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  Day 1 - New Mind, New You


Day 1 Homework

1. Complete Day 1 Workout

2. Take some time to fill out the five sheets below. These will be the foundation of your long term success


Life Changing Exercises

1. Life Vision
2. Goal Game Plan
3. What's working vs. What's not
4. Beliefs
5. Mission Statement

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Getting crystal clear about what you want is the first step towards success! So many people float along, allowing life to take them wherever the wind blows, having no map for day to day actions. Without a concrete blue print, the seemingly insignificant actions you take on a day to day basis start to pile up. You say yes to the large side of fries, you eat the cake, you choose TV over a bike ride, you consume junk media instead of uplifting literature, you Drive-Thru instead of cook, and so on.

After months or years without a solid blueprint, and making the not-so-great choices on a whim, you end up in a place that’s less than ideal. You don’t feel the way you want to feel. Feeling out of control is one of the most unpleasant emotions any human being can ever experience.

The good news is you are the one calling the shots on your life. You are the artist and your life is the canvas, and a simple decision is all it takes to start painting a new picture. Decide today that you are the one in charge of your life, and that you are going to fight against the inertia of life, rise above it, and do the things you want to do. We all have an inner under-achiever. Every last one of us. The trick is to understand that you don’t have to listen to that inner bum.

You’re on a hero’s journey, and a big part of that journey is strengthening your higher self, and starving the inner bum. The inner bum that wants you to coast along and do the bare minimum.

Know that each of us has an inner five year old that wants to take the easiest way, the path of least resistance. She’s a permanent part of you, and she’s very clever. She’ll throw fits, use logic, and every trick in the book to get you to go against your higher self. As Elizabeth Gilbert says, “there is nothing wrong with having the inner five year old, under achiever around, as long as you don’t give her the steering wheel.”

So today, let’s create some meaningful, life changing goals, and show yourself who's boss!


Get Some Goals


Goals are decisions. They are a promise you make to your higher self. What decision are you ready to make today?

I know that question immediately got your brain firing, but before we jot down your goals, let’s cover how to write goals that will keep you motivated, and change your life.

Effective goals are:

*Intrinsic, self driven goals. In other words, goals that you really-really-really care about, not goals you think other people will care about. For example, running a marathon is a popular goal, but if you don’t really care about running a marathon, that goal isn’t going to do you much good. On the other hand, if you’ve always wanted beautiful, professional pictures, but keep putting it off until you loose weight, then an exciting goal might be “I will have a professional photo shoot in December to capture my fifty pound weight loss.”

*Measurable. Make sure the goals you choose for yourself can be measured in some way. "I want to get down to a size 10!" Is measurable. "I want to lose weight" is not.

*Exciting, stretch you and challenge you. Don’t just pick easy goals, as the easiest goals are the least motivating, and tend to be neglected. Think big, and then think bigger.

Right now, fill out the Life Vision Sheet, describing what you really, really want in each category. Get specific, and don't worry about the how. Ask yourself, "if I could do anything in this area of my life, what would I want to do?" Chisel down your general wants into concrete goal statements.

Once you've got your goals down, it's time to get a game plan. That's where the Goal Game Plan sheet comes in. Fill out a Goal Game Plan for each goal, and especially the goals that will make the biggest impact in your life.

Over the next month, we will hopefully get you closer to achieving those goals!


Taking Stock of What's Working, and What's Not.

Conducting inventory of your life is best done with the good old What's Working, What's Not exercise. If you're struggling with ideas for setting goals, take a step back from your life and take inventory. Getting clear about what you aren’t happy with, what you’d like to prune away can help direct where you might want to focus your energy. Here are just a few questions to get the ball rolling for you, and to give some thought to whenever things aren't going exactly as planned.

  • What type of person do I present to the world?
  • What type of person do I present to myself?
  • What are beliefs that are holding me back?
  • What part of my personality would I like to improve?
  • What are my self defeating habits?
  • What are some mistakes I keep making, that I no longer want to make?
  • Is there an emotion I struggle with that I’d like to change?

Use these questions to help you fill out the What's Working, What's Not Sheet.


Discover Your Ideal Image Exercise

NOTE:There is not a sheet for this exercise, because a good ol' pen and blank sheet of paper is best for this exercise.

Self image is the way you perceive yourself in relation to your environment. The image you have of yourself impacts your entire life. It effects your self esteem, the decisions you make, your interactions with the world, how you cope with stress and so on. If you have a poor self image, you’ll act accordingly.

Many people don’t even realize that they have a poor self image, and don’t realize that poor self image is a common factor when it comes to self defeating habits. For example, I’ve had many clients who identified themselves as “terrible at exercise” and “lazy”. Another common self image that people cling to is being incapable of handling tough situations, or being a victim in any circumstance that isn’t perfect. The good news is, you can start to design a new self image today!

**Dr. Emmett Miller, a doctor and phycologist, developed this powerful mental exercise for developing a more positive self image. Here it is:

Your fairy God Mother just fell from the sky, into your living room. She has a wand that she can wave around and transform you into an ideal version of yourself.

  • What would you do differently than you’re doing today?
  • What would your mood and energy be like?
  • What types of personality strengths would you possess?
  • How would your ideal self walk, talk, and interact with life?
  • How would you act?
  • What types of hobbies would you pursue?

This exercise isn't meant to push unrealistic ideals, or cause you to feel any dissatisfaction with who you are as a person. It's designed to help you get a more clear picture of the type of actions and traits you'd like to embody. If your ideal self has neatly ironed shirts, or is always on time, these give you clues on the things you can start doing to help your self image.

Trying to match a healthy, realistic, positive self image through action is a powerful way to build self-esteem.



Beliefs

Your entire life is shaped by your beliefs. That includes the state of your health. Beliefs become the invisible dog fence that you build your actions, thoughts, relationships, and entire life around! Some common beliefs are “I have fat genetics” or “Exercise is a chore” or “I’m a mom now, so my fit days are behind me” or “Change is impossible for me. I’ll always be this way”. The bad news is if it’s true for you, it’s true. The good news is, you can get some new, empowering beliefs to help you change your life!

There’s a good chance that you have some disempowering beliefs that you don’t even know about! If there’s something you’re constantly struggling with in your life, that’s an indication you’ve got some belief pruning to do.

So how do we transform our disempowering, negative beliefs into positive ones? Start with what you’re not happy with in life, be it your health, your finances, your relationships, or any other area. Now ask yourself what beliefs you hold that got you to where you are today. You can do this by taking few minutes to fill out the Beliefs Sheet

Here are some classic beliefs about physical fitness that hold people back:

  • “I don’t have time to eat healthy and exercise. I’m too busy!”
  • “My kids come first!”
These statements say more than just what’s on the surface. Here's what these statements could also mean:



  • My health is the lowest priority in life for me
  • I’m not worth the extra time
  • I put the needs of others before myself
  • I’d rather be busy than healthy
  • I’d rather be busy than plan effectively
  • I do not value my energy
  • And on and on

How do you think a person with the belief of “I’m too busy to cook and exercise” is going to hold up health wise in the long run? Even in the short run, for that matter.

Having this seemingly little disempowering belief hanging around is like having a destructive virus camping out inside your brain, sucking the life and energy out of you. If you’re too busy to eat healthy and exercise, then you’re essentially too busy to take care of yourself.

Knowing that your life is a direct reflection of your beliefs is one of the first steps towards health, success, and happiness. It gives us the power to take a good look at what’s happening, what we do and don’t like, and most importantly, the ability to change things for the better. And if you haven't started it already, take the plunge and fill out the Beliefs Sheet to start seeing massive changes today!

Another common belief that people might not even realize they have is “Comfort is better than change” or “Easy is better than work”. In other words, a fluffy couch is better than a walk outside, the pop tarts are better than the boring egg whites, and staying exactly the way I am feels SO much better than the work I’d have to put in to change what I don’t like.

There’s nothing wrong with resting, relaxing, or being happy with yourself. But if there are things about your life or your health that need changing, then it’s time to change it!

What’s are some disempowering beliefs that you can transform into positive ones?

Trimming away the mental fat, and flexing the empowering part of yourself is the first, most important step in lasting change.


The most important belief to adopt...

Each person has different beliefs that need changing. It would be impossible for me to predict which beliefs your life experience up to this point has imparted upon you. That’s something only you can do.

The only belief that I can say, with 100% certainty you need to adopt is this:

You are 100% responsible for your life.

When it comes to disempowering beliefs, the “I’m a victim of my circumstances” belief is the destructive one I see most frequently. This belief makes permanent change impossible. It takes away your power to create something different or better.

Here’s a few examples regarding weight loss that you might recognize:
Victim role - “If he would help me, I’d have the time to do workout/cook/etc”
Hero role - “I design my life, and ask for help when I need it. If something is important to me, I squeeze in the time wherever I can.”

Victim role -“My boss makes me work crazy hours, and it’s impossible to find the time”
Hero role- “I respectfully communicate my needs and expectations with my boss. There is always a middle ground. If a middle ground doesn’t exist, I move on to a place it does. In the meantime, I do my best with short workouts and walks anywhere I can squeeze them in.”

Victim role-“This chronic illness makes exercise impossible”
Hero role - “This illness has opened my eyes to different types of low impact exercise. I’ve found healing, relaxing movement like slow walking, yoga, and pilates thanks to this illness.”

Victim role -“My family doesn’t support me, so I don’t have the confidence.”
Hero role- “Even though my family doesn’t support me, I’ve found friends who do. I meet new fitness friends at the classes in my gym every day. I read uplifting books, follow uplifting fitness coaches online, and I lift myself up with the knowledge that I and I alone control my future. Also, I don’t involve my family in my fitness journey any longer, as I only invite positivity into my circle of influence. I love those who discourage me at a distance, and hold those who encourage me closest to my heart.”

The bottom line is every single result is born out of YOUR decisions. This is an amazing realization, because it means at any moment, you can change the things you don’t like.


Next Actions

1. Complete Day 1 Workout if you didn't already

2. Take some time to fill out the five sheets below. These will be the foundation of your long term success


Life Changing Exercises

1. Life Vision
2. Goal Game Plan
3. What's working vs. What's not
4. Beliefs
5. Mission Statement


56 comments
Bridget Nigh
My mom discovered you on YouTube a long time ago and sent one of your videos to me. I found it to be uplifting, funny and motivational. Since then I've subscribed to your YouTube and watch your videos regularly. I'm excited about the 30 Day Lean Reset! Thank you for breaking down health and fitness knowledge in a fun, interactive way.
Cassandra N Andresky
I started this program because I could see a pattern in my behavior. With my bipolar (unmedicated) it is very hard to find the motivation on my low days. To be honest I'm not sure if this will help, but I'm not willing to give up. I have been to the point where I work out for hours everyday and don't eat anything. I've been to the point where I give up and binge and don't workout at all. I have tried diets, diet pills, purging, and starving myself. Nothing has worked for me, and a lot of it has harmed me and lowered my self-confidence. There is so much going on in my life right now. I was let go from my job. I have a massive amount of student loans for a degree that hasn't shown potential. I have decided to go back to school, applied, got accepted, then had to deny my acceptance because I couldn't afford to move. I am in a loving relationship, but our start was very rocky and now I've grown some trust issues. This course is so much more than to learn how to work out and eat. This course is to give me balance, to get my confidence back, to get my life under control. I have so many goals, and I am not one to quit. I hope (know) this course will guide me to be the successful person I know I am.
Angela Gamboa
This journey is very personal. A lot of disappointment in the past. Building a mission and goal is essential to any real change that must occur. Placing it in writing was hard and emotional. One day at a time.
Malina Lee Schweinert
Thank you Brenda. My son Darren (13) and I just completed the Day one homework and now we are about to start the workout. I have hope that with your program we will become the best version of ourselves.

Malina
Mareike Arguello
Hi again Brenda, one of the books you recommended 'The Essentials of Sports & Exercise Nutrition by John Berardi' is pat of the precision nutrition course. Would you recommend their online certification program? I am working in wellness/fitness and looking for a nutrition certification to add to my profile. There are so many out there and a lot of them teach things I don't necessarily agree with....
I am also still enjoying the program! :)

mareike
Brenda Turner
Hi Mareike,

Great to hear from you again! That book, and the accompanying certification course are great. Most of the material is pretty elemental, and you might already know most of what is taught. That said, it never hurts to get a new certification, and PN is very solid in my opinion.

It's science based nutrition, but not so science based that it abandons the crucial aspects of nutrients. There are far too many nutritional scientists who ignore nutrient composition of food and focus strictly on calories. PN is very balanced, common sense, research based nutrition.

Again, you'll probably already know most of what's in the course, but you'll probably learn a few new things as well!
Amy Pasos
Starting today -- on my Birthday!!! :) I couldn't think of a better way to kick off the next year of my life. Loving everything about this course so far. Body image, health and happiness have all been one giant uphill battle for most of my life. I've been a fan of yours for years, and I think this is just what I needed to finally focus and commit. Thank you Brenda! Big hug!
Brenda Turner
Happy Birthday Amy! So Happy you're here, and hope you love this course as much I loved creating it :D
Rachel Grierson
I must have missed the part about the "My Personal Mission Statement". What exactly are we supposed to mention here.
Brenda Turner
Hi Rachel,

Personal Mission Statements are as unique as fingerprints. It might be a virtue that you strive towards, a set of things you want to accomplish, and so on.

To give you some ideas, your Personal Mission Statement can be:

- The Ethos (code of standards) you want to live your life by
- Your answer to the question "what type of person am I striving to be each day?"
- One word that you want to embody in your life each day: freedom, focus, fearless, peaceful, fun
- How you want to make other people feel

These are just a few examples of things that might be included in a mission statement.

The value of doing this is that it creates a foundation for your actions. For example, if your mission statement is "To have a constant connection with inner peace, regardless of the situations I'm in", when you're honked at in traffic, you place your foundation of peace over the knee-jerk reaction to get huffy at the other person.

Having some greater purpose and meaning in life can be very helpful in changing the way we see ourselves, which in turn changes the way we see the world around us, which in turn changes the way we make choices. All of this kind of trickles down into every day life, and makes health and fitness a little more effortless.
Christine Barnette
Hi Brenda. On workout day 2, are the following exercises a continuous movement or are we more holding like how we would in the plank position.

Knee to Elbow - just one knee to elbow and holding?
One Leg Burpee - are we just holding on one leg or a continuous movement
One Arm Reach - are we just reaching once and holding for 40 seconds or are we moving from arm to arm
Brenda Turner
Hi Christine,

All of the exercises are active reps, so you're doing the movements one after another. For example, you touch your knee to your elbow, and then repeat for the allotted time. Same thing for all the exercises, unless it says "hold for 1 minute" on a plank or side plank.

So sorry for the confusion!

amiera sawas
Hey Brenda

I have a couple of questions. On the Lean Reboot Planner - I'm struggling a bit with filling it out. Especially:

On notes/to dos/meaningful requests - to do's makes sense.... notes - is that noting how we feel? And meaningful requests... can you give an example? Sorry to ask i just can't find guidance in the video or notes.

Secondly- is the cronometer more useful than myfitnesspal? I ask because you have to pay for the cronometer and there isn't a trial so i just want to know if there is a value added over myfitnesspal before i purchase it.

Thanks - really loving the course!!
Amiera
Brenda Turner
Hi Amiera,

1. The Notes/To Dos/Meaningful Requests is meant to be a section for you to use however you want. "Notes/to dos/meaningful" requests are just a few suggestions. But you can put anything you'd like in that section.

Some people are into jotting down errands they need to get done in that section. Other people might be into some type of prayer or spiritual writing, or even asking the "universe" for help with something you're having a challenge with.

2. There's a free version of Cronometer, called Cron-O-Meter gold. I'm partial to cronometer because it shows you nutrient content of foods, which is a motivator for most people to stay on track, and is a huge eye opener.

That said, ANY food tracker you feel comfortable with will work just fine. MyFitnessPal included. It will still be a huge benefit to have a greater awareness with what you're eating/when/how much etc.

Another free, simple food tracker that I've used in the past is the LiveStrong My Plate App. It's visually simple and intuitive.

Glad to hear you're enjoying the course!

Brenda
Christina Guerra
Bought this over a month ago and I kept procrastinating n when to start. Waiting for "right" day. I re-read "I design my life, and ask for help when I need it. If something is important to me, I squeeze in the time wherever I can." and realized I DESIGN MY LIE. I am starting today. Looking forward to the results. =]

Taking my before photo today.
Brenda Turner
Hey Christina!

Without a doubt, the hardest part about changing anything is getting started.

It's like pushing a heavy rock. It feels SO impossible in the beginning, but once you get that momentum going, the rock starts rolling on its own.

Once you've got momentum, things that seemed SO difficult become like second nature. So do any tiny little thing towards your goal everyday to gain and keep that momentum!

Don't forget to print out the planner pages and fill them out every morning and evening.

Brenda
amiera sawas
Day 1 done! It took me hours but i feel so good to have found and invested the time. I'm really looking forward to this course :)
jennifer deck
Hi Brenda!! So...is there not a specific food plan to follow? ;) I feel like this is my main issue...should we be using the app you suggested and figuring out how many calories and go from there?
Stephanie Bowa
I'm finding it difficult to create my Personal Mission Statement. Any tips? Apart from that I am so happy to be a part of this lean reboot! It came at the perfect time for me. Thank you for creating this Brenda:)
Brenda Turner
Hi Stephanie! Welcome to the course. So happy you're here :D

As for your personal mission statement, it can be as simple or complex as you want.

Some questions that might spark some inspiration for you:
-What are five adjectives I want to describe my life?
-If I could do anything and I knew I wouldn't fail, what would I do?
-The most important value that I want to uphold each day is _______

Your mission statement could even be a list of words that are meaningful to you, such as:
"Freedom" "Warmth towards others" "Being Present" "Acting Despite Fear"

Hope this gives you some ideas!
Anna Kehlmeier
Years and years of unhappiness needs to stop...this isn't going to be another thing i fail at. Thanks for working so hard at putting this together! i don't want all of your effort and passion to go to waste (on my end.) day one starts......NOW ;)
Brenda Turner
Anna! Welcome to the 30 Day Reboot, and thank you for being here.

Your being here is a success, and a testament to your waking up to higher possibilities. Anything you accomplish after this is a bonus!
Tiann Mack
Hi Brenda,
Just wanted to say i can't wait to really dig deep into this course. I have been following you for years and i even bought you lean secret book. You have so much knowledge and a gift for teaching. I recently decided to become serious about my health and invested in a personal trainer to help me stay on track as i am currently at my heaviest and unhealthiest part of my life. I am one of those people who are knowledge about what to do about my health but lack the enthusiasm to do so. So with that said i can't wait to start the course and truly put 100% in because i know i have to change my mind in order to change my body.
Brenda Turner
Hi Tiann! Thank you for being here. And it's a really good starting point to be at "your heaviest" because that's a place you need to get to sometimes. Being at that place has been your catalyst for change, so it's a gift. And you've received the message loud and clear, being in this place has served its purpose, and now you never have to be at this place again. Every pound you lose is a pound you'll never see again.
Nicola Beese
Hi Brenda, just committed to your program. I have really piled on the weight over the last few years. I keep wanting to change, lose the weight but always seem to give up. I used to be fit and slender and it is hard to see myself become so overweight. I believe that addressing the mind is the answer, so will follow your course and hopefully will feel better about myself. Thank you for making it seem a possibility. x
Brenda Turner
Hi Nicola! Welcome to the course. So happy you're here, and I'm excited for the big changes you'll see in the coming weeks. It's more than a possibility, you're already here making it happen!
Mayra Cardenas
Hi Brenda, I've been a big BIG fan of yours for over two years. Your lean secrets book helped me loose over 50 pounds two years ago and I've kept them off. However, recently I've been feeling down and while I was getting ready to read your lean secrets book again your email about this plan came thru that night and jumped on it instantly. I couldn't believe the perfect timing :) I've told my husband many times you're God sent to me :) I'm on day one today. I just wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me stay fit for two years now. You have no idea how much you've helped.
Sincerely,
Mayra - xo
Brenda Turner
Oh Mayra! This is such a beautiful thing to hear. It felt like I NEEDED to make this course. It wasn't even a choice. There was a constant, nagging voice telling me this course must be done.

After countless hours and trying my hardest to get this all put together, to finally hear that it's landing in the hands of beautiful people like you, who needed it at this time in your life is such a gift to me. Thank you for being here!
Nikki Primeaux
Hi Brenda! Totally loving what you have put together with all this! I will start my day 1 workouts tomorrow, but I am getting a jumpstart on the written part tonight. I can't wait to try the workouts. You are amazing! Thank you! :)
Brenda Turner
Hi Nikki! Welcome to the course! I'm so happy you're here, and that you love it. Thank you :D
Pepper Prickett
Loving this and your timed delivery concept. Everyone can do "one day at a time"
peace!
Brenda Turner
Thank you, Pepper! It's wonderful to hear you're enjoying the course, and the one day at a time concept. 😊
Mareike Arguello
Hey Brenda, I am so happy that came out with this course! And can't wait to start!!!! For some reason I am not able to print the documents for the workouts... Is there another option?
Mareike
Brenda Turner
Hi Mareike,

If you open that workout link in the course material section, you'll see a little "download" button underneath the work out window with all the documents.

Once it's downloaded onto your computer, you should be able to open it and print it out.

Let me know if you still have trouble.
Mareike Arguello
Thank you! :)
Mareike Arguello
Brenda, what you put together is amazing! Your 'Whole Life' approach is so important and will change a lot of things in my life and I am sure for everyone else that does this course. Filling out these worksheets was a very emotional experience for me as we suppress so many things and seeing them written down is sad and scary but also relieving. I am excited to take charge!
Thank you so much for working so hard to make this happen! I am so impressed by your knowledge and it inspires me to read and learn more everyday!
Anna Nelson
Hey Brenda,
Beyond excited to have started your program today! I am really needing a mind change in terms of how i view my body. This is my last year in my 20's and I don't want to head into it still hating my shape and size. I am confident this program will help me.

So this is my day one and I have filled out my sheets, but i am really unsure what I should be eating. I didn't see anything in lesson one about food, and I already feel angry at myself for not making the right food choices today.
Can you help me with this?
Thanks!
Brenda Turner
Hi Anna! I'm so excited you're here.

So, I put this course together in a day by day sequence. Each day is listed by it's level of importance. Day one being the most important day, and then day two builds onto day one and so on.

I put the course together like this based on the law that "Motions Follow Emotions". Plucking the weeds out of your mental garden in week one will give you an empowered, clear, and optimistic starting point to take action.

Week 1 is all about setting yourself up for success.
Week 2 is when we get into more specific fat loss information
Week 3 builds upon week 2, covering metabolic types and meal prepping etc
Week 4 will give you some more advanced dietary strategies for breaking plateaus

So, what I'm saying is, take it step by step and be kind to yourself.

That said, if you'd feel more comfortable getting some nutritional changes done right away, you can jump ahead to Day 8.



Karen byrom
Hi Brenda, happy new year! I've been following you on YouTube and Facebook for some time now. You're a fountain of knowledge! I'm studying to be a PT and counsellor. I feel with all the studying and being a FT mum to kids, my heads overloaded. I'm hoping your course will balance that out again. Thank so much xx
Maritza Van Cott
today is my day 1 and I am so excited! Just printed out my workout sheet and gonna get started. I'm so glad you did this Brenda. I'm normally on point and have my fitness game in order, but this past year I have been overwhelmed with going back to work and all my volunteer work and my daughters stuff that I had no time left over for me. It was a total life imbalance. SO this is perfect timing and I love this course set up. I'm really excited to get my mind right again. I have been following you since the beginning and I love and trust you! I know I'm in good hands. xoxo Happy New Year!
Lourdes Mena
Hi Brenda! I just wanted to tell you that I'm so glad you made this course.it was perfect timing! I have been watching your videos for years and I LOVED your book. You are the spark that ignited my fitness journey. I lost almost 50lbs ☺️I love that you incorporate not just fitness but all aspects of healthy living(mind body and spirit)because it's what I think is missing in the industry right now.
Can't wait to keep learning from you! ❤
Leah Gailius
Hi Brenda! Thanks for the course :)

I was wondering for the workout, is the "beginner" just one round, and the advanced is a total of three rounds with 2 minute rest breaks? Or is it three rounds per circuit?
Brenda Turner
Hi Leah! Great to have you in the course :D

If you're a beginner, you perform the entire circuit one time through. After completing the entire circuit once, you're done!

As you progress over the coming weeks, you'll notice one round of the workouts feels easier, and then you'll be able to do the circuit twice through or more if you want!
Leah Gailius
Thanks!! :)
Brenda Anderson
Thank you Brenda for this great course,

I'm ready to make the change :-)
Brenda Turner
Hey Brenda! Thank YOU for being a part of this course. It's a huge honor 😊
Brenda Iris Gonzales
Thank you for developing this course. I lost my way for a few years of making poor choices. Your words inspire me to find the light inside and shine once more. Excited about all of the changes I'll create over the next 30 days.
Brenda Turner
Hey Bren! I'm excited too. It's all about timing, and it sounds like you had to take a little detour on things, and that's a part of the growth process.

Those years you "lost your way" just gave you some space to learn about yourself, and see the changes you want to make.

Thank you for being here!
Shereta Wright
Brenda, this course comes in the nick of time for me. It's an answered prayer. Thank you following your beliefs and creating this.
Brenda Turner
Hi Shereta! It's wonderful to hear from you, and it makes my heart so happy that you found this course, and that it's what you needed right now. You're going to get so much out of the 30 days!
Kajsa Österling
This feels like a beautiful course and I am so excited to be a part of it! I've been following you since 2012 and have your book. One thing I really appreciate about you is that you focus on all aspects of health and don't just focus in on counting calories. I love the fact that meditation will be a part of this journey, and I couldn't be more ready! I've felt a bit stagnant this past year, and not only in the fitness part of my life, and I'm ready to make some changes and feel inspired again! I actually named a file in my computer "Inspiration 2017" but I wasn't sure what I would put in it. Now I do :)

Thank you for being you!
Brenda Turner
Hi Kajsa! Thank you so much for the kind words. I am beyond excited you're here, and can't wait for you to dig into all the awesome stuff we're going to cover. Your positive energy is so uplifting, and I couldn't be more honored to spend this time with you.

Welcome to the course!
Nikole Roebuck
I have been watching your videos on YouTube for the past few years. When you stopped posted for awhile I would go back and watch your old videos. I even have the Lean Secrets Book. It has helped me so much. I'm looking forward to completing this reset class!!
Brenda Turner
Hi Nikole! Welcome to the course :D

That is so amazing. And if you enjoyed the book, you're going to love the stuff in here. I wanted to leave no stone unturned, and wanted to make sure you have everything you need to hit any health and fitness goals 😁

Kumiko kono
Okidoki!
This might be hardest part of this program for me to have a good talk with myself. You know human nature, we're so easy to analyze others but tend to avoid face to ourselves. This process will clear up mind and find out what I really want with my life. Brenda, thank you for giving me an opportunity for this.
Brenda Turner
Hi Kumiko! You're right, the mindset stuff can be the biggest challenge. I understand completely. But you'll feel so good after going through these things, and getting some clarity and motivation.

So happy you're here!