Lose enough bodyweight to do a strict pull up. Acquire some guidelines for the proper way to eat for my activity level.
A couple of weeks into WAG, I told my coach that I felt like I had been eating blind my entire adult life. Looking back, I see now that I had wasted so much time and energy worrying about what I should be eating; it was so much more than the amount of time and energy it takes to track my macros and prep my food. I had known for a while that I wanted to start tracking my food; but I was lost when it came to actually getting started, and I felt too overwhelmed to tackle it on my own. If I hadn't been spending the money on this program, and if I hadn't had a coach to be accountable to, I know I wouldn't have been able to do it. I'm not ready to end my time with WAG yet, but when I do, I'll leave with the knowledge and skills to properly fuel my body and maintain my weight for the rest of my life.
I've been doing crossfit for three years, and even though I had my second child during that time, I was frustrated with how little all my efforts in the gym showed in my physique. And not being able to do a pull up, even though I was back to my pre-pregnancy weight, was the final straw. In the last 24 weeks, I've gone from being able to do zero pull ups to being able to do four. I've climbed a rope for the first time. I've PR'd my clean, front squat and back squat. I've enjoyed summertime at the pool (and being in a bathing suit) for the first time in my adult life. I've been asked numerous times in public about the way I look. I've even become a better cook. I'm so happy WAG exists!!