Finding The Courage To Ask For Help
Find the courage to ask for help. The society norm tells us that asking for help is a sign of weakness or failure.
I disagree, asking for help isn’t a sign of weakness, but a confidence in yourself knowing that you want to take the next step.
It’s a vulnerability, and it gives someone else the opportunity to be a blessing to you.
When it comes to your health and fitness goals, don’t be afraid to ask for help from a qualified, experienced, Certified Personal Trainer.
You’re asking for directions or a blueprint that will save you a lot of frustration, time, and money.
Most people don’t have the fitness knowledge or the consistent motivation to do it on their own and that’s okay.
All you need to do is admit you need some help in this area and contact me so I can help you.
You may want to join my fitness group classes, or do personal training that will give you the blueprint you need, plus accountability and motivation.
Courage To Ask For Help
If exercise consistency and intensity is something you struggle with, you need to find a workout partner.
My closest friends attend my fitness groups 2-3 times per week and they challenge me to work harder and get stronger.
They help push me and I help push them, we keep each other motivated and on track.
When you come to my fitness group classes, you matter, and you enter a place of FUN and support. If you miss a time, someone will notice and ask if you’re okay.
If you don’t have a workout place of fun and support in your life, don’t just wish something will change, go and seek it out.
You can attend one of my fitness group classes for a free trial to see what all the buzz is about.
My fitness group classes are for women only (and teens). We meet on Monday and Wednesday evenings at 7pm, Tuesdays and Fridays mornings at 8:30am.
Courage To Try Something New
You may have questions swirling in your head like what will happen if I’m the worst one there? Will everyone think I’m weird or weak? What if I can’t lift a lot or move like that?
No one is going to judge you and we all have been there. We have to start somewhere and know that all fitness levels are welcome.
Several years ago I was at home as a mom with my two little ones before I became a personal trainer, and I couldn’t even do a push-up.
I know exactly how you may be feeling. Where do I start you might ask? Start by finding the courage to ask for help and I’ll meet you right where you are.
Find the courage to ask for help, push past the doubt and discomfort, and you will achieve success you never thought possible.
I look forward to working with you in one of my fitness group classes or through personal training sessions one-on-one.
Go to the Time For Change Personal Training Services tab at the top of the page to find out more information on how I can help you reach your goals.