Ron just finished our Masters 28 Day Transformation Challenge.
1.5% body fat
2lbs of lean muscle
“I’m moving so much better. I haven’t had anything do this much for me in a long time.”
Ron just finished our Masters 28 Day Transformation Challenge.
Elizabeth just finished our Masters 28 Day Transformation Challenge.
1.2% of body fat
.5lbs of lean muscle
“I feel so much better”
Wow oh Wow! What a story!
Hey, guys this a Micki Garza. Micki used to be sedentary, had different health issues, only ate once a day and slept only 3 hours. She got to a point where she knew that needed to change so she stepped into Sweat Factory East. With the patience and guidance of Head Coach Kevin, Micki started working out 3 days a week, she got a meal plan and started resting 7 to 8 hours per day. Because of those changes and support in her classes
in 3 months
she lost 21lbs, she
gained 1.1 pounds in muscle and
lost 8% body fat.
6 Week Challenge Finisher
Xomir lost 12lbs and 3% Bodyfat.
What did she learn:
“I lost my mom and aunt to breast cancer within the last 11 months and I was very sad.
I found that I need to keep myself healthy because breast cancer runs in my family.
I also found the ability to go through life with a positive attitude, happy, and healthy. This definitely changed my life.”
Chris started a 6 Week Challenge last November. His results have been incredible. He has lost 44 lbs without losing any lean muscle and an incredible 21% Bodyfat.
He is now at 8.5% BF and is now on a maintenance program of 80/20. You ROCK Christopher Sawallich!
“I came to Sweat Factory after hearing about the 6 week challenge as a way to get my health back on track. I was in the worst shape of my life, and by far the biggest, growing into a size of clothes that I did not like at all. I could feel a difference in little things , like being winded when walking up a flight of stairs that I did not like at all, nevermind being so tired at the end of the day that I was looking to head to the bedroom by 7pm every night. My wife and I moved to Florida a few years ago to enjoy it, but although I was enjoying the food, I was too tired to enjoy much else other than the couch.
At this point I saw a a facebook post about the 6 week challenge and as a someone who had completed crossfit quite some time ago I was intrigued. I went and spoke with Clint and saw how much he cared about his members and the different mindset of the crossfit of old that used to be all about the score of the Rx workout without care of injury or form. With the Sweat Factory approach of the Fit Class, Level Method and truly scaled WOD’s, I knew Sweat Factory was a good fit for myself I signed up immediately for the six week challenge.
As I progressed through the challenge, I found that the diet was a key component. Through the initial education and documentation it gave good knowledge to get started. By no means was it easy, from someone who has a very mobile job, a diet has always been a challenge. Meal prepping for the week was key. Without that I wouldn’t of had anywhere near the success I had. The first few weeks was a challenge, but it soon became routine and I found better ways to do things while keeping a vey balanced diet with calories under control. I was now eating less calories in a day than I was previously eating just in lunch alone. The first two weeks of Fit class were pretty rough, but continued to push through and held myself to not missing any of the three workouts weekly. Some nights it was tough to get home form work and head back out to the gym, but just would not let it hold me back from going. The toughest part was getting to the box, but once I was there, the fatigue became a non issue. The hardest part is getting there.. I didn’t even let Thanksgiving and Christmas get in the way. I made all three workouts for all six weeks and stayed true to my meal prep all seven days of the week, even with Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.
After completing the Six week challenge with great results, I felt conditioned enough to move over to the Crossfit side while continuing my health dietary habits. I continued the three day habit of working out, until challenged by another member to remain nameless …..Cheryl…😛 to up my schedule. I’ve since been hitting the box 4 to 5 days a week and couldn’t feel any better. I’m up until late at night now, have much more energy during the entire day, and am enjoying hearing at least three times a day from others about how much weight I’ve lost. I was not easy by any mean, but the challenge was well worth it. Myself and now my wife have developed some real quality eating habits, I fell and look better, and I’ve met some really awesome people from the family that Clint and Maci have built.
We have an amazing family. You inspire more than you know. Jennifer has one of those amazing personalities that you can’t help but like. She has completely turned her life around with hard work in and out of the box.
“7 months ago, I did something I never thought I’d do- I joined…gym isn’t quite the right word because Sweat Factory is so much more than that to me (more on that later). The last 7 months have resulted in:
a loss of 30 pounds (and still counting)
a loss of 15% body fat (I’m now in the healthy range!)
a gain of 4% muscle mass
dropped from a size 14 to a size 6 (and this is still changing)
So, how did I get here?
7 months ago, I was in a rough place. My brother encouraged me to check out Sweat Factory as he thought exercise might help me. I thought “What do I have to lose?” I set up a meeting with Clint to talk about the new 6 week program. When I arrived at the box for our meeting, I took one look at everyone working out and immediately thought, “Oh ‘heck’ no! This is not for me!” But after speaking with Clint, I decided to give the 6 week program a try. After all, if I didn’t like it, I could stop at the end of the program. I started attending the Factory Fit classes 3 days a week. It was rough. My body was not in shape. I had never exercised like this in my life. I could barely walk after the first few classes. However, about 3-4 weeks in, I started to attend classes 4 days a week and by week 6 I was there 5 days a week. Fast forward 6 months. I’m at the box 5-6 days a week and receive personal training 1 time a week. Working out has helped me manage some of my stress and anxiety. I’ve also started to step out of my comfort zone and try new things- like competing in the Intramural Open and the Festivus games. I absolutely love working out at the box and look forward to it everyday. However, my success isn’t just because of the workouts. It’s because of the amazing coaches who support, guide, and push me every step of the way. It’s also because of the amazing people I’ve met at the box. They’ve welcomed me with open arms and are just as supportive as the coaches. It often feels like a joined a family, not a gym. It’s been an amazing journey and I can’t wait to see what changes the next 7 months will bring. #chasinghappiness “