March, 2013
Noah is Making Waves in Missouri Congress!!!
Noah with Congressman Eric Burlison
Noah spent a day at the Capitol building in Jefferson City speaking to
the Ways and Means Committee.  Currently, Missouri has a sales tax for Health and Fitness businesses.  They say that the fitness or the use of the gym is a means of entertainment much like going to a movie or going bowling.  Noah hit them with this:

 "The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, working with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says that without change, some 86 percent of Americans could be overweight or obese by 2030. That means $1 out of every $6 in healthcare costs will be due to heavy Americans.

A report out today on the high cost of obesity serves to highlight, once again, that there is so much more to the Affordable Care Act than what has met the public's eye.

Reuters is reporting that obesity in America is now adding an astounding $190 billion to the annual national healthcare price tag, exceeding smoking as public health enemy number one when it comes to cost.

"Obese men rack up an additional $1,152 a year in medical spending, especially for hospitalizations and prescription drugs, Cawley and Chad Meyerhoefer of Lehigh University reported in January in the Journal of Health Economics. Obese women account for an extra $3,613 a year. Using data from 9,852 men (average BMI: 28) and 13,837 women (average BMI: 27) ages 20 to 64, among whom 28 percent were obese, the researchers found even higher costs among the uninsured: annual medical spending for an obese person was $3,271 compared with $512 for the non-obese.""

Since speaking to the committee, this bill has been passed in the Missouri Senate.  There are only a couple more hurdles before it becomes a law. This could save the health and fitness industry millions of dollars in the first year alone!  Great Job, Noah!


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We Need your Help on an incredible Fundraiser!!


Please go to our Facebook Page(Click on the Link) and nominate your favorite charity.  For every dollar we raise, Tracy will complete 1 burpee within a 24 hour period.
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Dieting and Weight Loss: Noah's Suggestions
There are so many gimmicks and so much false information out there when it comes to what you should and shouldn't eat.  Here are some trustworthy websites that I think you should take a look at. 

If you have any questions or ever get lost in what to do, please contact me
and set an appointment! (417)631-4702


March Specials!!! 
Bring a Friend to Boot Camp For

If you have a friend that has never been to Boot Camp before this is your opportunity to bring them at NO CHARGE!

Also This Month...

$1 off any supplement purchase!

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 The Junior League of Springfield's Pitter Pat 5K/10k Run/Walk and 1-Mile Fun Run


Saturday, March 23, 2013


- Race Begins at 8am and Fun Run begins at 8:10am

- O'reilly Family Event Center; Drury University 935 North Summit Springfield, Missouri

- Timed 5k and 10k races with awards

One Mile run and kids fun run

- Costume contest, food, green beer, and music


Visit for more information or call the Junior League of Springfield at  




Girls on the Run and Guys on the Go 5k


Friday, May 10, 2013 @ 6:00pm


- Pink Girls on the Run Shirt for every girl

- Green Guys on the Go Shirt for every guy

- Medals for every finisher

- Fast Course

- Expo with local vendors

- Post Race Food and Laughter

- 5 year age groups Awards (15-19)

- Prizes - randomly awarded

- 10 year age group Awards (20-80)

- Overall Awards and Masters Awards

- Positive and Fun Experience

- Awesome Designer Race Numbers  



5k Dash for Down Syndrome


Saturday, March 24, 2012 @ 8am


- Elite Mercedes Benz 3655 S. Campbell Springfield, MO

- For more information visit 






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Behind the Scenes with Maples

 I like all kinds of sports, but I love the competition aspect behind most extreme sports better than that of traditional sports.  Its thrilling for me to watch Freestyle motocross when someone throws an impossible trick or a snowboard half-pipe when someone catches impossible air.  The feat itself is amazing, but what is most amazing is when all the competitors come out and congratulate the athlete they are competing against with an attitude of awe and excitement.  Sure, each competitor wants to win, but each competitor also knows that when someone reaches a new "height" in the sport, it resets the standard for what is possible and makes the sport that much better.  When this type of unity takes place amongst those who are competing, the competition no longer is between one another, but instead becomes a competition of self within each individual to better themselves so they can add to one another as opposed to "beat" one another; they actually make each other better.

My name is Michael Maples and I have been a friend of Noah for several years now.  We met because we were in the same industry and shared in common that we were the only ones our age in the area that owned a fitness business of a significant size (forgive me if I overlooked someone).  I had a gym in Branson (Maples Training and Fitness) and Noah had BigTime Results in Springfield.  I have to admit that I was inspired by and jealous all at the same time of Noah's accomplishments.  It seemed that everything I was lacking in how my business operated, Noah had in his and that he was personally achieving things that I was not.  Even though it was human nature to initially bring negative feelings at times, I was always able to quickly cool it off, reminding myself that the "sport" we were playing was not in a competition with each other, but rather a competition with the negative pull of society that is creating unhealthy communities.  With this realization, I was able to use Noah's achievements to realize what was possible and actually apply it in my own life.

In 2010, mostly by choice, and partly by circumstance, the time came that I had to sell my gym.  It was a relief and sad all at the same time.  I moved to Colorado for a short time (still working in health and fitness) and Kansas City for a short time.  I have been back in the Ozarks since July of 2011.  I still do a lot of work in fitness and own and operate a couple of other small businesses.  Every month I still get the opportunity to work with Noah by making this newsletter, filling in some gaps in training, and helping watch over some operational things when he goes out of town.  We have developed a relationship, not as Saturday night buddies, but as friends who are fighting a battle with each other and never against one another.  Although my business may not have amounted in the end to what BigTime Results has turned into, I'm thankful that my perspectives as well as Noah's were able to maintain focus on the real task at hand, which is to increase our collective communities chance of attaining their God Intended Right to be Healthy.  As a human it is often so easy to let our pride get in the way that we stop battling the enemy and start battling each other.... NOT THIS TIME!!

If you ever have any questions or have a promotional idea for BigTime Results you can feel free to contact me at Until then, I'll be here behind the scenes. 

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Low-Fat Oven-Fried Chicken


Love the taste of fried chicken but hate the excess calories and fat? Here's

a solution that's sure to please. Spicy yogurt sauce adds both flavor and

practicality, acting as a base for the seasoned bread crumbs to keep the chicken

moist during baking.


6 servings


- 1 cup plain low-fat yogurt 

- 1 teaspoon paprika

- 1 teaspoon dried thyme

- 1/2 teaspoon salt

- 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

- 1 clove garlic, minced

- 6 skinless chicken breast halves or 6 skinless

- chicken thighs (1 3/4 to 2 pounds)

- 1 cup seasoned bread crumbs

- 1 tablespoon margarine, melted

1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.

2. Combine the yogurt, paprika, thyme, salt, pepper and garlic in a large bowl; mix well.

Coat the chicken with the mixture. (The chicken may be covered and refrigerated overnight

or baked immediately.)

3. Prepare a shallow roasting pan or jelly roll pan with nonstick pan spray. Combine the

bread crumbs and margarine in a shallow dish. Coat the chicken with the crumbs; place

in the pan.

4. Bake breasts for 25 minutes, thighs for 30 to 35 minutes, or until tender.


Serving size: 1 thigh or breast half

Nutrition Facts per Serving:

Calories: 240 Calories from fat: 69 Fat: 8 g

Saturated fat: 2 g Cholesterol: 69 mg Sodium: 721 mg

Carbohydrates: 16 g Fiber: 1 g Sugars: 2 g

Protein: 26 g

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