Before No Limit I had no workout routine at all. Walking my dog was it . I didn’t like to workout so I didn’t. I also have a sedentary job which is not a good thing. I actually have joined gyms and have never gone. I never had a weight problem growing up but was a softball player so I was always active. I was eating (and still do) eat too much food and portions that are larger than necessary .CONTINUE READING
This one might hurt because it’s true. You know who you are. You need to stop lying about your grind.
Watch this one before you start your week.
In order to be successful at anything there has to be sacrifice. I’ve talked to a lot of successful people and one of the things they all have in common is that they had to give up a lot for a period of time and sacrifice some things in order to get to where they are. When asked if it was worth it and if they would do it again, the answer was always yes.CONTINUE READING
This year I turned 50 grateful. Although I have always had an abundance of blessings, I have not always embraced them. I hope that my story will inspire you to see and embrace your blessings and believe in miracles. As a child I waited with happy anticipation, in my prettiest dress and shiny patent leather shoes, for the church bus to pick me up. I loved to sing and hear how much Jesus loved the little children. I felt a blanket of safety and love at church. At 10, I was orphaned. Jesus loved the little children?CONTINUE READING
I joined No Limit in January of 2012, after a friend pressured me to sign up for a trial. I was definitely not excited about going. I didn’t have an exercise routine and felt overwhelmed anytime I set foot into a gym. I would walk in and go straight to the cardio machines. I had absolutely no clue what I was doing. I was always uncomfortable and worried that people were judging me. To my surprise, I actually enjoyed going to classes at No Limit. Everyone was welcoming and I was impressed by how helpful and present the trainers were during classes. Over time, I struggled to be consistent and stay motivated, but I also couldn’t bring myself to cancel my membership.CONTINUE READING
We know to lose body fat you must expend more energy (calories out) than you consume (calories in) from food on a daily basis over the course of time in order to create a calorie deficit. So is there a way we can work it from both sides? Absolutely! By focusing on the 3 components of metabolism listed in the article, and here’s how:CONTINUE READING
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When it’s finished going through all of that you CAN’T break it!
We all get tested, put under pressure and through challenges. Those who can withstand all of that and keep going are the ones who can’t be broken and succeed. Nothing great comes easy. Think about that next time you want to quit when things get hard.CONTINUE READING
When I joined No Limit in December of 2011 I had already lost about 60 pounds with another boot camp. This changed my whole lifestyle. I had successfully quit my 3-4 Pepsi’s a day habit and stopped eating fast food. It wasn’t easy at all in the beginning but the more I saw results the more I wanted to change.CONTINUE READING
I’ve struggled with my weight since I was a teenager, mainly because I love to eat. A LOT. And for most of my adult life, I haven’t had an active lifestyle. Over the years, my weight has gone up and down, depending on how “good” I’ve been behaving. Sometimes, I would go to the gym regularly and eat healthy. Other times, I’d stop working out completely and pig out on junk food on a regular basis. There was never any middle ground. It was always all or nothing.CONTINUE READING
A lot of us want the final product but don’t want to go through the process.
If you had 6 months to live, what would you differently?
It’s the same with your health and fitness. You want that lean and strong body but your actions and lifestyle aren’t aligned with your goals. You have to go through the process, you have to put in the work.CONTINUE READING