This is by far the most difficult blog to get started. Not because I am not sure what to say, rather I have so much to say, I don’t know how to start…Here goes!
Infinitely Fit was established in January 2013 after passing my personal training certification exam the previous October. I had no idea where it would take me, but I knew I wanted to help others feel the success I experienced because of changes I made in my lifestyle.
Today, April 13, 2018, I sit here knowing I accomplished what I set out to do, and it’s just the beginning!
Over the last five years, I have used my brand to inspire self-acceptance and change lives. The vehicle our brand has used thus far is fitness training, and using fitness training we have supported over five hundred people on their personal wellness journeys.
As I write, I reminisce about the evolutions this business has taken on in a short five years. It started with training friends and family to prepare myself to be a trainer, then friends hired me to train them, which led to my first personal training client outside my sphere, then I joined forces to begin and grow a fitness ministry at church, then the opportunity to start group classes in a Tae Kwan Do studio surfaced, which then led me to make my garage the home structure of Infinitely Fit, finally opening the studio in March 2016. The brand has also had several evolutions during the time in Carmel Mountain Ranch.
All ranges of emotions surface because many friendships formed under the operation of Infinitely Fit, and those relationship bonds improved lives for a lifetime.
We have sweat together, laughed together, cried together, and celebrated together as we endured life and our wellness journeys.
Some of my favorite memories include playing noodle hockey games (which everyone inevitably competed in like it was the Olympics), little Noah chiming in with his opinion of my exercise choice with a raspberry, my 35th birthday when our first Saturday class launched, hiring my first interns including Cathleen. Then there was the day I accidentally overslept for Tracy’s first 5:30AM class and Terese vouched for me and then checked to see my car was home and I was OK. I can't forget our annual Thanksgiving Work Out to Pig Out classes and lastly, launching Health Happy Hour which launched my speaking career off the ground.
Now, it’s with excitement and joy that I close the doors to the Infinitely Fit studio on May 13, 2018.
We are not saying goodbye, we are saying hello to new opportunities. In true LJ fashion, I’m filled with enthusiasm for the possibilities of the future of the Infinitely Fit brand in new and exciting ways.
Thank you to all who have attended classes and events, supported my endeavors, clients, and trainers, and those who partnered with Infinitely Fit to change our community at large. I’m filled with gratitude and humility for all that has been done for me and through me.
Please continue to follow Infinitely Fit as we launch the new face in the coming weeks.