All In by Teddi: One Month Results

 

Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program.

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As you guys all know, I have been on my post-partum weight loss journey for a month now! I definitely gave myself some time after Joe was born, and wasn’t stressing it too much but then quarantine happened. I was just eating out of comfort and boredom. I had a sweet tooth all of a sudden (a lot of you said that happens during breastfeeding), and I couldn’t stop eating mac & cheese. I was out of control – I wasn’t gaining necessarily, but I definitely wasn’t losing! I was already about 15 pounds heavier than I wanted to be when I got pregnant – so this is going to be a journey.  Four weeks in and I am down 16 lbs!!!! I am giving myself until January of next year to get to where I want to be – and I 100% plan on staying on the All In by Teddi program until then – it’s super sustainable and supportive.

One of the coaches from All In by Teddi reached out to me via Instagram, and I knew it was meant to be. I obviously had heard of the program from watching housewives, but that’s not what enticed me. I had a girlfriend who’s been on the program since last fall, and she looks and feels AMAZING. I was nervous about doing it during quarantine, and while I was pumping, but it was time to make a change! All of the answers below are about my experience with the Postpartum Program!

What is All In by Teddi exactly?

This was definitely the most commonly asked question, along with wondering if they give you a meal/workout plan. It is a program based on accountability. You get direct one on one access with a coach who you check in with multiple times a day. They give you a list of approved foods and an exercise plan. You have a daily cardio goal and you have to send proof of your weight, workout as well as your food to your coach each day.

What makes it different from other programs?

Definitely the accountability factor! I have all the skills and tools I need to do the work – but accountability is what I was lacking – this is exactly what I needed for this stage in my life. You send proof of your weight, workouts and each meal and snack that you are eating. It literally makes it impossible to veer off course. Knowing that I have to send my weight the next day keeps me from secretly eating or skipping a workout. Sure, weight fluctuates and plateaus, but they are always there for you to talk it out and strategize.

How much contact do you have with your coaches?

We talk all day every day – they have been such a huge support – not only for this program, but everything else going on in my life as well. Love you Dacia & Marcy. We talk about everything from favorite snacks, to the best jeans, fav Peloton instructors and books we are loving right now! They have both become my friends, and it’s so nice to be able to chat with people who have the exact same goals as you.

Do you count calories/macros?

No! It’s nice not having to input all of my food! They do give you portion recommendations and everything on the menu is macro balanced.

What are you eating?

While their exact meal plan is proprietary and part of what you pay for – I can share that it’s what you think it would be. Real, whole foods that are intended to fuel your body. The postpartum program is more flexible because I am still breastfeeding. Since they give you a list of what you CAN eat instead of listing all of the things you can’t it feels like you have more freedom. You can mix and match and never really get sick of eating the same thing all the time!

 

Are you hungry?

The first three days I was – but the same can be said for any major lifestyle change. My body was going through major detox from sugar and processed foods, so I had a headache, but it was manageable for sure. I am not hungry anymore! I have way more energy than when I started and am slowly upping my cardio time because my body is properly fueled.

 

Biggest difference between the postpartum and regular program?

While I can only speak to the postpartum program, I do know that jumpstart is totally vegetarian, and then the monthly is dairy-free. The cardio requirement is also 30 more minutes!

 

Did you lose your milk supply?

It dipped a little bit in the beginning, but my coaches were super flexible with how to get it back up. They knew going in this was my number one priority and we figured it out within a few days!

What are the workouts like?

They are whatever you want them to be – that’s the best part. You love to dance? Run? Walk? Hike? You get to pick! I’ve been walking a ton and mixing in some Peloton Bootcamp classes.

How Much does All In by Teddi cost?

You can find a full price breakdown HERE. I am on the postpartum plan!

Do you have a discount code?

Sign up HERE and put TWOPEASINAPRADA in the referral section for $50 off the Postpartum or Jumpstart programs!

Be sure to head on over to our IG stories today because my coaches, Dacia & Marcy are answering some of your questions ( I will also save them all to a highlight).

I hope this helps and please let me know if you sign up! Having a buddy makes it so much easier! xx

Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program.

Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program.

Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program. Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program. Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program. Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program. Reno blogger, Ashley Zeal from Two Peas in a Prada shares her four-week results on the All in by Teddi postpartum program.

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