Fitness is so much more than just working out, it’s a lifestyle change. We all go through our ups and downs, and I’m not just referring to weight. When we are faced with situations in my life where things didn’t go as planned we have really two options: to either sulk (why didn’t this go as planned, how did this happen, why me) OR you can let yourself feel but use this moment to fuel what comes next. Being diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2013 at 21 years old it was hard and it really put me at my lowest point the next few years. I really didn’t know how to handle the cancer, trying to graduate college, and being in a extremely unhealthy/abusive relationship. Like all other adversities, it is so much a MENTAL battle as it is physical. I WISHHH I would have found The Camp and got into fitness sooner than I did in 2016 . People come and go in your life and life is always going to keep to keep challenging you, THIS WILL NEVER CHANGE! But WHAT WILL change is HOW you handle it. Fitness has been there for me to immerse myself in when I feel lost, down, hurt, or juts need to get away from it all. It has also been a way for me to celebrate all that my body can do. We are all our own worst critics, if everyone could just love themselves a little bit more I feel we could shine just a bit brighter each an every day. I love being online sharing my journey and working with all the clients at the Camp on their health and fitness journey’s while continually improving myself. Thank you for all being a part ofmy life and letting me be a part of yours!
What matters is how well we rise after falling