!