You Should Really Ask Yourself This…

January 26, 2018

Maybe this year was bright, and amazing and filled with unicorns and lollipops. Maybe it was 12 months of you know what. But regardless of how this past year went, reflecting can be helpful. “Looking back” is not about replaying all the mistakes you made, but rather seeing the good and learning what you want for yourself and this year. It may feel tough to know where to start, so we’ve got 5 questions to help you reflect and get you started on making this year the best one yet.





Denise & Emily

One response to “You Should Really Ask Yourself This…”

  1. Jeff Chance says:

    Thank you for the 2017 insight!

    2017 was a tough year for me when I talk about physical fitness. With a lot of travel during 2017, I gained more weight and weighed the most I have ever weighed in my life. So I am jealous of the time when I was lighter and faster in a 5K.

    2017 did have some “proud” moments. My wife and I celebrated our 25th Anniversary and my wife who teaches Core Works, Spinning, Body Pump and Cycling turned 50 years old. I am very proud of her because with her age she continues to teach fitness.

    My “Hope for 2018” is to be successful at running a respectful 5K again and to drop my weight by 20 pounds. I need to be able to attain and maintain a fitness level that allows me longevity of life. My youngest child is special needs so I would like to be there to help her through her life.

    Thank you for the Warrior Challenge Competition!! It is a great motivator for me to get up, keep moving and to have fun while exercising.

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