24 weeks Progress

Change doesn’t happen over night. It happens over weeks, months and years. The biggest factor in making change happen is consistency. Consistency with your workouts and more importantly your diet are the key factors in eliciting change. Working out every day will only get you so far if you don’t change what you’re eating. It’s really 70% diet, 30% gym.



Diets are not sustainable. They aren’t fun and they almost always have an end date. Instead, change your way of eating. Make healthy eating a lifestyle, not a temporary change. The same goes for working out. No one who got ever a hot body and kept it did so by working out for 12 weeks. They work our regularly all year round. You might not want to hear it, but it’s the truth. Although you might start eating healthy and working out to look good for summer, my hope is you keep doing those things because not only do they make you LOOK good, but more importantly make you FEEl good!



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  1. Just found your website , it’s awesome . I started macro counting and hated it . Now I just count calories , and it’s easier, fun and actually I see results faster. Lost 12 pounds in about 10 weeks. Started at 1650 calories to lose , now reverse dieting up to 1850 calories and maintaining my weight loss. Keep up the great work. I am a 47 year old mom and wife , and after about 27 years of dieting , this is the only thing that works. I prep my breakfast and lunch too.?

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    That’s amazing Gina! Way to go! You may not know this but you don’t have to count calories if you are hitting your macros just right. Your macros and calories are directly correlated because 1 gram of carbs = 4 calories, 1 grams of fat = 9 calories and 1 gram of protein = 4 calories. Just a fun fact I learned when starting =) Keep up the amazing work!!

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