Marc St. Jules hosting weight loss workshop

Comox Valley fitness expert has lost over 20 pounds in less than 30 days

MARC ST. JULES has lost over 20 pounds in less than 30 days...equivalent to the weighted vest shown in the picture. 'I can't believe people are still alive and able to carry around an extra 300 pounds

Local entrepreneur and fitness expert Marc St. Jules will be hosting a revolutionary workshop on weight loss this Saturday, Feb. 1, 10 a.m.  at the CAVE in Comox.

St. Jules is known around the world for his St. Jules Method Performance Products and Stabilizer Training Methods that go with the products. Notables include Manchester United, Vancouver Canucks, Phoenix Suns, Cincinnati Reds and the Seattle Seahawks who purchased close to the entire St. Jules line a few years back, and St. Jules notes it seems to be working for them.

Aside from the sports fitness, athlete relations, hosting parties, putting on workshops, fitness challenges, fundraisers and awareness campaigns, St. Jules’ biggest passion is empowering people and encouraging them to maximize their genetic potential and live life to their fullest.

“I have always been on a quest for knowledge,” he says. “I have sought out the best of the best, learned from them and cross referenced things when necessary. In the weight loss arena alone, some of my friends and mentors that I have worked with, learned from and trained include bestselling author Brad King (Fat Wars);  Last 10 Pounds and Bulging Bride reality TV star and author of Shred, Tommy Europe; NBC Biggest Loser trainer Robert McMullin, and motivational speaker Anthony Robbins.

“They say knowledge is power. I say ‘applied knowledge is power’ so I have decided to put my learned and proven methods to the test and have lost over 20 pounds in less than 30 days. I encourage people to come to my workshop this Saturday and find a combination of variables that will change their lives and the way they think.

“Weight loss does not have to equal suffering, this is a permanent lifestyle change,” St. Jules added.

Cost is $25, space is limited. People who sign up for the February Weight Loss Challenge will have that $25 credited. “It will be free for those who do not lose a minimum of 10 to 15 pounds,” St. Jules added. Pre-register at www.cavefitness.ca.

 

– Marc St. Jules

 

 

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