Body Transformation: Jennifer Lost 70 Pounds And Sculpted A Bomb Body!

Jennifer was suffocating under baby weight and couldn't stand the status quo. She forced her body to change and lost 70 pounds in one year! See how you can too!

Why I decided to transform

I was miserable and uncomfortable at 192 pounds. I missed having energy and couldn't do activities that I once loved.

People always said my body would never be the same after I had a baby and I should accept my body the way it is, but I didn't want to accept it.

I wanted to show people that my body could change and get better than ever. I wanted to prove to myself that I could compete and accomplish the so-called impossible.

How I accomplished my goals

I ate clean and eliminated all processed foods from my diet. I was nursing at the time, so I still ate lots of healthy food and had fruits or vegetables with every meal. If I needed a snack, it was a fruit or veggie. I also ate lots of nuts and seeds and tried to eat lots of lean protein to keep me full.

When I started training for my competition, I upped my protein and cut down on high-sugar fruits. I averaged two protein shakes per day and ate lots of lean meat. My carbs came mostly from brown rice and yams.

Before /// 192 lbs
After /// 122 lbs
AGE 26 / HEIGHT 5'7" / BODY FAT 30%
AGE 27 / HEIGHT 5'7" / BODY FAT 14%

I love teaching group fitness classes and taught cardio and boot camp classes 4-6 times per week. I started lifting three days per week and came to love it. It made me feel strong and unstoppable. When I started training for my competition, I lifted heavy five days per week.

The weight came off slowly at first. I lost a pound per week and sometimes thought I would never get there. Whenever those thoughts crept into my mind, I reminded myself that it would pay off. I looked at photos of people I wanted to look like every morning and never quit. I watched videos of fitness competitions online and looked at photos to keep my ultimate goal in mind.

Less than ten months after I had my daughter, I stepped on stage to compete and felt amazing. The girls touching up my spray tan on the day of the competition were shocked when I told them that I had a little girl. I felt proud of my accomplishment and happy that I never give up.

What aspect challenged me the most

The most challenging aspect was being patient. I wanted to be in shape yesterday! It was discouraging when there were weeks that I worked hard, did everything perfect, and still didn't lose a pound.

Staying focused was hard because junk food is everywhere. I made a commitment and stuck to eating healthy no matter where I was. I kept a journal and wrote down my weight, thoughts, and feelings about my weight loss journey, which really helped me stay focused and on track. I also took progress pictures every month and weighed myself weekly.

"I made a commitment and stuck to eating healthy no matter where I was."

My future fitness plans

I hope to compete again and continue to stay in shape. My goal is to stay active during future pregnancies and eat nutritious foods so I can feel great and have energy. I love teaching group fitness classes and plan to teach for a long time.

Suggestions for aspiring transformers

  • Don't give up.
  • Find photos and quotes that inspire you and read them every morning.
  • Keep a journal of your thoughts and feelings and write about it instead of eating.
  • Find a cheerleader; someone who believes in you.
  • Sign up for a motivating event.

How helped me reach my goals

I looked at's Female Transformations at least four times per week. I thought if these people can do it, so can I. was my main source of motivation.

I wanted to look like the people on the site, so I looked at their meal and workout plans and developed a system I could follow. I also watched Jaime Eason videos when I felt unmotivated.

Jennifer's Top 5 Gym Tracks

  1. "Hey Baby" by Pitbull
  2. "Welcome To Paradise" by Green Day
  3. "Back In Black" by AC/DC
  4. "Going The Distance" by Cake
  5. "Miss New Booty" by Bubba Sparxxx