My goal in life is to help other Morbidly Obese (MO) people gain a healthy and active lifestyle. The reason I am the Coach to help you do this is that I know what it is to be MO, and how difficult the journey is to get to a healthy and active lifestyle.
I will share my experiences with you, and help motivate and encourage you to reach the goals you set.
I have been MO the majority of my life. It wasn't until my late 30s that I started wanting to have an active healthy lifestyle. I am using all my tools and resources, whether it's a Medical Professional, Fitness Professional or a coping skill to get to my goals, and thus, help you get to your goals.
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Health and Fitness Provider Network, 5/2010
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