When I first met Adam back in 2006, I wasn’t very interested in fitness. But Adam is one of the most consistent (and persistent) people I know. His enthusiasm and true passion for what he does are contagious.
Then a day came along when I realized that it was time for a change. Ever since, I’ve accomplished every fitness goal I’ve set for myself, and I couldn’t be more proud.
MyBodyTutor taught me the power of consistency. Every now and then, I’d ask Adam about a new diet or exercise plan. It’s an understandable question. After all, there’s a lot of stuff out there! And he’d remind me of the “other” definition of insanity, the one no one ever talks about: Insanity is when we stop doing something that is already working so well. And, of course, I’d agree and get back to work.
I discovered that fitness is more than just eating right and exercising. And that cravings and the desire to indulge aren’t the real problems. They’re just symptoms. As Adam puts it, “It’s never about the food. It’s about what the food allows us to avoid.” And when we focused on getting to the root cause of these symptoms, it was a game-changer.
I also experienced how your health and fitness impacts every area of your life. How you eat and exercise impacts your career, your personal life, your mood, energy, happiness, and everything else. And when you realize your body’s full potential, it allows you to finally realize your overall potential.
Thanks to Adam, the way I think about food and exercise has completely changed. MyBodyTutor is one of the best things I’ve ever been a part of. And the best part is that we’ve become very close friends through the whole process.