The world is filled with talented people that accomplish nothing.
There’s a power in mastery, how many people are committed to mastery? Are you?
We become mediocre at a bunch of things and master nothing. We quit when it’s tough, instead of embracing the struggle and working through adversity.CONTINUE READING
My workout routine before No Limit was basically 1 or 2 days per week of racquetball or tennis…..and that too was not consistent every week. Eating habits were not the smartest or disciplined. Last 10 years have seen the scale needle go up every year and I could feel the sluggishness creep in. It had gotten to a point where it was very easy to convenience myself that I am very busy and will get to a healthy routine when time permits.CONTINUE READING
For the majority of my life, I’ve lived an active lifestyle, however through the years my weight has definitely fluctuated. I’ve always worked hard and played hard. I ate “ok” and exercised regularly. Then I had two kids. I was always tired and didn’t have time to work out.CONTINUE READING
Pain is tricky… If you don’t control pain, it will control you.
Recycle your pain and use it as fuel to succeed.
Several times in my life, I was motivated to join a gym. My idea of a great workout was taking a stroll on the treadmill and people watching, committing to three days a week (that’s dedication). I wasn’t concerned because I could control my weight with dieting alone until about a year ago. On the advice of my MD, I went to a cardiologist and had a workup. That’s when the s**t hit the fan. I found out that I was a borderline diabetic and for the first time in my life had high cholesterol. Since my diet was relatively on point, when he inquired about my exercise regime, I laughed and said what regime? This was my wake-up call!CONTINUE READING
I have been involved in numerous sports all the way through high school. When in college I maintained a very active lifestyle playing around 2-4 hours of basketball on a daily basis. My senior year in college I was lucky enough to get an internship with a local CPA firm that hired me on full time right after I finished my last college semester in December 2007.CONTINUE READING
Anything is possible…
Never, never, never give up.
“Let me just start off saying that being fit and staying healthy have always been a big challenge for me, I really like food. “
My workout journey really began when I was 19 years old and saw a billboard for the LA marathon and decided I was going to run it. That was back in 1996. I have struggled with weight pretty much my entire life and once I made the decision the run that race I knew I would do it. I started off running a mile at a time and getting through that one mile was difficult for me. Fast forward 6 months later, I finished my first marathon and was in really amazing shape.CONTINUE READING