Kaitlin Johansen Lost 32lbs*
My name is Kaitlin Johansen and I am 27 years old. I started the PS1000- 90 Day Challenge on March 2nd, 2014 and completed the Challenge on May 31st, 2014. As a young person that has struggled with my weight for what seems to be my whole life, I have tried many different weight loss programs. I have been successful on some, but have never been able to maintain my success. After researching programs and looking for the “right fit,” I stumbled across PS1000. In reading through the material, I was extremely intrigued by the list of “approved food choices” and the guidelines on what and how much to eat. I am an extremely regimented and routine oriented person, and the list helped me to stay successful. When I say “successful,” I really mean it. I have lost a total of 32 pounds, and do not plan on stopping there! Both my mind and body have undergone a transformation that I didn’t know possible, and for that, I am truly grateful.*
I am an elementary music teacher and travel to five schools throughout the week to deliver music instruction for students in 4th-6th grade. This job requires a lot of energy and confidence in working with such a large population of students as well as 5 different campuses worth of teachers, administrators, and staff. I felt for a very long time that I was trapped in my “fat suit” and couldn’t get out. I have always felt that I am good at my job, but at the end of the day, I was spent. I had no motivation for any other activities, housework, cooking, exercising, and even socializing. I am typically a very positive person, but for the last 3 years, I have struggled with self-esteem and confidence. I was afraid to make plans; I didn’t care for myself, and felt very stuck. Once I found myself in this mind set, it seemed almost impossible to get out of it. I didn’t see a way out. It wasn’t until my mom and I decided to research together and do the 90 Day Challenge that I began to want to fight for myself again. I owe a great deal of my success to her. She also did a great job with the Challenge (total weight loss=16 lbs!).
I have spent the last 90 days sharing details of the PS1000 program with friends and colleagues, and they have noticed a change in me… both physically and mentally. I have been complimented numerous times on my “commitment to change,” and that I have “inspired them to eat better.” I am also astounded at the way my body has responded to the drops. I take them regularly, even now in Phase 2, and I know they are helping to make a huge difference. I have energy and a clear mind to make it through the day and still have the drive to achieve other goals. I recently got back into running and swimming. Yes, you heard right, RUNNING AND SWIMMING! These are things that I used to enjoy, but with the added weight, I didn’t even feel as if it was something I could attempt again.
I know I still have a ways to go, including the next challenge of maintaining and continuing on this track for the rest of my life. I am excited for what the future holds and look forward to seeing myself in a year, with the same mind and body. Of course, I am nervous that I will not make it, but the positive responses I have received to the PS1000 program will keep me moving forward and staying on the path to health and wellness. I would just like to thank the creators of PS1000 for allowing me the opportunity to share my story and for giving me the chance to reflect on my own transformation. I look forward to seeing where this “new body and mind” will take me!
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