"I started the Body Jakeover initially to lose a few pounds before my birthday. I could see results within just two weeks! My clothes fit better and I was able to fit clothes I hadn't worn since college. People were noticing my new figure and that was exciting. It gave me a new confidence."
~ Tuera C.
"After a month of the Body Jakeover workouts on my butt and thighs, I have to say I am impressed with my results. My butt is TIGHT and my thighs are RIGHT! Thanks Jake!"
~ Janice M.
"In the course of a month and a half, I lost a whole pant size by following Jake's nutritional guidelines. Usually, I would go on crash diets and then just gain the weight back, but this is definitely a lifestyle change and not a crash diet. Thanks for all your help Jake!"
So you just had a loooong stressful day at work and all you can think about is getting home to do what you love most....nothing. But yet, those love handles aren't getting any smaller and you still want to keep a healthy lifestyle. Now I know that the sweat pants and glass of wine on your comfy couch seem enticing after a long day of work, followed by the bad reality show and ultimately the power nap....but here's a trick. When you get home from work, don't immediately change into your home clothes (ie: sweat pants, college tee and bunny slippers). Instead, stay in your work clothes while you take a load off and transition into the later half of your day. Staying in your work clothes will make you less likely to pass out on the couch and wake up wishing you would've just sucked it up and went to the gym. Then, right when you're ready to get that workout in, change into your gym clothes and head out the door. You'll be glad you did. Trust me, even I have the urge to sometimes sprawl out on my couch and just call it a night, but I'm sure as hell not doing it in a pressed shirt and pair of dress slacks.