Client Spotlight: Rosie S.

Fear not, Limitless finally has a new blog post and it is well worth the wait!

Screen Shot 2017-11-29 at 3.17.40 PM I’m pretty excited about this long awaited Client Spotlight. Rosie is as deserving of acknowledgment for her achievements at Limitless as any client here has ever been.
This recent mother of two boys (at the time) began dabbling in fitness at Limitless in 2014 after training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for about a year or so. In early 2015, when we moved locations, she began taking her fitness more seriously. It wasn’t until she tore her ACL in Jiu Jitsu at the end of 2015 and needed surgery that her fitness dedication upleveled big time.

While being unable to train on the mats anymore, Rosie decided to double down on her fitness and focus on coming back stronger than ever.  It was then that we consistently met three times a week with a blend of heavy strength work to build muscle and intense circuit training to increase cardio, improve athleticism, and burn fat. Alternating upper body and lower body focus each day with plenty of direct core work, which is her favorite. She has barely missed a workout since!

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If I had to describe the biggest factor within Rosie that has allowed her to reach the level of fitness that she is currently operating at, it would be her consistent focus. As we all probably know, it’s easy for a lot of people to get excited and pumped about starting something positive like a new workout regimen. The rare attribute that separates the high achievers from the average is consistency. That means showing up even when you don’t feel like it, during the good days and the bad. It requires you to be so driven towards the idealistic goal version of yourself that little things (or even big things) that would break other people’s habits will leave you unfazed and even refocused. I appreciate this in Rosie because I attribute a lot of my own personal achievement in fitness and beyond to the same personal quality, consistency.

 

Rosie has fully recovered from knee surgery and has been able to workout and train Jiu Jitsu at 100% for over a year now. She is indeed stronger than ever. Screen Shot 2017-11-29 at 3.18.33 PM
Besides being a great friend of mine now, Rosie is also just an awesome walking billboard for this studio because of the body she has built and the enthusiasm she has for heath and fitness. She can be found on her social media accounts spreading her messages of self improvement, positivity, and loves of fitness and Jiu Jitsu.…or of course on the mat or in the gym!
IG: @rosestrattonbjj

 

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