Jennifer MacNamara | The Fitness Asylum

Jennifer MacNamara

“She was unstoppable not because she did not have failures or doubts, but because she continues on despite them “.

What an incredibly journey these past 12 weeks have been. I have always been into health and fitness, but I wanted to kick it up a notch and enter into the Fitness Asylum competition team. I would see these amazing transformations of several women and I always said “I’m def going to do that! I want to do that!” As time went on I made excuses and missed the enrollment period and I would say I would do it next time. Next time came, and I never went. I hit an all time low over the summer dealing with an unexpected heartbreak. My life was crumbled into pieces and I thought I would never get back to being my old self again. I needed a change, a challenge and needed to remind myself that I was still strong. So I said enough is enough, I can’t be that girl that says she’s going to do something and never speak. I finally bit the bullet and entered August 2018. This is exactly what I needed! I was surrounded by such strong and positive women that it helped made my heartbreak and dealing with life in general that much easier. These women have been such great role models that I hope to be half the woman that they are someday. This program brought me my self esteem and confidence back that I thought was lost a long time ago. When I was on stage, I felt right at home; that I belonged there. It’s certainly an indescribable feeling to say the least. I learned that despite all my hardships, heartaches and bumps in the road, I never ever gave up. There is still more work that needs to be done, but I’m excited for what’s to come in future competitions! Here’s to a healthier life, a happier life and a better me thanks to the Fitness Asylum!”

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.