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You would expect the children who have financial security and family support to naturally become well educated, contributing members of society. They are given a great and safe start to become the adults they want to be, but what about the rest? Valerie Orsoni, born and raised in a low-income family on the island of Corsica off France, who eventually made her way to America, is the successful founder and owner of Le Boot Camp, and founder and CEO of My Private Coach. She has accomplished this all on her own, having only her driv- en positive attitude to thank. “Try- ing is not enough. You have to suc- ceed, is my motto,” states Orsoni.

Referring to herself as an “entrepre- neur of life,” Orsoni’s web site, Le Boot Camp, has reached one mil- lion members. People go there to sign up for a free weight loss pro- file. With that is the option to sign up for the very affordable ($15 per

“Trying is not enough. You have to succeed, is my motto.”

month) and personalized weight loss program, which includes a team of coaches available for you at any time, along with Orsoni her- self. The team of coaches consists of nutritionists, doctors, athletes and dietitians who offer this live communication of support to the clients. “The program is tailored to the individual, with daily exercises, recipes, nutrition advice and best of all, you can ask your trainer any

question, whenever you want and you will get an answer, just for you,” Orsoni explains.

Orsoni has quickly become inter- nationally successful and grabbing the attention of celebrities with her easy to follow program. With simple fitness routines and a success rate of 92% that have lost an average of 26 pounds while never gaining it back, it is sure to satisfy her mem- bers who reduce their BMI of 7% on average. Trained healthy habits to incorporate into your existing lifestyle are Orsoni’s goal here who says, “I would like to reach out to more people around the globe.” Spoken like a true champion!

Orsoni is a best-selling author of several published books, includ- ing her new one titled Le Personal Coach: A French Trainer’s Secrets for Getting Fit and Slim without the Gym. Here she talks about learning “how you can get in shape without sweating. Just two minutes a day is enough.” Orsoni’s “secrets” con- sist of a European lifestyle way of eating and drinking in moderation. This comes from first hand ex-


“I would like to reach out to more people around the globe.”

perience for Orsoni who also ex- plains that the Europeans do not diet, explaining, “this absence of stress when it comes to being slim prevents the development of com- pulsive and obsessive behaviors.” Being such an obese country here in the US where it is a national epi- demic, we have a thing or two to learn adding “European women are famous for squeezing in as many lazy exercises as possible into their days, from the invisible chair to deep abdominal strengthening.”

Not the type of coach you need? That’s ok because Orsoni has an- other web site called My Private Coach to “provide high-quality coaching programs and products to help clients around the world

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