It’s no secret that I’ve struggled with my weight the majority of adulthood. Beyond emotional eating issues, I simply love great tasting food and consider myself too busy (or maybe too lazy) to workout.
I’ve tried everything. Some of it worked, most didn’t. I really don’t have time to workout daily much less cook healthy, so fast food became a way of life.
Unfortunately, last November, I found myself once again overweight and out of shape.
Well, that has changed!
Here are my Spring Results and a before/after picture:
Pounds Lost: -22.5
Fat Pounds Lost: -39.2 (My body is burning a LOT of fat)
Body Fat %: 38.2% (Obese) to 24.5% (Normal)
Total Inches Lost: A Ridiculous amount!
The Utopia Food & Fitness program WORKS! Better yet, it’s convenient, and the food tastes great.
Here’s how it works: I visit the Utopia Café & Gym (based in Plano) twice a week, weigh in and workout for less than 20 minutes. Then, after the short workout, I pick up my freshly prepared food and eat healthy, nutritious food throughout the day.
That’s IT! They currently have one location in Plano, with a second location in the works for Dallas on August 1st.
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