If I told you that by using your own bodyâ€™s resistance alone, you can build the body of your dreams, would you believe me?
You can drastically improve your strength, flexibility and endurance without ever taking another trip to the gym! No matter how busy your schedule is, Iâ€™ve taken away all your excuses with my simple, yet highly effective technique. Iâ€™m so excited to help you meet your fitness goals.
Be sure to watch for my first Diet.com feature -- Looking Good In A Swimsuit: Tips 'n Tricks -- which runs in the Monday, April 7 newsletter and will appear on the Diet.com cover page.
My mission here at Diet.com: To have some fun and meet some new friends. Oh, yeah... and to help as many people as possible achieve their goals!
Here's a little news about me. Get to know me... then let me get to know you.
Wendie Pett, a nationally recognized name in the fitness industry, is passionate about motivating and encouraging people to make fitness and nutrition part of their daily routine. The essence of beauty â€" mind, body and spirit â€" is what Wendie Pett is all about. She enthusiastically teaches the care of mind, body and spirit, helping others learn the importance of reaching their full God-given potential through her Visibly Fit total wellness and body weight resistance exercise program.
Wendie has helped countless millions of people reach their fitness goals with no wear and tear on joints, tendons or ligaments by teaching simple and easy to do exercises that use your body as your gym. A great way to workout anytime, anywhereâ€"no excuses allowed!
A member of the HPSS Global Speakers Bureau, Wendie appears regularly on nationwide television and speaks at corporate events, churches and universities promoting her Visibly Fitâ„¢ health and fitness philosophies. She also works as a fitness coach and consultant. In addition, she contributes as a featured columnist in the Total Wellness Newsletter reaching over 2.5 million readers monthly.
Wendie is mom to her six year old son, Keegan, the light of her life. Native of Dallas, Texas, Wendie attended the University of North Texas in Denton. During her post-college years she became a true student of physical culture and taught many forms of fitness at health clubs and as a personal trainer.
It was after a major injury to her shoulder that Wendie resorted to body weight resistance exercises for strength and healing, and hasn't turned back to any other form of training since.
Wendie makes it all look so easy with her fun, casual, yet dynamic and enthusiastic approach. She makes it difficult to resist heeding her call to, "Stop making excuses and begin today to get in the best shape of your life!"