A Personal Trainer's Christmas Wishes
Minneapolis Personal Trainer Wants to Train Athletes, Overweight, and Health-Deprived in '09
As Christmas nears, I think about all the things I would like to see under the tree. Perhaps you have some special items that you desire as well (NOTE: if you want me to write a blog about something in particular for you...kettlebells, cardio, alkaline foods, burning more calories in less time, etc....please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will try to accomodate you).
I'll promise to leave Santa some low-glycemid index cookies with goat milk or almond milk if he promises to leave these things under the tree...
Personal Trainer Christmas Wish #1: A 250+ lbs. Entrepreneur
I would love to work with a person in 2009 that has put everything into their business at the cost of their body. I would love to tackle their lifestyle one piece at a time and build it in a way that makes sense for their line of work and for their health. I would like to help them lose 30 lbs. quickly, lower cholesterol and blood pressure numbers, and get their body on track to becoming a lean 200 lbs.
Personal Trainer Christmas Wish #2: An Athlete with College Sports Aspirations
I want to help an athlete crack the college ranks in 2009. By training explosive movements, implementing the right foods and supplements (and helping them stay clear of things that will harm their body forever like steroids), and addressing neglected essentials like hips and stabilizing muscles/tendons, I would really enjoy taking an athlete from a college long-shot to a first-team player.
Personal Trainer Christmas Wish #3: A Mom Who Can't Keep Up with Her Kids
I want to work with a mom who gets tired after walking up a flight of stairs. I want to work with a mom who wants to chase her young children around but just can't keep up. I want to help that mom rebuild her day so that she gets the time she needs so others can get her best as well. I want to help her transform from overwhelmed to in control, from over-eating to focused and nourished, and from self-conscious to clearly confident.
Personal Trainer Christmas Wish #4: Someone Whose Health is on the Rocks
There is someone out there who is facing serious challenges with diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, joint problems, sleep problems, food addictions, and bone problems. THAT is the person I want to help save in 2009! I want to work with them and bring them along in their health journey. I want to help them lose 100 lbs! I want their progress to be so significant that they feel empowered and encourage others by their progress. I want to bring their health insurance costs down. I want to help someone add years to their life AND life to their years.
Personal Trainer Christmas Wish #5: Expanded Influence in 2009
Last year I wanted to help more people in Minneapolis get their health back. 2008 was a very successful year. In 2009, I want my upcoming ebook "The Little Ebook on Fat Loss and Weight Loss" to work its way into the lives of 50,000 people (not just 50,000 readers, but 50,000 successful implementers!), I want to work with leaders who can set an example of health and body change that inspires their team! I want to reach people who will reach others! I want my circle of influence to be expanded. If you have a following (a pastor, a radio talk show host, a company with employees), I want to start with you and then work in your organization to help improve the lives of those around you. I want health insurance costs to go do, energy and production to go up, and lives to be improved!
Adam Erwin is an in-home personal trainer who travels the world to work with people who are ready to put excuses aside and work hard to change their body. Visit www.keepyourbetterhalf.com to learn more about what Adam does, who he works with, and how you can have him come and work with you! A Minneapolis resident, Adam will work close to home (Eden Prairie, Wayzata, Minnetonka, Edina) or will travel to your location (San Diego, Miami, Phoenx, Sydney Australia) to work with you.