With the launch of Koko Fuel, there is no one else in the world that can offer anything comparable to Koko FitClub’s holistic, simple path to fitness. I’m really excited to see members benefiting from it out in the “real world.” I want you to see it too!
So, two of our Northern Virginia clubs, Koko FitClub Herndon and Koko FitClub Ashburn have each challenged a member to do a 21-Day Koko Booster Program, and share their experience and results with all of us. The 21-Day Koko Boosters are new with the launch of Koko Fuel and include customized, fully integrated strength, cardio and nutrition plans.
Josie, from Koko FitClub Ashburn, is a 44-year-old mobile DJ who once lost more than 100 pounds but then gained it back. Her current fitness goal is not just to lose weight, but to change the way that she and her husband approach their overall health and fitness.
“I love the fact that Koko FitClub offers a no pressure, no mirror environment with specific fitness and nutrition plans designed just for me,” she said. “Losing weight only to gain it back is so discouraging, so I am looking forward to making real lifestyle changes with this challenge.”
Her starting “Q” Score (a score that represents each Koko member’s relative strength) is 15 – the average among the women of Koko Nation in their 40s is 48. Josie’s current Koko eBMI is 46.8 – 17.9 points away from a healthy fit zone. (Remember, eBMI number aligns with the traditional BMI scale but, unlike BMI, takes into account the amount of lean muscle in your body, a key medical indicator of your health.)
Karin, from Koko FitClub Herndon, is a 53-year-old former paralegal who is now safely transporting school kids as a bus driver. Her fitness goals include losing a few pesky pounds and improving her lean muscle level.
“I have been a member of Koko FitClub since April of 2012 and love that it offers me an affordable substitute to a pricey personal trainer. I have had memberships at so many gyms I’ve lost count and I’ve hired expensive trainers, but I have never found a program as easy to follow as Koko Smartraining.”
Her starting “Q” Score is 60 – the average for a woman in her 50s is 43 and her current eBMI is 25.7. With her current fitness levels in the healthy range, her goal now is to increase her lean muscle level, lose a few pounds and lower her eBMI.
Stop by weekly as I chronicle Josie’s and Karin’s progress as they incorporate workouts and meal planning into their daily routines and help me cheer them on as they start seeing results!
Best of luck to you, Josie and Karin! You have a big cheering section!
Michael Wood, CSCS
Chief Fitness Officer
Customized Exercise. Customized Nutrition. Amazing Results.