In This Issue: February

Achieve Your Best Body in 2016

The first issue of the new year is one of our favorites to put together. There is just something so refreshing about January 1— it’s truly a brand new start; a chance to improve and really make a change for the better in the months ahead. Let’s face it— no matter what we accomplished in the prior year, there is always room for improvement. And the truth is, you have it in your power to achieve exactly what you want to accomplish in 2016.

So, how will you make this year different? What do you want to achieve? Can you do more to reach your full potential this year? All it takes is a clear plan and dedication to reach the training and health goals you set out for yourself. So, use the new year as a motivator to reaffirm your fitness and health goals, or make new ones altogether— then get to work to make them a reality without excuses. We’re here to help you along the way!

“Bikini Olympia Champion Workout with Ashley Kaltwasser— Four Week Program: Get in the Best Shape of Your Life!”

We are starting out our first issue of the new year with three-time Bikini champion Ashley Kaltwasser on our cover, because one look at Ashley’s lines, conditioning and athletic curves, and you know she’s put in the sweat to sculpt that award-winning physique. To get in YOUR best shape this year, check out Ashley’s training program in “Bikini Olympia Champion Workout with Ashley Kaltwasser— Four Week Program: Get in the Best Shape of Your Life!” by Jaime Baird. This comprehensive training program, designed by Ashley and inspired by her preparation for the 2015 Bikini Olympia, is a full week of effective workouts that will produce results. Plus, included is an easy-to-follow nutrition program that can be tailored to your needs and likes while also helping you lose fat. There is no better way to start off 2016 right than with this champion workout and diet program— all you need to do is think and train like a champ.

“Tight and Toned Abs and Glutes with IFBB Bikini Pro Anya Ells”

If you really want to improve your physique this year or just need an additional challenge to stay on track, then be sure to check out “Tight and Toned Abs and Glutes with IFBB Bikini Pro Anya Ells” by Lisa Steuer. The workouts in this program will help you start off the new year right because they include compound movements that engage the entire body. There are also supersets to really increase the burn and get your heart rate up— helping you to burn more calories while improving muscular endurance. Plus, this program also includes high-intensity interval training so that you can get lean without sparing muscle, as well as Anya Ells’ top tips for building abs and glutes. Get ready to get tight and toned!

“Shoulder Sculpt for 2016: Quick and Intense Volume Shoulder Workout with IFBB Bikini Pro Tawna Eubanks,”

Building strong, sculpted shoulders is not easy, but it can be done if you’re willing to work. In “Shoulder Sculpt for 2016: Quick and Intense Volume Shoulder Workout with IFBB Bikini Pro Tawna Eubanks,” we’ve got your guide for sculpting sexy shoulders for the new year. The good news is that even though it takes dedication to build a strong upper body, you don’t have to spend hours in the gym. This program includes the most effective exercises for hitting all parts of the shoulder, and it’s fast and intense— meaning if you’re willing to put in the work, you will see results!

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The rest of the issue is packed with the latest scientific, cutting-edge research on fat burning, nutrition, training and even more tips for getting in your best shape in 2016. You’ve got all the tools you need to get that toned, lean body you’ve always wanted, and now it’s just up to you to put in the work!

We wish you all the best this year as you work hard toward your goals. We’re always here to help if you need some motivation or a new workout to change things up. From all of us at FitnessRx, happy new year!

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