Transformation of the Day: Sandra lost 24 pounds/11kg. After two c-sections and many failed attempts, she was determined to release the weight. She shared with us how she transformed her eating habits and adopted a fitness routine that included exercises like sprinting intervals.
Transformation of the Day: Syretta lost 39 pounds. She shared, ” I was always the girl who would rather take the pic than be in it.” Tired of feeling miserable and uncomfortable in her own skin, she took action. She maintained a specific daily calorie goal, worked out 3-5 days a week, and realized that it’s mind over matter.
Transformation of the Day: Quashema lost 137 pounds by tracking her calories, switching up her eating habits, and working out. Health has been her main motivation, but she also wanted to feel good about her appearance. We have been following her journey since 2018, and she wrote in to give us an update.
Transformation of the Day: Chelsea lost 50+ pounds with healthy food and exercise. As she did the work of transforming her lifestyle, she felt happier and healthier, which motivated her to keep going. Tracking her daily calories and daily water intake was key to success, along with cultivating a new, positive mindset.
Transformation of the Day: Nene lost 105 pounds by making healthier choices. For the first three months of her journey, she got results without exercise by tracking her daily food intake with an app and practicing intermittent fasting.
Transformation of the Day: Tiffany lost 106 pounds. During her three-year journey, she completely changed her eating habits, worked out six days a week, and learned that anything is possible if you are willing to put in the work.
Transformation of the Day: Lauren lost 80 pounds. She decided to change her life because she was faced with health concerns, like high blood pressure and constant migraines, at 27 years old. She got results by maintaining a calorie deficit, working out, and not letting one bad day take her off course.
Transformation of the Day: RaShandra lost 100 pounds. She considered weight loss surgery, but her doctor encouraged her to try the traditional route instead. She cut out foods that didn’t serve her, tracked her calories, and worked out. Check out her story.
Alize lost 82 pounds. Several factors motivated her to change, including a family history of diabetes and her profession as a nurse. Calorie counting, flexible dieting, and consistently working out is a winning combination for her.
Transformation of the Day: Shannon lost 76 pounds. This 26-year-old mom and Information Tech student overcame postpartum depression and domestic violence. She began by counting calories and sticking with a specific calorie goal. She also found healthier alternatives for her favorite foods and cut back on sugar and carbs. Check out her story.