"Graditude" by Eric Suarez
Most Personal Trainers are "Go-Givers", they get into the business to help others achieve a healthier lifestyle.
To this point, I have been blessed with the opportunity of getting "Good" people into "Great" shape.
Unfortunately, there is only so much time in my day to accomplish this.
So in an attempt to save time and touch a much broader audience, I am in the process of publishing an exercise book for Fibromyalgia sufferers and others with chronic pain.
With this, I have called upon my friend Renee Downing from RADBODY Personal Training, in Huntington Beach, California.
Renee has suffered from Fibromyalgia since she was a teen.
She now runs 2 successful businesses which help her contribute to others in her area.
The following are 3 tips from the book which Renee was kind enough to share.
1. "Find a hobby"
To much time on your hands with Fibromyalgia is unhealthy. Find something you are passionate about and throw your heart into it.
2. "Easy on the running"
It exerts a lot of force on the joints. Most people have been sedentary for most of their lives and think they should begin their exercise program with running.
Be careful and start slow, there are many other forms of exercise which serve Fibromyalgia sufferers better.
3. "Be Grateful"
My biggest pleasure in life is to help others. I am grateful I have that opportunity.
Even with Fibromyalgia - I am living my dream...
I Couldn't have said it any better Renee!
"Let him that would move the world, first move himself" - Socrates -
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