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Small Group Training can ignite weight loss

Small Group Training will give you the endurance to see your weight loss to the end.

 

We go further together together

In Small Group Training, the group can bring the individual along for the ride.

Many times, the goals that you have for your life  just may not happen overnight.  Some of your most important goals may take weeks, months and dare I say years before those goals reach fruition.   The reason why a majority of people don’t reach their goals is because they quit a week before, they can gain momentum.  They don’t hit their goal because they throw in the towel a month before the goal is reached.  They run away from the goal because they run out of endurance to do a little more  lifting that it takes to win it all.  It’s the truth.

If you knew how much it would take to reach your goal, would you find a way to stick it out?  

Anyone who achieves something great never does it alone.  A great example of this are NASCAR drivers.  They may drive alone, but they don’t race alone.  They make pit stops, and the pit crew helps them to make the necessary adjustments in the car so that they can get back on the road and run fast again.   Cyclist use groups so that they can go faster together.   When cyclist are in a group, they can cut through the wind better and pace each other so that everyone is able to feed off of each other’s energy.  Runners will draft behind one another to distribute the running load so that they can have a stronger finish.    See, when you are in a group, it makes it easier for you to endure through the process of reaching that significant goal in your life.  When you are in a group, it becomes easier to establish a culture of excellence within that micro community.

 

The benefit of a small  group training program can help you complete your goal.  

Why so we skip small group training and insist on doing things on our own?

  1. Lack of trust – In life, sometimes we skip the group thing because we think that the group will hurt us, steal your our work,  ideas, and take credit for our thoughts.
  2. Unhealthy competition –  Think that if you share within the group that everyone will get a head of you.  Learning more ways to be secure in yourself, where you are at right now and where you are going will help to deal with this issue.  At the end of the day, it’s all about being better.  If it takes a group to help you grow, then don’t dismiss those opportunities to get better.
  3. Buying into the myth and romanticism of being a self made man or woman.  If you buy into the ideology of doing it on your own without any help, then my friend, you must love taking the long way home.  Never be confused about how I feel about this:  Your wins are your wins.  Your losses are your losses.  You own them.  It’s great to share your wins with the people that helped you to get there, It’s easier to endure a loss when there are people there to pick you up, encourage you and push you along as you make your comeback.

 

Endurance isn’t always about being able to last the longest.  Really it’s all about holding on after others have let go.  One of the definitions of endurance is the capacity of something to last or to withstand wear and tear.  Groups will always have more staying power than individuals because when one is weak, the others can bring that person along.  Small group training can be the solution that you need to cross that proverbial finish line.

A mother, a grandmother, and nurturer by nature decides to treat herself to a new lifestyle

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I want to introduce you to Jennifer Franklin.  Jennifer was the winner of the 21 Day Weight loss contest!  She lost over 10 lbs in 21 days.  The 21 day weight lost challenge came on time for her because it gave her the kick start she needed to get going.  It can be hard to start your weight loss journey.  For Jennifer she made the decision to start and is well on her way to reaching her goal of losing 30lbs.    Read Jennifer’s take on her Fit2DMax Roswell weight loss journey.

 

 Jennifer Franklin @ Fit2DMax Roswell after losing a healthy amount of weight can't even fit her clothes.

Jennifer Franklin @ Fit2DMax Roswell after losing a healthy amount of weight can’t even fit her clothes.

 

Hey ya’ll, my name is Jennifer Franklin.  I’m 54 years old.
When I started with Fit2DMax Roswell, my goals were to to recover fully from a back and hip injury and return to my usual active lifestyle.  My secondary goal is to fit into a size 8 by my 55th birthday which is on September 1.
Why I love my trainer?  Although I consider myself to be a determined and driven person who like making and reaching goals, I needed a trainer to keep me on track and focused.  Max of Fit2DMax Roswell is great at encouraging and supporting and PUSHING me to meet and exceed my limits.

Because of Max’s training and experience I knew I could trust him to guide me through the fears and limitations I have as a result of my accident and chronic back issues. I get a huge amount out of our biweekly sessions AND I now can go to the gym and use the machines and equipment with confidence.

Best part of working with Fit2DMax – Doing something for myself. As a mother and grandmother I often do for others, being nurturing is in my dna but in the process of taking care of others, I forgot myself. Working out, eating right and focusing on my own well-being has changed every part of my life in amazing ways. And it has made me a better parent and grandparent, as I now can share my new lifestyle, working out and being active with my family.

Hardest part – The gym. I am not athletic, I was a book worm as a child and have never participated in sports of any kind. Add to that a serious fear of injury due to my physical limitations. I had a lot of preconceived ideas about people who went to gyms and felt I didn’t fit in and I felt very self-conscious of my appearance and age at the gym. But because I now know how to use the equipment – correct posture and form, number of reps, correct weight, time etc., I can utilize the gym with confidence and I have learned to not only appreciate but love it.  And I enjoy pushing myself to make and achieve new goals. Nothing feels better than leaving the gym after a challenging workout and knowing I DID IT.

 

As you can see, Fit2DMax in Roswell, GA has only been open for about a month and we are already making a difference.  Make a change in your life with Fit2DMax Roswell by signing up for our 21 day Fat Loss contest.   Call 404 913 2629 or email us today at fit2dmax.info@gmail.com to make a choice that will change your life for the better.

Roswell GA Personal Trainer

Welcome Summer with the 21 day weight loss contest/Fit2DMax Grand Opening Event

Welcome Summer with the 21 day weight loss contest/Fit2DMax Grand Opening Event

 

I am proud to announce that on Monday June 8th we will have the Grand Opening of the 2nd Fit2DMax location in Roswell, GA.   The entire Fit2DMax family is excited, and to celebrate, we are kicking off a Summer weight loss contest!  You can start losing weight and train with us for just $1.  Yes, celebrate our Grand Opening with us,  jump into a supported and motivational environment and lose weight for just $1.  The winner will receive a special addition Tony Burch FitBit!   If you are willing to lose a dollar and some major pounds join us for the weight loss kick off.   Sign up by calling 404-913-2629 or visit http://www.roswellgapersonaltraining.com and contact us.
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Wellness Expert Maxim Nazaire is a Personal Trainer in the Roswell, GA and metro Atlanta area.  He specializes in double digit weight loss, injury rehabilitation and athletic/human performance.  He is the author of two critically-acclaimed books including his latest book, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Wellness.  Nazaire is a graduate of the School of Health Science and Public Health at Stony Brook University in New York.  He is also Certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and holds the honor of Level 1 Coach from the United States Track and Field Association (USATF).  Maxim has been featured on CNN Headline News Health as their go to health contributor where he shares his philosophy on wellness with television viewers all over the world.   Nazaire is a highly sought after motivational speaker, captivating audiences from every walk of life. He is married to his wife Danay Nazaire and currently reside in Atlanta, GA.

 

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