Diet · Training

In the Spotlight

More often than not, we stop doing things that we find we’re not good at, or we stop when something gets hard or we aren’t seeing the results that we think should be there. For this reason, most of us will fail at one or many of our goals at some point in life. And then sometimes you find a person that refuses to let anything stop them in their pursuit of their goals. I’ve had the pleasure of working with someone just like that over the past few months. I’m sure others have had more difficult journeys, such is life, but she’s had her share of setbacks and is still pushing hard to reach her goals. Sickness, new job, body just simply not wanting to cooperate and drop weight quickly…and she’s still on track to reach her goal.

We started together in April and at approximately 3 months of working together, she’s lost ten pounds. Now when you say it like that it doesn’t seem like a whole lot in that time span, but when you look at the pictures you realize just how far she’s come. This is a perfect example of why you shouldn’t rely solely on what your scale is telling you. Look at your progress pictures and how your clothes are fitting, that’s a story worth telling. Changing your body composition isn’t nearly as easy as changing your outfit, and you can’t expect results overnight. Thankfully, she hasn’t let anything deter her from her goals. We know where we want to be, we have a plan, and we are working our way there slow and steady. She’s not starving. She’s not doing excessive amounts of cardio. And because of all of this, she doesn’t stand to gain all the lost weight back because she tried a crash diet. This isn’t a crash diet. There’s no detox, pills, fasting, or cleanses involved. I’ve even encouraged her to eat a cookie or two as a treat. This is a lifestyle and a way to become a happier, healthier you. So, thank you for trusting in me to help you in your journey to a better you!

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^April 2016^                             ^July 2016^

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