“Just showing up was a challenge for me before finding MFF, but now I love to start my day at the gym. The fact that I now love working out and look forward to waking up to get to the gym has been a huge shift for me.”
“I am not exaggerating when I say that MFF changed my life. I am a stronger person in so many ways. MFF has given me the tools I need to be better in the kitchen and in the gym. It is a slow process and through the support and guidance of MFF I feel like anything is achievable.”
Our communal sharing of gratitude and thanks is something we as a community at Mark Fisher Fitness do well. BPM’s newest post only touches the surface of his deepest emotions, as it is also a “goodbye” letter, but one that will hopefully shed some light on a journey for which he is most grateful.
“I knew in 2014 that MFF was going to be a life changer. I couldn’t have ever imagined the actual journey, but where I am now is definitely the type of magical result only created within this community of unicorns.”
In today’s Story of Glory, we bring you the inspiring tale of Tyler Whitman. You’ll learn about what it means to pursue fitness for the long haul and what it means to being willing to truly run your own race. Tyler Whitman, we salute you!
During the month of June, I conducted a little experiment with one hundred of my friends and acquaintances to see what would happen if we invested a very small amount of time in our own personal joy every single day.