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Melanie: Every week I seem to be pushing myself to the next level

I’m sitting here writing this after Karadio class, which is an intense class of karate and cardio. I feel absolutely exhausted but so great at the same time. Every week I seem to be pushing myself to the next level in the gym. I am always so surprised of the strength I am finding within myself. I look around the classroom and I seem to be struggling more than most. Also, I seem to be the one that always doesn’t get a lot of the movements at first. I’ve learned not to let it effect me but just to modify and keep trying. I used to be ashamed about how overweight I am but now I know there is no reason to be. I refuse to be ashamed because I am working towards turning my health around every single day. The past couple years of my life I was pretty sedentary. It feels so nice to get up and move now. Lisa, my fellow contestants and other women at the gym inspire me so much. Flab to Fab is really an amazing place to be! There is only about a month left in this competition but there are many months into years of my complete transformation. Even when the competition ends, I plan on going as often to the gym and keeping up the intensity. I am totally loving life right now and loving the person I am becoming! :)
Posted in: Melanie Frantz, Week 9

2 Responses to Melanie: Every week I seem to be pushing myself to the next level

  1. Sandy Antoinette says:

    We are are so proud of you – keep up the good work.

  2. Linda says:

    Fantastic attitude, Melanie. No one else is looking at how well you do in class – you know that. You have the important concept – do what you can, as competently as you can, for as long as you can. Then join right back in again if you have to take a short break. I was proud of all you girls taking Karadio for the first time last week. Keep up the great work.

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