The Results Of The F45 8 Week Challenge

With their logo on almost every street corner these days – F45 training has taken Australia by storm. And with results like these, it’s easy to see why.

Lisa Young is the female winner of F45’s most recent 8 Week Challenge, which sees participants take part in the franchise’s 45 minute combination of functional and high-intensity interval training alongside a tailored eating program.  

The 25-year-old Melbourne-native told Women’s Health that her win was totally unexpected.

“I said to myself at the start of the year that I was going to focus on my health more and I joined F45 and then the challenge came along and I thought well that’s a good opportunity to test myself.”

ANNOUNCING THE GLOBAL 1ST PLACE FEMALE WINNER LISA YOUNG! joined F45 Mentone as one of our Foundation members in February 2017. Lisa’s journey through the Challenge showed her transform physically and mentally. She trained every day and consistently improved every session. It wasn’t until a fellow member commented on how Lisa’s fitness had improved dramatically, that he could not “catch” her (according to the Heart Rate Monitor points system), that we realised how far she had come. Not only did Lisa’s fitness improve dramatically but the changes in her physical appearance became apparent and her confidence grew. Lisa stuck to the nutrition plan by preparing her meals every week, ensured she made smart choices during social occasions and committed to training every day and always with a smile on her face. Lisa’s attitude. energy and achievements are an inspiration to all of our members.

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She said she’s previously tried regular gym training on her own, but F45 was completely different.

“It’s really good you just go in and it’s done in 45 minutes, you don’t have to think about it,” she said.

“There’s always someone there pushing you as well which is really good for me otherwise I just don’t do it.”

Lisa said the first two weeks were the hardest but she eventually adjusted, sticking to the meal plan and training six times a week.

“That was the detox part of the diet so I had to cut out everything pretty much, sugar, coffee – all that.”  

“I just have a very big fear of failing at things so I just didn’t want to start something and not finish it, or start something and do it half arsed.”

And she certainly didn’t – Lisa leaned up and lost seven kilograms, but the most impressive results were mental rather than physical.

My energy levels are 100 times better now and it definitely improved my mental health, I’m much happier. If someone told me that it would help that, I wouldn’t have believed them but it really does.”

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