You deserve a parade, a special dinner, all the presents. Something, ANYthing, to commemorate the fact that you made it through a TOUGH 80-day workout schedule that pushed you both mentally and physically and that got you the results you always wanted but never knew how to obtain.
You made it through an exhausting Booty workout from Phase 2, where you pushed yourself with heavy weights for the three sets of 10 reps, done group by group (for a refresh of the exercises, click here). Today’s workout was hard enough to make you relieved that 80 Day Obsession was officially over. But it was also a great reminder of how far you’ve come. Remember those quad ped moves on your hands and knees? Where you started with a yellow? Now you’re repping with the green loops and keeping your knee up in the air like a pro:
Savor the fact that even though you struggled, you were so much stronger today than when you last did this workout in Phase 2. Physically, you were strong enough to lift the heavy weights; mentally, you were strong enough to finish the workout.
80 Day Obsession can change your life if you let it. If you cut through the bullshit and the excuses and just GET IT DONE and control the TWO things you can each and every day – what you put in your body, and how you move your body – you will emerge a different person.
This post rings hollow because there is not a lot I can add to what I hope you are already feeling. This program made me an Autumn Calabrese acolyte and a Beachbody convert. Say what you want about Autumn’s fashion choices, the woman can put together a damn good workout that gets the job done. And say what you want about Beachbody, they’ve put together a platform that allows you to workout whenever you want, wherever you want. Both changed my life, and I hope they changed yours.
It’s been a pleasure sharing this journey with you. If you struggled and had questions, I hope this blog offered a modicum of support. I hope my posts made these past 80 days just a little bit easier for that person who decided to go all in to see what he/she can do.
I’m not entirely sure where I will go from here, but I know I will continue to push play and eat right on a regular basis. Maybe I’ll continue to share my journey with you. Not because I’m perfect and want to tell you what to do and how to do it, but to let you know you are not alone when you struggle with consistency and having only one piece of your Aunt’s famous chocolate cake. Maybe if I keep sharing, it will help keep me accountable to ensure I continue building on the healthy habits I built during the last 160 days.
I hope so. Because I love how I feel right now. I’m living my best self, and more than anything, I hope you are doing the same.
Thanks for following. Watch this space for a slight change in topic in the near future, and good luck with your own fitness journey!
p.s.: Link to the usual Beachbody goods here. Check it out to get started on your own 80 Day Obsession journey.
I came up with multiple aka’s for this program during the course of the workout:
The One Where You Can’t Stop Grabbing Your Ass In Public;
The One Where You Want to Run To the Nearest Mirror to Check Out Your Abs;
The One Where You Might Faceplant Because Your Arms Give Out.
Since nobody remembers this workout (so much has happened since then), here’s what you have to look forward to:
Three series of four exercises each.
Series 1: Upright Row, Bent Over Fly, Frog Sliders, Glute Bridge with Loop.
Series 2: Push-Up, Skull Crushers, Weighted Ab Sit-Up, Quad Ped Heel Press.
Series 3: Bent Over Row, Hammer Curl, Knee Tucks, Fire Hydrant.
The lift scheme is two sets of 15 reps, where you take it all a series at a time; that is, you do all exercises in a row for 15 reps each, then go back and repeat before moving on to the next series. As a result, the workout moves along nice, though still clocks in at 53 minutes.
Also as a result, you will get some booty pump and dead arms. I am having to take breaks as I type this to shake my arms out at my side to get the blood flowing. My biceps/triceps/shoulders literally start spasming if I keep my fingers on the keyboard for too long. It’s too much work for those tired muscles.
It’s not that these exercises are hard. They are. But the intensity is different. You’ll sweat, but nowhere near as much as you did in the Phase 3 AAA workout. You will also notice that there are almost no compound movements. For example, if you recall the last time we did skull crushers, we did them while up in a glute bridge and with loops around our thighs. You would think that without the loops and glute bridge, the move is therefore a lot easier.
My shaking arms stay otherwise.
Without the extra moves, you can focus in on one particular muscle group – triceps for the skull crushers – and try and lift a little heavier. Surprisingly, the static focus acts as a shock to the system. You get a good burn going; so good, in fact, that afterwards you’ll want to run to a mirror to see if your tricep muscle is popping because they are going to feel extra defined.
Same goes for your abs on the slider moves.
But the true test of strength, the real measure of how far you’ve come, is push-ups. I guarantee you that is why Autumn chose this workout. You might not be able to find your Phase 1 tracker sheets to see what you lifted at the end of that Phase; and, even if you find your tracker sheets, your weights today might differ from your weights back then. But when you do that first push-up, you’ll feel the difference.
Autumn will be calling out cues, and you’ll find you can follow along. Don’t let your back arch; head in a straight line; lift your butt and pelvis a bit more. Instead of dreading these normal push-ups, you’ll relish them. If you’ve made it this far in the program, this move, more than any other, will be the true testament to your progress. You’ll surprise yourself with how strong you feel, especially in the first few. You can actually LOWER yourself with some control and come up with some power. And you can do this for multiple reps! Sure, it gets a bit sloppy at the end, but remember when you FIRST did these push-ups? you were on your knees! Check out how far you’ve come. You might even feel good enough to go back and take a few photos to share:
Aside from the push-ups, you will be afraid that your arms are going to give out during the quad ped moves and the fire hydrants and the knee tucks and the frog sliders. Don’t think this is just you. You are not alone. And it does not mean you are weak. It just means your body isn’t used to the workout and it’s a good wake-up call. Which is the whole point of PEAK WEEK, to shock your body off any plateau it might have reached.
It will also have you grabbing your ass a lot because of the focus on your glutes.
Again, when was the last time you did an exercise on your hands and knees, using the loops? Maybe Phase 2. Which is why when you do it during Peak Week, your ass can tell. It feels EXTRA big after all those reps, and I guarantee your hands will be wandering back to check and see how many sizes it grew during the exercise.
Regardless of the Booty gains made during this workout, it’s Day 75, and if you’re like me, you’re going to be happy to say goodbye to this workout. It’s nice to FINALLY have one in the books for good…until next time.
Get some sleep for Cardio Flow tomorrow. It’ll be fun for once, I swear.
Link to the Beachbody goods here. Message me with any thoughts or tips or hopes or dreams.
Today is a bit anticlimactic. If you are like me my first time through 80 Day Obsession, you go into today thinking you’re at the end of Phase 3 and thus the end of the program.
But then you click open Beachbody on Demand, find the workout…and note that today is only Day 74.
What the F are you going to do for the next six days?
Peak Week. That’s what.
But before we get into planning for Peak Week, let’s talk about today’s workout: Booty. Two sets of 15 reps, where you take it all a series at a time.
As per usual, the workout flows real nicely until you get to the third series with its front-lunge-side-lunge mayhem. Then it takes another half hour and the sweat starts to pour and you begin to wonder why the hell you’re doing all this in the first place.
And that, my friends, is how I know I’m close to burnout. Not the good kind of muscle burnout that tells you you’re burning some major calories. No, I’m talking about mental burnout that then leads to you not working out for the rest of the year (been there, done that).
My first time through 80 Day Obsession, I was tired, sure. But I was also so excited with my results and how I was feeling. I was proud of how many sizes I dropped and the shape of my arms. I loved how confident the program left me feeling as I started each day after completing a tough workout. I couldn’t wait to share my success with others, because I knew if the program was working this well for me, it could do the same for you.
As I close out Phase 3 of this second round of 80 Day Obsession, I’m still proud of what I’ve accomplished. I love how I feel and how my legs look, and this is the most comfortable I have ever been in a bikini. But the workouts, at this point, do feel a bit like a slog. Case in point, today was the kinda day where this happened:
Totally dropped my weight on the pen because I was too tired to set it down properly.
More than anything this time around, fatigue is my enemy. I know a lot of it has to do with long summer nights and not being as religious about my sleep schedule as I was in the winter months. It’s hard to be when it’s light out until 10 pm. Which means that I have not been as mentally sharp as I was at this point in the program my first time ’round.
I know what this means: I need a break. Not a break from working out, but a break from the strict regime that is 80 Day Obsession.
But I want to keep my results. Which means I might just bite the bullet and go for Beachbody’s new program, LIIFT4. From what I hear, the workouts are only 30-40 minutes long and you only work out four days a week – a welcome relief from the marathon sessions we’ve been putting in with 80 Day Obsession. Plus, the eating plan apparently comes with a built-in cheat day, which might help me tame my weekend weakness for sweets.
Or, I might do 21 Day Refresh, though I’m not entirely sure what it is. Yoga?
All I know is I need a change and I need something a bit easier than 80 Day Obsession.
I am musing about all this outloud, dear Reader, because I have learned that if I don’t have a plan in place when one workout program ends, it might be another six months before I jump back on the exercise band wagon. I’d like to think I’m more disciplined now, but why take that risk?
Plus, if I know what lies ahead of me, that will make it a bit easier to give Peak Week my all because I will know it is truly THE END of 80 Day Obsession…until next time.
Now. Peak Week.
I will be honest: Like Refeed Day, Peak Week didn’t really do anything for me. I am pretty sure I did it correctly. But instead of feeling super shredded, I felt overly full most of the time because of the added meal. I was also crabby and missed my fruit.
If I have one pro tip for you to conquer Peak Week, it would be to simply copy the meal plan Autumn provides. That takes out the guesswork and you won’t have to wonder if you’re doing it right. I wish I had done that because I otherwise spent the week wondering if I chose the right foods or was doing it right.
Also, for those of you who received your 80 Day Obsession Challenge Pack in the mail and then immediately misplaced your workout calendar, you do the deplete meal plan for two days in a row – Monday and Tuesday – and then do a normal day for Wednesday; then do a deplete day for Thursday and Friday, followed by a normal day on Saturday. I guess the idea is that when you take your final pic Saturday night/Sunday morning, you should be super leaned out.
Again, that didn’t work for me, but if you follow Autumn’s plan to a T, you’ll probably have more luck.
If you have any questions about the process or my own experience, feel free to hit me up. Or check out the usual Beachbody link.
Above all, I hope you are excited for the LAST week in 80 Day Obsession! YOU ARE SO CLOSE! ALMOST THERE! Whatever you do, do NOT give up now. Why would you give up 10 feet before the finish line? It is literally within reach. You already did 74 days. What’s another six?
When you are almost through the second series of exercises in the Phase 3 Booty workout, you hit the half hour mark. GREAT! You think. I’M FLYING!
And then you get to the front lunge side lunge exercise sandwiched between the rocking toe squats and side lunge curtsy sliders in series 3, and the workout hits a wall. Even the lifting scheme of three sets of 10 reps, where you do the exercises a series at a time for 3 sets of 10, can’t salvage the forever feeling of the front lunge side lunge move. The interminable feeling stems from a single rep consisting of two lunges: Front lunge + side lunge = ONE.
The good news, however, is that because of the plethora of lunges, you can be guaranteed your ass gets a workout. How can it not? Today, your right leg alone will do a total of 60 lunges. Try and do those many lunges and NOT feel your booty swell.
So, since it started with booty pump, today was a good day. Especially since it STARTED in the shade, and I was inspired to finish my workout as quickly as possible so as to not end up in the sun.
Case in point, this was my gym for the morning:
I SWEAR WHEN I STARTED I WAS IN THE SHADE. As you know from yesterday’s post, that was a priority of mine. Still, it was a race against the sun. When I started, the shade was well past the white line shown above in the photo. When I finished, well, this is what I was left with:
All in all, it was a great start to the day.
And then I went up-lake to Stehekin with some family friends. For those of you not familiar with the Pacific Northwest, Stehekin is a tiny village nestled at the northern tip of Lake Chelan. Stehekin is where Lake Chelan “starts,” as that is where the Stehekin River flows down the valley to begin its 50+ mile journey south, meandering through the steep gorge and picking up glacier water that drains into its icy depths along the way.
Stehekin is home to gorgeous scenery, the smell of mountain air….and a bakery. A renowned bakery, actually. With a sterling reputation that comes from either being the only one within a 50-mile radius, or the server of hearty sandwiches to starving backpackers who make it in from their jaunts in the surrounding woods. Either way, the bakery is a must-see for those who spend more than an hour on a boat to discover the source of Chelan.
On this trip with me were three other adults and three children. I brought a snack-pack of my own making, complete with baby carrots, sliced cucumbers, and mini peppers. I also brought a full water bottle and two La Croix.
The good news is I wasn’t much tempted by any of the snacks on the boat, and I was well-prepared by my choice of dress (both literally and figuratively speaking).
The bad news is I wasn’t tempted because I knew I would probably go overboard at the Bakery and I was saving myself. Which I did.
I didn’t take a picture of the food because there’s no point in recapping what I ate. I can still feel it. Let’s just say I gave the kids a run for their money.
But as bad as I feel right now, as I look back through the pictures I took today, I can’t help but cut myself some slack. Because we were on a boat in the sun, I wore a bathing suit under a sun dress and a zip-up hoodie, with a floppy hat. When we got to Stehekin, the only change I made was to swap my flip flops for running shoes since we were going to be renting bikes for the ride to the Bakery, and I was likely going to be making a quick trip to Rainbow Falls.
Which means I spent all day riding a bike in a bathing suit and sundress.
And while I might have felt what I ate (I still do), I wasn’t bothered by the amount of skin I was showing. I wasn’t embarrassed by what I was wearing. I didn’t shy away from taking pictures.
While not entirely pleased with what I consumed today, I still KNEW that it would not detract from the progress I have made since January 15, 2018, when I started 80 Day Obsession for the first time. I knew my eating was not ideal, but that it was not going to destroy the progress I have made on the definition in my legs and arms.
More importantly, I didn’t waste my time clicking through the photos my friend took to make sure she removed the “bad” ones (though I probably should have as it would have been nice to get a fully monty of the waterfall). I may not be happy with how I ate, but I am happy with how I look. I otherwise feel good. I was happy to be with friends today in a beautiful part of the Pacific Northwest, and I was proud I felt comfortable not only in my own skin, but in the clothes I wore.
I wish I had felt that way in my 20s. Don’t get me wrong, I made the most out of that decade, but I also spent a lot of time about 50-60 pounds overweight. If I’d known where to look or known the right people, Beachbody would have been available to me as a workout option even back then. But frankly, I’m not sure I would have had much success with the program. Would I have followed through? Taken the time to meal prep? Followed the workout schedule and timed nutrition plan? Part of me knows I would have, as I lost about 30 pounds in the months leading up to my return to the States for the last time.
But part of me also suspects I probably would have thrown in the towel on this hard work in favor of some quick fix: A beet root cleanse or a weight loss pill or a sweat lodge routine.
Because make no mistake, this shit is hard. My failure today in the eating department is living proof of that.
But today, I still have my results. My stomach may not be happy with me, but I still FEEL strong. I can still look in the mirror and know that today was temporary but my biceps are forever so long as I continue to work out and eat right MOST of the time.
80 Day Obsession got me here, but it’s gonna be up to me to keep going. The program can do the same for you.
If you want to learn more, either about 80 Day Obsession or my own journey, check out the usual link or shoot me a message.
Just, don’t stay stuck. You don’t have to. You just have to decide to take that first step.
Reality Check: There are only THREE WEEKS left in 80 Day Obsession.
Let that sink in for a moment.
You have only 17 more workouts to get through before you finish the program. For every workout you do this week, you will only have to do it two more times.
At this point in my first 80 Day Obsession journey, I knew immediately I wanted to do it all again. I couldn’t imagine my life without the structure and discipline and challenging workouts.
Now, however, I am looking forward to taking a break. I want a break from the 1/2 Turkish Get-Up with Push-Up Hell. I don’t want to go to the damn zoo every week with Cardio Flow. (Seriously, if the workouts still came on DVDs, I would be burning the Cardio Flow DVD in a backyard bonfire to celebrate.)
It’s not that I didn’t enjoy today’s workout. I absolutely did. I think AAA in Phase 3 is not only my favorite AAA workout of the program, but also my favorite workout in Phase 3 period (though Leg Day runs a close second). Today, you do the three series, consisting of three exercises each, one series at at time for 3 sets of 10 reps each. The pace is quick but manageable. The moves burn in all the right place, and it’s easy to go up in weights if you need to. You even get to spend one entire series on the floor (though that certainly doesn’t mean it’s easy). All in all, AAA is a great way to start the week.
But after I finish these 80 days, I want to do something different. I need to mix it up so that I can come back to this program refreshed and not dreading an entire phase full of renegade rows with a twist.
So, in these final weeks, I’m not only counting down to the end, but I’m also counting down to my next workout program. I have to. What I love about 80 Day Obsession is that it flipped a switch in me so that my day is not complete WITHOUT A WORKOUT; I’m focused on eating right and in the correct portions and at the optimum times of the day. But to keep that momentum going, I have to have a plan. I’m gonna have to literally plan out the rest of my year with workout programs. If I don’t, it’s too easy for a week-long break to turn into “crap I haven’t worked out since August.” That is exactly what happened to me last year, and I ended up doughy around the middle by New Year’s as a result.
I don’t want to yo-yo this time. I want to be consistent. I want to keep building the booty gains I’ve been seeing in 80 Day Obsession. Exhibit A:
I want to continue to shred out and reveal the abs that are finally starting to peek through after a lifetime of hibernation:
And while I know that 80 Day Obsession gets me results, I know that mentally I will need a break from it all when it’s done. Which is absolutely fine.
But I don’t know what that means for this blog or continuing to share my journey. I started this thing 60+ days ago because I was so impressed with what 80 Day Obsession did for me mentally and physically. I still am. The program saved me. It gave me structure when I needed it most; it allowed me to find a shred of victory when it felt like I was sleeping in the jaws of defeat. 80 Day Obsession gave me the feeling of control when everything was careening off the tracks. I know that when I am lacking that control in the future, be it in my personal life or my own health and fitness regime or whatever, I can turn to 80 Day Obsession and pick up the tools I need to right the ship.
I wanted to share that excitement with others, and provide something of a roadmap for those who will come after me. Plus, I was a newly minted Beachbody coach, and this seemed a good way to put myself out there and perhaps attract others who might need exactly what 80 Day Obsession has to offer.
The problem, I have learned, is that while I have no problem with coaching, I’m terrible at selling. Just awful. It’s not that I have a problem talking about 80 Day Obsession – I don’t. Or that I can’t answer questions about the nutrition – I can. It’s moreso that hawking this product feels like it cheapens what the program did for me. I don’t want to sell this program to make a commission or build my genealogical chart (no real idea what that is, btw); I want to sell it to someone like me who is at a point in their life when they need it.
I’m rambling, I know. And I know there are other coaches out there who would say there is an obligation to reach as many people as I can with this product to try and change lives for the better. I just haven’t figured out what works for me. This blog was fun, but I’m pretty sure no one reads it. It will likely just live on infamy, forgotten in the dusty corners of the internet with the millions of failed blogs that have come before it.
I’m okay with that. If even one person out there has gotten something useful out of any of these posts, mission accomplished.
At the very least, this is the most consistently I have ever blogged. EVER. Just like 80 Day Obsession, I’ve stuck with it. That’s just another example of how 80 Day Obsession can change you for the better if you stick with it and work the program.
So even though we have 17 days left to go, if you’re reading this, thank you. I hope you’ve gotten something out of this. And if you didn’t but are wondering if other Beachbody products might be more your jam, check out the usual link.
There is a condition called hyperhidrosis. It’s street name is excessive sweating.
I know this because I just looked it up to see if I have a problem. Today was one of those days where I finished my workout in a pool of sweat and it wouldn’t stop pouring down my face. I was in a rush to get out of the gym, and for once, I had to change and shower before doing so. I could not, repeat, COULD NOT, take off my leggings; rather, I had to SHUCK them off me with a wet, squelching noise, like one does a wet suit, because they were completely soaked. To top it off, I was able to wring an actual stream of sweat from a different article of clothing.
Now, don’t get me wrong, today’s Booty workout will trigger all the sweat and all the burns. It’s three sets of 10 reps, where you do all the exercises in a row for 10 reps each, then repeat for another 2 rounds.
But I swear I wasn’t sweating this much last week. It’s like we hit summer and a dam broke within my internal controls so that the only way for me to self-cool is to drown in my own sweat.
Which means I spent the majority of the day feeling super dehydrated.
It’s hard to describe. I was drinking a lot of water, but even as I was inhaling fluids, it felt like it simply wasn’t…sticking. Like it was just passing through without being absorbed by my deflated cells. As a result, I was tired, extra sore, and a bit crabby.
I was also STARVING.
All in all, I’m not sure how pleasant I was to be around today. That was not helpful for the trip my boyfriend and I took to Ikea.
But, I turned it around tonight at dinner, when I had a beer. And then a juicy burger with cheese and bacon all wrapped up in lettuce. And thoroughly enjoyed the onion rings served with my boyfriend’s burger.
The fact that it was the beer that well and truly brought me back to life tells me that my body didn’t need water today so much as it did salt and electrolytes. So I made sure I got that and then some.
I share this because that meal was not really fix-approved for 80 Day Obsession. What I should have done was mixed myself up a shake and eaten some sweet potatoes. That would have been the extra clean, extra healthy option.
And I would have resented every moment of it.
Sometimes you just need a big burger and beer to get the nutrients you need. And sometimes it’s not about replacing the nutrients, but simply about ENJOYING a meal out with your SO without worrying about the meal plan.
My body needed tonight. I needed tonight. Which means that instead of kicking myself for going overboard and hating this slightly overly full feeling, I’m not bothered. It was the right meal for me in the moment, and it was the first cheat meal all week.
I savored every moment but now am already looking forward to a good breakfast tomorrow morning of greek yogurt and fruit and some cacao nibs.
I’ll handle Sunday dinner when we get there. Knowing now that I can’t eat eggs without having a reaction has been helping with avoiding those foods which trigger my lack of self-control. If I want to replace those baked goods with the meat sweats, that’s fine with me.
After all, my doctor said I could stand to eat a bit more bacon.
No pics today because I was in a rush to leave the gym, and I actually couldn’t get my phone to work because my fingers were too sweaty immediately following my workout. So check out the usual link if you want a visual, and hit me up if you’re searching for inspo.
I had a meeting last week with a girl who went to college with me. In fact, we played basketball together in college (and in high school!). She hadn’t seen me in awhile, and as we waited for our clients to arrive, she asked me what I was doing.
“What do you mean?” I asked.
“THIS,” she said, gesturing to my body. “What are you doing to get THIS?? You’re skinnier than you ever were in college but I swear you somehow have a bigger butt!”
That was a pretty good note to hit prior to our meeting.
Since then, my butt has been front and center. I catch myself staring at it in the window as I walk by, showing it off to my boyfriend when he gets home, and choosing outfits that specifically accentuate its newfound shape.
That said, I did not feel so good about my butt the first time through 80 Day Obsession. I wasn’t seeing the gains Autumn did with her cast, and I couldn’t figure out why they were so excited about an asset that didn’t seem to want to grow for me.
I have a few hypotheses about why I might have struggled to make booty gains.
First, I suspect I wasn’t eating enough in Phases 1 and 2 to put on muscle. That time around, I was eating in Meal Plan B and miserable all the time. I don’t think I was getting enough protein to make a difference. I started this round of 80 Day Obsession in Meal Plan C, and believe it has made a huge difference in my mood and for my body.
Secondly, I don’t think I was strong enough to lift the weights I needed to MAKE substantial booty gains. I am currently lunging with about double the weight that I did during my first round of 80 Day Obsession: 25 pound dumbbells instead of 12.5s. But if I had gone to lift 25 pound dumbbells the first time thru, I likely would have hurt myself. As it is, on the forward slide lunge in today’s workout, I could feel my core and back engaging to keep everything tight; that sort of connectedness was lacking in round 1, when I was still building muscle and strength. It took 80 days to get strong enough to lift the weights I needed to add more muscle.
Lastly, I don’t think I was strong enough to hold the form necessary to make the booty gains. This is essentially the same point as number 2 above, but still worth making to point out that in order to make progress, you not only have to lift the right weight, but you also have to do it with the right form.
Case in point, check out my goblet squat form:
I have NEVER gotten so low in a squat, or been able to keep my back so straight. I certainly wasn’t going that low the last time I hit Day 59 in 80 Day Obsession. And, I don’t think I could have squatted with that form last time either.
It’s all a process, and you have to adjust to what your body is capable of handling at the moment so you can make the most gains. In the exercise above, I’m only using a 25 pound dumbbell. Autumn, in the video, is using a 35 pounder. I thought about going up, but when I straightened up in the first set of 10 (that’s the set-up for this week, btw, all exercises in a row for 10 reps, then repeat for two more rounds – it’s 3 sets of 10 reps total), I was able to get an extra good clench in my butt that really worked the muscle and my inner thighs. Everything was engaged, even with the lighter weight. So I stuck with the 25s but focused on form and keeping that engagement.
If you have been sticking to the timed nutrition and working out, your body will be changing. You will be losing inches or pounds or dress sizes; but you may still be frustrated that your booty isn’t growing as fast as you would like, or that your abs still have that layer of fat that obscures the 6-pack peeking through underneath. Don’t get upset and quit. Use that frustration to motivate yourself to finish 80 Day Obsession strong, and plan NOW to do another round. If you are really into the program, you are going to want to keep it going to ensure your lifestyle change continues.
I did. I did 80 Day Obsession again because I wanted to keep eating right and continue to have a reason to work out. I did not expect to see my booty grow like it has – I thought I just wasn’t that girl who could.
Turns out, I am. And you can be too. Just stick with it.
If you’re not seeing the results you want, or are curious about the program, message me. Or check out the usual link. Why put off being your best self if you have the tools to do it today?