Chris Wilkinson is an Independent Isagenix Associate. He coaches and supports people with their initial goals and drivers through an initial interview. (Facebook photo)

Chris Wilkinson is an Independent Isagenix Associate. He coaches and supports people with their initial goals and drivers through an initial interview. (Facebook photo)

An explanation of the Isagenix program

It takes a commitment, like anything else, to get the results

Chris Blace’s association with Chris Wilkinson got him thinking about taking action to lose weight.

They both coached hockey together and their sons have been on the same teams, although they’re playing on different teams this season.

“Chris knew that I was supporting/coaching others with Isagenix and asked me about it when we were away at a tournament a little while back,” explained Wilkinson. “He’s someone who when he commits to something – he does it full force. He’s been so inspiring for so many of us in the Isagenix community. It’s spectacular what he has accomplished. It shows what can be done just focusing on one step at a time and sticking with it. Over 100 pounds. Awesome.”

Isagenix, he explained, is a complete nutritional system that has low sugar, healthy amounts of protein, adaptogenic herbs, gentle detoxing botanicals and a full spectrum of vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals.

“The system works so well because it incorporates the scientific principles of healthy protein pacing, intermittent fasting, nutrient density and adaptogenic herbs for stress response reduction,” Wilkinson added. “These principles have become more popular and mainstream in the scientific and health communities more recently and Isagenix has been doing it for nearly 20 years.”

Utilizing all those strategies in a convenient method has been a game changer for so many, he added, but it requires someone to be ready, too, because no one will get results by being “sort of committed.”

“As an independent Isagenix associate, I coach/support people with their initial goals and drivers through an initial no-charge interview, then if it’s a fit for them we get them started and support with baselines and education – just how they want to be coached individually,” Wilkinson noted.

”It’s not one program fits all – it should be customized right from the start. It’s for the everyday person who can be overwhelmed with the bombardment of information out there, who wants to feel better, move better, look better, do better. Maximize their health, no matter where they are starting from. It’s so convenient and really just requires that someone is ready to create a shift in their life and health – just like Chris has done and continues to do.“

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