Back in May of 2016 I finished off P2P for the first time, and my husband, while he complained somewhat about the cost, saw the results. I guess he eventually got sick and tired, literally, with what he saw of his own health and decided to make the investment into the Guts to Glory program. So, I of course, being the supportive wife, joined him as well but with the P2P program so we could then have a photo shoot together by the end of it. While most of our workouts were apart (we do have 3 young kids we need to juggle), the team at Aspire (notably Jeff) would almost “challenge us” against each other, which was fun for me anyway…perhaps not as fun for Christophe who was initially not doing as many push ups as me, lol. I loved the fact that at home we were eating the same, and I saw his confidence skyrocket over the months leading up to our photo shoot. Having a spouse that is healthier and happier, and feeling confident is really good for a marriage, especially as we celebrated our 10th anniversay in 2016 as well! Christophe had to admit that while the sticker shock of the program did shy him away initally, it’s the only “gym” we’ve actually seen results with…where someone knows your name, knows what motivates you, razzes you when you are late (nevermind a no-show), and makes you complete a workout from home if you had to leave early (Erica is mean, lol). The people who go to Aspire are also what makes going to the gym so nice…they too are juggling life, kids, work, businesses, etc. Over the 14 weeks there we’ve made a lot of new friends, which is what we also miss from the program. The photo shoot was a blast, and the pictures that Kelly took are amazing! The focus from Jason isn’t about the number on the scale (as that doesn’t always go down continually), it’s about the changes in your body, and how you are feeling that matters the most. Being accountable for how we did every 2 weeks in terms of measurements plus the photo shoot is a huge part of why I feel this program works for most people. Working out without an end goal just doesn’t have the same motivating factor.