Rolling out of bed, slipping into my workout clothes, and getting ready for the morning in 3.5 minutes (seriously, I’ve got it down to a science now) has become a routine I’ve grown quite fond of. I think I’d kick and scream if I ever had to wear office make-up (or clothes) every day again.
It takes about two minutes, after my alarm goes off, to shake off the OMG-I-literally-cannot-get-out-of-this-bed. Yup, every morning I have to give myself a two-minute pep talk…that may or may not require a few cuss words. GTFO outta bedddddd! You’ve got lives to change, betch.
Ok, changing lives might be a stretch; but I am for sure changing some bodies.
Who would’ve thought after four years in college, a PR degree, a couple jobs, life lessons, and heartbreaks, I’d come full circle right back to where I shone the brightest — cheering people on. It’s my calling; always has been, always will be.
True Life: I’m still a “cheerleader”. And I’m totally ok with that.
It’s been a while since you all have seen any of my clients’ progress. Mainly due to them being humble and not wanting to show off, but that’s what I’m for. 😉
I train, I cheer on, and I document. What’s progress if you don’t really know how far you’ve come? I can preach all day long about how well someone’s doing, or how much faster they’re completing a set. But it doesn’t mean a damn thing until they see it.
Three months and fifteen pounds (lighter) later, this girl puts the transformation in #TransformationTuesday. She trains with me three days a week, y’all. THREE DAYS A WEEK. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: changing your body IS possible.
Don’t think you can do it? Email me. Message me. Read my blog. Whatever helps. I’m here to cheer you on! Xo
Stay fit, friends!