Katrina joined our No Limits Fitness family over a year ago and has been consistently attending our early morning sessions. She’s yet another client that shows up with a smile on her face at the wee hours of the morning, when most of us don’t want to smile.
Her strength gains have been equally as impressive as her losses! Katrina’s positive attitude, determination and focus, make training with her a pleasure. Read on as she shares some insights on her successes.
Q: What is your favorite inspirational quote?
A: “A person who wants to do something will find a way; a person who doesn’t will find an excuse” – Stephen Dolley Jr.
Q: What are your personal health and fitness goals?
A: To complete the Disney Princess Half Marathon in February 2018. And on the journey to get stronger and lower my body fat percentage. After February my new goal will be to train and complete a sprint triathlon in 2019.
Q: What ONE thing keeps you most focused and motivated to continue to work hard to reach your goals?
A: My kids. I love that they are learning healthy habits and I can be a role model for them. They always ask, “what exercises did you do today” and I may get to do a couple more burpees with them for “fun.”
Q: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started with us?
A: I joined the No Limits Fitness family in September 2016 after struggling to lose weight on my own and after my doctor recommended losing some weight. I did the 28 day challenge and loved the workout style. More importantly the comradery among staff and members was evident from the first day and I wanted in!
Q: How has No Limits Fitness made a difference in your life?
A: I am more energetic, stronger, and eating healthier. But when I do struggle, the real difference is having an accountability coach offering words of encouragement, reminding me it’s one step at a time and each little step is a win.
Q: What kinds of milestones have you accomplished and what specific results have you achieved so far?
A: I have completed Level 3 of the FitRanX Testing, I’m down 35 pounds and four dress sizes.
Q: What kinds of results have you achieved so far?
A: I am able to do push-ups, use heavier weights, and run further. I have learned a lot of healthy recipes and tips to make healthy habits routine.
Q: What would you say to someone on the fence about making a change & committing to their goals?
A: What’s holding you back? You have nothing to lose but everything to gain. If being tired is one of your hesitations, you will feel more energized by working out.
Q: What is your “word” for the new year?!
A: Intentional. If you want something to change you have to be intentional. Whether it’s eating healthier, exercising, relaxing, spending time with others, it has to be intentional. It’s a lot harder to “squeeze” something in, but write it down, make an appointment for yourself.
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