When Bex came to see us, she was already working out with a PT.
But as we explained to her on her first day, training without paying attention to personalised nutrition, is a recipe for going nowhere.
Bex was what people common call ‘skinny fat’.
This term is generally used for someone who has little muscle mass, but still holds a large amount of body fat for their size.
Instead of skinny fat, we prefer the term ‘under muscled’.
It was important we add muscle to Bex’s frame otherwise she wouldn’t have looked toned and slim, she would have look scrawny and unhealthy at a lower body fat percentage.
We had some ups and downs during the program, as is normal but Rebekah did extremely well and her hard work in the gym paid off because she looked fantastic on her big day.