Joanne McCabe is the Athlete of the Month for January!
In three months Joanne has lost 21.2”, 10% body fat and 12”!
HERE IS WHAT SHE HAS TO SHARE WITH US ABOUT HER JOURNEY SINCE JOINING FRFW:
“When Robyn called to let me know that I have been chosen as Athlete of the Month my first thought and reaction was “I don’t deserve this’. Robyn reminded me where I started and how far I have come. I found FRFW when I was looking online for a gym to join. FRFW offered a punch card at the time and I thought that’s the cheapest and best option so that I can try to get to the gym maybe once or twice a week. I have been coming for three months now and after my first free week a punch card wasn’t even an option, I knew I would be coming more than once or twice. I have attended anywhere between 3 and 6 times a week and love it!
I am thankful for the wonderful coaches, and the love and support I receive. I have a long way to go, I have been making healthier choices with my diet and I am seeing results. It may be slow but I am in a much better place than I have been for years. I was in a slump, gained so much weight over the years (about 60lbs), didn’t do anything for myself and realized that something had to change. I am sometimes a little intimidated walking into the gym, but that feeling doesn’t last long. Everyone is so supportive and in most classes I receive encouragement from not only the coaches but from the amazing women here too. At 52 years old and quite often one of the oldest in the class and overweight, I sometimes worry about slowing fellow athletes down. I used to dread the partner work outs, the thought of letting your partner down was awful, but I have received great support and as long as I am doing the best I can, then I have learned that it’s ok:) Thanks for the continued leadership, friendship, support and this honor to be Athlete of the Month…Thank you” – Joanne
Every month this award goes to the athlete who has exhibited a rockin’ level of dedication and commitment to her fitness and health in the past month/months. Some of the attributes the Athlete is acknowledged for:
Dedication to your training by coming to the gym on a regular basis
Giving 110% when you get there
Always wanting and expecting more from yourself
Marked increases in all areas of fitness: strength, balance, coordination, agility, power, speed, endurance
Encouraging and supporting your fellow athletes
Happy, fun, positive attitude
Commitment to your nutrition
And basically being a “force to be reckoned with”! Congratulations Joanne! We are so proud of you and am blessed to have you as a client!!!