Recently, a group of qualified Metabolic Precision Specialists completed the Ab Factory Ultimate Role Model Challenge. Not only did they put themselves in their clients' shoes and make themselves fully accountable to us, but their “big reveal” performances were also live-streamed in front of 10,000 members in the MP page. This is their story.
Transformation Specialist: Christine Brooks
Business Name: Christine's Transformations
I did the Role Model Challenge to inspire females to embrace weight-training!
Lifting weights has been such a big part of my life for the last 4 years and has completely transformed my body shape and my confidence.
Constantly striving to become stronger has taught me that there is no failing when it comes to a transformation. With every program that you complete you are just gathering information. What did I do well and what can I do better?
Use this knowledge for your next program - it's a never ending process. Even if the end goal is 6 months away, your result is an accumulation of what you've done for the whole year not just in the final stages of the challenge. I think this piece of advice is important for everyone to understand!
(Christine wants to inspire all women to lift weights)
I had plenty of challenges along the way and in particular I learnt that just because you have created good habits in the past, doesn't mean you will keep them. You have to work at this every day. If your environment changes (career, routine, sleep, stress) your habits and your metabolic classification will change too.
I experienced this a lot at the beginning of the year and put continuous effort into creating new routines that weren't based around a 9-5 office job.
My biggest piece of advice is not to treat MP like a diet. As soon as you do this you will be very disappointed. It is a journey that involves changing your lifestyle one step at a time, and after 8 programs I feel like I am only just getting started.
Check out Christine's big reveal video here
I learn best through experience, if I am struggling with something there is a good chance someone else feels the exact same way.
I hope I can make others feel a little less alone in their own journey.
PS: You can read more about Christine here.
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