When Kiki Mc and Scarlett Ramalar registered for BodySpace, they looked for what everyone wants when it comes to hunting: guidance, programming, recipes, and accountability. They did not know that this would create the conditions for an unexpected but meaningful friendship.
In California, Ramalar had hit her weight loss goals hard and her goal was to reverse a series of menacing health issues. Fibromyalgia, cholesterol and non-chartic depression shook her world after her second pregnancy. On her 40th birthday, her doctor described her as a "walking bomb". But the real shock came when she saw on Facebook a picture of a very tall woman she did not recognize ̵
"I did not have the money to hire a personal trainer or trainer," recalls Ramalar, "but a friend of mine mentioned the BodySpace app, and downloading has changed my life, I started using the programs and got to know different exercises and different diets, it was easy to use and did not cost me an arm or a leg, and there were so many great people involved in the same mission as me. "
In Glasgow, Scotland, a naturally lean Mc took fitness seriously for the first time in his life. She found BodySpace in 2007 after she fell on ice and broke numerous bones in her left arm. The repair work included 13 pins and two metal plates. But Mc managed to use the arm completely again. She tried HIIT workouts, races and resistance, but her motivation increased when she learned her first true weight fluctuation after the birth of her first child in 2014.
"I respected the hell out of my body and whatever it had recovered," she says. "But at the same time I was a bit unfamiliar with never having a child or a massive weight fluctuation back in. To get my body back, I researched BodySpace plans, starting with Ashley Horner's Charlie Mike plan and it worked out Likely that I did it twice, I loved how I saw my progress and really saw the changes. "
Lost and Found
The two women happened to find BodySpace feeds from each other started to encourage each other. This led to the responsibility of the daily check-in messages. It was not long before they banded together to pursue one big goal: crushing, mick-ass mothers.
When they jointly tackled their all-access programs, Ramalar and Mc deepened their connection beyond the sharing of food concepts and fat loss beyond progress. After three years of electronic friendship, the duo finally planned to meet in 2018 at the Olympia Expo in Las Vegas. Prior to the event, the two women followed Kris Gethin's 4Weeks2Shred program, and they showed themselves in the best shape of their lives.
After spending the entire weekend at the Olympia Expo, she was on the hip In Las Vegas, Ramalar and Mc took their friendship a step further than any of them had expected by running a business founded in which women were just as active as they were.
"We talked a lot about how many people were in our position" Nur Ramalar says they only demarcate their goals in isolation. "" Our goal is to reach those who have 9-to-5 jobs and Having a family and still wanting to be fit. "
So, Adapt and Overcome Fitness was born, and they got it going at full speed by launching a YouTube channel and an Instagram page, a strong community of hard-core mothers and share their own stories for inspiration.
"We will be forever grateful to Bodybuilding.com for its BodySpace," says Ramalar, "without the great community they've created to let people share their passion for fitness we never met. "