Everyone starts from somewhere. Kelly has overcome the odds of drug addiction, adding in that the loss of her brother from the same thing that almost took her. She has been clean for 12 years and has turned her story from a sad tale to a desire to help people become their best. Kelly manages a team of 17 trainers and has started a rehabilitation program for people that want to make a change in their life. She specializes in weight loss, lean muscle building, nutrition certified, rehab certified, elder care, cognitive work (stroke , fibromyalgia, lupus and trigger point). She focuses mostly on her rehab work because it is what she has always wanted to do. She is also a body building competitor. She has been in 2 shows and placed 3rd and 5th in her bikini class. With over 10 years of fitness, cognitive and rehabilitation work, Kelly is well respected by her co-workers and the people she helps.
Do I get spiritual fulfillment from fitness? Absolutely! I'm a science-minded person, but I'm not too proud to acknowledge what I can't prove. It is no secret that most gym professionals suffer with anxiety of some sort, so we work out for a purpose. There is a different way to work out for whatever you may suffer with. Anxiety, depression, mood disorders, hormonal imbalances, low testosterone levels, chemotherapy... Life throws curve balls. It all depends on how you handle it.
Hey all! I want to talk about something that is very near to me and that is failure. When you continue to push yourself to new limits, failure is expected, but what's hard to understand is failure without trying.