My fitness routine changed me.
It changed my whole world.
I was born with a genetic condition that affects my ability to use muscles and muscles, and the more I did my workouts, the more muscles and muscle groups I was born without.
As a child, I would do 30 minutes of squats and deadlifts a day, then a full set of push-ups and dips at night.
At age 10, I did 15 push-up repetitions and then a few sets of 10-rep sets of squats.
I was an elite athlete.
In college, I was working out with a local bodybuilder, but after I lost weight, I lost interest in the sport.
I didn’t want to do the same old workout, and my life became a lot more complicated.
At the time, I had two options: lose weight, or start training again.
I could quit the sport altogether, but I didn, because I was so motivated to be stronger.
I needed more, and I needed it fast.
I started training every day, and by age 16, I weighed 242 pounds.
I had become the world’s strongest lifter.
My training regimen consisted of a lot of cardio, including running on a treadmill and cycling for 20 minutes a day.
I took six months off from competitive bodybuilding, and when I returned in December 2010, I started a program that focused on strength and power exercises.
I started to feel good after the first month, but it wasn’t until I started taking more bodyweight classes and started lifting weights that I felt like I was actually getting stronger.
Then, my bodyfat dropped, and it went up about 3 to 4 percent each month.
By the end of the year, I wanted to go back to bodybuilding again.
The program was a big part of that, but as the years passed, my progress slowed.
I couldn’t get the same amount of strength and muscle growth, and even my gains in bodyweight became smaller and smaller.
I went back to my old routine, but my workouts became harder and harder to complete.
I began to get tired, and after a couple of months, I went on a six-month hiatus from bodybuilding.
I stopped lifting weights altogether.
I still have an impressive resume, but by now, I am an older man, a retired teacher, a mother of two young boys.
The goal is to start my own business and to work as a nutritionist and dietitian.
I plan to have my first child in July.
I feel fortunate that I am able to have the support of my family, friends, and colleagues.
When I started this journey, I felt a little overwhelmed.
They encouraged me to be the best I could be.
I am thankful to have had so many people support me throughout my journey.
I have never had a coach or a personal trainer, and so I feel like I am doing this for the people who have helped me along the way.
I think it is important to be able to connect with people in any way, and that is why I have a website, a YouTube channel, and a podcast, The Power House Podcast.
The Power House podcast is a weekly podcast that is hosted by my husband and me, and we talk to health and fitness experts about all aspects of fitness.
The podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play Music.
I also regularly publish a blog called the Power House Blog, which contains information on nutrition, diet, and training.
I will continue to do a podcast.
I would love to continue doing this, but right now, my goal is building a business.
My goal is a successful business, and this is the only way I am going to achieve that goal.
My goals are not just about money, though I have the funds to do that.
My biggest goal is making my family happy.
It has been an incredible ride.
Thank you for listening.