Real people. Real bodies.

… It’s quite something really, how my mind works.

In the middle of holding a rear delt raise for what felt like a million hours at a photo shoot today, my brain started kicking, as usual, into overdrive. I’m on a “vacation” and my brain just won’t shut off. What else is new, right?

Never mind the fact that I have the rest of my yard to rake and clean up, one more garden, 14-feet long to edge out and trees to limb up this week. No, brush all of that aside because my brain wrapped itself around a campaign for me as a personal trainer to launch in my area and to my online clients.

Real people, real bodies, real results.

Sure, P90x, Insanity, the countless Jillian Michaels workouts are all fantastic. They’re marketing genius. And they do provide the users with results. However, let’s be realistic… the average person struggles to follow the “for all” workouts that you get on DVDs or can stream for $9.99/month. Just as the average person struggles to fall into step with the diets that most provide so that they get the optimum results.

I’ve always stood behind the “Everyone is different” motto. Even before I became a trainer and nutritionist. Why? Because it’s true. What works for me, might not work for you. I hold myself to different standards, I have different goals, my body itself is different. That’s only some of the factors that need to be taken into consideration in the fitness world.

In order to find success, a person needs a program that fits their environment, their life, etc. And that’s what I’m already doing with my clients now, but my brain is screaming at me to push it out to the world. Get it out there. Encourage people to embrace their bodies and teach them how to achieve success in fitness with reasonable tactics. No insanity. No gimmicks. None of it. Just people being connected with programs for them specifically. Not every Joe Schmoe out there.

So now the footwork begins.

I’ll rest plenty when I’m dead.

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Mother. Photographer. Writer. Founder of Fit Fridays for Mental Health. Former powerlifter turned weightlifter. Coach & Nutritionist. Spondy/PCOS/Endo. Bully breed advocate.

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