My journey at No Limit has been an absolutely incredible almost 4 year experience. It began during the Summer of 2011 with a Groupon to try out the No Limit Bootcamp for 4 weeks. At that time the No Limit gym was still a dream of Sako’s. Bootcamp was held at Eucalyptus Park in Anaheim Hills. I had done bootcamps in the past but they didn’t compare to the No Limit bootcamps, which at that time were taught by Mark and Tony. I hadn’t exercised in awhile and was definitely out of shape. I had done some personal training at 24Hr Fitness about 10 years prior but it was nothing compared to what I was about to encounter. When Sako opened the gym in October of 2011 I decided to sign up for bootcamp. I really wasn’t committed and didn’t go very often and it wasn’t until January of 2012 that I made a serious commitment to get into shape. Sako e-mailed out an opportunity to everyone to apply for his 90 day Body Transformation program through personal training and nutritional coaching. Those interested had to answer a series of questions as to why we really wanted to participate. Sako was looking for individuals that would be committed. I didn’t know Sako at the time I applied and he confided in me, much later, that he wasn’t sure if I was up for the challenge and it was Mark and Tony that told him they thought I could do it. Yes! I was chosen to participate with two others. My real fitness journey began at No Limit on 1/16/12. This is when fitness got into my blood.CONTINUE READING
Before No Limit my life was all about soccer. When I tore my ACL, junior year of high school, my priorities started to change. I was still working out every day at LA Fitness, but it was the same old boring workout routine. I was just maintaining my body. During this time I was eating whatever and was going out partying 3 times a week (a lot of late night Del Taco runs). I didn’t like the way I looked and I had zero confidence in myself. I pretty much felt like the ugly duckling out of my family and friends. I didn’t feel or look at myself as being an attractive young lady. I knew I wasn’t a small girl, but I didn’t know how to change my body. I just continued my same routine workout, partied, and being unhappy with myself.CONTINUE READING
Step by step she crushes it, no hesitation, no doubt in her mind and a few clients start looking over at her in awe as she goes.CONTINUE READING
I have exercised pretty regularly for several years. I was at a different gym/boot camp that ended up closing and a friend of mine invited me to No Limit. I loved it from the first class! I also cycle. Once I tried No Limit I brought 4 friends with me and Sako gave us a trial for free boot camps! He was very relaxed, not uptight about the money or if we were going to sign up or not, no pressure. I liked that about him. We all loved it and signed up!CONTINUE READING
“I swam and played water polo for many years, so when it was time to transition into sports on land my freshman year of university I found it very difficult.”
I tried anything and everything from home workout videos, to buying a gym pass to LA Boxing, to trying to self-workouts, etc. My main problem was the lack of motivation. It took me a while but I have realized that one of the key factors in keeping me motivated is structure. When I tried to motivate myself at the gym, I would somehow convince myself that 30 minutes was ample enough, or somehow talk myself into doing only the bare minimum, which in return showed very little results and became even more disheartening.CONTINUE READING
Being active is something that has always been important to me. I grew up as an athlete and continue to play sports to this day. After high school, I went into the Marine Corps where they take “being physically fit” to a whole new level. While I was in the Marine Corps I started working out with the bodybuilding team and I learned so many different exercises and programs. Working out almost three times a day made me in the best shape of my life. The wear and tear of playing sports all my life and being a Marine took a toll on my knees. When I got out the Marine Corps I was diagnosed with Patellofemoral Knee Syndrome (PFPS) and developed arthritis in both of my knees. The grinding noise my knees make at my young age is pretty entertaining. I am now considered a disabled veteran.CONTINUE READING
One of my favorite ways to start the week, by watching a motivational clip or something to inspire me. Hope by passing this along I can at least get one other person pumped as well!CONTINUE READING
Before No Limit my workout routine was steady. I have been going to the gym and working out on a regular basis. I’ve also had a couple of personal trainers but continued to see little to no results. Family and friends told me I looked fine, but I wanted to look more than just fine. I knew this was not how I wanted to look and feel for the rest of my life.CONTINUE READING
At the end of your feelings is NOTHING.
At the end of every principle is a promise.
What’s YOUR why? Why do you wake up every morning?
If you’re ready to take the first step towards a better you, now is the time. Click below to get 14 days FREE of our group training programs and do something today that will make you better tomorrow!CONTINUE READING
B.NL. (Before No Limit): I was very unhappy with my body image; I would only take pictures from the neck on up and I had little to no self-control when it came to food. I could easily eat an ENTIRE box of Zingers (the raspberry Twinkie rolled in coconut kind), plus throw down a few handfuls of MMs while sipping on a Venti Starbucks frap all in one sitting. I could have probably out ate Adam Richman from Man vs. Food.CONTINUE READING
We normally share clients testimonials and stories but this week I want to share a story about a team member. A team member who i’ve known for around 8 years. This isn’t a story about his transformation. I just want to share with everyone about his story and how he plays a big role at No Limit. The quote above sums it all up when it comes to him. HE’S ALL IN.CONTINUE READING