It’s the nutrition, you guys.
Check out this comparison photo — me today (1/2/2018), vs. me a year ago (1/12/2017).
I started the AbsoluteFit Challenge 2.0 last March, and as I mentioned here — several times — the hardest part of it for me was the eating. I didn’t want to change my habits, I didn’t want to learn about better choices; I wanted to magically melt off extra pounds and reveal muscles merely by working out.
It. doesn’t. work. that. way.
Laura Hsu was a key part of the challenge for me — she had me take a quiz that revealed just how unhelpful my eating habits were for my goals, and gave me tips for making it better. I listened, I applied what she said — and it worked. I started day one of the challenge at 149.8 lbs. This morning, that number was 126 lbs. even — plus, look at that muscle definition! Woooooo!!!!
Wanna get in on this? You’re in luck — there is an AbsoluteNutrition challenge beginning January 13, with a couple of spots left. It includes private nutrition sessions, weekly meal plans & recipes, a Facebook support group, group sessions, 2x/wk AbsoluteFit sessions, and lots more. Register today!
—Lydia M. | AbsoluteFIT Blogger at AVAC®
Lydia Markoff is an Almaden-area writer, mom, and fitness enthusiast with Texas roots, a New York education, and a Californian heart. She plays bass, reads a lot, watches too much TV, and can be found in the AbsoluteFIT studio three to five times a week. Her life goals include having a body like Linda Hamilton’s in Terminator 2, and/or having Bill Murray randomly crash a party she is attending. If you need something from her, try bribing her with good coffee or cold beer; odds are, she wants one or the other of those right now.