Week 4 – Your Personal Journey

Your Personal Journey

Welcome to week 4. By now you should be starting to see small changes to your body and feeling fitter and healthier in general.

We just want to let you know that your Transformation journey is personal to you, and not to worry if you’re feeling a little behind others in your camp. You will have started this journey on different terms to anyone else on your camp and that’s important to remember. A different lifestyle, height, weight, activity level and experience in the gym. These are all factors that will affect your transformation timeline.

If others are losing more weight than you, can do more reps on certain exercises or can get more rounds than you on the fat blaster, don’t panic!

All you need to focus on doing is being better than your last session, being true to your calorie tracking and of course enjoying your journey! Before you know it, you will have reached the end of your 8 weeks and you will be amazed at what you have achieved!

Remember, the Transformation Camp isn’t only great at transforming your body through our workouts and nutrition advise, but also your attitude and your life through education on these blogs, making lifelong friends with others on your camp and realising how far you can push yourself.

You’re half way through, and we bet that you have already achieved more than you know. Have a look at the list below, how many can you say you have achieved?

  • You now know that the only way to achieve weight loss is through a calorie deficit
  • You have learnt how to track your calories
  • You have consistently worked out 2/3 times a week for the past 4 weeks
  • You can feel yourself getting fitter
  • You can see your body changing in a positive way
  • You’re educated on fitness myths you should avoid
  • More confident in the gym
  • You’ve made friends with people on your camp

We’re confident you have achieved most of the above, and you’re only 4 weeks in! Imagine what you will have achieved in another 4!

Next week we are going to be looking at the importance of sleep and hydration, see you then!

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