Elizabeth Curry | The Fitness Asylum

Elizabeth Curry

Gratitude. As I sit here and reflect on the whirlwind weekend I just had, I am so deeply grateful. I struggled for years with excess weight. I have been to doctors and talked to nutritionists. I have tried spinning classes, over 2 dozen triathlons, pilates, Crossfit and various diets. Then, one day, I walked into a dance class where a woman was talking about her Bikini Transformation team. Curious, I went home and started Googling.

As I sat there reading about Bonnie Lefrak and The Fitness Asylum, I had a lot of doubt in my head, but with 30 pounds of excess weight, what did I have to loose other than said 30 pounds? So, I dove in. Little did I know that not only would I transform my body, but I transformed my life.

People ask, how can I be on such a restrictive meal plan? But, I don’t look at it that way. I look at the program as something I am choosing. I am choosing what I am going to put into my body. I am choosing health and fitness, and I am choosing to leave those extra pounds behind me. I am not in the frame of mind where I “can’t” have something, but, rather, I am in the frame of mind where I just don’t eat doughnuts or muffins or bagels with cream cheese. They are not for me because I choose something else that makes me feel better, clears my skin, rids me of eczema and puts a little extra confidence in my stride. I am a happier person.

I am a better mom and wife. And, I know I can keep going and there is always room to be better, so that is what I choose. I am grateful I found the path that works for me, and that this program has a tribe of people that are right there with me.

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.