Looking at side-by-side photos of Heather before and after her weight loss, it’s hard to believe this is even the same person.
But her story is about so much more than a physical transformation.
When Heather first came to me, she had already lost 100 pounds! That’s inspiring on its own, but what was even more impressive was Heather’s love for fitness and her drive to learn more and improve.
It wasn’t until Heather lost the weight that she realized she’d found a new hobby and passion. Fitness has become something Heather does because she loves a challenge, and appreciates pushing herself and seeing the results of her hard work.
“One of my goals is to inspire others to enjoy fitness and love life. My life is so much fuller now that I’m fit,” she says.
Heather has truly been a sponge, soaking up all my advice and wanting to learn and grow as much as possible. For Heather it’s not about a size or a number. It’s about being the best version of herself.
This lady doesn’t need any extra motivation, in fact sometimes I have to caution her about doing too much. That’s because she loves working out so much, I think she’d do it all day long if she could!
Heather is learning to appreciate rest as much as exercise, however, and balancing the two to do what’s best for her body, mind and goals.
Heather tells me in those moments when she feels like she isn’t yet where she wants to be, she takes a look back at where she was a year or even two years ago. Then she can see how much progress she has made and feel good about it.
As we continue working together I can’t wait to see how much more she grows.
Remember, even when it feels you have so far to go and it will take such a long time to get there, the time will pass anyway. A year from now you want to be looking back at how far you’ve come, not still lamenting how far you have to go.