Archive for the ‘Quotes’ Category

Quote of the Day

Posted: July 19, 2013 in Quotes

Wishful thinking will not get you anywhere. Put in the effort and you will see results. Be patient, set goals, and remember this is a lifestyle change, not an overnight crash diet. Give yourself room to grow and be proud of the progress you make.

Fight for what you want & give it your all.


Posted: July 18, 2013 in Quotes, Reality Check
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I really think a lot of the ladies out there need to admit this!

A few months ago, Mondays were a day I dreaded. They just have that ever present rain cloud that everyone seems to be under.

Fast forward to now.

Monday is a day that represents opportunity, excitement, knowledge, and importance. My team has opened my eyes and changed how I see the world. By working with positive people who reinforce healthy habits and a good work ethic, you find yourself adopting their mindset. Not only do I have so many more opportunities to help people, I am also helping myself. Being a coach has opened so many doors, and even a few windows. Madison and I both get to listen to peoples needs, and help them get there.

Watching people on their journey to being healthy, fit, or financially free is the best thing ever.

It is that first step that makes the biggest impact.

I am thankful today that Madison and I chose to become Coaches, to get healthy, to be fit, and to help others do the same.

What are you going to be thankful to yourself for in 3 months? A year? 2?

We can help you look back and be proud.


Although it sounds a little over the top, it couldn’t be any further from the truth!  I am constantly trying new moves and workouts to continue to improve in all aspects of fitness.  Training a cross-fit circuit with a few guys 3 nights a week is an awesome change of pace from lifting weights or P90X/P90X2 routines (which I do regularly)… Allowing yourself to fail and get out of that comfort zone (Like running on the treadmill for 30 minutes a night) keeps your body guessing, and also promotes changes in your body.  Don’t be perfect at one thing, be great at many!

Working with clients who do not believe themselves to be capable of something can be very frustrating sometimes, because no one really knows how far they can go until they are pushed. If you think you can’t do something, you’re right. Once you set boundaries on what your body’s capabilities are, you never reach any goals or achieve much progress. Your mind will quit long before your body has reached it’s limit. Over-thinking our workouts or food choices will often lead to underachieving. If you remind yourself every day to push a little bit harder or train a little bit longer, you will do yourself a favor.

Mind over matter.

Do not let your mind be reason for your body’s failure. Push yourself. Fail. Allow yourself to try again until you succeed.

Remember, you can either be your own worst enemy, or your best motivator.

Quote of the Day

Posted: April 9, 2013 in Quotes

Don’t let anyone bring you down, or make you feel as though what you are doing for yourself is foolish. When it comes to working out and eating healthy, some people will belittle those who do try to make it a lifestyle, labelling them as “boring” or “health freaks”. I know I have been called both a time or two, and if I had let that stop me I would have given up years ago. Never be ashamed of something that makes you a better person and helps you lead a healthier life. There is absolutely nothing more detrimental to a workout or diet than a friend who is willing to put both on the back burner. If you are going to have a workout partner, make sure you are both on the same page, motivate each other to do and be better. These are your changes and this is your life. Strive for the best version of yourself, because when all is said and done, you will be the one who has to live with your choices for the rest of your life.

Quote of the Day

Posted: March 26, 2013 in Quotes

Failure equals results. You are going to have to work at it in order to grow. Change does not come overnight. Do not expect to come home from your first workout and look like you’ve lost ten inches. Any progress is good progress. Losing one pound may not seem like a lot to you, but it’s one pound closer to your goal weight.

Hope everyone’s having a great day, get up and begin your change!