Over a couple of years, people have become more health conscious and are following the latest trend in the fitness world. Did you know about this latest trend in the fitness industry? Well, fitness freaks are now documenting their weight loss and body building journey with the intention of motivating themselves as well as others. Wanna know how they are documenting their success journey?
Let’s glean through some of the most inspiring body transformations:
Jennifer Nicole Lee
Jennifer Nicole Lee was born in the year 1975 and is an American fitness model, actress, motivational orator, and novelist. She is well-known for shedding around 70 pounds and beginning a career as a fitness leading light after bearing two children.
Lee told that she had never been from an athletic background whatsoever, and further added that she had undergone her own share of struggle while losing those extra pounds. She used to weigh up to 170 pounds when she got tied a nuptial knot and gained quite a lot of weight during her both pregnancies, in due course reaching she touched 200 pounds after the birth of her second child.
For 33-year-old Adam Waters, get rid of the extra pounds proved to be very problematic. An English teacher living in Japan, he loved to dine in local foods and avoided workouts. When he ultimately decided to lose weight, he looked up for some motivation. So he began to photograph himself every day and posted those pictures on his blog for the people across the globe to see.
After exact 84 days, Waters had absolutely changed his body. He compiled all the pictures together so as to make a virtual flipbook, and uploaded the video online. Since then, his achievement has procreated a series of online “missions,” where he still documents his efforts to get as slim as possible.
Amer “The Hammer” Kamra’s individual makeover took just about 5 months. This is evidence that any person can do it who is working hard in right direction.
Cynthia Gonzales is an NPC Bikini Fitness Model Body and Lifestyle Transformation Specialist. Oh My Gosh! The lady has worked literally very hard to get that completely toned body. Guys all you need to do is to stay focused.
Little motivation can do wonders:
Aren’t you guys feeling amazed looking at the drastic transformation in this lady? I am amazed and thinking a ‘little’ motivation can certainly do wonders and 100 pounds can be reduced easily provided you are determined and dedicated.
Another good example:
What a transformation I would say? From huge belly pooch and love handles to chiseled and toned abs.
Peter Ajello was successful in losing 200 pounds in 16 months. Back in 2008, Peter used to weigh about four hundred and five pounds and had unrestrained diabetes, precariously-high cholesterol, and suffered from incapacitating gout spasms in his legs. He could hardly make it up a flying of stairs or nearby his block and used to wear a 5XL shirt and a dimension 56 pant.
He began his fight against his ailments alone by regularly walking around the block and putting an end to his bad habit of having pizza and beer every day. At first, he wriggled to make it just once around and every step ached with soreness and guiltiness. But he didn’t stop. To his surprise, eventually he lost fifty pounds. Peter was ultimately felt inspired when his close friends told him about the change they noticed in him. On August 1, 2008, Peter’s friends took him out for dinner where they made him a proposition which he couldn’t decline- they gave him two post-dated checks worth $5,000 and $10,000 if he could shed another 100 pounds by New Year’s Eve. That’s how he got all pumped up.
Joshua Sundquist is a Paralympian and a record-breaking writer and motivational orator. Unfortunately, he lost his left leg to cancer when he was hardly 9 years old. Later, he became a Paralympic ski racer. His biography, Just Don’t Fall: How I grew up, Conquered Illness, and Made it Down the Mountain, was launched in January 2010.
Six years after enduring a fight with cancer and losing his leg, Sundquist initiated with ski racing. At the age of 17 years, he relocated to Colorado to follow the sport around the clock. After the Paralympics, he successfully became the winner of the Body-for-Life contest which was held in the year 2006. His ski-racing jingle is “1mt, 1mt” which stands for “1 More Thing, 1 More Time.”
Heather Bear’s amazing body transformation has definitely set a very motivational example for many people out there who are struggling with their weight loss goals.