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Extreme Weight Loss – “Sara” (Season 4 / Episode 10)

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Though she often jokes about being “vertically challenged” (at 4’5”), Sara has faced a lifelong struggle with her height…and her weight. At 39 years old, Sara is nearly 150 pounds overweight. Believing her weight is holding her back from her true potential, Sara wrote a letter asking for help. Well, help is on the way!

Growing up, Sara was constantly made fun of for being short. When her weight started increasing, the bullying worsened. Though she belongs to a large and supportive family, fitting in with her siblings and friends was always difficult. At 26, in a fit of frustration, Sara decided to join a convent, hopeful that answering to a higher calling would help her find her place in the world. Unfortunately, she felt she wasn’t accepted as a nun, either, and decided to leave after six years.

Sara currently works for the Green River District Health Department in a program called HANDS (Health Access Nurturing Developmental Services), where she is a family support worker and certified state trainer.

Chris Powell leads Sara on a journey that will transform her life forever. Neither Chris nor Sara will allow her physical limitations to stop her from achieving her goals. In fact, Chris challenges Sara to complete a half marathon (which is the equivalent of a full marathon for someone of regular height). Celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito also stops by to teach Sara how to make healthier versions of her favorite Tex-Mex dishes.

February 13, 2015 |

Extreme Weight Loss – “Chantell” ( Season 3 / Episode 8)

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Four out of five African American women are overweight or obese, but Chantell is determined to defy those odds. With her trademark flower in her hair, the 25-year-old, personable Chantell from Chicago, IL has always stood out as a stylish young lady. Now she no longer wants to use clothes to hide her 327 pounds. Her mother and other family members – with a history of obesity, diabetes and heart disease – don't believe Chantell has a real weight problem… until she gets on the scale.

Chantell is committed to change and inspires her mother to start her own fitness regimen. She is ecstatic when trainer Chris Powell chooses her to go on a weight loss journey. If she makes her 90-day weight loss goal, Chris is prepared to reward her with a shopping spree in Paris, France, where she can fulfill another dream of running a marathon. As a thank you to Chris for all he's done, Chantell catches him off guard and gives him a surprise of her own.

There are struggles along the way, including facing her apartment building's eviction notice right before her 90-day weigh-in and difficulty in balancing weight loss with her senior year in college. Chantell knows she must lose the weight or she could lose her life, and hopes her passion and commitment will lead her to success, on "Extreme Weight Loss".

February 12, 2015 |

5 WORST diet mistakes (for building muscle)

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1 crazy trick to build muscle:
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Hey y'all! Coming back at you today with another episode of the MONSTER New Year's Giveaway…and I've got some killer stuff for you today. I'm going to show you the five most common mistakes guys make with their diet when trying to build muscle that prevent them from EVER gaining size. I also show you how to avoid each mistake, and what to do instead so that you get the strong, muscular body you want.

Here's the breakdown of mistakes for muscle gain.

**1. Not eating enough calories: If you're not gaining weight, it's probably because you're not eating enough. Remember weight training only promotes muscle growth and its the calories that actual puts muscles on the body.

**2. Not eating enough Carbs: Most of people afraid of carbs because of all the fitness fad diets out there claiming that carbs are the #1 cause of fat gain. Not only is this not true, but carbs is actually one of the most important part of muscle growth.

**3 Not pre-cooking your meals in advance. Pre-cooking meals is the key to eating healthy and for muscle growth. For building muscle, we need to eat every two hours or so and without prepared meals… you'll never have time and the patience to set up the meal at those specific time.

**4 Eating crazy amounts of protein: Your body could only absorb a certain amount of protein, about 1 gram per pound a day. So over eating protein will do you no good, in fact you'll be so focused on eating protein you'll end up forgetting to eat carbs.

**5 Permanent bulking: What happens to many guys is that they forget to diet back down after bulking up. With permanent bulking, you'll end up putting on a lot of size but at the cost of some fat gain and the more fat you gain the harder it takes to burn off. And remember you actually look bigger with a ripped body.

And if you're serious about building muscle in 2013, I've got some GREAT NEWS for you…

On January 7th I'm going to releasing Monster Mass, my new home based workout course to the public. To say "thank you" to my YouTube subscribers, I'm offering a massive discount and some killer free bonuses for the first 1000 guys to sign up for Monster Mass.

The first 1000 guys to sign up will get these bonuses FREE with their order:

– A 14 day supply of Afterburn Fuel, the pre-workout supplement I personally use to build muscle.

– The Monster Mass Diet, a simple yet powerful eating system for gaining muscle

– And the 15 Universal Laws Of Muscle Building, the high-level strategies for getting jacked used by pro bodybuilders and fitness models.

– AND, I'll be giving the first 1000 guys to sign up a BIG discount on the course (haven't decided exactly what it is yet, but I'll announce it soon.)

I'm glad to be able to give back to our YouTube community by giving away all this free stuff to the first 1000 guys to sign up. But unfortunately…there's a catch!

There are over one MILLION people subscribed to my sixpackshortcuts and insanehomefatloss YouTube channels…so I anticipate that we will sell our of our first 1000 copies fast. And once they're gone, they're gone…there's no way that I can get any more.

So to maximize your chance of getting a discount and the free bonuses, here's what you need to do:

1. Bookmark this page now:

http://sixpackshortcuts.com/rd7w

That's the page for Monster Mass. It's not live right now, but it'll go live at 6 PM US Central time on Monday, January 7th.

2. Be at http://sixpackshortcuts.com/monster FIFTEEN MINUTES EARLY (5:45 PM US Central time) to ensure you're ready to sign up as soon as we open. Since there are so many people competing for these discount copies we may sell out VERY fast, so be ready to sign up as soon as the page opens to make sure you aren't locked out.

Of course this does not guarantee completely that you'll be one of the lucky guys that gets a discount copy of Monster Mass…but it does maximize your chances.

Remember, Monster Mass is my extreme home muscle building course that I personally use to pack on size. You'll be getting some of my best muscle building products for FREE just for signing up for Monster Mass, including my new pre-workout supplement which isn't for sale anywhere. And if you miss out on the first 1000 copies, you will lose your discount and you'll be forced to pay full price when we eventually re-open.

I know that Monster Mass is what you need to finally get the muscular body you want in 2013, and I wish you the best of luck in snagging one of those discount copies. Remember, you need to be at this URL at 6 PM US Central time on Monday, January 7th to claim your discount and free stuff:

http://sixpackshortcuts.com/rd7w

Train Hard,

Mike

February 10, 2015 |

Extreme Weight Loss – “David and Rebecca” ( Season 3 / Episode 1)

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Twins David and Rebecca didn't think that much about their weight as they were growing up in North Prairie, WI. Dave, who weighs in at 470 pounds, and Becca, who weighs 398 pounds, spent their childhood making people laugh. Behind the smiles there were tears of pain from a difficult upbringing that led them to use food as an outlet. This brother and sister duo need help getting control of their weight. Well, help is on the way!

Chris Powell surprises the twins on their 23rd birthday. He realizes they're extremely co-dependent and enable each other's poor decisions, especially when it comes to their weight. After a rough first workout and a tearful goodbye, the twins are split up for a 90-day challenge, with Becca going to Arizona to work alongside Chris's wife, Heidi. At the beginning of his weight loss journey, Dave says he'd always wanted to go through Navy SEAL training to show his dad that "he was a man." The twins have Phase 1 goal to lose 200 pounds between them.

Dave comes home to a completely redone workout room. It’s a much more inspiring place. Chris surprises him with a visit at the 45-day mark. He’s happy to hear that he’s getting support from his dad. However, he still can’t talk to him about his past issues with drugs and suicide. In Arizona, Becca is introduced to Chris’ wife, Heidi and her exercise therapist, Richard. She also meets former weight loss participant Jacqui. Becca hits the track for a rough workout. Her knees take a major beating, but Becca presses on. She takes on bleacher steps, track runs and MMA training.

At the 90-day weigh-in, Dave and Becca are reunited. Both are amazed how much weight each of them has lost. David takes to the scale first. He’s lost 112 pounds and is down to 358. Becca started at 398. She needs to lose 88 pounds to meet the combined weight loss goal of 200 pounds. Becca lost 92 total pounds which means they lost 204 combined. For the next phase, Becca must lose 57 pounds while David is tasked with dropping 75.

Dave and Becca are together again. The struggle is working with someone who doesn’t follow the same routine as the other. This concerns Chris, who doesn’t see Dave pushing himself like he was before. At the six-month weigh-in, Becca comes in at 248 pounds. She beat her goal by one pound. As for Dave, he came up 13 pounds short of his goal, but he’s now under 300. Chris lets them know that their milestone is taking place right away. They are embarking on some legitimate Navy SEAL training.

Dave and Becca must lose a combined 76 pounds for Phase 3. Trouble arises. Dave doesn’t want to always exercise and Becca takes cues from him to possibly binge. The two of them argue about this issue. Becca feels like she’s being sabotaged by her brother. At the 9-month weigh-in, Chris notices the confidence in his clients. He also learns that they are struggling with their relationship with each other.

At the weigh-in, Dave is shown to have lost only 28 pounds. As for Becca, she’s dropped 20 pounds. They didn’t meet the goal, but they have chopped a significant chunk of their body fat. Dave is a good candidate for the skin removal surgery, but his sister is not. This has him feeling guilty about how he treated Becca over the past three months. For the final phase, the twins are separated once more. Dave begins his journey by telling his dad about his suicide attempt by drugs. He says that a phone call from his father where he said that he loved him was all he needed to turn things around. His dad saved his life.

The time comes for the final weigh-in. Dave steps out to the cheers of an amazed crowd. He gives his dad a hug before taking the stage. Dave hasn’t seen his sister in three months. He’s blown away by how great she looks when she joins him on the stage. Tears flow. Dave steps onto the scale to see his new weight of 258 pounds! He lost a total of 212 pounds over the course of a year. Becca is up next. She weighs in at 192 pounds. She lost 206 pounds! She’s now a candidate for the skin removal surgery. Combined, Dave and Becca lost a total of 418 pounds! They are a new generation wonder twins!

February 9, 2015 |
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