David Shares His Health and Fitness Journey
Before coming to No limit I had become very inactive and had gained about 50 lbs due to being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. My Doctor said that i needed to fight through the pain and start moving or i would continue to gain weight and start to lose the mobility and strength that i needed just to walk
“I had become very inactive and had gained about 50 lbs due to being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis.”
Prior to being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis I was very active I was two weeks away from my third triathlon when my life changed in a matter of hours from being able to swim bike and run to not being able to walk without severe pain.
After a few months of feeling sorry for myself and gaining 50 lbs I knew i had to do something I still had a wife and two girls that I needed to take care of and I knew I wanted to be able to walk my daughters down the aisle when they got married and I was getting to point where I knew I wouldn’t be able to do that if I didn’t start making changes in my life.
So i decided to find place where i would be able to tell them about my Arthritis and the limitations I had and see if they could put together a program that would work for me. And I was fortunate to find No Limit.
I told them what was going on with me and they suggested that I get personalized training. So i gave it a try,and at first it was a struggle but the staff at no limit continued to encourage and support me. I continued to make progress I became stronger and I lost the 50 lbs that i gained and felt so much better.
“I continued to make progress I became stronger and I lost the 50 lbs that i gained and felt so much better. “
At No Limit, it is truly atmosphere that i have never seen at any gym. The owner of No Limit Sako goes out of he’s way to make sure he and his staff know you. It is a place where you will make friends and be encouraged to be healthy.
“At the age of 55 my life has improved greatly and I’m blessed to say that my Rheumatoid Arthritis has gone into remission.”
At the age of 55 my life has improved greatly and I’m blessed to say that my Rheumatoid Arthritis has gone into remission and I feel that being at No limit has a big part of that. So if you have doubts and feel like you can’t do it trust me you can if you have the will and the desire to lose weight or become healthier. No Limit has changed my life.