Reviews - Fit for Freelance

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How Chris Dropped 20 Pounds and Has More Energy for His Kids

Chris noticed his weight creeping up, but it was a moment of acute stress that led him to the doctor. He was fine… except his stress and cholesterol were too high.

His shifting work schedule made it hard to find time for exercise and healthy meals without feeling like he was forcing it. He got the Guilt-free Gameplan for fast expertise to understand nutrition and simple changes to take time for himself.

Chris loved how goal-setting with the vision and focus exercise made day-to-day decisions for better health feel natural. His main focus? Having more energy for his kids!

Building his accountability and strength with the Gameplan makes it easy to move around with his little ones, with more energy throughout the day. He also enjoys the mental clarity at work, with superhero recall of specific details and stats.

His cholesterol is down and he’s 20 pounds lighter
. But my favorite result was how he built self-compassion by actually keeping time scheduled for his own needs, like his health.

Now he’s got more energy for kindness and empathy for everyone, including the ones he loves most! Read the transcript blog post

How Carley built consistency and re-learned to love her body with the Guilt-free Gameplan

Carley's struggle with finding a routine caused her weight to fluctuate, which led to her to feel self-conscious instead of confident. She would go back and forth trying restrictive fad diets, feeling out of control, etc. for the last 4 years.

She decided it was time to make a change, so she got the Guilt-free Gameplan for guidance and coaching. She also got confidence, self-love, and consistency. Carley liked how the weekly calls gave her accountability and helped her build realistic health habits so she could lose weight. But the weight loss isn't the most important thing- it trickled into her work, career, income, and travel goals, and she launched her dream businessIn the Kitchen with Carley.

Now she's as ready as ever to spread positivity and inspire people around her! Read the transcript post
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Sam F. Data Analyst / Consultant

I succeeded in my main goal- to refocus on taking care of myself

I had 2 desserts and NO ICE CREAM, which was a very big accomplishment for me. I lost 4 pounds and 2” from my waist. Coming into this challenge, I was worried that I was changing too much at once and would not succeed. But I found the guidelines to help me, the group to motivate me, and even though I faltered in some areas, I felt that I succeeded in my main goal- to refocus on taking care of myself.

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Bob O Bond Attorney / Dad

One Belt Notch Skinnier (and a Championship!)

One belt notch skinnier! People are calling me svelte, which is apparently what you call a hairy man who loses a bit of weight. Before the challenge, my stats through 10 games were:

.225 batting average/ .314 on base %/ .247 slugging, with on base plus slugging (OPS) of .561.

Fall ball started right after the challenge. The first day, I made a diving catch I would've had no chance at in the Spring.

My energy and confidence are very high- went 2 for 4 at the plate against one of the best pitchers in the league. Got a compliment that I was faster last weekend (not from my wife, from a teammate). My post Fit for Freelance training numbers were Through 9 games this season:

.388/.492 /.429 with OPS of .920. Moving up in the batting order too.

Last week, the team ordered new jerseys, but accidentally got me a large instead of an XL. Surprisingly, it fits (although I'd like more room in the chest and shoulders). Great way to start a season! (Bob's team won the championship that season)

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Bob O. Bond Attorney / Dad

Losing weight, batting great!

One belt notch skinnier! People are calling me svelte, which is apparently what you call a hairy man who loses a bit of weight. Last week, the team ordered new jerseys, but accidentally got me a large instead of an XL. Surprisingly, it fits (although I'd like more room in the chest and shoulders). Great way to start a season!

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Summer B. Mom and Nursing Student

“I liked the fact that you were holding me accountable."

I needed a challenge and I like the fact that you were holding me accountable by asking how I was doing during the challenge. ​When I saw you were doing the challenge yourself with no drinking, I gotta say that’s what truly grabbed my attention.

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Brett G. Engineer / Dad

I thought I would mess up...

keeping up with the exercise. [My fear] did not come true. I was able to consistently wake up in the morning before work to get in exercise. The improved work/life balance has lowered the stress and helped with my sleep and waking up at 5:30am. My favorite result was improved energy and body image.