I’m not a personal trainer by any means, even though my mom teases me and calls me her “little trainer” all the time, I do however feel deeply passionate about fitness and working out. In my first semester of college I joined a gym for the first time in my life. It was the cheapest and BEST gym membership ever, I had everything I needed there and I absolutely loved it. At first I was motivated by the fact that I was paying for that dang membership, so I needed to put my money to good use. However, later it become so routine that if I skipped a day I noticed that my mood was deeply affected. Sweaty Alicia= Happy Alicia and everyone wants this girl to be happy and not all MOODY and such. 😉 So from that moment I was hooked and I’ve only grown more interested in the fitness environment and all the variety of workouts available.
I’ve tried big gyms and small gyms, base gyms and at home DVDs and I can honestly say that nothing is more satisfying to me than simply getting a good sweat on no matter where the location may be. Seriously! At first you might be apprehensive, but once you get into a groove and you begin to notice results, you’ll know what I’m taking about. I’m not gonna lie and say I love to workout EVERYDAY and I never skip a day, because that isn’t true. We all have those days where we just don’t feel in the mood for anything and that happens when it comes to working out too. But I promise you that those days that you do push through and get a nice workout in, you’ll feel 100 times better-no doubt!
Since I am not an expert, I tend to get my workout ideas from magazines, DVDs, websites and other fabulous bloggers to help me get my fit on. I hope to inspire you to take whatever journey you choose to make in the fitness world, just remember there is not a one size fits all workout plan. Do what makes YOU happy and allows YOU to have fun. Fitness is all about doing what’s best for YOUR body.
I hope I can help motivate you to become the person you want to be, no matter what goals or dreams you desire because nothing is impossible!
The hardest thing about exercise is to start doing it. Once you are doing exercise regularly, the hardest thing is to stop it. – Erin Gray