Cheryl CITY Fit

Cheryl.

Age: 50

Occupation: Event Manager and assistant Vice President of Operations

If you could give your 2019-self one piece of advice, what would be?  Quit being so hard on yourself; make self-care a priority (sorry, that’s two things) 

What’s your game plan for the holidays? Enjoy time with family and friends, keep up with physical activity, and take one day at a time.

Did you meet your goal? With a goal of achieving overall better health, I feel like this is something that I will continue to work on every day in the future. It’s not about a number on the scale or a certain size of clothing, it’s about being strong, being fit, trying to avoid prescription meds, maintaining a good state of mind, and being healthy for years to come.

What change happened to you this year that was unexpected from CityFit?  This is a hard one, but I’d say, learning to let go of what other people think.

Initial vs Current InBody Results: 
Weight:  204 lbs. > 195.7 lbs.
SMM: 76.1 lbs.  > 76.5 lbs.
PBF: 32.7% > 29.3%
BMI: 33.9 > 32.6


The CrossFit Unstoppable Trainer:

Debbie Rosslan
CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
Certified in:
CrossFit Kids
CrossFit Endurance
CrossFit Mobility
CrossFit Olympic Lifting
CrossFit Gymnastics
CrossFit Kettlebell

What are you most proud of your trainees? Their consistency and determination, especially during the closure of our facility. They were present on our Zoom Workouts and participated in extra challenges that we threw out there to help keep them engaged. It takes a special person to push through adversity, and both of these amazing people did just that! 

What has been the best thing about CityFit from your perspective? I think the exposure of just normal, everyday people pushing through to reach their goals. My athletes (as well as 573Fitness athletes) are not fitness models, and I think a lot of times in the media world, there is the misconception that there is a certain way a person has to look when it really is all about how the person feels about themselves. Positive mindsets and perceptions of oneself are so important these days. I believe the way CityFit handled the measurements (via InBody) was the right way to go!