"All-Star" Deb Gray of NE

Deb Gray is an All-Star!!

and she’s competing in just a couple days in the Masters FIGURE division at the NPC Showdown so if you are in the area be sure to go see her!!

I’ve had the honor of getting to know Deb Gray over the past 4 years.  I met Deb for the first time when my client Lisa Staudt was competing in a figure contest in Council Bluffs- the Buff’s Classic. Deb’s youngest daughter was just under a year old at that time and Deb looked like your typical “Mom of 2″….But DEB has proved she is anything but typical!!

She lost all of her baby weight, transformed her body using Hormonal Timing, won several trophies and tiles in NANBF Figure, participated as a testimonial in my Hormonal Timing infomercial and has inspired so many women along the way!!

I love this woman~ She is a true All STAR!

Watch this clip of DEB  on a recent TV morning show!


Be sure to “FOLLOW” Deb on her personal Blog at-


Deb Gray Before and After

The signature she shares in our Rally Room I just love!!

FIT and FABULOUS is as easy as your ABC’s
“B”-believing God is with you

Deb Gray’s Transformation Story ( copied from from http://www.completenutrition.com/misc.php?pages_ID=20)
Omaha, NE
Growing up I had always competed in sports. I also enjoyed working out, and that is why I chose to get my degree in Exercise Science. After getting my degree, I started my own business as a personal trainer. I was fortunate to train a wide variety of clients (female, male, young and old from 9 years to 102 years). I did this for 10 plus years, and then decided on a career change. During this time I had my first daughter. What an amazing and emotional experience. You never think you can love someone so much and then love yourself again after gaining 55#s!! I went back to a “not so healthy” quick fix program. Basically I was starving myself and doing tons of cardio. Well I lost weight, but felt awful. I had no energy, was cranky and it seemed to always be hungry!!! Three years later I was pregnant again and told myself I would not gain 55#’s this time, but I ended up gaining over that! I remember the scale at 160 when I was one month along and then looking for the last time with 2 weeks to delivery at 225!! I am not a math wizard, but I had to of gained 65#’s, if not more. Holy smokes, how would I ever loose all that weight? It was about a year after my second daughter’s birth, that a great friend of mine started training for a figure competition. It motivated and inspired me to make a change. I started working out consistently, eating healthy and taking the right supplements. I followed a training program from BuffMother.com, which is an online support resource. I believe it was a combination of everything that helped me to transform and transform quickly. I work out 6 days a week for 45-90 min max and eat 5 small meals a day. I also take the following supplements from Complete Nutrition: No2, Amplify protein, Creatine, Tone, Joint, Complete Woman Vitamin, 3-in-1, Accelelean, Control and glutamine.

This is an example of a day with supplements, diet and workout.
Meal 1:
1 c. oatmeal w/ cinnamon and blueberries
4 egg whites plus 1 whole egg scrambled
Complete Woman Vitamin, Reclaim Joint and Tone, No2, 3-in-1, Accelelean
5 min warm up
Assisted pullups 3 x 6-8 reps
Pulldowns: 3x 6
Rows: 4 x 8
One arm at a time pulldown: 3 x 6 each side
Ez bar curl: 4 sets; 2 wide/2 narrow 6 reps
Hammer curl: 3 x 6 reps
Intervals on treadmill: 4 min warm up
8 intervals for 30 sec hard and 90 sec recovery
Total of 20 minutes

Meal 2:
Amplify shake with 2 scoops, 1 teaspoon of peanut butter, 1 teaspoon of glutamine, water and ice; blended

Meal 3:
whole wheat tortilla with canned tuna, mayo, almond and celery
No2, Complete Woman Vitamin, 3-in-1, Accelelean

Meal 4:
grilled chicken breast on spinach salad
Tone and Control

Meal 5:
steak, asparagus with red pepper and sweet potato

Why am I sharing this? I hope I can motivate and inspire others. You might not want to compete, but I believe everyone wants to feel and look better. I started in January of 2008, weighing 165#’s with 25% body fat. With being more consistent with working out, and then really watching my diet and supplements in February my body began to change. After one month I had big transformations, but by the end of May they were huge, in fact I competed and won the Nebraska and Heartland Open figure classes. I weighed 137 with 17% body fat at competition time. It was not always easy, but it has been worth the hard work and effort. I believe you can do it too when you decide to make the choice to change. Deb



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