This is a perfect example of what happens when you approach fitness goals with health as a top priority, and also why you can’t rely on scale weight to track progress. On the left she is 58kgs, on the right she is 70kgs
In 2014, Lisa was eating about 900 calories per day with almost ZERO carbs, and her training routine involved weights AND cardio sessions daily. On the right in 2017, Lisa is doing 5 weights sessions, three cardio and her calories are (on average) 1800 per day. Carbs are around 170gms per day.
Physical changes aside, Lisa is healthier, stronger and happier in her fitness journey compared to when she started. She is also an awesome, very dedicated personal trainer….
Can’t wait for her to hit the stage for a second time this April!
Whether your goals are strength, health, or body composition focused, it is ESPECIALLY important for women to focus on training balance and a healthy metabolism for sustainable results. Patience, consistency and optimal health are key