Years of crash diets, programs, gym memberships all failed. My family primarily ate fast food and lots of buffets. I have been heavy all of my adult life. After my second son I was in the 300’s. I managed to lose some but always gained it back. I struggle with binge eating disorder and stress triggers it. After losing my mother to cancer in 2013 I fell into a deep depression. I struggled with life. Finally, at 345 lbs my doctor told me I had high blood pressure, high cholesterol and I had a huge risk of having diabetes. She was very frank with me. That day I decided I needed to change. I changed my diet and started walking.
In 2016 I found and ad on facebook for TFW East Metro. I called and signed up for the 8 Week Program. My life has never been the same! The moment I met the group of people I work out with I felt welcome. “Normal people that sweat and are all different shapes, sizes, and ages! All there at the dojo for the same reason. I never in my life thought I would be part of such an amazing group of people. I have hit goals and still going strong. The support has been monumental. They system they have in place is amazing. All the work is worth it! And I have two amazing coaches by my side cheering me on!
I would yell from the roof tops to anyone that would listen to tell them to join this fantastic family. I cannot express how grateful I am for these wonderful people! They saved my life! I have made new friends and now lost over 80 lbs. With the help of Training for Warriors this is only the beginning.
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Every day I wake up and follow a certain order of things. I start my shower, get clothes ready for the day, take my shower, (look in the mirror) check my hair (of which I barely have), brush my teeth and go on with my day. At the end of my day, I also take time to look in the mirror while brushing my teeth and think about my day. The mirror is something that most of you will use multiple times per day. Possibly to check your apparel, your hair, your teeth, etc.. The mirror is something that many people actually will try to avoid if at all possible. Looking in the mirror actually becomes a negative moment in the day for many people.
How can you use your mirror more effectively and positively? In Martin Rooney’s latest book, “The Book of Five Things” he writes about the many uses of mirrors. I spoke of some obvious uses, others listed in the book are interesting too! You can get more information on his book at www.trainingforwarriors.com
At times in the dojo, we use a mirror to correct form or technique in performing exercises. Basically using the mirror as a test! A test of how we are doing. Well, Martin also talks of “The Rooney Mirror Test” in this book. The suggestion is to look in the mirror at the end of the day and ask yourself these five questions:
1) Did I exercise and develop my body today?
2) Did I eat well today?
3) Did I learn something new today?
4) Did I make someone feel better today?
5) Did I make a positive step toward a major goal today?
If you answered yes to all 5 questions according to the book you pass the test! If not, you fail. The more days you have failed in answering yes to these five questions the more likely you will fail at many of your goals in your life.
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