Tamra Judge wanted to change her life around after getting divorced from her husband, Simon Barney, a few years ago. On "The Real Housewives of Orange County," Tamra revealed that she wanted to do something for herself and that could be one of two things; open a fitness studio or open a bar. Her then-boyfriend Eddie Judge encouraged her to open a fitness studio and the two became partners in the venture.

Since the launch of her fitness studio, CUT Fitness, Tamra Judge has launched various fitness programs and encouraged local women in the community to stop by her studio.

However, Judge has only been able to reach people who are willing to come into her location. She hasn't been able to sell any products to her "Real Housewives of Orange County" fans. But that may be about to change.

According to a new Instagram post, Tamra Judge is now thinking about how she can get her fitness products out to the masses without asking the entire nation to drop by her fitness studio. She knows that there is a huge audience watching "The Real Housewives of Orange County" every season and she could boost her earnings if she could tap into that market.

Bring home CUT Fitness

Based on a new Instagram post, it sounds like Tamra Judge is preparing to sell a fitness routine via the internet.

In other words, people can now bring CUT Fitness into their own homes via online delivery. While fitness DVDs may have been popular at one point, it sounds like Tamra is now thinking of better ways to get people the help they need.

It is quite possible that Tamra will share the creation of this new product on "The Real Housewives of Orange County" once the show returns next week.

Could Tamra's worth skyrocket?

If Judge and her husband Eddie can make it work, one can imagine that her net worth will increase over the next few years. Tamra's current net worth could be around $800,000, according to Wetpaint Entertainment. She reportedly makes around $325,000 per season of "The Real Housewives of Orange County." Of course, the numbers are just speculations, as she has never actually revealed how much money she gets paid for filming the show.

However, since Tamra has a big following already on social media, one can imagine people will eagerly buy her products once they become available online.

What do you think of Tamra Judge's decision to release her fitness routines on the internet? Do you think this is a wise business decision that could increase her net worth?