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Beginning Your Journey

Over the past more than a decade, I've worked with clients of all different ages, careers, fitness levels, confidence levels, and experience. They all have something in common; They were all willing to take that first step. This is always the the most important one, for many reasons. For starters, it requires the greatest amount of courage... The courage to start a new journey into the unknown;


Into the unknowns of the Fitness and Nutrition world.


Into the unknowns of you finding out who you are and what you are made of.


Into the unknowns of finding out who you were supposed to be all along.


At the end of the day, you are in control and you have the freedom to take that first step... or not. We are approaching the end of another year and the beginning of a new one. It's time to finally look yourself in the mirror and take that first step to become the best version of yourself.


That doesn't just mean in fitness, either. Let this be the year that you actually do the things you've been saying you've wanted to do for the past decade:


To get in shape.

Take the trip.

Become the husband, father or friend you've said you were going to.

To get your calendar organized to clean out that one room you've been procrastinating on.

To start going to therapy and start figuring out the in depth wirings about yourself.

To quit smoking, drinking too much, binge eating all the time, and stopping the negative self talk.


I'll end with this; I know a lot of these decisions aren't easy. Some of them may seem impossible and so overwhelming, but you have way more control than you think you do but you have to take the first step. Make it happen!



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