I always thought of myself as highly self-motivated. And I WAS motivated with fitness for many years, but that changed as my work life and at-home life changed.
Every time a Fit Camp registration came up, I was like, “I don’t need a boot camp, I can just start working out again!”… but I didn’t.
Acknowledging that I needed accountability and outside motivation to be healthier was the best thing I’ve done for myself this year!
I was really nervous signing up, thinking I’d let my fitness go too far, that I wouldn’t be able to keep up. But Evada’s program eases you into it, and there’s so much support to learn the moves and stay on task.
I was legit shocked at how much I improved in 4 weeks, but even more surprised at how much FUN I had!
Fit Camp help me break the long streak of 2020-induced lethargy, and even motivated me to do my own daily cardio on top of the workouts. I feel better than I have in years.
This was my second program in a row with Evada, and as before, it was a truly enjoyable experience. Evada’s workouts were challenging yet fun, and I felt comfortable saying when something wasn’t working for me. Her check ins were very thorough and helpful and all the workouts and nutrition plans were very clearly structured just for me and my specific goals. More importantly for me, she made nutrition and exercise completely accessible. Mainstream workout culture – a prime example being folks of the ‘fit-stagram’ persuasion- is saturated in misogyny, racism, trans/homophobia, fat hatred, and all around body shaming garbage. So it was awesome to work with someone who confronts these issues.
I have always found workout culture to be kind of intimidating; things like body building that are very much coded as ‘cis-dude spaces’ and the ads with suped-up bodies, supplements, enhancers, and unsustainable diets. After working with Evada I have found so much confidence in any gym I go to and have been exposed to so many awesome women, queer, trans/non-binary folks, people with disabilities, and people of colour, kicking ass and lifting heavy.