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My Why

Updated: Jul 21, 2020

My "Why" is my family. I want to be around for as long as possible, and I'm trying to do everything possible to do that.

When I started working out again (15 years ago at 30 years old), it didn't feel great, but I knew if I stuck with it, and stuck with a simple nutrition plan that things would start to change...and they did.

Like a snowball running down a mountain, it multiplied and grew - the results turning into a passion for fitness and sharing it with others.

I love meeting people at their starting point - because I was there! I was on the other side of the table, getting started and ready to change.

Find your why. When you find it, get to work.

If you need help finding your why, or if you already know what it is and you need a plan and a guide for that plan, reach out here:

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