Making the decision to start a nutrition and exercise program isn’t easy. And just making the decision to change is only the first step. The hard part is putting in the work over days, weeks and months to start getting results.
My client Kelli came to me not only wanting to change, but ready to do the work. She committed to working out multiple days a week and changing up her diet.
It wasn’t easy and in the beginning she definitely had to push herself. The workouts were hard at first and changing her diet meant paying closer attention to her food choices and being sure to get enough protein.
After a few weeks Kelli was already stronger and seeing changes. She started to enjoy the workouts more and really looked forward to coming to Fit Camp classes because the other ladies were so friendly and made the workouts fun.
Kelli’s lost 20 pounds, dropped her body fat by 4% and is down over 14 inches! Not only does she look better, she feels better both physically and mentally.
One proud moment was showing her young son how to properly do push-ups, which she can now knock out ten of in a row.
Even though Kelli is a busy mom of three young children, she has worked hard to pay attention to what she is eating, tracking her food and even plans healthy dinners at home for her whole family. It isn’t easy when you’re running kids to practices and games in the evenings, but she made the effort and didn’t let that be an excuse.
Friends and family are starting to notice how much Kelli has changed, and asking for her advice because they might want to make some changes, too! Seeing someone close to you work hard and have results can be very inspiring.
Kelli is still working hard towards her goals. I have no doubt she will continue to see results because she knows what she needs to put into the plan in order to get them. She is willing to do the work and knows she’s never going back to where she started.
This is the kind of client I love to work with – not only is she always smiling and talkative, Kelli listens to my advice and applies it. She knows she is going to have to make permanent changes and give up a few things in order to be more fit and healthy, but she is ok with that because she knows it is worth it.
Great job Kelli!