Wednesday, 14 March 2018 09:37


There is no such thing as a perfect diet or an easy way to lose weight. No matter which way you choose to lose weight, it takes discipline, dedication, and focus. That was my major downfall before I started the weight loss programs at NuYou Weight Loss and More. From the time I was in my early 20's, I remember trying various diets. Cutting carbs, eating all one thing for a long period of time, eating only soup...the list goes on. Sure, I lost some weight...but I gained it all back and then I gained more on top of it! I never understood proper nutrition until I went through the weight loss programs with NuYou! That's what is so wonderful about their programs. They teach you the importance of a healthy balanced diet. Protein, dairy, fruit, vegetables, and starches. It's finding the right balance and the correct amounts of each that will help you to get where you want to be. And that's why you pay the professionals to teach you! You just follow the program and stay on track.  Plus, you have their constant support and advice.  It was such a wonderful experience!

It took me years of being unhealthy, unhappy, and overweight to realize it was time to make a change. It took a brain injury and doctor's words to push me to the point of making the ultimate, forever change. I also wanted to be healthy for my new husband and our life together. Once you find the love of your life, you want to be around for a lifetime to enjoy that happiness as long as you possibly can!  Plus, the thought of possibly wanting a child some day was hanging over my head.  If I want to have a healthy pregnancy some day, I'll need to healthy myself. Thanks to NuYou's weight loss programs, I lost 80 pounds and over 80 inches in just 9 months! I'm revived and feeling healthier than ever!

We recently had a Fitness Expo for our radio station and invited celebrity fitness instructor Billy Blanks (creator of Tae Bo) to do a work out with a group of people. The work out was very intense, but I stuck with it the entire time and felt wonderful afterwards.  I know there is absolutely no way I would have been able to get through that work out with 80 extra pounds on my body, and I'm grateful that I was able to participate and feel motivated to do that work out!  I feel more motivated than ever before to continue doing different forms of exercise, not because I HAVE to...because I WANT to!  Totally different perspective for me now, and I'm grateful to NuYou for helping me achieve my goals!

White and Red Look of the Day Photo Collage 2You want to be healthy, right?  The weather is changing, spring is coming, and soon summer will be here!  Shorts, tank tops, and less clothing. Feel good in your body and in your clothing. CLICK HERE to check out NuYou Weight Loss and More online and set up your first consultation to get more information. Get ready to take on summer like a #Boss!

~Brittany Styles

Monday, 12 March 2018 05:55




Alyxann Weiss is a 3rd grader at Prairie View Elementary in Holmen.  She enjoys gymnastics, dance, and loves all activities in the water.  She loves to perform.  It doesn't matter if it's on a stage, at a meet, in the kitchen, or in the backyard.  Her favorite activites in school are math, writing, and art.  When she grows up, she wants to be a teacher.

Monday, 05 March 2018 07:24




Konley Eisermann

2nd Grade Evergreen Elementary Holmen

Basketball, Baseball, Football

Konley works hard in school and does everything he can to keep up with his older brother in sports. Konley plays tough and does his best to help others!

Friday, 23 February 2018 08:49




Lindsey Nelson is a senior at La Crescent and she is a very bright girl.  She is involved in dance, soccer, cheerleading, and she has a part time job!  Plus, she is president of two clubs at school.  Lindsey also maintains a 4.0 GPA all  is ranked number 1 in her grade!

Wednesday, 07 February 2018 09:08



Ryan is 15 years old and a Sophomore at West Salem High School.  He has played soccer for the last 6 years and has been a soccer referee for the last 3 years. He has also been an assist coach for his sister's soccer team the last 2 years.  Besides sports Ryan is a Boy Scout and holds the "Life Rank" and is working towards his "Eagle Rank".  He enjoys working at the Boy Scout Camp in summer teaching the younger scouts and being outdoors. 
Ryan is also involved in Odyssey of the Mind (OM) in which his team in 8th grade won state and took 27th place at the world finals. For the last 2 years he has been the assistant coach for his sister's Odyssey of the Mind team, which won state last year in their division.  Ryan also competes in DECA at his school, which last year as a Freshmen he placed 3rd in regionals and earned him a spot at state. Ryan has made the honor roll throughout the last 2 years. 
Ryan was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes three years ago and as you can see he does not let this disease slow him down or stop him from doing the things he loves.
Wednesday, 07 February 2018 08:59




Reese is a 5th grader at West Salem Elementary. She plays basketball, volleyball, and soccer. She’s in her first year of Club ball and they just earned their third 1st place finish of the season. She does great in school and has recently been acknowledged by 2 teachers and the guidance counselor for standing up for a fellow student who was getting bullied.

Below is an excerpt from the email we received from her teacher:

I am so happy to share some things that I have noticed from Reese in school. Reese has been exceptionally responsible during class and with her homework.  The main reason that I am emailing you today is because of a situation in the 5th grade that Reese handled with incredible maturity, support, and compassion. One of the girls in fifth grade has been getting picked on daily, making school a negative environment for her. Along with several other students, Reese has been openly standing up against these bullies. This act of standing up for a peer has been noticed by other fifth grade teachers, special education staff, support staff, and our administration. As a fifth grader standing up to your peers is not the easiest thing to do, but some students can do this with ease. By standing up for what she believes in, Reese shows incredible maturity and leadership! It makes me proud to have such mature, compassionate, and strong leaders in my class and I'm excited to see them carry these qualities as they go on to middle school.

-Mr. Ringlien 
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 18:32

That was then...this is now!

I have worked at Z93 for almost 14 years.  I am grateful every day for the career that I have been blessed with!  When I started working at Z93 back in 2004, I was in great shape.  I was 23 years old and I was teaching dance, I enjoyed working out at the gym, and I was very active.  Life changed dramatically when my sole focus became my radio career.  It started with working 3rd shift, which was a major change in my life schedule.  After a couple of years I switched to 2nd shift and four years later, I changed my schedule again to host the morning show in 2007!  That was hard on my body and it seemed to take me a long time to get used to the eating and sleeping habits of each shift change.  Add in some major health problems along the way, and before you know it...I had gained 80 pounds over 13 years.  I'm still not exactly sure how I let that happen, but I did.  I guess it was the simple fact that eating fast food, anything that I could heat up in a microwave or anything fast, was easy for a girl on the go.  I also did my fair share of going out clubbing with friends and enjoying cocktails! :) That leads to eating more bad food and making poor nutrition choices.  It's a vicious cycle.  One that too many of us are far too familiar with, unfortunately.

I suffered a traumatic brain injury in January 2017.  Countless doctor visits for therapy and healing meant getting weighed a lot.  That was the first time I had weighed myself in a long time.  And it was like a punch to the gut each time I got on that scale.  And finally, I had a tough conversation with my doctor about my need to lose some weight in order to be more healthy.  It made me face the truth about where I had ended up.  Deep down I knew it, but when you hear it from a healthcare professional...somehow it becomes real.  It was time to do something major because I had been given a second chance at life.  I couldn't waste another minute...

I joined NuYou Weight Loss and More in February 2017 and in just 9 months I turned my life around.  80 pounds gone and over 80 inches melted away!  The programs at NuYou are incredible and the support is even better.  Before NuYou, nothing worked and I felt very defeated.  I just felt stuck.  Two of my friends showed me that their lives had improved because of NuYou and I wanted to be the next person to change my life.  So, I did!  (see more below)


35th B-day 12-23-16 (Before)  36th B-day 12-23-17 (After)     Divafest 11-18-16 (Before)   Divafest 11-17-17 (After)

Me and Jen OOktoberfest

Me and Jen 9-1-16 (Before)  Me and Jen 12-31-17 (After)         Oktoberfest 2016 (Before)  Oktoberfest 2017 (After)

I look at these pictures from before the weight loss program with NuYou, and I honestly have a hard time believing that these are pictures of ME.  I feel a lot of emotions.  Sadness, embarrassment, anger, but most of all...I feel free.  Thanks to NuYou Weight Loss and More, I'm not that person anymore.  I'm no longer unhealthy.  I'm stronger, I'm confident, I'm happy, I feel sexy, and most importantly...I am HEALTHY!  My only wish is that I would have done this sooner.  I can't get back the time that I wasted, but I can move forward knowing that I made the best decision for myself, my husband, and my family.

I firmly believe that it doesn't matter what size you are.  If YOU are comfortable with who you are and YOU feel healthy, and YOU are at peace with yourself, more power to you! I was not at peace with myself...but I am now.

Monday, 05 February 2018 07:18




Callahan Ziebell is 15 and a freshman at Sparta High School. Callie is an honor student and made the All-Academic Team for Volleyball in the Mississippi Valley Conference. Callie recently won three high score medals and the high overall trophy for Principles of Finance at DECA Districts.  Callie plays for Synergy Volleyball and also plays AAU Basketball.  She is leading the Sparta High School girls basketball team with an average of 12.4 points per game and 9.5 rebounds per game. Callie received her first varsity letter and the Mississippi Valley All Conference Sportsmanship Award for Volleyball this last fall.

Monday, 29 January 2018 07:53




10 year old Dakota Peterson is in 4th grade. 

He loves playing football and basketball. 

He does well in school and has fun playing with his friends.

He has 2 brothers and plays sports with them, also.

Friday, 19 January 2018 08:46


Ryan is a senior from Viroqua high school.
He plays football, baseball and also competes in wrestling.

He is a 3 time State qualifier in wrestling.
His sophomore year he was a State champion.
His junior year he was State runner up.

He’s lettered three years, in all three sports.
Ryan has also made the honor roll throughout all 3 years of high school.
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