For years I have worked out prior to joining No Limit, mostly in the 24 hour fitness chain type environment but I have tried workouts and gyms A-Z. I have always enjoyed working out but at times it was hard to stay consistent with a continuous gym routine. For these reasons I did not get the results that I desire.
This week we’re sharing a story about a client who at first hated working out, worked crazy hours and wanted nothing to do with the gym or waking up early. She even quit NL before when she wasn’t seeing the change she wanted.
Life before No Limit was very challenging; I was what you would call a “cardio bunny.” I had a complete misrepresentation of what fitness was and what it could do for my body. I went to 24 hour fitness and I did elliptical most of the time with little weights with the fear it would make me look bulky. I was working out 7 days a week yet I wasn’t seeing any results. I was feeling very un-motivated, I knew I had to do something to change up my workouts but I wasn’t sure what that would be.
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Well, I was never a real fitness person. I would work out here and there but was never really consistent with my workout routines.
“Six years ago I was diagnosed with Papillary Carcinoma of the Thyroid, in other words I had thyroid cancer.”
Six years ago I was diagnosed with Papillary Carcinoma of the Thyroid, in other words I had thyroid cancer. Within a few months of being diagnosed I underwent a thyroidectomy and had radiation treatments. After all my treatments were completed I started putting on weight, a side effect of not having a thyroid. My body’s metabolism system did not function like a normal healthy person’s would. Once I was cleared to workout I started going to the gym and started “eating healthy” or so what I thought eating healthy meant, but I was not seeing any changes.
Before No Limit I was VERY inconsistent with my working out, ate whatever I wanted and would have many nights of partying.
“I was tired of feeling unhappy with myself, and having zero energy.”
I was tired of feeling unhappy with myself, and having zero energy. I put a goal in my head and was determined to get there. I still have more to do to reach that goal, but I’m way further than I would have been if I hadn’t started at No Limit!
Hi my name is Sarah Fry. I’ve been training at No Limit for the last 3 years and doing personal training for about 3 months. I was always an extremely motivated athlete who never felt the need to hire a trainer. I decided I needed that extra one on one motivation and support to get me back into shape. Alex is my trainer and she is really friendly, knowledgeable and tough (but encouraging)! I’ve trained with Alan too, and he’s equally awesome!
Just a few words I think about when No Limit client Craig comes to mind.
70 years old and this man is crushing it. No complaining about aches or pains, no excuses. His work ethic is incredible. He’s in the gym at least 4 days a week putting in work. He’s living, breathing proof that age is just a number!