the only bad workout is the one that didn't happen
the only bad workout is the one that didn't happen

News Detail

Real-Life Health & Fitness Success Stories

Real-Life Health & Fitness Success Stories

It might be just a matter of losing some pounds of extra fat or adopting a healthy lifestyle, but the struggle behind those fitness success stories is real. Now, we’re not saying it’s a gruesome mission to accomplish, but the transformative process these people go through are life-changing. Let’s see some real-life examples of how people actually met their fitness goals:


Jaw-Dropping Weight Drop

The 31-year-old Jacqueline Tufino showed it’s possible for you to lose even hefty and stubborn fatty layers through a home workout. She states she dropped a massive 102 pounds in just ten months all by two things: calorie counting and doing exercise at home. As you can see, consistency and dedication are the secret ingredients to this transformative success story.

 

Saying Goodbye to Meds

With time and age, many of us might be prescribed medications to deal with different chronic conditions. And while many of us have to succumb to this “inevitable” reality of life, this 73-year-old lady Joan McDonald chose to row the boat against the wind and strive for a healthier lifestyle free from medications – now that’s a great motivation for people looking out for a way to avoid or limit their medications. She has a huge numbers of followers on Instagram and she is inspiring many by posting her fitness stories regularly.

 

Breaking the Cycle of Addiction

Take Heather Bulumakau, for example. Not only she came out of her alcohol drinking problem, but also she incorporated exercise in her life – all without professional help. Heather says she became fed up with being stuck in the vicious cycle of alcoholism and watching her physical and mental health going down the drain. But soon she took hold and adapted to a better habit one at a time, she was able to take herself out of it, and is now an inspiration for the people in her circle. You can also check her stories on Instagram.

 

Fighting like a Super Mom

Chiedza Nziramasanga got diagnosed with Fibroids during her pregnancy, gave birth to a premature child, handled postpartum depression, and still transformed her life through exercise and taking care of her diet – if a superwoman like her can do it, you can too! She shares stories of her fitness routine with her daughter on her Instagram account. Go now and check her out for more motivation.

 

Age is Just a Number

Lloyd Black comes to a fitness center regularly in his comfortable overall to maintain his levels. Not surprised yet? He is doing so at the age of 90 – if he can do it, there’s surely no excuse for you to say you are too “old” for taking care of your fitness levels. Fitness knows no age, and with the right environment and mindset, you can feel youthful at any age if you take care of your fitness and well-being.

 

Get Back on Your Feet!

Nakeshia Thompson fractured her ankle and was considered to be immobilized for a long time. But she didn’t take it negatively and decided to work for a healthy lifestyle through incorporating a healthier time, and as time passed, she was ready to walk and do running – what a win!


Nothing’s holding you back from making healthier changes to your life, and if these real-life examples can do it, so can you!


Write a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published

Comment are moderated