FitOrbit Impressions – Quenching Your Thirst for Soda

Today I explain how I signed up for a site that pairs you with a personal trainer. I'm looking forward to it, but the accountability is through the roof. We also get some great articles about what soda does to your body, and what steps you can take to cut it out of your life. Thanks to Joe from the Logical Losers Accountability club for sharing these great stories.

FitOrbit First Impressions

I earned a coupon code on for so I thought I would sign up for a month and see how it goes. The signup was easy, and I answered some questions about what I was looking for, and what type of trainer I thought would work for me. The system provided me with the trainers that best fit my needs. I watched some videos and chose one (Eva). I filled out a form about the type of food I like, and in a few days I had:

  1. A personalized food plan
  2. Personalized workout routine complete with videos that I can watch on my computer or phone
  3. A free app that allows me to enter my food and exercise as well as stay in contact with my trainer.

The amount of accountability is staggering now. I have a trainer who is going to hold my toes to the fire. It should be interesting. Te big difference is in the food. Fitorbit makes it super easy as I can print a shopping list with a single click of a button. That is going to make going to the store a breeze then I can try some of these recipes over the weekend.

I'll keep you posted. I just know with my current progress, I needed to try something new.

Dave jackson Weight Loss Progress

Great Articles about Soda from Joe

What Cols Does to You

How to Stop Drinking Soda

What is in Soda and Why is it so Addictive?

Fitorbit Coupon Code


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1 thought on “FitOrbit Impressions – Quenching Your Thirst for Soda”

  1. If I heard you correctly the diet plan asked you to shoot for less than 39mg of cholesterol daily? If so that very far outside the guidelines laid out by the American Heart Association. Here is what they say on the topic based on current research.
    The American Heart Association’s Nutrition Committee strongly advises these fat guidelines for healthy Americans over age 2:

    *1* Eating between 25 and 35 percent of your total daily calories as fats from foods like fish, nuts, and vegetable oils.
    *2* Limiting the amount of saturated fats you eat to less than 7 percent of your total daily calories. That means if you need about 2,000 calories a day, less than 140 calories (or 16 grams) should come from saturated fats.
    *3* Limiting the amount of trans fats to less than 1 percent of your total daily calories. That means if you need about 2,000 calories a day, less than 20 calories (or 2 grams) should come from trans fats.
    *4* Limiting cholesterol intake to less than 300 milligrams a day for most people.
    *5* For good health, the majority of fats you eat should be monounsaturated or polyunsaturated.

    I found this here:

    You can see #4 states 300mg a day. If a person is above 55 I believe they drop the number to 200mg a day. And if a person is diabetic they may drop the number further.

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