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Teaching You To Have Fun Through Fitness

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Have you ever needed to exercise, and you just can’t seem to get yourself to take the first step, even though you know it would be good for you? Have you ever got a sick feeling in your stomach while looking in the mirror, because you knew you needed to make a change, but you didn’t know how or, better yet, maybe you just didn’t want to? Why is exercise so painful to most of us even though we know it is good for us? These are many questions and experiences I have had myself.

I was quite plump when I was younger. Later, I had personal trainers and coaches to help me lose weight, enter fitness competitions, and become a fitness model. I did well.  However, when all was said and done and the competitions were over, I couldn’t get myself to exercise anymore. I just didn’t want to; I was like a stubborn mule.

My energy level was dropping seriously, and anxiety was consuming my life. Whenever I thought about exercising, I would get a sick feeling in my stomach. The pain that the thought of spending hours in the gym brought, overrode the anxiety I was experiencing over my physical condition.  I was stuck and had to find a way out.

After I figured out how to add fitness into my life and have fun again, I became pregnant which took me through another loop, because now my body wasn’t able to move the way it did in the past. Not only did I have to relearn how to exercise, I had the added pressure of hormones, which I had to learn how to manage.

As a result, I created “Kimberly Lou–Repair.Build.Recover”, a unique Three Phase Emotional Fitness Series consisting of three progressively challenging systems —each with a rotating focus on: Re-patterning the way your body moves, Building Strength, Balance, Coordination, and Shedding Excess Weight with Advanced Training to Achieve Optimal Fitness. All three levels keep your mind and body stimulated while you achieve advanced levels of fitness.

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