CLIENT STORIES

The New Girl- Part 2

I tried to think of the last time I’d done something that scared me, and couldn’t. I can think of plenty of times when I was nervous or anxious. I’m a big chicken. But I couldn’t think of ONE time when I just went ahead and did the scary thing anyway. He told me he was proud of me, and that did it: waterworks. That’s not something Jimmy says.

Client Story – Melissa M

Congratulations to our May Member of the Month, Melissa Meverden! Melissa is a wonderful mother of one, but soon to be two!  She is due with her second bundle of joy in late July and is continually focused on her quality of life, through her fitness.  She has been...

The New Girl

This is the first blog post from a newer female client at Locomotion. We’ll call her “Mary” (not her real name), and she’s the wife of Jim, who’s story has been published on our blog. Mary and Jim have been at Locomotion for a few months, but when I asked for their story, she didn’t want to share at first. Now she’s allowing me to tell the story through their eyes.

Client Story – Thomas S.

Congratulations to our April Member of the Month, Thomas Sheppard! Thomas lives in Park Circle and works busy days running around for Strock Design & Remodel. He has been with us since the very beginning of Locomotion.  He's come further than he thought he could, just...

The New Kid’s Story: 3-Month Checkup

Then I think: screw the scale. Even if I didn’t lose 12 pounds of fat, hearing “I’m proud of you” from my wife was worth it. I’m just under 500 bucks into my fitness here but if you’d told me three months ago: “You’re going to lose 12 pounds of fat, gain 6 pounds of muscle, feel a hundred times better and your wife will say she’s proud of you” I’d have signed up for sure. I probably wouldn’t have believed it, but would have thrown money at you anyway.

New Kid’s Story: Baseball Season

Anyway, I had an idea. At CrossFit, the coach always calls us “athletes” even when we’re way out of shape like me. When I log into the app to track our workouts, I press the “athlete” button. So over the last few months, I started feeling like I was feeding an athlete, training an athlete.

The New Kid’s Story- 2 Months In

That’s what prompted me to write this again: I think most people are on the carb roller coaster all the time. I talk to people in the office at 8am, and everyone’s in a pretty good mood. Then at 2pm, wow. It’s like the bottom falls out. Nothing’s getting done. Everyone is cranky. Until I was out of that loop, I didn’t really see it.

The New Kid- Part 6

If you looked in our window on Thursday nights, you’d probably get a good laugh. There we are, Mr. and Mrs. Fitness, watching our homework videos on a laptop and stretching. My coach told me to stretch again on Saturday while I was watching Football, so there I was: rolling around on a lacrosse ball to loosen up my hips while Kirk Herbstreit was chatting away on GameDay.

The New Kid’s Story- Part 5

When I started writing down the changes I’ve made, I thought I had maybe two new things to report. But now that I think about it, I have a list: I started adding a vegetable to almost every meal. We have fruit for dessert. I keep water on my desk (it’s just in a paper cup from Food, not a fancy bottle, but my wife got a bottle at Whole Foods) And I went to a group class. I’ll talk about that in a minute.

The New Kid’s Story- Part 4

She texted me a website. Top headline: “Think You Can”, whatever that’s supposed to mean. I’m not trying to be all positive or make friends or any of that stuff. I’m just trying to drop a few pounds.

The New Kid’s Story- Part 3

Alright, I joined a gym. It wasn’t that bad. I went the first day and did a bunch of the machines. I kinda just watched what everyone else was doing and copied them when they left. Some of it even came back to me.