I am so so excited to share with you the story of Ayesha Sarvar Khan, my dream client and dream girl. I will post more about her down the line, but today it’s her day to shine and to tell her story.
So without further ado, here are Ayesha’s words:
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“My weight had been a constant area of concern for me ever since I delivered my second child 7 years ago. I started working out religiously when he was about 11 months old. I did manage to lose over 20 kilos over a period of almost a year at the time… only for most of it to come back in the next year or so. Ever since then, it has been a constant battle. I would try something new, lose a little bit of weight and then gain some and the cycle went on.
With so many failed attempts, the problem had become more psychological than physical which was hampering my day to day life and worst of all my role as a mother.
When I was introduced to MHB 3.5 months ago, I was already working out and eating healthy but was still not able to lose weight and I had no clue what I was doing wrong or what I was not doing that needed to be done.
Having lost over 10 kilos in just 3 months, I feel nothing but gratitude for Neha. She has been the best coach I could have ever asked for and I feel lucky to be able to call her a friend now. She has not only helped me change my body but also my mindset towards weight loss. She is patient, intelligent, compassionate and so relatable. She is so knowledgeable that it’s a pleasure talking to her and learning from her every single day. She always has the right quote or trivia or anecdote that you need at that point of time.
The way she designed my program, my workout sessions are fun and challenging and the diet, doable and most importantly sustainable. I never had to compromise on my social life during the past 3 months. In fact, I took two small family holidays during this time and still managed to lose all that weight. My journey though is not over. It will never be over. There is so much more to learn, so much more to explore. I have learnt that it is a process and I need to look beyond that number on the weighing scale.
For that and so much more, thank you Neha.”