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Feb. 22, 2022

The Bull Stops Here and Now

I'm calling not only some of you out on your bullshit, but myself included. The last two years have been a struggle, but I'm jumping off that struggle bus and I'm heading straight towards success.

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So many of you listened to my podcast yesterday and many have messaged or email me, and I'm super excited to be going on this journey with you.

But it wasn't as many as I was hoping for, because I do know some that really need to join me.

Is it because you aren't ready?

You don't have to be, you just have to be willing to start.

I told you yesterday, I'm not a hundred percent in the mindset because I'm still struggling with the loss of my mom. I'm still struggling with my anxiety. I'm still struggling with the fact that my knees hurt.

This is all hard to share, but it's the truth.

The last two years have been challenging in many ways, for me emotionally, and even physically.

I've eaten my feelings and stopped my own personal exercise plan for far too long. You know where it's gotten me? Nowhere. Absolutely. Nowhere.

It doesn't bring my mom back. It doesn't stop or change the pandemic.

My kids are thriving with the way we've decided to educate them. So I can't use that as an excuse anymore... and it sure for hell doesn't help my anxiety. It's made it worse.

As a trainer, we're expected to be perfect, to not fall off and to lead by example, the truth is though that we're people also, we have our challenges. We have our struggles. I'm not perfect and I'll never claim to be. I'm only human.

We're all tired of the pandemic. We're all tired of doing everything online, but you know what? That's an excuse. It is a really lame one at that.

So we're just going to let our health go because we're tired of changes, because we're tired of zoom.

We're going to let ourselves struggle and come up with excuses to not even try.

We're going to let our bodies get worse and our health go down the toilet just because we're tired of this new change.

That sounds pretty stupid, right?

It does because it is stupid.

Sorry, but the bullshit stops here and now.

I'm calling not only some of you out on your bullshit, but myself included.

The last two years have been a struggle, but I'm jumping off that struggle bus and I'm heading straight towards success.

Who's going to join me?

You want an accountability partner? You got it right here. I'm here and ready to do it with you.

I have the tools. I know what to do. So let me help you. Come join me on the road to success. I'm know I'm not in this alone and you aren't alone either.

Have I heard all your guys's excuses?

Yup. A ton of them.

Have I heard my own? Yup. They don't stop.

We're all legit struggling. But we can't keep going the way we are.

We are our own worst enemy. I've said it in my class for years and I'm going to say it right now. The hardest part is showing up. It's just showing up.

So show up for yourself, hold yourself accountable.

Get off the excuse train and let's rock this.

My goal has never been to be a size two. It's not even to be a hundred pounds or 110. That's just not realistic for me.

What is realistic is I want to feel better. I want my joints not to hurt. I want to feel better in my own skin. I want to be healthy for my kids.

My mom passed at a young age and I do not want to do that. I don't want to leave my kids and have them feel the pain that I have felt for the last couple of years.

I'm not doing a 21 day challenge and I'm not doing a 30 day challenge.

This is for life.

It's a life change.

I've done this before and I'm doing it again. 

Come join me. 

Remember, you can email me at or find me on Facebook, or you can send a message to Dave and Peggy, and they'll get ahold of me to get in touch with you, whatever you need.

I'm here for you.