I did something today that I haven’t done in a long time- I ran 4 miles. I know that’s no hero’s distance, but it was my first 4 mile run in awhile and it got me thinking.... The 1st time I ran 4 miles, I was 29 years old. I had no kids & my bootcamp trainer encouraged me to sign up for a 4-mile race. My only goal was to stay running ♀️ the whole race. I did it and I cried at the end. I cried because I’d never run ♀️ more than a mile, I previously believed I couldn’t do it (I was a walker, not a runner), and then I straight up did it. I went on to run ♀️ 3 half marathons, but I remembered today that the sweetest race was always that first 4-miler. And I wouldn’t have tried if someone hadn’t encouraged me.
This parallels this coaching thing I’ve been doing. When I went to the annual Summit this year, I wanted to cry when I got my medal for reaching the rank of Diamond Coach last year. I wanted to cry because I had never done it before, I previously believed I couldn’t do it (Because I don’t have a 6-pack, I don’t look like a fitness model, and I don’t have time because I do have a full-time career and 2 kids), and then I straight up did it. And you know what else is the same? I had someone who encouraged me to do it - this awesome lady right here
And I want to be that encouragement for someone else! Who’s ready to take that chance, put in the work, and cry tears of joy when you reach that goal? Whether it’s fitness or business - I’m here for you, girl. Send me a message and let’s get to work doing those things we think we cannot.