Holly: All liberty, Dianne, so today we’re gonnado a full physical and time kind of lifestyle assessment to see where you’re at so we canfigure out what we need to do, what deepens need to be made. Naturally there’s a lot of different lifestylechanges that are gonna have to happen,’ generate what you’re currently experiencing got you to whereyou’re at right now, so to get to the brand-new region we’re gonna have to change a whole lotof things, probably. Tell me what you do for work. Dianne: I am a servicing coordinator at anin-flight entertainment company. Prior to that, I was at a hassle where I wasdoing like five people’s tasks at once, which I think led up to where I am today.Holly: That was traumatic, it sounds like? Dianne: Yes, highly. Holly: And did you … So did you gain atweight at previous task, in that season? Dianne: Yeah. Holly: Okay. Dianne: I was at work long hours. I never got to the gym. I was just munching whatever was convenientaround and lots of desserts to keep the energy up, and then of course there’s the accident, and then you just continue to eat sugaries, so. Holly: Do you have any pains, joint issues, muscle issues, any type of current or previous pain that I should know about? Dianne: I do have stung in my left knee. I went to a chiropractor, and we found outthat I have minor scoliosis that I various kinds of … Yeah. Holly: Okay. Dianne: So, and then through all the X-rayswe too know very well that my left trendy is a little bit higher than my freedom, so that could belike … Everything on my left side seems to ache a little bit more. Holly: Tighter. Okay. Dianne: But I do have a history of heart diseasein my family. My grandfather died when[ inaudible 00:01: 59] early 50 s from coronary failure. And then I exactly found out that my dad had, recently had triple bypass surgery. Emergency triple bypass surgery while he wason vacation, so that was really hard.And then my momma has diabetes, which has alsotriggered heart disease for her, so she’s going through some of her surgeries as well. Holly: Okay. Is that a concern that you have for yourself? Dianne: Yeah, I emphatically … I want to lookgreat for the marriage. Initially, that’s really what forms me wantto do this, but sitting long and hard and thinking about it, I merely want to make a better, healthier lifestyle for myself. I want to start to take care of my body.Holly: What about what is your current activitylevel? I know plainly you’re sitting at a deskall day, so you’re not moving around a whole lot outside of work. Are you moving much? Dianne: Not truly. I stroll the dog every day, kind of pretty muchevery day when I get home from toil, and that’s usually exactly a speedy walk around the apartment. Holly: If you’ve got the time, you can alwaysmake a way. If it’s their own priorities, you can always fit itin, whether it’s getting up before project, coming your workout in after succeed, taking the dogfor a run instead of precisely a gait, but we’ll obviously work on that and find some waysthat you can implement in time to work out. Even if you just got a short window, there’sthings that you can do.So surely , no condones. So, tell me about what your diet looks likeright now, various kinds of a regular period of eating for you. Dianne: I contemplate I do pretty well with breakfast. I’d say my one disgrace with my morning routineis I usually do about two to three bowls of coffee to wake up, which probably isn’t great. I was also necessary prep my meat more, because I’lljust go out and get what’s around. I do Chipotle a lot, I do Subway a lot. Sometimes I’ll time frozen dinners a lot,’ causeit’s handy and easy. But where I get myself into trouble is atnight, because my groom-to-be and I, we do a lot of takeout. And, yeah, it’s not good. Holly: No, that’s not good. Those are just full of so much sugar, sodium, MSG, onus of calories that you usually don’t realize that you’re consuming. So if we can get you in a procedure of buyingyour banquets, prepping your snacks, having them ready to go so that you don’t simply have togo out and get whatever when you’re starving, that’s gonna make a huge difference.So that’s gonna become a really importantpart of this, and we’ll talk more about that last-minute, but we’ll emphatically get into whattypes of foods you need to eat, how to prep your nutrient, how to weigh your calories andwatch everything that you’re eating so that it’s not just a big guessing game as to whatyou’re eating but you really know what you’re frame in your torso, and to make sure thatyou’re position in nutrients that are healthy and that are gonna give you energy and preventthose clangs or prevent that waking up in the morning and needing three beakers of coffee, things that will give you vigor and help you feel good all the time.That’s gonna be the most important part ofthis. Although the exercisings are super importantin coming physically in shape and all that is important, but nutrition is about to be 70,80% of your reaction, so it’s gonna be very imperative that you modify the room you’reeating, that we get rid of nutrients in your mansion that aren’t helping you out, that we get ridof the ice cream. Why else is this important to you? The period after your wedding you’re gonna bedone. I’m assuming you don’t want to put on back2 0, 30 pounds, then why does it actually matter to you to lose weight? Dianne: I imagine feeling pleasant in myown skin. It’s just … That vigor height to be there. I require simply … I want to feel comfortablein my robes. I want to look good and feeling all right, and ultimatelyI think if you feel good inside, you’ll good outside because you’ll put in that extra. But right now I’m just kind of not reallycaring too much, and I don’t want to not care.Like, Dave and I, my fiance and I, we haveplans to have adolescents after … We have a kid plan after the nuptial, so I just imagineonce kids are in the picture, I crave … I don’t want to be that mom’s that draggingherself. I want to be there for my babies, and especiallywith the heart disease running in my family, it’s just … I want to be there for the longterm, so. Holly: Obviously. So as we go through these next few monthsof training, I want you to keep those things in mind. When we’re working out and you’re needingto push yourself, I want you to remind yourself to seeing how you want to feel, how you want to look, how you want to be with your boys. And when you don’t want to get up and go tothe gym, or you don’t want to leave exertion and have to go to the gym, to remind yourselfof those motivating points that you have. The reasons beyond today, right now, how youfeel but what you ultimately demand, that’s really gonna help keep you going through thesefew months,’ stimulate you’re gonna smacked roadblocks.You’re gonna collision ages when life-time get hard, it gets stressful, you don’t want to work out, you’re tired, and you’re gonna need somethingto motivate you and to push you through those eras. So maybe you crave given them on your wall somewhere, you are familiar with, sticky greenbacks around the office, in your gondola, and just various kinds of remind yourselfwhat you’re trying to achieve and what Fit for Wedding really is about even beyond thewedding and the somewhat dress and the pictures and all that. Dianne: Right. Holly: All claim, so we’re moving now intothe physical assessment for Dianne, and this is a really important thing that I suggestthat anyone do if you’re starting out on a workout curriculum, even if you’ve been in aworkout curriculum for a long time. Almost any gym will do this for you free of charge. So you can go in and ask for an assessment, and what they’ll do is pretty much the same things that I’m gonna register you with Dianne.It’s some sort of exam of your forte, maybeyour flexible, your cardio capacity, and they’ll kind of analyze how you’re body cultivates. Those are really helpful so that you can makesure that you do everything with suitable structure. You can learn maybe some tight areas thatyou have on your mas, some poor areas and things that need improvement, catch out whereyour cardio capacity is, find out what your body fat and your the measures and[ inaudible0 0:08: 16] things are. So that’ll help you kind of position you up forsuccess in a future platform, and then you have a way to measure how you’re doing andif you’re progressing. You can go back and retest on all those thingsand make sure that you’re getting better . …[ inaudible 00:08: 29] shoulders. On your toes. Pull your bellybutton in tighten. Engage that. Squeeze your glutes. Good job. Got 36 seconds. Not bad , not bad . … duration this for a minute and see how manypush-ups that you can get in a minute. Dianne: Okay. Holly: I don’t necessarily expect you to goa full hour. It’s okay.Most people get to maybe 10, 11 if we’re lucky, so don’t worry. It’s basically just seeing how many you cando. Dianne: Okay. Holly: So what I’m gonna have you do, I’mgonna sure they’re suitable push-up form. So you’re gonna come down on your knees, handsoutside the rug, so you’ve kind of got this nice wide angle, various kinds of like a plain postwith your appendages. So forearms are at 90 degrees. Keep your core engaged. Simply like the timbers, you want to keep thattight. And then when you do the push-up, I crave yourwhole form to move together. So you’re moving down towards the mat, bringingyour dresser down, and pulping back up.What I don’t want to see is butt up in theair and chest down. Okay? A pile of parties do that. So I require everything moving together all theway down to ground, and then back up. Okay? Got any more? 13 … Okay. Hey, that was close. That was about 45 seconds. Dianne: Oh. Holly: Not bad, 12 push-ups. Good job. You got some pretty good strength. Good form. So last-place thing I’m gonna have you do strength-wiseis a hunker. So this is just gonna help me see how yourbody is working, what’s maybe moving in counselings it shouldn’t be and make sure everything looksokay. So the doodly-squat is a very big, important campaign, and we’ll be doing a lot of those in the future, so this will kind of help me assess some tightareas, poor domains, things to work on. All freedom, so what I’m gonna are you do isstand with your paws merely a bit wider than hip-distance apart, forearms straight up in theair, core tight just like the plank and the push-up that we did, so that’s employed thewhole time.Then what you’re gonna do is squat down andback up, as low-toned as you comfortably can. Maybe thighs lead parallel to the floor, theydon’t inevitably “re going to have to”. And I’m just gonna have you do a few cases of those. You don’t have to hasten it. Take your time. And I’m just gonna kind of are walking yourbody and discover what I’m seeing. So really prevent doing a duo for me while Iwatch you. Dianne: Okay. Holly: Nice job. You became it a mile. You didn’t die. You didn’t even stop. That was awesome. So you got about 16:23, looks like, is yourtime. That’s good. Dianne: Yeah. Holly: That’s not bad at all for somebodywho hasn’t been running in a while and working out.So good job, you made it. Okay. All privilege, Dianne, so we’ve got your measurementsnow, and that will serve as a good baseline. We’ll check those appraisals every few weeksand see how you’re doing. And ideally, of course, we’ll realize those numberscontinue to drop down. Dianne: Okay. Holly: And then we’ve got your person solid. So I calculated out those figures that I tookthose estimations from, and your mas fatty is about 32%, so it’s definitely a littleon the high expiration. I’d like to see that you decline that down toabout 26%, even lower if possible. 24, 25, 26 would be amazing. That would put you in a much healthier scope, so we’re gonna work towards that over the next few months as your load comes downalso on the scale.Dianne: Okay. Holly: Now, weight-wise, you’ve got about2 0 pounds to lose, perhaps 30. 30 is sort of the ideal. Dianne: The hope digit. Holly: Yes, the dream. But 20 pounds is what we’re kind of shootingfor. So what I actually want you to do is focuson hitting that 20 -pound mark by November. So although your wedding’s in November, Iwant you to touched that amount before then. So that’s gonna be five pounds a month, whichis doable. As long as you’re getting in your workoutsand you’re doing your nutrition right and your meal prep and everything, you shouldbe able to do five pounds in a few months. Dianne: Okay. Holly: All freedom, and then that’ll impart usNovember for maybe lose a couple extra pounds, maybe get a little bit closer to that 30 orto even just really focus on toning up your forearms that you’re gonna are presented in your dress andcinching in the waist and just sort of working on building some muscle and various kinds of sculptingyour organization merely a little bit more.Rather than only quit weight, add a littlebit more shape to it. Dianne: Okay. Holly: So that’s how I miss these next fewmonths to go. Do you think you can do that? Dianne: I can do that. Holly: Okay. I know you can do that. Dianne: I will do that. Holly: Good. That’s what I listening to. Dianne: Okay. Yes. So today was tough. It was a real eye-opening experience, I convey, really in its entirety. Sitting there and really talking about whereI was at and with my fitness elevation and the meat that you’re eating, it’s just … Itreally woke me up a little bit,’ begin during the day when you’re doing it, you’re justdoing it, and when you sit down and think about it, it’s like, “Wow, that’s really whatI’m put into my body.That’s really what I’m doing to myself.” And then as we progressed into make the measurementsand the assessments … Yeah, 32% person fatty is not really good to hear, so definitelythat’s gonna motivate me to get that number down and merely work on tightening everythingup and really feeling better in my own mas. So I’m really excited, but it was a reallytough one, especially when Holly was measuring me on my timbers and my hunkers and, yeah, thatwas really hard to hold it for, what was it, like 20 seconds? Yeah.Not a good feeling, but you know what? When you’re feeling this down, there’s reallynowhere to go but up, so I’m elicited and motivated to better how I feel about myself, so herewe go. Holly: You just got to see Dianne’s firststep into her weight loss journey, but we want to leave you with some helpful tips aswell so that you can also take your step into your weight loss journey. So three of my greatest gratuities for you are these: one, when you’re starting to lose weight, ask yourself one of the questions that I askedDianne, which was what’s the reason behind wanting to lose weight? Besides just looking good, what really isyour motivation? Is it confidence? Is it being there for your family? Is it anything else that you can think of? Anything that may be triggering that desireto look better? What’s the above reasons for that? If you can think of that, keep those littlemotivators somewhere. Put them on a Post-it note or settled them inyour phone to remind you, to keep you motivated when things get hard. Two, go somewhere and get a fitness assessment.Have a professional help you out and lookat what you’re doing well, maybe where some of your strongs are and some of your weaknessesare, so that they can help to guide you into a weight loss program and give you some tipsthat you can use. And then third, incorporate something likea plank. One of the things that we valued was a plank, and planks are a great exercise. That’s a great method that you can start is justby testing that out.See how long you can hold a timber for, keepingthat really flat person, a strong core. See how long you can hold it, and try to doit every single day and improve your counts. That’s one easy step that you can take afterthis episode to start to improve your fitness. So this was just Dianne’s first workout, butin coming weeks we’re gonna have many more exciting things like testifying you full workoutsand how she’s losing weight, testifying you her banquet plan and dinner prep, and some of her emotionalstruggles and uniting formulation. We’re gonna have a lot more to come, so besure to stick around and treated with our videos and the blog.Dianne’s gonna be post her blog from herown words and her own belief on prosourcefit.com, so be sure to read that in between watchingthe videos. And then interact with this video. And we’re gonna give you a little extra motivationto do that. We’re gonna be giving away a $100 endow cardto amazon.com after this video, and how you can enter to acquire is share this on Facebookwith # fitforwed, and leave a comment with what you thought about the escapade or whatyou liked. And then is committed to our YouTube channel, and then also leave a comment on this video for Dianne. Leave her with a piece of advice, a word ofencouragement, maybe something about your own weight loss journey that you want to share.Do those three things and you’ll be enteredto win a $100 endowment placard from amazon.com. So make sure to keep interacting. We’ll have giveaways in the future as well, so keep coming back and watching more. And until next time, keep fit, stay healthy, and stand joyou. So for Dianne’s firstly workout today, we’regonna be working out outside.Dianne: So Holly and I talked about nutritiontoday and understanding the self-conscious decided by what types of food to put into your figure. Holly: Six. Seven. Try and keep your upper body tall, though. Try not to recline forward too much. Yeah. So you’re squeezing back here and then pressingup through your heel ..