Margaret Hart | The Fitness Asylum

Margaret Hart

I started my transition in August 2015, I was 56 years old. At that time my weight was 175-180 pounds and I was working out 3 times a week, sometimes for a couples of hours, but my weight and the way my clothes fit never changed. My work out buddy told me she was doing this bikini challenge at Fitness Asylum! Mind you I had been to a few of the FA body challenge finality and never thought twice about joining! Always wondering why I’m not losing weight after all I worked out. Well at another one of these FA body challenge finality I saw one of the ladies I had seen months before and now she was ripped, I mean like glowing and every muscle was in place. I soon found out she had won the bikini challenge. I was like wow! With that and my friends Maria and Sharon telling me to give it a try, I said hell if this chick Bonnie can make my tits shrink and stop my thighs from rubbing together, I will be her new best friend. Well let me tell you, my thighs don’t rub, I went from a DD to a C !! it was an unbelievable process, I lost 30 pounds my first bikini challenge, although I didn’t compete I knew I would do it again, I was now fitting into clothes I haven’t worn in years!!

I’ve now done my second bikini competition and I’m down overall 40 pounds, I place 4th in the FA program, a total surprise as I was already a winner; I had followed the meal plan, did the bootcamps, my walks, and I didn’t even complain when coach said hot yoga 3 times before competition. That was different after the hard code bootcamps, but I did it! I’m in the best shape that I have ever been!!

The key is in eating clean, I know people use to say that to me and I’m like what is eating clean…. Well the fitness asylum programs will teach you, all my teams mates made unbelievable progress, I’m hooked, I love the workouts, meal plans, the instructors, coach Bonnie, and my bikini friends!!

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.