Michelle Blum | The Fitness Asylum

Michelle Blum

After battling weight issues and illness for many years, my sister asked me to join in on a body challenge in April 2013! I gladly accepted the challenge. I started that challenge at 202 pounds, I had little desire to do anything. Depression and illness had taken its toll on me. During that challenge I lost 25 pounds and felt amazing! Bonnie and the staff at the Fitness Asylum had shown me the way to a healthy lifestyle!

But I wanted something more!!!

Over the next year I continued going to boot camp classes and doing other things on my own. One day I saw that the Fitness Asylum had started a new challenge called the bikini challenge. This was just what I was looking for. What better way to build your self confidence then to get on stage in a bikini to show off all your hard work! But I was in no way close to in shape enough to do that!! Could I do it? Only time will tell.

So in August of 2014 I went for it and joined the bikini challenge! I started out on August 17th at a rate of 171. 7 pounds and quite “fluffy” as my kids would call me. But I was determined to get the results that the others had in the first bikini challenge.
Bonnie’s program is AMAZING!!! Her staff of instructors that run all the different types of classes are the best of the best! The clients both men and women are so supportive of each other and make the hard work that much more enjoyable!
At the end of the 12 week challenge I stepped on stage in the best shape of my life……. I could not remember the last time I looked into the mirror and felt that wonderful!!!

I weighed in on the day of the show at 137. 8 pounds. I had lost 33. 9 pounds and many, many inches!! OUTSTANDING!!!
Since joining the Fitness Asylum in 2013, I have lost a total of 64 pounds and gone from a size 14 to a size 6 🙂 🙂
Bonnie and her programs have not only changed but saved my life! Pictures don’t lie! It works!!

Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. This training is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider before undertaking rigorous physical training.