The fat on everyone is distributed differently, and everyone’s body responds to exercise in different ways. While there certainly are scientific methods of exercise that generally work, advancement in the art and sport of exercise requires a personal connection between the athlete and the exercise. Each exercise, each routine, and each complete program must be personalized to the athlete’s goals, preferences, abilities, and biological feedback.
Therefore, the art and sport of exercise is truly a personal science, one continuous human experiment on yourself.
In a matter of weeks, you’ll transform your mind and body. In a matter of months, you’ll transform your life.
You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great. – Zig Ziglar
At first, you may feel a little hesitant, maybe even a little clumsy and unsure. You’ll get frustrated easily; progress seems nonexistent. But slowly, imperceptibly, week by week, fat is being replaced by muscle. Fatigue and depression are replaced by energy and confidence. Suddenly, you look in the mirror, and you realize you’ve become a better version of yourself, someone that you want to share with others with equal hope to inspire change.
I’ll be there with you every step of the way, coaching, pushing, praising, sometimes criticizing. I’ll be there when you first start your journey when your goals seem impossibly far away. I’ll be there on the days you are not feeling motivated, and I’ll be there the day you are excited to notice the first changes in your body and find your new confidence. Welcome to the human experimentation lab.
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