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Lauren Brooks Interview in MyMadMethods Magazine

I was recently interviewed for a new magazine called MyMadMethods.  It's an awesome magazine filled with cutting edge information including workouts, articles, nutrition tips and more. Contributions come from some of the most widely respected trainers around. Below is my interview that appeared in the magazine.  In this issue I also wrote an article about "The Truth About Bottled Water".  I will try and get permission to post this one up as well, since I feel it's necessary for everyone to read.   You can purchase hard copies of this magazine online at mymadmethods.com  Click on the image to read this little interview.



Comments

Madame Lisa said…
You're such an inspiration, a stunning beauty too.
Just received your 2 dvds Vol 1 & 2 and wasn't disappointed.
Thank you Lauren
Madame Lisa said…
You're such an inspiration, a stunning beauty too.
Just received your 2 dvds Vol 1 & 2 and wasn't disappointed.
Thank you Lauren

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