Fitness Motivation Story
I just wanted to thank you so much during this holiday. I found Summit when I was bringing my mother in for a splint adjustment. That day was the open house in August. As I waited for my mother I was noticing all the equipment. I’ve always have been into sports growing up and liked the gyms. Things started changing as I became older and injured my back. Later that day I came back for the open house, I already had called to set up a time to meet so I could see what could be offered to me. I met you and even with that first meeting I knew I was doing something right for me. I also won a free training session.
I was so out of shape. I started working with you and even though I can’t move well the next day (do to the sore muscles) I have a smile on my face. I have gained so much energy and strength already. There are time I want to quit but your energy pulls me through. I actually look forward to our workouts. I am able to talk to you about many different topics, usually loose count during an exercise, but that is why I love it. I have had other trainers in the past but then it felt like work and soon I did quit. With you I find myself looking forward to our next session.
My mother has also noticed a difference, she stated the other day how much more I am doing and how I am able to move better. I love how you change our sessions to keep things new and interesting too. This also keeps me motivated. I just signed up for 20 more sessions because of you. You keep me motivated, challenged which I love and inspired. I know I can’t do this alone and I am so blessed to have you as my trainer. Again, THANK YOU.
“High school and college athletics played a very central role in my life; they are what inspired me to pursue a career in the health and wellness field. It is my goal to share my passion with others, to teach others to live healthy and active lifestyles, and to motivate others to pursue health throughout their lifetime.”
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