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How has fitness improved your life?

I have always been involved in athletics, but at the same time always have carried extra weight. After college I didn't have athletics to keep me in shape so it was important for me to establish proper workouts and nutrition for my own health. My hope is that my personal health and fitness journey inspires my clients to work on theirs every single day! 

What keeps you motivated?

My clients are a huge motivation for me. I make sure that I don't ask my clients to do anything that I haven't done/won't do. My family is also a big motivator for me, I want to be able to play with my son for my entire life and model a healthy lifestyle for him to grow up with.

What results have you seen training at CREATE Fitness?

Since starting in May of 2016 I have lost over 50 lbs and gladly spent a fair amount of money on new clothes. 

How has fitness improved your day to day life?

Almost all my old aches and pains have disappeared!

What was your motivation for starting?

My motivation was to work to get myself off of my blood pressure medications, and turn myself into a fat burning machine, both which require me to maintain my new size.

What advice would you give someone who is thinking about starting on their fitness journey?

Don't give up! Follow the recommendations for diet and training given by the staff <at CREATE Fitness> and stick to it!

What results have you seen training at CREATE Fitness?

Increased strength. Decreased back pain. Weight loss (50 lbs) through fitness and reduction in caloric intake.

How has fitness improved your day to day life?

Dramatically! My work is improved with more agility and stamina. At home I have more motivation and ability to do home projects.

How were you able to keep yourself motivated and on track?

Looking back at photos of what my body shape was in the past. The way I feel now compared to a year ago: more energy, stamina, and a better mental outlook.

What advice would you give someone who is thinking about starting on their fitness journey?

Forget the 30 day fix. Set milestones, not goals. Analyze your diet. Get moving, do something! Walk, run, workout! Find a club/trainer that you like and you can work with. I'm 60 now and I haven't been in this shape since I was in my 20's! If you are out of shape now it will take a couple months trying to fix the damage from years past (lack of maintenance). Fight through it, think of the long game!