Tracee Arnup: "You have to fall in love with the process."

Recently, a group of qualified trainers 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 directly into their Facebook community pages. This is their story.

Transformation Specialist: Tracee Arnup

Business Name: Tracee's Transformations

At the awards night I was privileged enough to be awarded a finalist in the female transformation category. Paul asked me, "how and what's kept me on this path for so long?"….

Well at the time when he asked, I went blank. One reason being that I have a fear of public speaking and the second being I really didn’t have an answer.

I think a lot of people get caught up in feeling like they must love every single part of the process in order to achieve their goal and feel relevant, you don’t.

You see many pieces make up a whole. It takes a lot of steps to get to the destination and not all of it is pretty. You don’t have to like all of it, but if you’re passionate about it, it all adds up to making it all worth it and that’s what matters.

So yeah I probably still haven’t answered the question, but I’m no different than anyone else. I’ve just fallen in love with my process that I’ve created, and that’s the best part.

It's been a long road for Tracee, but she loves the journey

I have been at my heaviest of 103kg and my lowest at 52kg, all in the pursuit of thinking that being a certain weight will make me a better/happier/content person.

Believe me, being at either end of the scale never changed who I was. All it did was prove that I could not maintain either, and it fuelled my depression for years.

Tracee went live inside her community page to perform her Big Reveal for her clients

Every time I've let go of my fears, great things have happened:

  1. The fear of judgement of others;
  2. The fear that I'm doing it the wrong way;
  3. The fear that I'm not doing a good job;
  4. The fear of failing; and
  5. The fear of untapped potential.

A lot of these I've let go and seen the benefits to my life. Some I've let go partly but still hold onto. Each one I let go allows me to level up.

Tracee xxx

PS: You can read more about Tracee here

An example of Tracee's food prep - the fridge is never empty! :)

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