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Julie, kudos to you and your team. When I started 4 years ago, I never would have imagined I’d still be at it today. I attribute my longevity to the quality of your facilities and the top-notch trainers. Thanks for keeping me on the straight and narrow!
On a side note I want to thank you for your inspiration on changing eating at our first meeting two weeks ago – I weighed myself for the first time in two weeks this morning and I’m down 8 lbs – wouldn’t have happened without your professional advice. Thanks
I am almost at my 1 year anniversary!! I have been able to stick with the program (with a few exceptions) and have continue to make progress. I appreciate you and your entire team for pushing me to limits I didn’t know I had and continuing to push me hard when I need it the most.
I want to pass along a compliment and “shout out”. Yesterday, I had a stress echo administered by Dr. Peter Hackett, who heads the Institute of High Altitude Medicine here in Telluride, Colorado (8750′). Dr. Hackett is a world renowned high altitude expert and has climbed Mt Everest. He administers a brutal stress echo. After the extensive interview and test, he asked me about my exercise program. He said I should be very grateful to you for whipping me into shape and to pass along his profound appreciation – as well as my sincere thanks.
I do want you to know: I love training at Fit180. I’ll always be grateful for the kind and professional coaching. It’s always fun, but also more than that: it’s been deeply meaningful for me to feel stronger, and powerfully healing to regain a positive relationship to my body after cancer. It’s been great.
I really want to compliment your folks. Since I hurt my knee, I’ve worked with Tina, Candice, Brian, Aaron, and Abbey (so far…). When you have to work around a body part and avoid so much lower body, that’s when they show their knowledge and creativity. They also showed me I could do more lower body than I thought I could. You have a great team.