I’m a senior citizen, could barely walk at that time, had at least one documented heart-attack, sinus problems, needed to lose weight and generally depressed. I have released at least 20 pounds and still going down. I have gone down at least 2 dress sizes. I don’t have any more sinus problems and am currently not taking any medication for that problem (first time in 40 years). I no longer seem to have incontinence. My acid reflux seems to have disappeared. My severe joint pain has almost gone totally away. I have a lot more energy.
I battled anal cancer in 2016 and lost about 40 lbs in 4 weeks because I was essentially starving myself (I had no appetite, and when I did eat I couldn’t keep it down). Once I entered the recovery phase (after surgery, chemo and radiation that brought me to the brink of death and did a number of my gastrointestinal system), my appetite returned with a vengeance. I ate everything in sight. I put on the 40 lbs. I had lost…and then some. I stood on the scale one day and was horrified into action.
I’m so glad the Wildfit Challenge came into my life when it did. I was truly READY to revamp my body’s nutritional intake. I was completely addicted to sugar (hmmm, any correlation to cancer??) and ate whenever I had a “craving”, which was about every 2 hours and usually emotionally based. I was probably nutritionally starved even though I was eating all. the. time. Wildfit turned all of that around. I am never hungry because my body is getting all this rich nutrition now. Dairy is on my “don’t” list. Processed sugar (and sugar substitutes) – also on my “don’t” list. Bread, crackers, cereals? Bye-bye. I feel clean. My digestion is no longer distressed, my skin is glowing (OK, maybe that week in Maui helped), my allergies are still there but I take medication every OTHER day instead of daily now. I am moving intentionally every day, have lost almost 30 lbs., have gone down 2 pants sizes. But the best part is that I FEEL GOOD, I feel alive, I feel as if I’ve got a few more decades in me now (I’m almost 60). As a cancer survivor, just feeling good is an enormously gratifying outcome. So…thank you Eric and your amazing team.
– Celenia Delsol
Today I finished the 90 Wildfit Challenge. As far as the physical benefits, I’ve released 20 lbs and 28 inches. I’ve lost 2 dress sizes, my skin looks amazing, my energy is through the roof and I’m sleeping through the night for the first time in as long as I can remember. These results are amazing and I am super grateful for each of them. By far, the more meaningful results are things that you can’t see. For the first time in my entire life, I have complete control of what I eat, drink and think about food. I’m off blood pressure medication that I’ve had to take for 5 years due to very high blood pressure. It’s been 90 days and my relationship to my health and nutrition has completely transformed. I exercise every day, I’m meditating several times per week and pretty much all of my bad habits have dramatically reduced or gone away entirely. No more hours on the couch watching trash tv, I’m spending more time with friends/family instead of hanging out at my house, watching crap on the tv, drinking wine and eating garbage. I’ve read about every transformation story during my time on the challenge and every time someone talked about the weight loss being less important than the other benefits, I always doubted their sincerity. For the last few weeks, I realized what they meant and knew that their stories were completely true. If you’re reading this and trying to decide whether it’s worth your time, financial commitment and energy to try this program, please do this for yourself. The coaching during this program is top notch. I’ve made changes in my life that I didn’t believe were possible. I don’t crave coffee, sweets, pasta, pizza, or any other the other things that used to be my life blood. I have no doubt that I will continue to live Wildfit for the rest of my days. Not because of the weight loss but because I honor myself enough to do good things for my body now. Thanks Wildfit Team. You have changed my life.
– Lynn Rousseau
Through my WildFit journey, I was able to get off ALL my medications - blood pressure pills, acid reflux pills and allergy pills. I sleep better. My knee replacement has no inflammation. I have energy! My relationship with food has totally changed. I feel fantastic everyday!
I am so happy to report that my body is now healing and most of all, my symptoms are gone or disappearing! I absolutely love WildFit!
Sol Santos-Pyne Chief Innovator and Prototype Evaluator. He is always ready to help design, paint, cut and install. Sol will show you what’s possible and will also try the impossible. He is the bravest monkey of all.
Ayla Larzabal Zavitz Artist-in-Residence and Director of the Safety Patrol. She makes sure that everyone is following the rules and having fun at the same time. She is the time-keeper and turn-taking monitor. She helps paint the wood for the monkey bars and will give you great advice on the best accessories.
Beto Santos-Pyne Video Producer and Editor as well as a Reliable Helper during heavy installations. When he is not building intricate systems in Minecraft he is the top ranking swinger on the monkey bars.
Mateo Larzabal Zavitz is our Media Relations Expert and Installation Helper. Mateo knows what’s cool and what’s not cool. He helps us maintain a realistic outlook on the world and stay up to date on the latest movies and video games.
Matias Larzabal Designer and Lead Installer. Matias has more than 20 years of experience working in construction, 14 years of experience as a dad, 11 years of experience as an uncle, 10 years as a helpful Canadian neighbour and handy-man, and a lifetime of experience as a monkey. Matias is also an artist with a unique upbringing. You can learn more about him and his art on his gallery.
Ginny Santos Monkey Supervisor, Visionary and Managing Director. Ginny is a nutrition coach and entrepreneur who is always looking for ways of involving children in creative thinking and problem solving. You can learn more about Ginny’s other work on NeOle Coaching.