Lois Legere | The Fitness Asylum

Lois Legere

I started this weight loss journey and 12 week challenge at a time I needed it the most, as I was not at my heaviest weight I have ever been, but I was still 170lbs.
I needed it most. I have COPD which made things difficult. Also being on many steroid inhalers which do not help with my weight or exercise.

My confidence was extremely low, I was tired all the time, I didn’t know what to do to help. I am friends with Rachel Vincequere on my Facebook page and she was always posting for months and months about the fitness asylum. I have contemplated joining but my inner voice kept telling me you can’t do this.

But as I kept seeing more post and also have another friend who has done the challenge i kept going back to the website so finally i decided this is it
I need to do this and give it my all. So I joined the 12 week challenge.

What a remarkable program the staff is so supportive they truly understand how you feel, how to help you through the journey.

I lost a total of 24.5 pounds doing this challenge even more now as I am continuing on own. You learn how to keep a journal of your foods, track macros, learn what foods are good for you and portions. Bootcamps are amazing, you will develop so much strength and confidence but you can do this without bootcamps.

You get a supportive coach, supportive (alike) team members who become friends. Not once did I feel uncomfortable during this whole process, everyone was in it to accomplish the same thing. Including your Captain. Jess (my captain) was so helpful and if you fall off it’s ok get back up. my energy, confidence is through the roof I am so Happy where I am at I have about 15 lbs until I am at my goal weight. I have all the tools I need to continue my weight loss process. I highly suggest doing this challenge and definitely do not question it, it works!!! You will not regret it, this has been a life changing experience. I am so thankful for my new #FAmily .

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.