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90 Day Challenge...

Let me start this blog by asking you a question. Does the gym intimidate you? Who gets you motivated? Does anyone know your name? Well, let me just say I've been to many gyms that have intimidated me and made me feel like a stranger. So, it was time for me to make a change so I joined Ellipse Fitness! Unlike those gyms that intimidate you, Ellipse Fitness is a studio focused, results orientated fitness conditioning center! Ellipse Fitness will motivate you, they will know your name and they will be with YOU every step of the way with your weight loss. Join me at the Ellipse Fitness in Brookfield as I challenge myself for the next 90 days. I've lost 4lbs and I'm on my way! Ellipse Fitness has all classes, all the time. Kickboxing for cardio! Strength classes to burn fat! Boot camp to tone and tighten! If you want to join me in this challenge YOU can get a FREE 30 day membership by going to Ellipsefitness.com  They have 3 locations Mequon, Milwaukee and Brookfield. So, I challenge you...see you at Ellipse Fitness!

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