I joined the Warrior Goddess tribe to help with my back injury. I’d injured my back a few times and had to stop running. I started with just 1 – 2 HIIT sessions per week. It was coming up to Christmas and I stopped. I found by Jan, I had gained 14 lbs since the previous year.
In Jan I went back to my low Cal diet 1200 – 1400 cals and back to the KB HIIT trainings. My weight gain wasn’t coming off. I then became a VIP member still doing my own diet programme doing 4-5 workouts a week and still my weight remained the same.
I wasn’t really convinced carb cycling would work. To be honest I was terrified I would gain weight. I had to eat 1900 – 2500 cals.
Before the challenge kicked off I read and read and re- read all the information on the carb cycling plan. I needed to understand the plan to give it my best shot.
The first 30 days passed I started to notice a difference in my body, mood and health. The second 30 days passed friends and family and fellow goddess started to notice the physical changes to my body. I am now on my 5 challenge. I have lost 14 lbs ++ but I’ve gained a body which I am proud off. My health has improved from hormone imbalances, improvement with my psoriasis and my mental health.
When I fully embraced the carb cycling formula and focused on 2 CURVY (leg day workouts) a week in addition to 1-2 HIIT workouts and everything changed really quickly.
I love kettlebell training as I am constantly being challenged, improving my fitness and strength. Lisa has a special knack of keeping all the classes interesting and fun!
The support from the tribe is genuine. Each member has a common goal : to better ourselves.
In order to get the best out of the carb cycling plan you must first understand it, then commit to it.
Then you need to step outside of your comfort zone – share your success on our FB page or feel silly asking a question. Not that any questions is silly! I guarantee you will receive a very warm reply.
I haven’t reached my own personal goals yet.
So if you decide to take up the challenge. I’ll be here to keep you company.”
Weightloss Achieved (lbs/kgs)16lbs
Body Measurements (cms lost)
Total cms lost25cms
Belly cms lost8cms
Waist cm lost6cms
Chest cm lost6cms
Tricep cm lost2cm