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The Little Black Dress Project
"The Little Black Dress Project is on a MISSION to help women become more self-confident, lose weight, and celebrate being a strong and sexy woman."
Our 6-week ladies-only body transformation begins Monday, September 24th.
Women are always performing amazing balancing acts between work, family, and trying to have a social life, so we made this as easy and as simple as we could to fit into your busy lifestyle.
“The Little Black Dress Project is a step-by-step 6-week transformation program for women with a clean meal plan, fat-burning & body sculpting workouts, and daily inspiration to help you feel FABULOUS, look AMAZING, & have the Confidence to ROCK that Little Black Dress.“
And at the end, we are going to have an unforgettable ladies night out little black dress party with lots of great PRIZES!
This program includes:
- The Little Black Dress Meal Plan
- Signature LBD Workouts
- Daily Dose of Inspiration Emails
- Accountability & Support
- Complete Before & After Weigh-ins
- Ladies Night Out!!
Register before the deadline of September 21!
For questions, please contact Laura at email@example.com or 727.754.0111.
|Where||North Shore Park 9th Ave NE & N Shore Dr NE, Saint Petersburg, FL 33701 (We are located 12th Ave NE & N Shore Drive NE)|
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More About North Shore Park
The huge bay-front park is the crown jewel of outdoor spaces in downtown St. Pete. Some people refer to North Shore Park as the public green space that extends from Coffee Pot Bayou and the Snell Isle Bridge to Vinoy Park. It is part of a series of contiguous waterfront parks, with jogging trails, tennis courts, ball fields, benches and plenty of room to picnic. It also is home to the North Shore Aquatic Complex. The park itself has well-maintained grassy areas with unobstructed views of Tampa Bay and the city-owned pier, bathed at night in bright colorful lights that change hues like a giant mood ring. It's not unusual to spot a blue egret on the sea wall or a wild dolphin cresting in the bay.