In the last 15 weeks not only have I lost pounds and inches, but my workouts have improved tremendously and most importantly, my strength has not been sacrificed at all.
Our weekly check ins – emails, conversations, and texts – helped me find a starting point and see results in the first month, so much so that I adjusted my goals around my lifestyle (a lot of business traveling and a lot of kid responsibilities) so I could stay with it.
I was able to eat more calories and many more carbohydrates than I was previously eating yet I was steadily losing a pound or more per week. After 6 weeks, I lost 5.5 inches from my chest, waist, and hips and more than 6 pounds of pure fat – and I gained muscle.
I didn’t just learn “how” to but the “what” and “why” also became much more clear. I am leaner, stronger and sleep better. The difference is remarkable!!
Within 3 months of working with FitFlex Nutrition, I hit every goal that I set for myself! I have lost 7.7 pounds, 7.5 overall inches, and taken my body fat from 17.6% to 13.9%; all while eating the things I love.
The FitFlex program included a customized and personal plan, one on one coaching, tracking tools and community support. All of this combined provided me a system I could succeed within.
Steph didn’t give me a fish, she showed me how to change my life one good food choice at a time.
In 6 weeks, my stalled out body found new life and I’m finally realizing the results that I have sought for so long.
After years of undereating (and weighing more!), I am finally eating properly to fuel my body, and the results—well, they speak for themselves. My approach to food has completely changed, and I couldn’t be more grateful to Coach Steph for helping me figure this out.
Once I settled into the program, it wasn’t hard at all and I almost never felt hungry or deprived. In three months of working with Steph, I have achieved my goals and more.
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