Thank You For Signing Up For The Workout Challenge

14 - DAY CHALLENGE

Welcome to the 14 Day Challenge!

Follow these 3 Simple Steps to complete your Day 1 Check-In. Be sure to submit your Measurements Form using the video in Step 2 for assistance. And email me your "Before" Photos to Info@bodiesbybench.com (All photos are kept completely private. Only Laura sees them.)

STEP #1 - Weigh Yourself On Day 1 (Optional)

Weigh yourself the morning of doing your measurements (optional). You can then track it every so often during the 14 days. (1x per week is sufficient).

The bathroom scale isn't the best way to track your progress and can be a total LIAR and a quite depressing tool when gauging your body transformation. I believe a bathroom scale is just that...a Tool.  

It can't read how much healthier your body is becoming on the inside, how much energy you're gaining back, how much lean muscle you've gained & stubborn fat you've burned, and how happy & confident you're feeling!

I don't know about you, but to me THOSE things are WAY more important than letting a silly number dictate your life. If you think you'll obsess over the scale, then I highly recommend you don't do it. Instead, focus on more accurate "tools", such as measurements, photos, the way your clothes fit, and the way you feel!

To get your true body weight, it should be done...

    1. First thing in the morning upon waking
    2. Before you eat or drink anything
    3. After you've gone to the bathroom
    4. Naked on the scale​​​​​​​

STEP #2 - Take Your Measurements 

It's motivating to see inches lost over time! I personally believe it's more important than weighing yourself. However it's imperative to be consistent with your measurements.

Follow Along With Me To Take Your Measurements & Fill Out The Form Below

( All info submitted is kept completely private. Laura is the only one who sees these)

STEP #3 - Take Your Photos

I understand it can be tough taking "before" pictures, but after weeks of hard work and you re-take your photos...you'll be so glad you did this. Again, the scale can be a liar. But pictures can really help you stay motivated and realize just how much your body is changing!

Some tips to take consistent pictures:

    1. The more skin you show, the better you can tell your progress. Meaning not take naked photos (hello!), but a sport bra and shorts is perfect. Or a form-fitting tank top and workout pants.
    2. Take pictures of: The FRONT of you, the BACK of you, and the SIDE of you
    3. Wear the same items of clothing in all pictures, before AND after
    4. Same type of day, preferably in the morning
    5. Stand in the same spot or area with GOOD lighting

Please send your BEFORE photos to: Info@bodiesbybench.com

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