Fitness isn’t an end goal, it’s a journey.
When someone says they are going to exercise until they lose a certain amount of weight and then stop, I suppose that person will not be successful.
Losing weight is pressing for several people, but is only 1 small aspect of fitness. The truth is that there is no end to fitness, it’s a journey that you take through your entire life whether you like it or not. My journey started with high obesity. It was a huge struggle for the last ten years of my life. Now I work as a personal trainer, focusing on people like me who used to be obese and wanted to improve themselves. Many people have the wrong idea about personal trainers. They think we are either tough drill sergeant instructors or space-case muscleheads who aren’t genuinely brilliant. This is true in some cases, but I have found that personal trainers are devoted to their craft, and genuinely interested in helping people. Why would you become a personal trainer if you didn’t want to use your skills in addition to experience to help others? I bring a good perspective to my task as a personal trainer. I always try to target purchasers who have massive amounts of weight to lose. These people need a special kind of help, the kind not all personal trainers can give, so I am excited to have this task. Lately I have 6 regular purchasers at the gym, and I love to know that 1 day all of them will also be my friends.
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