“I dreaded going to the gym because it was the same thing over and over.”
Before No limit, I had to come up with a workout routine for myself. I would try to find workouts online and it just became repetitive and uninspired. I dreaded going to the gym because it was the same thing over and over. I wasted a lot of time waiting for equipment and machines to be open. It became very boring very quickly.CONTINUE READING
In one minute this man covers it all. Is this you?
Growing up and through my early 20’s, I was always naturally “skinny”. I could eat whatever I wanted and it never affected me. I would work out on and off as I pleased, but was never consistent. My sister has worked out for as long as I can recall, and I remember making fun of her for doing it so much, as I never thought she really “needed to”. I would go to the gym off and on as I pleased and would work out to Beach Body videos at home, very inconsistently. Fast forward to 2011 when I had my first child. The weight came off quickly, but I was weak and had very little muscle. Finally in 2012, a friend asked me to go to No Limit with her on a Groupon deal. I’m a teacher, so I wasn’t excited about the idea of working out at 5:30am in order to be ready for the work day. But, I liked the idea of working out, and my LA fitness pass was clearly going to waste as I only went and used the elliptical maybe 2 times a week, so I decided to suck it up and go.CONTINUE READING
You don’t have to live anyone else’s story.
Just do your best to be a better version of yourself every single day.
Before coming to No Limit, I was bored with my workouts, unmotivated to consistently eat clean, and I was extremely tired. Most weekdays, I would come home from work and literally go straight to bed. Life was stressful and I was tired of being tired all the time. I needed energy and I needed to feel good again. I realized the only way I was going to be able to achieve my personal and career goals was to make the lifestyle change and get healthy!CONTINUE READING
I am a 53 yr. old mom and retired Dental Hygienist. I’ve belonged to a gym for over 25 years and always loved to work out. A few yrs. ago, I developed Carpel Tunnel Syndrome which meant I had to retire from my profession and have 4 surgeries on my wrists and elbows. At the time, I belonged to another “Chain Gym” and I continued to work out as best I could. I had a trainer at this gym, Alex Meza who worked with me and around my injuries. I trained with Alex at this gym for over two years and kept in shape considering all the surgeries I had. When my trainer moved to No Limit soon after and I knew I wanted to follow him. I’ve been at No limit now for about 6 months and I have seen a drastic change.CONTINUE READING
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