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· April 29, 2018
· April 11, 2018
· March 26, 2018
What You'll Get
$29 for a 30-day meal and training plan with an e-book ($112.98 value)
- Meal-plan overview
- Weekly grocery list
- Food list
- Recommended macronutrient breakdown
- Supplementation guide
- Custom workout plan
- Custom weight-training guide
- E-book featuring diet and weight-loss recipes
In order for their meal and training plan to be personalized, customers fill out a questionnaire about their diet, lifestyle, and goals.
To learn more, view the meal prep video.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid for men and women. Includes meal and training plan with e-book. Food not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gauge Girl Training
You wouldn't necessarily think that someone's passion for nutrition and fitness would begin in a lab, but that's the story behind Gauge Girl Training's founder, Christine Hronec. She transitioned from a position as a chemical engineer at DuPont to working on health-based sciences. Eventually, though, the food scientist founded her own dietary supplement company, cementing her interest in using scientific principles to help women reach their fitness goals. Christine uses this experience, along with her status as a marathon runner and bikini fitness competitor, to spearhead the online meal-planning and fitness-coaching programs of Gauge Girl Training.
Many people put off their health and fitness goals, but Gauge Girl Training helps combat that by making it extremely easy to start this program right away. Right after signing up, clients receive the program via email, so that they can download it, print it out, and have clear and immediate guidance on how to eat in a way that can lead them to their goals. The meal plans are paired with fitness e-books to ensure participants get their fill of food and activity and achieve measurable results.