Age: 33

Occupation: Director of Technology Support & Services

If you could give your 2019-self one piece of advice, what would be? Just keep pushing. It gets tough, but just keep pushing through, and you get to the next level.

What’s your game plan for the holidays? To lean on my trainers with what they’ve provided so far to make good choices when I can, and if it’s not a good choice, I just don’t eat as much as I maybe would have in the past.

Did you meet your goal? I feel like I did. Losing weight was part of it, but overall I have more energy and feeling better in general. I think I feel the best I’ve felt since high school.

What change happened to you this year that was unexpected from CityFit?  How much I enjoyed the process. I kind of dreaded it at first; I thought it was going to be this terrible grind all year long. But once I got past the initial hurt phase, it got better as I went on, and I enjoy running. I enjoy being out and doing classes with the trainers and the journey along the way with Tina.

Initial vs Current InBody Results: 
Weight: 216.6 lbs. > 167.4 lbs.
SMM: 83.1 lbs. < 68.3 lbs.
PBF: 32.9% > 27.5%
BMI: 32 > 27

The Studio 573 Trainers:

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Nick Baker, AFAA-CPT & Erin Bidlack, NASM-CPT

What are you most of the trainees for? I’m most proud that they’re doing what we ask them to do and staying consistent. They’re also signing up for all the wild things that we ask them to do, too, like the fun activities we do around town.

What has been the best thing about CityFit from your perspective? Just having that extra accountability for all of us.

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