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Cristy “Code Red” Nickel, author of “The Code Red Revolution,” is a speaker, #2 world-ranked boxer (retired), celebrity nutritionist, award-winning personal trainer, and elite-level athlete. In this podcast, I am going to share everything I've learned over the past 25 years in the health and fitness industry. I'm going to leverage my experiences as a professional boxer, NPC Figure competitor, MTV MADE Coach and celebrity trainer to share only the best and most effective tactics to ensure you achieve all your health and lifestyle goals in record time. Be sure to check the website to learn more about how you can join the Code Red Revolution. www.CodeRedLifestyle.com

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#1

Are You Never Satisfied?

August 19, 2020 • 33m

In this episode, I want to open up the discussion about being content without compromising your goals. Too many times, we are so obsessed with something that we don’t get to enjoy the journey. It may be our weight loss journey, our body goals, our finances, our marriage, or even a business. We have specific numbers in our head which we are always striving to get to. It never seems enough. If you are never content about where you are, and always striving for more, it can be a dangerous line to walk. It’s not wrong to always strive, but it’s not good to never be happy with what you have. It is okay if we have ups and downs, but it is a problem if you are never satisfied. Having a little bit of flex room with our goals and standards is one way we can ensure we don’t remain always dissatisfied. Try to stay balanced with your life and look at the bright side of things.  Let’s try to enjoy what we’ve got and our journey without compromising our goals. What matters is that you are making some progress even if it is little progress.  Key Takeaways Learning to be content with what you have even as you strive for more (11:08) Being happy with yourself and loving your body in your weight loss journey (13:06) At what point does it become a problem if you are never satisfied with your life (14:47) Knowing the point where you maintain good health, good weight and be happy with yourself (18:42) Having a little bit of wiggle room with our standards (21:39) Looking at the bright side of things and staying balanced (25:31) Don’t get so hung up with the one thing you wish you could change (27:09) You can be content with your progress while still mobbing forward with your goals (28:03) Additional Resources: https://www.swanwicksleep.com/  enter the code "rebel" for 15% off -------- https://coderedlifestyle.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. Lies My Doctor Told Me By Ken D. Berry --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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40: Code Red HOUSEKEEPING: 4 Habits To Change In Your First Month

December 26, 2019 • 28m

There are four habits that'll need to change in the first month of Code Red. We call it "Code Red housekeeping" and they might surprise you!   The first thing you're going to want to do when you get on Code Red is to clean out the four main areas. Cupboards, fridge, glove box, and your work desk.   Don't think I don't know what's in that glove box. I do. And I also know about the crap you're hiding in your work desk in the name of food. So that crap has got to get cleaned out. Your cupboards need to be cleaned out of anything that is processed and anything that has any kind of sugar.   If it's close to us, we will eat it.  I've had over 40,000 people go through my challenges. I know this is true. I'm telling you right now, you'll cave if it's in your house. No sugar in your house - that’s a no-compromise rule.    If you have a spouse that does not want to make this change, you have to remember that you are 50-50 owner of this house and your spouse needs to come halfway.   You cannot be expected to say on track, especially in the first month, if you have got junk food surrounding you. This is especially true if you're a proximity eater - which most of us are.   As you go through this process, you lose some people from your life, and that’s ok. It’s not because you are a bad person or because they are a bad person - you are both just on different paths now.    Stay tuned as we talk about cleaning out your cupboards, cleaning out your newsfeed, cleaning out your friends’ list, both in-person and online, and cleaning out your thoughts. Key Takeaways: Clean out your cupboards, fridge, glove box, and work desk (5:21) Anything that is processed and anything that has any kind of sugar is a no-no (6:02) If it's not meat, vegetables, nuts, eggs, seeds, seafood and fat, it needs to go (6:08) If it's close to us, if we have it, we will eat it (7:46) If your spouse does not want to be Code Red and stuff, you can have a talk… (9:01) People usually stumble and fall at their own home day after day… (9:20) I want you to get into that freezer and I want you to dig (10:11) The top three rules of keeping your weight off of the rest of your life (11:21) Clean out the newsfeed (12:02) Get surrounded by firms, ads, and people who line up with your thinking (13:57) Treat yourself like an addict - You’re a recovering sugar addict (15:48) Clean out those friends. Some of them might not love you like you think they do (16:37) Clean out your head: We're talking about repeating mantras to yourself (20:05) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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A Big WIN For The COACH

June 10, 2020 • 21m

This episode is exciting for me because we get to hear from a guy. We don’t do a lot of male interviews and you better tune in to hear coach Ron's story. Being a coach and the athletic director at his school, you’d think that he wouldn’t struggle with weight. However, his weight skyrocketed to the point where he didn’t have any energy and was sleeping all the time. He had to get cortisol injections to his knees to reduce pain. His wife, a nurse practitioner joined Code Red and did amazing on the program. This inspired Coach Rush to get started on the program. He went on to lose 70 pounds in about seven months and has kept this weight off since then. All because of real food, water, and sleep. The weight loss has completely changed his life. He is a better coach since he has lots of energy and has gained self-confidence. He is a better teacher, a better husband, and a better father to his children. Not only this, but he has also competed in several athletic events including 3 triathlons and a half marathon, and plans to compete in an Iron Man event. Tune in to hear his amazing story of how he completely changed his life and how the Code Red Program helped him with his weight loss. Key Takeaways How Coach Rush got to join the Code Red Program (03:13) Losing weight and gaining it all back in different programs before getting to Code Red (05:29) Gaining self-confidence and energy and being more active after the weight loss (07:21) Interacting with his children more by doing different things (10:52) Being a totally different person (12:42) Coach Rush advice to younger men who need to lose weight and make a change in their life (16:35) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: https://coderedlifestyle.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. Lies My Doctor Told Me By Ken D. Berry --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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34: Finding What Works For YOU

November 13, 2019 • 35m

When losing weight, you've got to stick to the rules and follow the program. But once you get to maintenance, it’s all about finding what works for you over the long term.  People often come to think there's only one way to eat for everybody - that is just simply not true. Now, we do believe that there's never really a place for processed Frankenfood crap. Talking of having Slurpees from a 7-Eleven every day, and having Ding Dongs and Ho Hos every day, there's not a place for that, but other than those foods, there really isn't just one way to eat for every single person. There's just not one right way, and that's how Code Red was born. The program was born because I got heavy and fat. I put on quite a bit of weight even though I was exercising three to five hours a day. When I realized that it was all diet-related, and that exercise had nothing to do with losing weight, I created Code Red as a mixture of many different programs. It is a mixture of Atkins, paleo, Mediterranean, keto - lots of different things. I mixed them all and came up with Code Red, so you're going to see things that they allow on keto, that we don't allow on Code Red. Once you lose your weight on Code Red, we transition you to a maintenance group, and we encourage our rebels to find what works for them because they might be a little different. We're really strict during weight loss, but during maintenance, although we still have our core values and rules in place, we do want you to mess with the formula, just in case you think you are missing something or you think you want to try something else out. You need to have the right plan for you to match your goals and to whatever is going on in your life, right then. For instance, if you are training for a marathon, and you are in our maintenance group, we are going to change your diet a bit. We’re going to help you determine what carbs you need to help fuel you for that marathon. If your goal is to get super shredded and super lean, we're going to keep you on Code Red. I might even put you on a carnivorous diet, I don't know. And so we're really going to adjust you down, but you have to find what works for you.  In the short term, we want you to eat according to Code Red. We want you to stay strict. I want you to stick to the food list. Do not deviate from your custom program plan. You do exactly what I say until every last drop is gone, and then, I switch to playing the long game - What can we do for you long term, that is going to keep this weight off for the rest of your life. Weight loss and maintenance modes are not that different, but there are going to be some shifts. To know more, stay tuned as Cari and I explain to you how one size just does not fit everybody. Key Points of Discussion: He's able to build muscle on veganism; not everybody is that way (6:28) Code Red was born as a mixture of many different programs (6:44) We encourage our rebels to find out what works for them in maintenance mode (7:48) Be wary of too much stress on your body in the fat-burning mode (8:09) We change people's food when they’re on maintenance as per their goal (12:05) What works for me, might not work for Cari (12:05) Different case: She's not exercising. She doesn't have a big calorie demand… (13:12) I don't want you coming to Code Red just for short-term ends (15:48) I don't want to see you add certain foods back in, but there are some foods you can, if it works for you (16:32) What are you eating now and how is that working? (17:25) We have a very strategic protocol to transitioning you into maintenance. And it's only adding one thing at a time (18:27) What is working for you right now may not be what works down the road (20:12) Being a “nutrivore”, meaning picking the best quality you can, of your food, and finding the eating style that works for you (26:38) It’s about accountability, and long-term sustainability (28:01) You can’t take Phentermine every day for the rest of your life and expect it not to hurt your body, but you can do Code Red every day for the rest of your life (28:18) If you clean up your diet, you can find out what is going to work for you (30:05) We only want what you can keep up with for the rest of your life - for you to keep your weight down and still feel good (32:25) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here.  --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.   If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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47: It's Not A Weight LOSS Problem; It's A Weight REGAIN Problem

February 12, 2020 • 28m

In this episode, Cari and I discuss the fact that there is n number of ways to lose weight. You can lose weight on the cayenne pepper and lemon diet. You can lose weight on Shakeology or Isogenics.  You’ll lose weight on the phentermine pills. You won't sleep, but you'll lose weight on those. You can exercise yourself to death six days a week doing an hour of CrossFit. But so many people regain their weight. And that's the thing. People gain it back. In fact, every single person, every single leader and coach that's ever left Code Red has regained their weight. Even the best of them fall and if you are not adhering to the rules, you are going to regain your weight. So how do you keep off the weight? It's all about accountability. It's about staying connected. Cari and I are accountable to each other every day. I tell her how I slept, I tell her how much water I'm drinking and what my weight is or if I'm fluctuating or how I'm feeling. Accountability and sustainability indeed are keys. The first rule to keeping your weight off is you've got to stay on that scale every single day. Number two, you always drink your water every day. And the third rule is you don’t allow sugar or junk food to stay in your house. Stay tuned for more. Key Points of Discussion: Keeping the weight off after you lose it is the real challenge (3:23) It's all about accountability (5:59) You will regain your weight if you go back to your old ways (9:27) Everybody's got a set of rules to adhere to (9:36) Besides accountability, sustainability is a key (10:36) Among founding members of Code Red, they’re now regaining their weight... (11:24) If a coach regains their weight, it's going to be harder for you (12:05) If sugar is within your proximity, you'll eat it. And it hijacks your brain (12:54) The three basic rules to keeping your weight off (15:05) If you want to come back to Code Red, just join a challenge (24:14) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Course: What's Eating You Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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She Lost 200 lbs And Saved Her Own Life

May 13, 2020 • 25m

In this episode, I’ll have a conversation with Heather Mackenzie about her amazing weight loss journey. She has lost a whopping 200 pounds ever since she joined Code Red and she expects to lose another 80lbs. Previously, she stood at a shocking 421 pounds, and seeing a picture of her back then is mind-blowing because you wouldn’t even recognize her. She looks like a completely different person. Heather McKenzie has lost 200 lbs so far on the Code Red Lifestyle with 80 lbs left to lose. Hear her story of crisis, pain, suffering, and discrimination before she found code red and what life is like 200 lbs down. Heather’s life was terrible, she has had two knee surgeries before the age of 30, her knees hurt constantly..her back hurts and everything hurt all the time. Before code red, her life was just worthless like there was no quality of life. She gained all this weight from trauma when she was young, she kinda pushed it away and she was so embarrassed so decide to cover it up and food and trying not to appear attractive to others. Her turning point was when she got married about a year and a half ago and her wedding pictures just made her sad because she just looked terrible in them.so a Nick video she watched got her ball rolling.so when they got home a month after her wedding her weight loss journey started. Listen to this amazing story of Heather about her weight loss journey and you will be inspired. Key Points of Discussion: Holding the record for the most weight lost on Code Red for a female (02:39) How being overweight reduces your quality of life (06:18) How it took her wedding to get to a turning point and decide to lose weight (07:10) Choosing a custom weight loss program over weight loss surgery (08:55) How being big and overweight limits your ability to enjoy life (11:51) Getting off multiple medications after weight loss (14:04) Losing weight while eating real food (16:16) Taking the leap of faith and getting into a Code Red custom program(21:53)   ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: https://coderedlifestyle.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. Lies My Doctor Told Me By Ken D. Berry --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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54: You Ain't Getting Away With It!

April 01, 2020 • 35m

In this episode, Carrie and I will have a conversation about a weight loss and overall health issue we recently came across from one of our rebels, and that is the idea that some people can put horrible foods into their bodies and still maintain their weight and health. That is so false and the fact of the matter is, “You think you’re getting away with it. You ain’t” The rebel who brought up this issue has so far lost over 100 pounds and has been in maintenance for a while, but she struggles with anger and resentment issues towards her family members because they still choose to eat junk food. We’ll start off by highlighting that we don’t encourage our rebels to use the words, “I can’t eat…” when they’re refusing to eat something that’s not going to be good for them and to instead use the words, “I choose not to put that into my body” because at the end of the day, not taking bad food is not a prison, but a choice. We’ve all had this experience where someone we know has always been skinny no matter what quantities of junk foods they take, and we envy them because we feel that their bodies are somehow able to keep them from gaining weight or being unhealthy. The truth is no matter how skinny one seems to be on the outside, they could be riddled with health problems on the inside with fat surrounding their organs. That therefore means that being skinny doesn't automatically mean one is healthy, and that they can take all manner of junk foods and get away with it. It’s a proven fact, for example, that sugar feeds into cancer cells, and it’s present in a lot of junk foods like processed beverages. So when a person makes a habit of taking such foods, they’re more and more prone to developing all sorts of cancers. Stay tuned as we share all our insights on the subject matter and make sure you apply all the actionable advice towards a healthier and better you. Key Points of Discussion: Karma is a B; We can’t eat horrible food and expect not to be harmed by it (04:14) Just because you're a size two, doesn't mean you’re healthy (06:20) Ultimately, we’re the ones who choose what goes into our mouths (12:42) How experiencing the negative effects of taking unhealthy foods became a norm (16:22) Everybody pays the price at different times (19:48) It's either an early death or a long healthy life (22:21) The value of understanding the chemical reactions that take place when we eat different foods (24:20) The piper is going to be paid and karma is coming around the corner (29:48) The Taco Tuesdays are going to add up and it’s going to be rough (31:39) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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33: Remember The WHY That Makes You CRY

November 06, 2019 • 31m

You've got to have a solid enough “why” that is going to push you through your weight loss journey. And this is the point where people often get lost.  They lose their compass. Your “why” should always be your compass. Like it should always point you towards true North. Your “why” should always be at the forefront of where you're headed in weight loss. And this could be not just weight loss, but maybe your health journey after you've lost weight, and are starting to exercise, too.  When you’ve got a “why” that makes you cry, it's a different ballgame altogether. Talking of the journey, at first, you are enjoying when you lose a lot of weight at first. It’s just like when you first start your Master's degree, you're enjoying writing papers. You like going to class or whatever it is you're doing. And then, about halfway through, about 50 pounds into 100 pounds, you start getting weary. And that is normal.  It's a grind. Code Red makes weight loss so much easier than it is with the starvation, low-fat baloney that's out there. It's challenging nonetheless. You’ve got 100 pounds to lose. That's no joke. That's a grind. So you get halfway through and you start to forget. You start to forget why you started this journey in the first place. That’s why the “why” is so important!  In fact, in our 10-pound takedown challenge, “Remember your why” is one of the daily videos. Early on, we have our rebels writing down why they're doing this, and it could be a list, could be one, 15, or maybe be 56 things - we don't know what's going on in your life. But we have you stick it at different places, so that you can always be reminded of that. It's not a matter of “if”; it's a matter of “when” you are going to slip or want to give into slipping, be tempted and want to quit. The stronger your “why”, the steelier your resolve to latch on to what you’ve set your eyes on. Let Cari and me walk you through what it takes to have a strong “why” in this episode. Stay tuned. Key Points of Discussion: You guys listening to us make Code Red what it is. We can’t thank you enough! (2:57) Is your “why” strong enough for the long haul? (6:16) Struck by arthritis, she couldn’t hold a hairbrush; that must have been her “why” (10:22) You have to recommit to your health every day (11:16) The more the hurt involved in your “why”, the more it seems to push you through (12:49) As you travel with Code Red through life, you may notice your “why” changing (13:55) “I was sweating, I was humiliated. And that was my “why”. That made me cry.” (20:04) “I was miserable. You’ve got to hang on to that when you feel like giving up.” (21:36) Maybe you need to say, “I'm not going to settle for being mediocre.” (22:59) Make no mistake about it: You're in a battle for your health (24:24) As long as you hold our hand, we will get you through this (26:10) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here.  ---------------------------------------------  Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge!  Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.   If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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Good, Better and BEST

June 24, 2020 • 42m

Healthy choices and decisions should progress in a continuum of good, better, and best. Swinging from one extreme to another is not sustainable at all. You can’t just move from unhealthy drive-through meals to eating organic, Non-GMO foods grown in the Himalayan mountains. You have to progress in the direction of better decisions by making small steps while keeping it really simple. The idea of traveling up the continuum of good, better, and best applies to many aspects of our life. Someone who has been drinking soda all their life will be much better off drinking water even if is from the tap or a plastic bottle. Telling them about reverse osmosis filters and BPA in water bottles will just overcomplicate it for them. They’ll eventually travel up the continuum. A good way of starting in the continuum of good is by looking at your life. What is it that you do every day? What do you consume a lot of? Can you make better choices with it? A great example for Cristy and Cari is makeup. How can we make better choices with it? Maybe fewer chemicals, nontoxic, gluten-free healthy base, etc. These small decisions will help you subtly up your health game and move in the right direction without doing anything crazy. Listen in to this great episode and learn more on some other aspects of your life you can make better decisions with as you travel the continuum of good-better-best Key Takeaways Healthy lifestyle is a continuum of good better and best choices (05:22) Moving in the right direction without overcomplicating it with small details (11:10) A practical example of drinking water as you travel up the continuum of good, better, best (15:46) Making better choices for things you do every day (20:00) How Code Red use this principle to progress from the 10-pound Takedown challenge to the custom program to the maintenance program (28:15) Be better than you were yesterday (31:50) If you can do nothing else, start by drinking water every day (37:49) Additional Resources: https://coderedlifestyle.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. Lies My Doctor Told Me By Ken D. Berry --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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49: How Weight Loss Has Brought A Cascade Of Benefits For Todd And His Family

February 26, 2020 • 27m

Tipping the scales at 315, Todd became painfully aware that his weight was impairing his draft horse's performance. He had no idea that being on the Code Red Lifestyle would not only help him drop 100 lbs but get off medications, give him loads of energy and improve his mood! You won't believe his story. Around 300 pounds, his doctor was telling him: “Hey, you really shouldn't gain any weight.” And indeed, he was having problems. His knees hurt, he went for a hip replacement surgery, and his left foot was majorly injured in the aftermath of two accidents, and more weight was being put on it.  He’s felt crappy for so long. He didn't know what feeling good felt like. So he joined the 10-pound takedown challenge, he switched his diet to meat, vegetables, nuts, eggs, seeds, seafood and fat, and he got off the crap that was causing him to have high blood sugar, high blood pressure or high cholesterol - all of this stuff that we want to avoid and he started feeling better. And as of today, he weighs 226 pounds. He moves faster now. He climbs on to haystacks, in and out of tractors and forklifts, and feels so much younger, nimble, doing all of that. His knees and joints feel better. And so, the healing is taking place, the energy and productivity have increased, and the mood enhanced. Stay tuned to know more. Key Points of Discussion: A couple of accidents were hard on Todd’s left leg (3:38) “You've got to keep the weight off because everything's going to be hard as you put weight on, on joints, on the knees, hips...” (5:45) He thought: here he was putting these horses through this kind of a regimen and all he was eating was cheeseburgers while they were waiting there and getting bigger and bigger (6:44) Todd’s wife took the 10-pound takedown challenge and they saw immediate success as regards dropping some weight fast (9:24) As of now, he weighs 226 pounds, way down from 315 pounds (14:09) The weight is way down on the list compared to all the pain he is free from now… (15:23) Todd and his wife are both on a pretty good schedule where they both eat together and it's just worked out really well, the food and everything… (16:51) His sister-in-law joined the August challenge and she’s done well too. It's just had a little bit of a ripple effect in the family (17:59) Todd was earlier on a sugar candy addict like crazy (19:05) So much of good and success right from day one didn't leave either of them - Todd or his wife - with much of a trust issue (20:11) Once they got rid of that sugar and everything came alive, healthy foods were so much more palatable (22:10) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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38: Your PAIN Is Someone Else's GAIN

December 11, 2019 • 22m

In this episode, we talk about your pain being someone else's gain. The test that you went through has created the testimony and you're able to now share that with other people - Don't forget how powerful that is. Talk about finding the silver lining, right? I mean, talk about taking a bad situation and turning it around for good. I am grateful for all the times I struggled. Be grateful for the times that you might be struggling right now and be grateful for the time you might be struggling in your weight loss because this is going to make such a great testimony. Some day, when you become a leader or you become a Code Red coach or you go to spread the Code Red message, this is going to be your testimony. This is going to be the story that hooks people in and they're going to gain from your pain. They really are.  It's a tremendous gift. I mean, it's kind of sounds sick and sadistic, but enjoy the struggles. You can enjoy your life even in the middle of the struggles. You really can. You can just sit back and say: “All right, what else you got? I'm smiling.” There are other people who are going to benefit from your struggle and maybe it'll help you kind of keep your chin up a little higher and just keep putting one foot in front of the other. That's all you can do right now. Just keep trucking forward. You can totally do this. You're a rebel, you're strong. I just hope what I share with you in this episode helps put things into perspective for you. Stay tuned. Key Takeaways: I hung on to bitterness about what I went through, up until recently (5:19) A few years later, a guy who earned my trust stole money from me (6:33) Someone else is going to hear my story and they're going to be healed (6:56) Embrace the struggle. That is your test that's becoming your testimony (7:53) Staying strong every day through your weight loss journey (8:25) When the Bible says pray for your enemy… (9:28) Your ongoing crisis or weight loss struggle will make for a great story (13:08) I am grateful for those rough times and thankful for those struggles (14:05) I’ve got some good stories now and I’d not trade those times for anything (18:05) Do not forget, your test becomes your testimony, and that there's power in that (19:30) Pray for the people that hurt you, pray that they will come to an understanding of what they did, ask for forgiveness, and start walking the straight and narrow (19:41) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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58: The JOY Of Crossing Things Off Your LIST

April 29, 2020 • 31m

In this episode, Cari and I will discuss the importance of list making, what it's like to live an organized life, and why everyone should consider living an organized life. Making a list helps a person in planning their day or week, and when they get things down on paper, they no longer have to wonder or worry about anything going wrong because even when unexpected things come up they’re better prepared to adjust. When someone has no plan at all they easily go in circles and become scatterbrained which even becomes stressful because nothing gets done.    Organization is important even for kids and it makes a huge difference in their lives growing up when they’re taught how to be organized at a tender age. Making the bed, for example, is a major way one can learn how to be organized all the way into adulthood. Research studies show that when people make their bed, it sets them up for good decisions all day long. Of course, the majority of adults don’t make their bed because they have someone else doing that, but it’s a simple way for one to start their day in an organized manner.   Making the bed is even one of the techniques used in helping people with mental illness, especially depression, because making the bed creates the impression that one cannot get back into bed, and so that helps with their mindset. Cari and I will share some actionable listing making 101 and talk about our experiences with being organized so you can have the tools and resources you need to implement it into your life and start reaping the benefits immediately.    Key Points of Discussion:   The value of living an organized life and how to instil it into kids (02:30) The one good indicator of a person’s level of organization in life (05:12) How putting little things on your list will keep you motivated (11:47) The power of list making in helping someone achieve financial discipline (15:20) The value of being specific about the things you’re writing on your list (20:33) Doing a brain dump to get better sleep (23:47) Feeling that good feeling of crossing things off with a sharpie (29:08) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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09: Take A Long, Hard Look In The Mirror

May 21, 2019 • 20m

In this episode, I will talk about the need for each of us to take a long, hard look in the mirror. Most people who have weight problems do not like looking at themselves in the mirror or they only look at themselves from the neck up just to make sure they look okay.   They always hate what they see and have so much self-loathing, shame and guilt, so they avoid mirrors and even pictures. When you look at yourself in the mirror, do you like what you see? If not, then you need to do something about it and, most importantly, commit to it.   Key Points Discussed:   - Hating what we see in the mirror (02:19) - Are you giving 100% in every area of your life (04:01) - Keeping your mind in the game (07:53) - Maintaining the Code Red integrity (12:05) - What are you doing for you? (14:29) - Knocking out the bullcrap mentality (16:09)   --------------------------------------------- Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide   You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here.   Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.   Click here to take the 10 pound takedown challenge!   Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.   Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube   --   Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.   If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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19: Learning and UN-LEARNING

July 31, 2019 • 32m

Everyone knows that learning is important but unlearning is just as important. Most of us have years and (if not decades) of bad behavior, bad habits, and plain ‘ole bad education. In this episode, I will discuss the importance of learning, unlearning and relearning.   There’s a saying “You need to be a lifelong learner”, which teaches us to keep on learning, keep on acquiring new knowledge or skills. Learn, learn, learn.    But we are never taught to unlearn the things that might have hurt as in the past, words that hindered us from becoming better, those limiting beliefs that we can’t do it, and the negative thoughts that block us from making our lives better.    Key Points Discussed:   - Rebel Weight Loss in the top 30 best podcasts in fitness and nutrition  (00:52) - The hard-hearted Cristy Code Red gets into tears (03:08) - Cristy unlearned from the past (07:42) - Not all people live in an environment of creativity and openness (11:55) - Words of encouragement goes a long way (15:43) - Lack of mentality holds you back (17:56) - Playing to win and instead of playing to not lose (19:57) - Things you might want to know about the food pyramid (21:48) - Eat twice a day for optimal health (24:43) - Things you need to unlearn with your nutrition (25:53) - Unlearning is universal in your life (28:17) - Learn, unlearn and relearn the Code Red style (30:05)   ---------------------------------------------   Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide   You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here.   Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.    Click here to take the 10 pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.    Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube   --   Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.   If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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13: Going Through Stress? Change Your Attitude

June 19, 2019 • 24m

In this episode, I’m going to talk about stress. We all have stress and certain times of our lives will be more stressful than others. Stress will come your way, there is no way around it. Everybody’s got stress, you aren't the only one.   But how will you deal with it? How do you change your mindset during stressful times? How do you handle stress and take control?   These are the important questions that separate the people who are pulling their hair out and the ones that always seem to be composed.   Key Points Discussed:   - Everybody get stressed out (01:24) - How the body reacts to stress? (03:42) - What you can control and what not? (05:02) - Stress, mindset, and attitude (06:02) - Stay positive (10:47) - The correlation between stress and eating (11:17) - Old methods of dealing with stress (12:53) - Change the way you think (16:09) - Plan ahead and don’t fall off the wagon (18:37)   ---------------------------------------------  Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here.   Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.   Click here to take the 10 pound takedown challenge!   Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.   Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube   --   Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.   If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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06: The Second Biggest Factor In Weight Loss & Good Health

April 30, 2019 • 25m

In this episode, Cari joins me once again to talk about water, the simplest and most basic foundation of all life, and the second biggest factor in weight loss and good health. We are chronically dehydrated in our society, and we've gotten used to it to our detriment.   We will talk about why and how you can cut out all other fluids, and only drink water to watch your life totally transform.   Key Points Discussed:   - The number one cause of daytime fatigue (02:58) - A gallon a day is a great thing (04:50) - No water, No sleep (07:20) - A good amount of water will wake you up better than a cup of coffee (10:57) - Getting the right container (14:11) - Just embrace the suck (17:25) - 1% drop in hydration equals 10% drop in performance (19:52) - Challenge: Drink a gallon of water a day for a week (21:17)   --------------------------------------------- Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide    You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here.   Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.   Click here to take the 10 pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.   Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube   --   Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.   If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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Psoriatic Arthritis - A Living HELL - Part 1 W/ Kristin Small

September 02, 2020 • 40m

Long before becoming a Code Red Certified Coach, 40-year-old mother of 4, Kristin Small would crawl on her belly from her bed to the shower each morning. Her crippling psoriatic arthritis caused every joint in her body to seize up. Hear how she went from $26,000/mo in chemotherapy medication to complete healing and restoration from CODE RED. Psoriatic arthritis is an autoimmune inflammatory condition that affects the joints and the skin. It is a serious condition that is treated with chemotherapy. It impairs mobility and may even lead to permanent joint damage. Kristin suffered from crippling pain from Psoriatic arthritis for a long time, to the point of crawling around her home. She couldn’t do the normal day to day tasks. She sought treatment and was prescribed a cocktail of expensive drugs, which led to liver problems. All along her medical journey, no one mentioned having to look at her diet. All this changed when a friend recommended Code Red. She bought the book and joined the challenge, and that’s when her true healing began. In eight and a half months, she had lost 135 pounds. She was completely off her medication, and her blood pressure, cholesterol, and liver enzymes were back to normal. She got her life back, and everything got back to normal. She is now in Code Red’s maintenance program. Tune in to this episode to hear the amazing story of her complete healing and restoration through CODE RED.  Key Takeaways What is Psoriatic Arthritis and some facts about it (00:27) Kristin’s journey and how she was diagnosed with Psoriatic Arthritis (05:34) Being so seized up in the morning to the point of crawling to the bathroom (09:16) How Kristin go to her breaking point and sought treatment (12:01) Living on a cocktail of drugs that cost $26,000 a month (13:47) How all these drugs caused problems with her liver (19:23) Doctors refusing a gastric bypass surgery for her weight loss due to her medical condition (23:36) Finding about Code Red from a friend and finding some hope (24:48) Getting her life back after losing 135 pounds in eight months in Code Red (27:07) Learning about foods that heal and foods that poison and importance of sleep and water in the 30-day challenge (35:02) Additional Resources: https://coderedlifestyle.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. Lies My Doctor Told Me By Ken D. Berry --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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Become COMFORTABLE With Being UNCOMFORTABLE

June 17, 2020 • 35m

Our society has got to the point where everything is just too easy. We get everything we want and hate being uncomfortable. We are raising a generation that is used to everything being easy. We have softened our kids and this has led to a lowering of standards. One of the ways of being uncomfortable is by stepping out of your comfort zones and your routine to do new things. This builds up your mental strength and increases your confidence. You push yourself to grow. You can never grow while in your comfort zone or by avoiding being uncomfortable. You have to be comfortable doing uncomfortable things. Doing hard things is not only good for your mental health but even metabolically. When you challenge yourself and push your limits, the mitochondria, which are the powerhouse of your cells work harder. This leads to the production of new powerful and young mitochondria. The old and non-efficient die off. Your cells now function much better with young and strong mitochondria powering them. Doing things outside of our comfort zone makes us a better person. It pushes our brains to develop and increases our self-confidence. You reflect back on what you did and have the confidence to face anything. Be brave enough to try new things even if they appear hard at first.  Key Takeaways How we are raising a generation of softened up kids and why we should toughen them up (04:25) Finding different ways to be uncomfortable to build your mental toughness (08:27) Changing your mentality to push yourself by doing different new things (21:53) How doing hard things helps us metabolically by generating new strong mitochondria (24:07) Doing things out of your comfort zone makes you a better person (26:45) How rebels who take the 10-pound Takedown Challenge get their confidence back and try out new things (27:43) When you do hard things, you build the confidence to take on anything (30:34) Additional Resources: https://coderedlifestyle.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. Lies My Doctor Told Me By Ken D. Berry --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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53: How To Raise A Healthy Kid When The Deck Is Stacked Against You

March 25, 2020 • 26m

In this episode, I’ll have a conversation with Jennifer Ludington, a big player in the health and fitness industry, about raising kids in a balanced manner, with health and wellness being at the forefront. Jenn has a 13-year-old daughter (Laney) that she raised mostly alone, and she brought her up in her gym, literally, because she used to train her clients while her daughter slept on the floor of the gym (comfortably of course).  Jenn taught her daughter personal responsibility for her own life and health, and it translated not only into the person and leader that she's become, but also into her becoming a highly balanced and healthy individual.  Jenn believes that parents should empower their kids to make their own health and diet decisions by always teaching them the benefits, or lack thereof, of different foods. She applied the same with Laney since she was little. When it came to food, Jenn always gave her two choices, to eat or not to eat. She never forced her to finish her food and would always educate her instead of the pros and cons of what she was about to eat. If they were at a McDonald’s, Jenn would tell her exactly what’s in McDonald’s food products, and Laney would make her own choices. Now that she’s grown up, Laney is accustomed to eating healthy diets and whenever she goes off track and takes something she’s not supposed to, she actually gets herself back on track by detoxing and getting back to her proper diet. Jenn advocates for mothers putting their ego aside and creating the time to take care of themselves and their health, so they can really take care of their kids. Tune in for more on that and how Jenn was able to get past the struggle to raise an independent teenager who not only takes personal responsibility but also balances her own health.  Key Points of Discussion: Passionate about fitness, health, and really pulling people forward (03:46) Teaching our kids personal responsibility for their own life and health (06:43) A 13-year-old who makes her own decisions about food (09:08) Educating our kids about what is in different foods and allowing them the space to make their own choices (10:59) The mom guilt how it makes 90% of women do more for their family than they do for their own basic care and needs (15:26) Prioritize yourself because it doesn't take much for your fitness (20:22) Getting rid of your ego to put an end to your excuses (22:11) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: www.JenniferLudington.com/ The "Code Red Revolution" book on Amazon Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

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41: Be A PRODUCT Of Your PRODUCT

January 01, 2020 • 20m

When it comes to entrepreneurs, people who have started a business, they run their own business, they run their side hustle, they run a company, whatever - You have got to walk the talk. You have got to represent what you are selling. People buy things from people that they know, like, and trust. How in the world is somebody supposed to trust you if you aren't even using your product? People who are selling a product, is it working for you? Do you use it? Are you a product of your product? Why should people buy your product if it doesn't even work for you? If you're running a side hustle, if you're selling Mary Kay and you're not even wearing any make-up, how is somebody supposed to buy make-up from you? Nobody lectures me on weight loss because nine times out of 10, I'm going to look better than them. And if they're lecturing me on weight loss or on body fat, they better be much leaner than me and they better have a lot more clients and a lot bigger company and they better have had tens of thousands of more people come through their program. Whatever your area of expertise is, make sure that you are representing that openly and representing it as an expert. Dominate in that field. As soon as you present what you are an expert in, you are going to get judged in that area of your life and that is just human nature. But especially if you sell that product, you've got to level up in that area. Stay tuned to know more about my thoughts on being a product of your product. Key Takeaways:   “Be a product of your product or I'm not going to buy your product.” (2:22) You have got to walk the talk and represent what you are selling (3:14) One who is 30 pounds overweight pitching me with a weight loss product! (3:49) Don't expect to sell a whole lot if you're not even walking the talk (7:42) They're going to scan you up and down. They’ll find out if it works for you (8:12) Nobody lectures me on weight loss… (8:19) Some fitness instructors and coaches don’t look healthy (8:58) Those who walk the talk because they are a product of their product (11:01) If you don't do what you're telling your kids to do… (12:30) Represent your area of expertise openly as an expert (13:18) Nobody's better at getting weight off people than me and I do walk the talk (14:48) You've just got to make sure that you are dominating in your field (15:14) Be the example. Just set the example (16:03) ---------------------------------------------  Additional Resources: Get your FREE copy of the On-The-Go Guide for Code Red approved food here: http://bit.ly/on-the-go-guide  You can find out more about Cristy and the topic covered in this episode by checking out her website here. --------------------------------------------- Lose your first, next, or last 10 pounds with absolutely NO pills, powders, shakes, or exercise required.  Click here to take the 10-pound takedown challenge! Be sure to grab your copy of my book, The Code Red Revolution here.  Connect with Cristy: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn YouTube --------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify Stitcher, YouTube or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts. If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!  

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