I ended up losing about 5kg and have gone down at least a dress size which is amazing! I’m feeling fitter and much more in control of my eating.

This is Emma’s 6 Week Transformation Unicorn Challenge Success Story

Emma Mills, 37

ACT, Australia

 

I ended up loosing about 5kg and have gone down at least a dress size which is amazing! I’m feeling fitter and much more in control of my eating.

I commenced my 6 week challenge feeling a bit apprehensive. But I’d tried for a whole year to make a change in my body shape (I just had to lose weight.) I just couldn’t get any momentum, even if I ate ‘healthy’ and I was doing three days a week of hr functional training and a slow jog a few times a week, the weight was so slow in coming off I’d give up and binge and then I’d be back at the beginning again.

So, all into being a warror goddess. I committed, I prioritised, I organised and I followed the food plan and exercised when I was supposed to, and not more (though it’s hard to trust the process when you have been used to hour long sessions day after day).

I had a few miss steps with my food over the course of the weeks, some emotional binging – I use food as a self harm tool I’ve discovered. And with two young kids, sleep, or rather lack of, can prove an enemy to motivation, self discipline. But I committed.

I loved the kettlebell training, especially shoes off, it makes the experience more meditative, a practice, rather than training. And it’s easy to prioritise the sprints when you know the hard bit is only 4 minutes.

I really used the Facebook group page every day, I almost miss the posting of my food daily and taking a moment to reflect on my day. Plus the encouragement and support from other challengers was really helpful.

Lisa’s enthusiasm, dedication and obviously huge interest in women’s health and wellbeing, and spirituality and empowerment has been inspiring and evoked much trust very quickly. I really admire and respect her and I’m so pleased to have discovered her program. It’s been a real game changer for me.

I ended up losing about 5kg and have gone down at least a dress size (which is amazing!) I’m feeling fitter and much more in control of my eating. I’m hanging out to do some training, but know it can be a walk in the park with momentum rather than killing myself.

I think it’s just understanding as I move into a different phase in life and I need to listen, learn and rediscover my inner warrior.”

STATS:

Weightloss Achieved (lbs/kgs)

12 lbs

Body Measurements (cms lost)

  • Total cms lost

    32 cm
  • Belly cms lost

    9 cm
  • Waist cm lost

    6 cm
  • Chest cm lost

    3 cm
  • Tricep cm lost

    1 cm

Fitness & Strength

  • How Many Push Ups (total number)

    Before 8 After 15
  • How long can you Plank (mins & secs)

    Before 37 seconds After 38 seconds
  • How long can you Wall Sit (mins & secs)

    Before 25 seconds After 45 seconds

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Whether you feel like you don’t have the time, never stuck to a plan before, you have no idea how to swing a kettlebell, or you’re totally adverse to cooking — we ALL start somewhere.

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