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Looking forward to some new beginnings over the coming weeks. Chin up. Eyes forward.
I like many others doubt myself all too often, I have talked myself out of so many opportunities thinking I’m not good enough or someone will do it better but not this time 👊🏼 some one once told me “you’ll never be dealt anything in life, that you’re not strong enough to handle” sometimes I need to stop and remember that. #future#eyesforward#doubt#fear#rememberwhatshesaid#strongenough#handleit
I keep surprising myself by pushing past my limits. I never thought I would be able to lift 25lbs but I can. I urge you not to stop when it starts to feel impossible because you are capable of more than you think.
How bad do YOU want it? I’ve heard time and time again: I want to eat healthy but I don’t have time. I want to get in the gym, but I don’t have time. I want to do this or that, but I don’t have time. Guess what NOW is the time, if you want something bad enough you won’t stop until you achieve your goals! What are you doing today that will better yourself tomorrow? 1. Like This Post 2.Tag a friend 3. Share it.
“MY motivation is to be healthy for my family and myself. I played sports in college and ranged between 230 and 250 lbs. I got a desk job in IT and 250 became 270, then 300 and I stopped weighing myself when I eventually slid into the 330s. I tried to workout but I never addressed my diet and therefore never made any real headway. I went to the doctor for more painkillers and muscle relaxers, which had become almost too regular, and learned my weight finally cresting the 340 mark. I remember feeling completely crushed when I saw that number and thought to myself I need to make a real change before I die (by ham sandwich *lol*). I started back to the gym by myself on a hard schedule focusing on low impact cardio via the strider elliptical and RPM with my wife. I typically stayed away from the free weights and just did machines. The regular workout schedule coupled with healthier eating produced success getting me back to 230. That success was short-lived and 230 slipped to 250 and then finally to 275. All do to becoming too comfortable, adding too many cheat meals, and skipping the gym all too often. Worried that I was headed back to the 300s, I joined Restore health at CAT for physical and nutritional guidance and I started back to the gym on a regular schedule. Not wanting to miss out on time with my kid(s), I decided to start going to the gym at 4:30 in the morning. Success!!! I was able to get down to 217 in 6 months by running on the treadmill, lifting free weights, CX, RPM, and HIIT combined with a lower carb diet. To make this more of a permanent lifestyle change I have added Sprint and GRIT to my mornings along with running races anywhere between a 5k and a half-marathon.
Big thanks to…
My family and friends for being supportive.
Todd for providing a great gym, opening the doors at 4:30, offering GRIT and Sprint for no extra charge, and hiring a fantastic staff and group of instructors.
Last but not the least are the instructors that will push you to the limit and make you want to come back for more(and YOU WILL). Hats off to Amy G, Barb, Ramona, Annette, Kelly, Courtni, Misty, Britney, Blair, John and countless others.” Thank you, Anthony!! 💪🏼💪🏼