Hard Work Always Pays Off For December Client of the Month!

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Congrats to Erin Garvey!
Erin has been working her butt off for almost 2 years to achieve great results. She is always moving forward and chasing a goal.
I challenge you to keep up with her!

1) How long have you been at Force Fitness?
At the beginning of January, 2 years.

2) What have you accomplished since starting?
Force Fitness has changed my body and my view of fitness. I used to only be an aerobics class kind of girl. Weight lifting was not part of my regimen except a little dumbbell training. My strength has drastically changed. For someone who could barely do a “girl” push up, I now can own some single leg push ups. I push myself and have continually increased weight and intensity of my workouts. It is fun now. Almost as fun as a step aerobics class… As for body change, my physique is completely different. I was never a big woman, but curvier. Now I am in the best shape of my life. I have muscles, definition, and I continue to see change in my body.

3) What are your future goals?
I am pushing for a more consistent diet and to lower my body fat which is directly related to the diet. I really want to be able to do a pull up too…

4) What do you like best about Force Fitness?
The results! I have been doing boot camp mostly and have recently started the personal training. The combination has given me the best results. I also love the quick and efficient workouts. I always see results and only have to workout 2 1/2 hours a week.

5) Why did you start coming to Force Fitness?
My husband had heard about Force Fitness and was thinking of using it for his training in rock climbing. I curiously came along and somehow got talked into doing a 6am boot camp. Ryan said of all the services, boot camp was as close to a step aerobics as I could get. That still makes me laugh.

6) Were you nervous when you started? How do you feel now?
I was sort of nervous with the boot camp and super nervous for the personal training. The nerves came from my general ignorance to lifting weights. I am a complete novice when it comes to lifting. Now in boot camp, I am comfortable pretty much with everything. Personal training–still working on the barbell.

7) What did you do to accomplish your goal? How many days per week? Nutrition? Supplements?
I do 2-3 boot camps and one personal training session a week. I also recently started running. I currently am working on my diet–I try to live by the 90/10 rule, but it is a work in progress. I also use protein shakes as meal replacements and only shop on the perimeter of the grocery store.

8) How do your friends and family react to your changes?
My husband almost daily asks me to flex my biceps and is floored by my change in strength. My sister is a Force Fitness convert. I brought her to a Saturday boot camp–she instantly signed up and now thrives within the Force Fitness model. Friends and family have seen a change in my confidence which is the best compliment they could give.

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