I just wrapped up my 21 Day Kickstart program with Kelly of Iron Mobility Fitness (IMF) and, as promised, I wanted to share my experience and a special offer from IMF!
Check out my kickoff review here to understand what the program included. To be totally transparent, I told Kelly from the beginning that personal training wasn't my favorite and that I wasn't going to change up my workouts. I was already doing CrossFit twice a week, spinning once, yoga once, and then adding in a cardio/strength day for a total of 5 workouts a week. I love my group fitness classes that I participate in, so I thought that the at home workouts from Train Heroic weren't going to fit in my plan.
However, I did train with Kelly twice at Powell Fitness. Both times I trained with her, I could hardly walk the next day (the good kind of sore!). Those 60 minute sessions kicked my butt and I had fun with her while doing them, which is something I've rarely been able to say before after working with a personal training.
Early on in the program, Kelly really dialed in on my nutrition. As a vegetarian, I eat pretty healthy and I thought I was fueling my body properly. But, I wasn't getting nearly as much protein as I should and I was eating similar portion sizes as my husband. Kelly gave me a macronutrient plan to follow that included over 100 grams of protein a day. This was the biggest shift in my diet over the three week period.
Kelly also suggested that I incorporate more cardio in my workouts simply by adding another one or two 30 minute runs or spins a week.
At the conclusion of the 21 days, I was down 6 lbs and .8% in body fat. I considered this a big success and attribute the weight loss to the cardio and nutrition guidance from Kelly. If I would have followed her training program more intensely, I'm sure my results would have been even greater!
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Ryan and Kelly of Sweat Local Columbus