“I was at my heaviest, not pregnant, weight. Over 200 pounds.”
There were a lot of things that aligned up at the time I signed up for No Limit. I was at my heaviest, not pregnant, weight. Over 200 pounds. My doctor told me that she was concerned about my liver numbers. I told her how much I drank. Needless to say she wasn’t too happy with my answer. I guess its not ok to drink a bottle of wine by yourself. I also told her about my son who has CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) and how he will need a transplant one day. I told her that I would be his kidney donor. She said they wouldn’t take me because I am not healthy. My friends and family know that drinking is my thing. 1st birthday party? Lets drink! Baby shower? Lets drink! The suns out! Lets drink! There was absolutely no way I would not be Coles’ donor. So I stopped drinking (ok 95% stopped drinking), changed my diet and exercise daily.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.
I used to attend other boot camps prior to joining No Limit. I attended an all ladies boot camp for about three years. During that time, I worked hard and lost a considerable amount of weight, but unfortunately I injured my back and had to stop attending due to doctor’s orders. After going through months of physical therapy, I was given the “ok” to ease back into daily exercise. I decided to try a boot camp with 30 minute long sessions. It was great at the beginning, but after a year and a half, doubling and even tripling my daily sessions were not enough for me.CONTINUE READING
“Before No Limit, working out was sporadic at best (and not effective).”
Before No Limit, working out was sporadic at best (and not effective). Armed with a 24 Hour Fitness membership and zero knowledge, I tried to come up with workouts or piggy-back off of a friends routine – all with little to no results. I mentally felt like I was doing something, but my body was telling me “Nope! Try again!” Plus, I really didn’t like the gym environment. I always felt like I was being judged and didn’t have the discipline to get into a routine and stick to it.CONTINUE READING
I weighed 200 lbs. I was in my mid twenties, extremely overweight and depressed. I did not understand how I had allowed myself to get to a point where I no longer recognized myself. I stopped caring about myself, I stopped looking in the mirror. Before I knew it I was 200 lbs, I had gained an average of 15 lbs a year for the last 4 years and these were my results. I did not want to go shopping, I did not want to socialize, I certainly did not have a boyfriend. At that time, I didn’t love myself, so how could I expect anyone to love me. I had shut down completely.CONTINUE READING
When I joined No Limit two and a half years ago, I was 60 pounds heavier. I could not do a push up or hold a plank. I had just had my second child and I thought I’d never get back into shape again, no less go back to being the athlete I was in my 20’s.CONTINUE READING
” I first came to No Limit in the summer of 2014 right before the beginning of sophomore year weighing 155lbs. “
I first came to No Limit in the summer of 2014 right before the beginning of sophomore year weighing 155lbs. I worked out with a few different trainers, just trying to get a good workout in. I lifted a lot, but evidently I was doing most of the incorrect exercises that didn’t affiliate with baseball. It felt very good and I was gaining some weight, but very slowly.
One of my dad’s coworkers said that No Limit had a trainer that trains baseball players, so that appealed to my dad very much. I went there thinking it would be like any other gym; Just a place where people go to workout, but it’s not. The shirts that say “No Limit Family” really means it. Everyone is very friendly and they all know each other. Many of people are great, even though I don’t know most of them I’m glad I can see everyone’s face when I go there.
“I’m very pleased with my results and I’m very thankful that Jeff has put up with me for this past year and a half.”
It’s one of the best places I’ve been to and I wouldn’t recommend any other place to train because it more than a gym, it’s a family. As I said earlier, when I first came in I was weighing 155lbs. I was a scrawny, little kid with nothing, but skin and bone. At first I was upset that I wasn’t gaining any weight, but I knew it’ll come. One year later, at the beginning of my junior year, I weighed 175 lbs. I was very pleased with my results, but I kept working and now I’m at 187lbs!! I’m very pleased with my results and I’m very thankful that Jeff has put up with me for this past year and a half.CONTINUE READING
You get excited about your new years resolution, you overcommit, make huge promises to yourself and 6 weeks later you let yourself down and fail…
Stay committed and stay focused. You owe it to yourself.CONTINUE READING