Stop Trying To Do It Alone
When I first started training at the gym as a teenager, I spun my wheels for years. I didn’t know how to squat, I didn’t know how to use the machines, I didn’t know what program to follow.
So I just did what I knew: a few minutes on the treadmill and some ab crunches.
Same old routine over and over, same old results over and over.
I was too embarrassed and too stubborn to ask for help.
All my friends were stronger than I was. They all had better bodies and were more confident and outgoing because of that.
I just watched, tried to figure it out for myself and kept doing the same routine at the gym and eating the same way.
And nothing changed.
After three or four years of this, I had a big realization that changed my life.
I swallowed my pride and said to myself:
“My way isn’t working.”
Wow. It took a lot of guts to admit that I didn't know it all and that I couldn’t do it all by myself.
That’s when I started involving other people. I found a training partner to work out with every week. We pushed each other.
We became INVESTED in our own success and other people’s success.
That’s when everything changed for me.
That’s when the lightbulb went off. I knew that if I could become accountable to others, I could stay on track and achieving my goals would be inevitable.
I achieved my fitness goals and I helped other people achieve their is.
It was win-win.
Are you ready to be the candle that lights other candles?
But before you join, I should warn you…
Maybe it’s not the right time for you to start with journey with us.