For the second consecutive year, we have hosted RESET Challenge: Destination Transformation.
Last year was an amazing journey, with our contestants who lost over 17,000 pounds collectively. And this year is turning out to be another tremendous success!
We have less than one week until we tally the results and announce the grand-prize winners who will be whisked away to Sanoviv in beautiful Baja, Mexico (read about the experience of last year’s winners).
Over 2,700 members of our USANA family have been competing to change their life and win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fly to Sanoviv where they’ll receive personal consultations and training to ensure their new, healthy lifestyle continues.
In fact, our winners from last year went on to lose even more weight and become incredible examples of living healthy and strong. Paul Reynolds has become a walking billboard for those who think they can’t do it. He put aside fears and doubts and conquered his battle with weight.
I’m personally connecting with many of you as your go through this journey (join our community on Facebook). I love hearing all of your amazing success stories. This challenge is a great way to encourage yourself and others to reach and maintain a healthy weight.
If you haven’t reached your personal goal, keep going! Staying healthy is a lifelong commitment and we are here to support you every step of the way.
Continue to track your weight loss and check resetdestination.com for insider tips from celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler. Also, check out our Facebook Page and YouTube playlist for videos, shareable photos, and other motivational tips.
Remember, the contest ends March 30, so give it your best and finish strong! We want to see you at Sanoviv in May!
*The RESET Challenge: Destination Transformation is open to residents of the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and our European markets.
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