North Carolina Woman Transforms Body, Now Ripped and Unrecognizable
When Corrie Rose hit her mid-thirties she was 20 pounds overweight with cellulite legs and a very saggy rear end. She decided enough was enough. In six months, she’s gone from 140 pounds to 115 pounds and has never looked or felt better.
“In 2013, I looked at a pictured that I was in with my Godson and could not believe how big I looked in the picture,” explained Rose. “That was my turning point in determining that the weight I had accepted needed to come off.”
Rose found herself suddenly counting calories and trying to eat healthier foods. In every corner, temptation was all around.
“It was hard to stick to this year around because the summer living at the beach enticed me to eat more than I should and drink more alcohol than usual,” stated Rose. “Then came the holidays and all that good food. It was a constant battle to eat healthy foods portions year round.”
Desperate to lose weight, Rose tried expensive creams, diet plans, weight loss drinks, personal trainers and even expensive laser treatments, but nothing really seemed to work. It was while visiting her dermatologist, her esthetician recommended a new, break-through program called Armageddon Weight Loss (http://armageddonworld.com/
“What drew me to the program was that it was taught by a team of 16 medical doctors, scientists, fitness experts and champion athletes and the program was personalized for me and came with a personal coach,” Rose said.
Armageddon launched as the very FIRST docscience program and developed to counteract the many fads, gimmicks, and “pseudo-science”
“One of the biggest misconceptions about weight loss is that you just need to find a program that ‘fits’ your needs and schedule. This is utter nonsense,” explained Bruce Wayne, Armageddon’s founder. “The truth is it does not matter what you think is a good fit. It is what is scientifically and biologically required to achieve your goals that matters. The law of science is what matters.”
According for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 65 percent of North Carolina adults are overweight and 28 percent are obese.
“Losing weight is a lot of hard work. It take more than miracle medications, crash diets and exercise fads to lose and maintain the weight,” stated Dr. Elvie Victionette Razon-Gonzalez, a board-certified internist-gastroenterologist. “Perseverance, willpower and dedication are key components to meeting your target weight.”
With coaching and positive reinforcement from the program, Rose has never looked better. She’s not only healthier, but she’s developed a rock-hard body and significantly reduced her cellulite.
“My advice to other people who are overweight and desperate to drop the pounds would be to first get determined to lose the weight,” stressed Rose. “A pill, surgery or quick crash diet is not the answer.”
Armageddon comes with personalized dietitian designed nutrition, personalized cardio, the world's largest strength training, toning, and your own personal coach. It also includes the best weight loss DVD on the market.
INTERVIEWS WITH CORIE ROSE OR BRUCE WAYNE ARE READILY AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.