since childhood, becca had struggled with poor body image. she wanted nothing more than to fit in, to be “skinny” like her seemingly perfect classmates, to escape the relentless name-calling and bullying at the hands of her peers. naturally an active kid, she took up dance class in middle school, which helped her shed some weight, but still she battled body dysmorphia, eventually triggering a vicious cycle of fad diets, bingeing, diet pills and anorexia.
in the process, becca also discovered a passion for weightlifting and fitness, ultimately leading her to become a Beachbody coach to help others achieve their fitness goals. but her weight was still fluctuating. she realized that in order to figure out what was hindering her progress, she needed to keep a close watch on her workouts and food intake. she tried a spiral notebook, but felt disorganized. she tried My Fitness Pal, but became obsessed with the numbers and fell back into her old habit of not wanting to eat. it wasn’t until she found fitbook that becca was finally able to identify the problem, subsequently dropping 40 pounds and finally finding the confidence within herself to pursue her dream of competitive fitness.
fitbook in her own words:
fitbook is the one and only thing I’ve used that has really helped me because it’s a lifestyle, not a diet or a quick fix.
now a certified personal trainer and Beachbody coach, becca is also in school working toward a nutritional science degree. happier and more self-accepting than she’s ever been in her life, she is already setting her sights on 2016 competitions. and her trusty little fitbook will be with her every step of the way. you rock, becca! we’re so happy to be an instrument of your success.
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