Teddy Melanampamp protects all programs in social media feedback

Teddy Melenampamp is defending his accountability program All In after controversial methods were criticized on social media.

Former participants claimed this week that the program limited them to only 500 calories per day and required one hour of cardiovascular activity. Emily Gellis Land, who had previously called the F-Factor Diet for its alleged side effects, posted a screenshot of the complaint on Instagram and published a Reddit thread claiming to be part of an NDA-required program.

Despite the backlash, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star told her followers on Instagram on Tuesday that she was incredibly proud of the more than 15,000 lives we’ve helped change. I am so proud of our clients. I love all our coaches. I love that I can wake up every single day and feel good about what I do. I survive and breathe.

He added, “I feel 100 percent truly confident that we will let you know what happened in the program before signing up,” “If this is something you want to do and you want us to hold you accountable for your goals, We are there to do it for you. If this is not something you want to sign up for, you will not. That’s why I love that we’re so transparent from the start. “

“We believe you,” he concluded. “We will fight for you. And we know the best hasn’t come yet.

Melanchamp, 39, first launched an all-in-all accountability program after losing 80 pounds. As part of the program, a coach is hired to assist participants with food movement and exercise plans to achieve their own goals.

The plan will cost 5 599 for a two-week jumpstart program, 5 525 for a new postpartum program, 39 399 for a monthly program, 16 165 for a weight and weightless program, and 95 95 for a maintenance program.

Neither Melencamp nor any of the coaches have any certificate of health or fitness – instead, they all participate in the program themselves.

Melanampamp had previously told Page Six his approach, he aims and is not limited.

“I also tell myself or my clients, try to concentrate on eating for your own nutrition,” he said at the time. “If you’re going to a party just to show that you want to eat or drink, not because the people at the party you’re going to actually want to see, you may want to reconsider your plans.”

Mellampamp’s friend and “RHOBH” co-star Kylie Richards Sohail sided with him and the show after the attack on Camille Grammar All In, saying: “Camille, you really have to move on and make a living. Teddy has helped so many people and changed their lives. What are you doing every day Tweeting about RHOBH? Make friends with what you think he will get you [diamond emoji] [joy emoji]. Talk about an average girl [hand wave emoji]”

Melenchamp’s representative declined to comment.


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