Renata usually goes by "Renee" and has been a part of Xperience fitness family for 4 years and is nationally certified as a personal trainer with the American Council of Exercise. She is also the Official Dry-land team trainer for South West Aquatic Swim Team. Renee has an extensive background in the fitness industry and has been a personal trainer and involved within the fitness industry for 30 years. Renee is involved in all aspects of athletic training, weight loss, and has a vast knowledge of nutritional needs of anyone looking to improve their athletic performance or learn about the proper nutritional needs for each individual’s goal. Renee is also a nationally certified group Personal Training Coach and Lead Coach of Xperience fitness’s high intensity interval training studio, better known as “The Q”. Renee recently joined S.W.A.T as their Dry-land team Trainer , they are one of the premier teams in Wisconsin SWAT is also ranked as one of the top 100 swim teams in the United States. Renee is a mother of 4 children and strongly believes in the importance of keeping our children active in sports, and that within the team building environment they experience at a young age helps brings a stronger appreciation of the importance of striving for a better future not only for themselves but the future of their families. At a young age Renee fell in love with strength training that was at that time a predominantly male dominated sport. At the age of 16 Renee ventured into the fitness industry and started working as a personal trainer by the age of 18. She has seen many trends come and go and strongly believes in the basic foundations of fitness that she learned in the beginning of her career.
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Bravery, strength and fear are words we hear daily. What is truly the meaning behind them? How can the 3 be paired together?
Its often said that the people that give so much of themselves are always the most lonely. As the holidays approach, we are all so busy shopping for our family, for ourselves. We are so caught up in the marketing of all the holiday offerings that we often overlook the ones that are truly alone.
One of the most influential people in my life was an immigrant with only an 8th grade education and a dream to succeed. He didn't need to succeed for the masses or want to be well-known or famous; he wanted to succeed for his family, for his wife, for my brother, and for me.
Inspirational quotes and memes a plenty, all to help us get through the day or get through a tough time. I wondered just how miserable can we all really be? We all do it. We search online for just the right thing to post on Facebook to have the world help us feel better, but why? Can our lives be that bad that we search online for the answer or get angry when we see someone living life?? How hard can it be to be happy?
As I sit on my tablet scrolling mindlessly through social media I became very aware just how easy we can find anything. From silly gym memes, to diagnosing an illness on WebMD. We can search for any type of workout video, cooking video, and DIY tutorial. Everything you need and some you just don't need to see! However, every once in a while, a motivational quote or story seems to catch your attention and it holds some type of meaning and makes you just stop and think.
It is one of the strongest emotions that we can have...Fear.
Fear can stop us in our tracks, and fear can make us chose an easier path in life. I know this is an article that is supposed to be about fitness in some way shape or form; and for me, well, fitness is everything; it is also about one of the biggest fears that I had to overcome.
Battling through life is sometime one of the hardest things we have to do. With work, home, and all of the little things that encompass “home”, the spouse, the kids, the bills, the constant running after the kids, the housework, it doesn’t leave much time for you.