For a big part of my life I felt lost. When I was younger I battled addiction and depression, worked meaningless jobs, and really didn't have a feeling of direction or purpose in my life. I always liked sports and was a pretty good high school athlete but wasn't big enough to play college sports. But exercise was the one constant during all the ups and downs of my life. At my lowest point, the one thing I had was the ability to say “at least I worked out today.” And at a certain point I realized that when your body is healthy, then spiritual health and mental health are also possible. That realization—and a commitment to a healthy life—ultimately got me out to the place I am today: peaceful, happy, and committed to helping other people discover how great they can feel when exercise is a regular part of their life.
I feel a strong commitment to sharing what I've learned with other people who want to improve the quality of their lives by improving the health and fitness of their body. There's a huge amount of medical evidence to support this simple conclusion: Bodies need regular exercise in order to function at their best. I firmly believe that too many people are paying the price—physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually—of ignoring that need. Heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and depression are just a few of the many medical conditions that exercise can influence in a positive way. And I know from my own experience what a difference it makes in a person's outlook on life.
So if you're struggling in your own life, I hope you'll consider this: Your body is your life. Isn't it time to start taking care of it?
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