Great news from the scale today. I’m down a total of 51 pounds. I’d like to pontificate a bit about this milestone.
First, it’s important to have the attitude that it’s time to do something. Until you have it within yourself that you need to take action, you won’t. Do you want to lose the weight bad enough. I did.
Second, hiring a personal trainer was the best thing I ever did. I found a trainer who understood my fitness level and created a plan just for me. I was nervous at first. because I thought the exercises would be beyond what I could handle. My fears were unfounded. My trainer is Jeremy Belter ofJeremy Belter’s Fitness Revolution. I highly recommend Jeremy to anyone looking to get healthier.
The final,and, ultimately, the hardest part was the food. I had been eating stuff that was bad for me for years. A lot of processed food because it was cheap on the pocketbook and easy to prepare after a long day at work. The other part was eating out a lot. I started watching the Food Network to learn more about cooking from scratch. I started buying fresh fruits and veggies. I still eat meat, but not so much beef. The food part will continue to be a struggle. But in working with Jeremy, I’ll get it figured out.
Jeremy is very serious about being a personal trainer and helping me get in the best shape I can. He keeps me motivated and focused. I am able to exercise harder and want to keep exercising. He is very knowledgeable with nutrition and I stay focused with very good eating habits. I have gained 70% more strength and endurance in the 7 months that I have been working with Jeremy
Jeremy is passionate about his work. He loves teaching fitness. Because of his passion, his workouts are effective, fun, and push you to new limits. If you are interested in an intense work-out look no further than Fitness Revolution Brookfield. These Brookfield Personal Training will help you build up strength and endurance then I highly recommend you work with Jeremy. He cares about each student in his class. He is knowledgeable and capable as an instructor. He also has a great sense of humor.
Jeremy Belter is nothing less than a pro. I’ve been training with Jeremy on and off for more than a year. Not only have I seen results, but I feel healthier and stronger. He is extremely knowledgeable about nutrition and fitness. The best thing is has unbelievable passion for other people’s health and well-being. His heart and work are always in the right place. I would recommend him to anyone that wants to live a healthier life. Isn’t that all of us?
Jeremy is a great personal trainer. He’s incredibly knowledgeable, experienced and creates challenging and interesting workouts every time I visit him. His workouts are brief but intense, which lets me get back to life. Aside for the training he’s also very friendly and non-intimidating. He adds value outside of just being a trainer by also supplying nutritional guidance. I’ve been working with him for about 6 weeks and I’m already seeing results. I look forward to the future and seeing how far he can take me.
Jeremy was the first Personal Trainer I had ever worked with. He really had my well being at heart and it showed, I got in better shape and lost 20 lbs. I have had other Personal Trainers since Jeremy and have never duplicated his results!! I wish I was still working with him, but it is not geographically possible.
NOW is when you make progress, is something Jeremy often says to encourage us to push ourselves harder as we approach the end of a workout, but it’s pretty good advice in general. I used to be in great shape, and I thought I knew what I was doing, but after rather half-heartedly trying to get back in shape for years I just wasn’t having any success. My wife asked me to come along to visit her exercise boot camp for a charity workout, and I just joined up right away. This has really been the boost I needed to get moving again. I’ve relearned exercises and routines more appropriate to my age, gotten in with a high-energy group that I really enjoy, and I’m making the progress that I could not do by myself.”