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This Alabama Slammer Hits Hard! Kristin Pasquill is on the Show!

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  On this episode of The VDown we are joined by a DDP Yoga Warrior, success story and inspiration Kristin Pasquill! Kristin has dealt with weight issues throughout her entire life. Her biggest weight gain was during her pregnancy with her son in 2009 and weighed up to 287 pounds. Her weight was complicating existing health issues and she was a hairs breadth away from becoming a diabetic. She decided to make a change for herself and her family.

  She started a low carb diet recommended by her doctor and started exercising and dropped 154 pounds in two and a half years, but was still having struggles. 

  At the end of 2012, she had her daughter but did not repeat the previous mistakes that led to weight gain in her first pregnancy. Life then happened and anxiety and stress got the better of Kristin and she gained 60 pounds after she stopped going to the gym. Then towards the end of 2013 she made the choice to own her life.

  A friend introduced her to DDP Yoga. Kristin did the research that most of us do and the rest is history. She is now the healthiest she has ever been and instead of life owning her, she owns it and is on her way towards becoming a Certified Level 1 DDP Yoga Instructor.

  So tune in on Tuesday, April 14th at 5 pm CT/ 6 pm ET at www.blogtalkradio.com/vdown and catch Kristin's story and get inspired and energized. If you can't catch us live, you can always listen later at www.blogtalkradio.com/vdown.

  Don't forget to visit www.focusforwardyoga.com today and donate to the DDP Yoga Hardship Fund or go to www.thevdown.webstarts.com/products and get yourself a t-shirt or coffee mug and 75% of the net proceeds will go to the Hardship Fund. #getdownonthevdown

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