Traci first came to Primal Conditioning after the encouragement from a co-worker. She walked in the door with zero history of exercise, but a laundry list of diets that she had tried over the years. In the past, Traci had success in loosing 20, 25 even 40 pounds only to feel miserable, tired, sluggish and gain it all back again.
The only way Traci knew how to reach her goals was to eat a measly 1,200 calories a day. She loves big portions, potatoes, convenience foods, and desserts, and she knew deep down that her yo-yo dieting and rebound periods of overeating the wrong types of food would ultimately not lead her to long term success.
Traci was uncomfortable with her body and would frequently take pain killers to reduce to discomfort associated with a sedentary lifestyle, poor posture and excess weight around the middle. She looked into her own future, by looking to her family healthy history. Seeing first hand how a life time of being sedentary and over consuming chemical-laden foods had caught up to family, she knew she could prevent that from happening to her by getting healthy and active before her weight took a toll on her metabolism, joints, and hormones, to name a few.
Traci has lost 25 pounds so far… but this isn’t new – she’s lost 25 pounds multiple times before! In fact, since starting at Primal Conditioning, this is the longest its taken to drop those 25 pounds. However, Traci is healthier than ever:
Her hormones are functioning perfectly
She has the metabolism of someone 20 years younger
She’s dropped multiple clothing sizes
Has gained muscle tone,
and most importantly of all…. she has done this all in a sustainable way.
She will NEVER see a weight on the scale that starts with a “2”. She will NEVER have to yo-yo diet again. She will NOT gain back the 25 pounds and then some.
All because her nutrition plan allowed for the occasional splurge, was not restrictive what so ever, her workouts were challenging without being exhausting, and she kept the long term goal in mind.
Traci works a typical 9-5 office job, doesn’t do hours of cardio, eats plenty of nutritious food, and doesn’t have to give up her weekends or free time to get fit. We all have the same 24 hours! If you are smart about planning your workouts and nutrition, it can be as sustainable and enjoyable for you, as it has been for Traci.