Transformation of the Day: LaShaunda lost 72 pounds. At the beginning of 2020, she began to focus on herself, spiritually, mentally, and physically. She changed her eating habits, walked daily, and fell in love with herself again as she created a healthy lifestyle.
Zakiya lost 43 pounds by changing her eating habits and working out 4-5 days a week. She was tired of stress eating, and she was tired of how weight had affected her life since elementary school. Her goal was simply to be fit and healthy.
Transformation of the Day: Rosemarie lost 41 pounds with healthy food and exercise. This Physical Therapist will turn 57 this month, and she is thriving. Her life changed after she broke her ankle, had surgery, and had to be inactive for three whole months. After this setback, she decided it was time for a lifestyle change.
Angela lost 50 pounds by changing her eating habits and working with a supportive personal trainer. Her journey began after her doctor advised her to lose some pounds and stop eating fast food. She wants to be a healthy example for her grandchildren and feel good, both inside and out.
Transformation of the Day: Tynisha lost 110 pounds. She is genuinely passionate about health care and has aspirations to one day become a physician. However, she felt like that passion was not reflected back to her when she looked in the mirror. By adopting the Ketogenic diet, practicing intermittent fasting, and working out, she has transformed.
Shanti lost 60 pounds. Depressed and tired of the yo-yo cycle of the weight loss roller coaster, she decided to use the pandemic as an opportunity to focus on herself and her health. By changing her mindset, working out, and cutting out unhealthy food, she has transformed.
Jennifer lost 72 pounds. This journey wasn’t just about the pounds for her. It was about health and creating a new lifestyle. She changed her life by cutting out junk food, meal prepping, and making exercise a priority.
Transformation of the Day: Dean’na lost 75 pounds and became a Certifed Personal Trainer. Before she started her journey, she dealt with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, pre-diabetes, and swelling in her feet and ankles. Now, she is training to do her first bodybuilding competition at 51 years old.
Keisha lost 54 pounds. After years of not making herself a priority, her health suffered and the weight piled on. One day, she decided that she no longer wanted to be at the mercy of pain medication. Instead of just dieting, she took steps to create a healthy lifestyle. Now, she’s thriving.
Transformation of the Day: Rysse lost 63 pounds. She shared with us that part of her motivaiton is that she doesn’t want to lose another organ due to bad eating habits. She started her journey after having emergency surgery. By making practical changes to her eating habits and working out 3-5 days a week, she has transfomed.