Fitness is a relative term. It’s personal.
Did you participate in competitive sports growing up, and do you now cherish memories of being in the best shape of your life? Do you currently struggle to find a balance between your professional work and health and fitness? Are you looking for a way to socialize outside of work without gaining weight? Do you aspire to get back in shape but want it to be fun and dynamic? If you answered “yes” to all of most of these questions, then I challenge you to work with me to get you back to where you want to be.
There are ten components of fitness everyone will teach you, and you can see a rundown if you click here. But go with me just a bit further…
I used to view “fitness” as a specialization in one particular thing, like weight training, cardio, balance or flexibility. After studying, teaching and training for 5 years, I learned something important: Fitness is specializing in not specializing. Your focus doesn’t have to be excelling at one thing. You can and should develop every skill to amplify your fitness.
Most importantly, with insight and a bit of creativity, you can make the things you do every day into a workout that fits your life.