Before joining The Transformation Club in 2014, I had not been in a regular workout routine in a fitness facility. We have a gym at the office where I work so I tried some sessions with a personal trainer, but that was limited. I later tried a local gym but only used the elliptical machine and got bored. I did some yoga classes but could never find a good yoga “home.” At 40-something I was “skinny-fat” with no muscle tone and I was out of shape. I wanted to get stronger, have more energy, and improve my overall health, but I wasn’t motivated to figure it out on my own.
I first heard about The Transformation Club through Janell’s 21-Day Detox Challenge. I learned so much about nutrition and how food affects the way I feel. This was key to take the next step to try the workouts…
However, right when I decided to join, I broke my wrist. I was concerned about recovery, but I was assured that they would accommodate my still-healing wrist...and they did! I received a warm welcome and the coaches and members were encouraging. I also realized that everyone has strengths and weaknesses and opportunities to grow and be challenged so I wasn’t any different that way.
In addition to gaining strength and improving my muscles, I’ve also gotten much healthier. I’ve been able to lower my cholesterol, and my lung doctor is really happy with where things are at. At over 50, my broken wrist is a distant memory, my arms are strong, and I’m in the best shape of my life...which gives me the energy to keep up with my three active sons. I also do yoga at The Transformation Club and I love it!
Something else to point out is all the mindset training and deeper learning The Club provides. It’s really improved the way I live and grow each day and how I interact with my family, friends, and co-workers. I am much happier, motivated, and confident. This has been a huge benefit at home, plus it has highly impacted my career in a positive way, as well. I am continually inspired by The Transformation Club staff and my fellow members to be the best version of me.”