With guidance from her coach, she embraced a holistic approach that focused on various aspects of her lifestyle, including nutrition, exercise, sleep, and hydration.
Brenda lost 60 pounds by switching up her eating habits and walking twice a day. She worked with a weight loss specialist who gave her the fitness and nutrition guidance she needed.
This 52 year old reached out to an online coach after seeing the results he achieved with other black women. She got the support and guidance she needed to reach her goal of wearing a two-piece swimsuit.
She wanted to get in better shape as a girls’ basketball coach and be active with her daughters, who play sports. By making practical lifestyle changes, she has transformed.
Her journey began on the day she noticed how much she’d let herself go. When she got on the scale, she couldn’t believe the number she saw. By figuring out what foods her body needs and committing to fitness, she regained control of her life and body.
Following her weight loss coach’s guidance, she traded fast and processed food for healthy food and started meal prepping. She also committed to doing cardio.
Dye lost 45 pounds postpartum. We’ve featured her story before, and now she’s giving us an update on her journey after giving birth to her second child. She’s a health coach, so she put her knowledge of clean keto to work.
Transformation of the Day: Dalilah lost 45 pounds by fueling her body with healthy food and working out. Not only has she released the weight and kept it off for years, but she is on a mission to help people transform mentally and physically.
Transformation of the Day: Katisha lost 23 pounds and lots of inches with healthier eating habits and exercise. She is a busy entrepreneur, coach, and military trainer. Her daughter helps her stay motivated and on track.
Transformation of the Day: Marissa lost 27 pounds. This busy School Psychologist, wife, and mom wanted to be healthier, have more energy, and change her eating habits. With help from her coach, she learned the power of macros, intermittent fasting, accountability, and above all, consistency.