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posted: 4/22/2013 6:00 AM

Trainer looking for 'maximum results'

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With the competition nearing the end, trainer Josh Steckler has not made things easy for Melynda.

"Her diet has been completely streamlined," Steckler says. "No extra sugars, no dairy, low sodium and lots of water."

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He mentioned a few other things, but you get the picture. Try NOT whining about that! But, of course Steckler has his reasons.

"I want her to see maximum results in all areas, and that includes an impressive weight loss," he says. "I expect her to finish strong and to walk away from this competition with a new outlook on health and a confidence that will keep her moving in the right direction."

It's hard to argue with a trainer who has that much confidence in your ability to succeed.

-- Gerry Alger

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