Mallisa Mott, left, and Beth O'Neil are the women behind the website and podcast Mantras & Macros. The friends, who have lost a combined 140 pounds, first met at Crossfit Portside and learned that they share the same ideas about healthy living and self love.
Mallisa Mott, left, and Beth O'Neil are the women behind the website and podcast Mantras & Macros. The friends, who have lost a combined 140 pounds, first met at Crossfit Portside and learned that they share the same ideas about healthy living and self love. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Mallisa Mott, left, and Beth O'Neil are the women behind the website and podcast Mantras & Macros. The friends, who have lost a combined 140 pounds, first met at Crossfit Portside and learned that they share the same ideas about healthy living and self love. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

‘Is this really going to be my life?’ A big, ‘No,’ two women said.

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