Isabel - Newtown, PA

LEFT PHOTO: September 14, 2020

RIGHT PHOTO: November 2, 2020



  • Chest: - 1 3/4"

  • Waist: - 2 1/2"

  • Hips: - 1"

  • Thigh - 1 1/2"

  • Calf: - 1/4"

  • Bicep (arm): - 1/2"

  • TOTAL: - 7 1/2"

Jenny - Pennington, NJ

LEFT PHOTO: June 14, 2020

RIGHT PHOTO: October14, 2020

"The “before” photo on the left was taken on June 14, 2020.  Besides not liking the way I looked physically, there was so much more to it than that.  I was also feeling fatigued constantly, lazy, unmotivated. Other than the short amount of time it took me to workout and maybe go for a walk, since I was teaching from home I was sedentary most of the day. I had no strength or stamina which made me miserable through the workouts I was doing.  I found it also spilled into other areas of my life - my house was unorganized (and had no desire to GET organized) I felt like I had no control over things, I was irritable and grumpy often, I needed a nap in the middle of the day, and even though I spent most of the day inactive, I couldn’t wait to go bed at night because I was so tired.  And then once I went to bed I couldn’t sleep.  Repeat.  


Back to the physical, looking at the before photo I feel like you’d never know I had been working out on my own consistently for years. (And for me that meant waking up at 3:45 am to get it in each day!)  I was working my butt off but felt like I had nothing to show for it.  Even though I know from experience that “You can’t out exercise a poor diet”, I still told myself that I could eat what I wanted because I was working  out 5-6 days a week.  Yet I was not seeing the results I wanted or expected to see from my workouts.  FInally, after being sick of the excuses I was making for myself, and after gaining weight during the quarantine (which I also told myself was ok because food gave me comfort, and “everyone gained weight during the quarantine”) and being sick of struggling through workouts every day I decided that something needed to change.  Since I was already doing the exercise, I knew that what needed to change was my diet.


In March 2020 I started training with Moxie.  Tracey was tough, but also very encouraging, motivating and held me accountable each and every time. I could tell by my improvement on Moxie’s benchmark workouts that my overall athletic performance - endurance, strength and stamina - was improving but I couldn’t help but wonder how much MORE I could improve if I could just get my eating back on track.  On June 14, with Tracey’s help I started becoming more aware of what I was eating, how often and how much.  I was afraid that I was going to have to weigh and measure all of my food or write down everything I ate but that wasn’t the case at all!  Tracey made it so easy!  There was no weighing, no measuring, no food log! (although I do take pictures of my meals and send them to her for accountability and feedback)  Some days were harder than others of course, but I never felt deprived, never felt hungry, I still have “cheat” meals on occasion and I look forward to them now since it is not an every day thing.  


I still feel like I have a way to go, but I am so happy with my results.  In the past 4 months I can honestly say that:

  • I have lost weight. (-8.4 lbs)

  • I have lost body fat.(-1.5% bf)

  • I have lost inches (6.8 total in.)

  • I feel more confident.

  • I have more energy.

  • I look forward to working out (even burpees  don’t suck as much as they used to!)

  • I have also added running to my workouts and am enjoying that again."

Chrissy - Hopewell, NJ
LEFT PHOTO: March 9, 2020. 144.2 lbs. Size 29 jeans.
RIGHT PHOTO: June 2, 2020. 141 lbs. Size 26 jeans.
"I've struggled losing weight. Going with diets that are too extreme and not being able to stick with it because I felt too deprived. Moxie is simple, easy to follow, and I don't feel restricted. It's allowed me to be consistent and that's added up to a complete transformation. All my friends have been noticing a huge change in my physique and I'm feeling way more confident in my appearance."

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