Many of us begin our fitness and strength training journeys from a below average starting point. We may be weaker, less energetic, and/or carrying more fat than the average person – or than we did in the past.

Here’s what we think: Average is not a very lofty goal – average should not be your finish line! At Personally Fit, we want you to try to be the maximum person you can be. (“Be the best you can be.” Hmmm, that would be a great slogan!)

Our goal is for you to be able to enjoy life, and being stronger just makes everything easier. We want you to be able to deal with life’s challenges and day-to-day responsibilities, as well as take advantage of life’s pleasures to the fullest.

Sometimes life throws you a curve ball and just doing a little will have to do. And that’s fine. But when life returns to normal, we always encourage you to choose “progress” and not settle for a “maintenance” phase. How many of us have gained back lost weight when we went on the maintenance phase?

We try to design your workouts to maximize the time with us since we recognize that everyone is busy. Our goal is for your workouts to help you decrease stress levels and increase your strength – which makes your usual day-to-day activities a lot easier! Remember, focus on progression, not perfection.

As I always say, ” A decent eating plan and workout program you can succeed at is always better than a perfect plan you fail at.”

Let’s help each other not settle for average! We’re all about community at PFit. (Some would say we’re one big dysfunctional family…)

Try This Recipe!

chicken-quesadillas-ck-1160667-xSkinless chicken breast is one of the leanest sources of protein, with 3 ounces providing 20 grams of protein. Here’s a great recipe for a spicy chicken quesadilla – protein + vegetables and some low-fat cheese – yum!