James & Tiffany’s Fitness Update #3

It's been 3 1/2 months since James and Tiffany Ferguson first started their fitness journeys. Fitness coach Chaunda updates us on their progress:

They have each done a remarkable job thus far and I am very proud of them. They are setting an awesome example as newlyweds when it comes to creating healthy families.



James came in weighing 333 pounds. He is now down to 270 pounds and has lost a total of 26 inches and 14 of those inches from his belly! Tiffany's starting weight was 229 and she has lost 20 pounds thus far and a total of 14 inches overall. She's lost 10.3 inches of belly fat, which is incredible.



What I am most happy about is that James and Tiffany have developed a new lifestyle of health and they're doing it together. Making fitness a lifestyle is the only way to sustain good health, and they are learning this important fact. The biggest changes I've noticed are that they both love to exercise now. They've also taken control of their food intake, while still allowing small cheats along the way.

Give us another 3 months and these two will certainly reach their fitness goals!

Chaunda is the owner of The Bella Fitness Group in Lawrenceville, GA. She has lost over 115 pounds and is now a passionate Fitness Advocate, NASM Certified Personal Trainer and a professional singer. Visit her on the web at bellafitnessgroup.com.

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