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Getting Regular!

No, we're not talking Fiber, but we are talking something equally as important.  The ProjectMe page has been relatively static.  However, from here on out, we are going to have regular contributions going on each week to keep you up to date on the latest information, reviews and nutritional guidance. So we're starting off fairly light.  As you can tell, [...]

By | February 12th, 2015|ProjectMe Information|0 Comments

Our Me’s our Inspiration

Our ProjectMe's inspire us all the time. We're always amazed at what they can accomplish and how they can create a new image of themselves through proper nutrition and motivation. I'd like to share a few quotes from the January cycle. The inspirational poster above was inspired by one of our Me's having this revelation this morning. Here's a few [...]

By | February 16th, 2014|ProjectMe Information|0 Comments

New ProjectMe Gear

Working out in Style! Stay tuned, we're going to be introduce our workout and fashion gear over the next few months. Breonna is showing off our first official workout gear, the Under Armour Coldgear Cozy 1/4-Zip Top - Long-Sleeve is the first of our warmup jackets and the Under Armour Coldgear® Infrared Evo ColdGear Hoodie is the second. This is [...]

By | February 15th, 2014|ProjectMe Information|0 Comments

Tabata Protocol

At ProjectMe, we love Tabatas.  We  won't go into all the science here, but there's a great article on the full background of Tabatas, developed initially for Olympic Skaters.  20 seconds of high intensity work with 10 seconds of rest.  Repeated between 6 to 8 times!  Make sure you're ready for trembling muscles and burning lungs.  Check out a great [...]

By | November 11th, 2013|ProjectMe Information|0 Comments