I wanted to write this post to motivate you. To motivate me. To motivate this girl. In the time I trained her she changed so much. She lost a lot of weight, near 65lbs. She became stronger. But more than the physical, she became more confident. I loved working with her and love working with people like her. She groaned and whined and cried but she pushed through it, every workout. She had decided at a certain time she was going to go it on her own, which I totally understand. In fact, for me, it’s a dream when my clients are willing to go it on their own. My hope is that I give them the tools and the know-how to be confident enough to workout without someone telling them what to do. Be aware, this is not an easy thing to do. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it. You have to push yourself harder (as though you had a trainer yelling at you), you have to make the time and you have to find the motivation. What are you working out for? To be healthy for you and your family? To teach your kids the right way? To fit into that bathing suit? To run a marathon? To look good in a LBD? Whatever it is, remind yourself of it today. Get up, give yourself 30 minutes to go for a walk/run, lift some weights, do some yoga. Move today! Don’t wait for tomorrow. You can do it! Heidi, I’m talking to you!!