Kirsty Quigley has been on one heck of a journey over the last two years and joined me for an honest chat about weight loss, dealing with the haters and taking up a love of running.
Four stone lighter
Two years stronger
Two years fitter
Two years more confident
Two years happier
Two years better!
Things I took away from this chat with Kirsty:
- You don’t have to do everything at once – Kirsty committed to one workout a week at first to build her exercise habits
- She found going vegetarian/vegan has helped a lot and improved how she feels within herself
- She’s absolutely smashing her running times after getting into running less than a year ago
- She still enjoys socialising, her wine and gin and living life to the full
Watch the interview in full here (Please note a few potty mouth swear words so watch out listening if the kids are around):
Four stone lighterTwo years strongerTwo years fitterTwo years more confidentTwo years happierTwo years better!Kirsty Quigley has been on one heck of a journey and she's going to tell us all about it LIVE here right now.Tune in, ask any questions, get involved and be inspired by this positive powerhouse of energy and fun.
Posted by Gemma Ray – Life Unfiltered on Thursday, April 16, 2020
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