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What made you decide you wanted/needed to start a program?

I could just imagine how the conversation might go with my wife if she were to say to me: “Mike, I’ll love you when you are old, I’ll love you when you are bald, I’ll love you if you are fat. But, you don’t have to be all three.”  Maybe that would be the nudge I’d need. So before it got to that, I thought I do something about the later.

From the age of 25 to 42, my weight crept up to almost 240lbs. At nearly 6’4” I wouldn’t have been described as “fat” but I certainly felt “Doughy”. I play a few sports, but each year I seemed to get a bit bigger, a bit slower, and a bit weaker. I was getting injured.  It was getting more difficult to keep up with my kids on the ice and ski hill. I imagine skiing with my grandkids one day, but I know that If I kept going down this path not only would I be setting a poor example for my 10 and 8-year-old, there would be no ski trips with grandkids in our future.

What results have you achieved since starting your program?

Six months ago I could barely do a handful of push-ups and was carrying too much weight. The good news is, with a decision to do something about it and the right actions,  we were able to loop off  30 lbs of fat. In the past few months, and found a muscle or two that had been hiding for a couple of decades.  I feel strong, fit and have energy. This outcome was the direct result of the advice, structure, and accountability Pushfit Studio provides.  Nothing like having a coach kick your butt into shape and a community to lean on.  Before I started one might have considered me relatively active, playing golf, hockey, and skiing. As it turns out, the old me was a guy who has some sports equipment. I’m proud to admit, the new me is in shape.  I’d no longer describe myself as doughy, I’d describe myself as fit and thrilled.

What do you like best about our program/ having a trainer?

I’ve tried to lose weight on my own in the past. This is the first time I had a professional build me a program and a trainer to coach me. Nothing like having a trainer to get you to do, what you know you should do, but don’t want to.
I just have to show up and move how they tell me and make better eating decisions. Nothing drastic, little, better decisions on a consistent basis. Most of us know the difference between good food and bad. The right coach makes it work for you. Pretty straight forward, and because I pay for the advice, I do it.   
Finally, Time is very valuable to me, so getting the most out of the time you are “building strength and endurance” (I hate exercise, I like to build strength and endurance, sounds cooler), and helping you put the right fuel in your body to you get your results quickly is key. There is way too much noise available on weight loss, and fitness. I benefited from having a professional to give me something that would work for me, was tailored specifically to my issues and would help me attain my goals.  The value of advice is difficult to measure, how do you put a price on Health?

What would you say to someone on the fence about joining our program?

You owe it to yourself to be the best version of you possible. We get one life, I invite you to do what you can to live it well.  



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