They Knew What To Do
Real people, unreal results. Really.
Our proven program has helped countless people of all ages, sizes and shapes reach their goal(s).
Our clients had one thing in common: they had trouble staying consistent with their diet and/or exercise and were honest with themselves in realizing they needed some help.
Now, they're all success stories with the right mindset, skills and habits to keep the weight off for good.
17 pounds gone. Carla spent years trying to lose the same 15 pounds, and even though she worked in healthcare, wasn't following her own advice.
15 pounds gone. After trying on his own for years, and hearing someone else talk about the power of a coach, he decided to finally give it a try.
21 pounds gone. Despite Laura formally learning about nutrition, she looked and felt terrible, and was stuck. She could not lose weight and was desperate.
40 pounds gone. If anyone knows how to lose weight, it’s Dr. Kayla. But knowing and doing are two different things, and she couldn't do it on her own.
28 pounds gone. John didn't feel like he needed to lose weight but when his wife lost 13 pounds in 4 weeks with us, he was inspired.
13 pounds gone. Andy always regretted how he looked in the pictures from his first wedding. With his second one fast approaching, he had a chance at a redo.
35 pounds gone. Peggy is lifetime member of Weight Watchers and during her lifetime "lost and gained back over 200 pounds." She wanted a permanent fix.
30 pounds gone. No matter what Kristine tried, the result was the same. She'd have early success and then gain back the weight plus. She felt desperate.
32 pounds gone. Amy, a former personal trainer, had gone to the doctor with the self-diagnosis of hypothyroidism to try and explain her weight gain.
50 pounds gone. Having tried every diet imaginable, Tammi thought therapy was the only way to re-wire her brain and control her eating habits.
25 pounds gone. After trying hundreds of diets over the last 50 years, Jacque wonders why it took her so long to realize she couldn't do it by herself.
10 pounds gone. As a busy cardiologist, Shannon knew what she "should" do to lose weight but couldn't do it consistently.
18 pounds gone. Unhappy with her "weight creep" in the last few years, Kathy wanted to lose it but in a healthy and sustainable way.
15 pounds gone. A yo-yo dieter with an unhealthy relationship with food, Jaimie was convinced she could do it on her own but finally realized she couldn't.
20 pounds gone. Virginia knew she "should" eat well and exercise but could never get herself to do it consistently.
40 pounds gone. What Jeremy (a former marine) was doing on his own wasn't working. He thought MBT was perfect but was hesitant to sign up.