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
Before No Limit I was going to the gym as much as I could maybe 3 times a week. I did weightlifting and then also 20 minutes of cardio on the treadmill or elliptical. I never really got the adrenaline I get when I work out at No Limit. I would be sore from the weight lifting but I didn’t feel motivated to get back anytime soon. I would hit a plateau and as I would drop some weight I never could get to my ideal goal.CONTINUE READING
I had been going to the gym for about 15 years and you could say I “thought” I was conscience and aware of my body. I wasn’t seeing very many results and I was becoming frustrated with the amount of work I put in. I was always looking for something new to try and one day I came across a deal on Groupon. I tried No Limit for 30 days and fell in love. I fell in love with the people, my environment, and how I felt.CONTINUE READING
The secret to real happiness is progress, if we can make progress on a regular basis we feel alive. So if you want to make real progress then you have to take control of this process and not just hope it’s going to workout.CONTINUE READING
I have always been someone who enjoys working out. I started while in college and simply carried my exercise habits over as I aged. For years I spent 3-5 days a week at a private gym taking spin classes and circuit training and, at 40, I was in the best shape of my “adult” life. Then at 41, I had my first child and from that point on, I just couldn’t get back on track. It wasn’t for lack of trying; it was because I didn’t try ENOUGH.CONTINUE READING
Do you give 100% in your workouts, at work or at anything?
In reality we can always be better. Even when you think you’ve done everything you can, you still can do a little bit more.CONTINUE READING