The No Pain No Gain Myth

Myth: That pain will help you gain or improve your fitness level.

Fact: Although some muscle soreness is to be expected, you should not be sore for more than a couple days. If you are sore for more than a couple days, you most likely over did it. Workouts should be progressive and increasingly challenging, but please start slow and gradually improve. If you experience pain during an exercise you should stop the exercise and find an alternative. If the pain is consistent you should seek the advice of a doctor.

To gradual improvement,

Jeremy

There are three things Jeremy is more passionate about than anything:

1. Seeing people, like you, transform their lives through new, healthier habits and routines.
2. Seeing businesses within the Fitness and Wellness industry growing and thriving, despite potentially adverse conditions of the market.
3. His Christian faith, which drives him to increase his talents to help as many others as he can.

Jeremy works tirelessly to educate, empower and envision his clients, helping them create everything God made them to be.

His motto is to grow in faith, create freedom, and progress in fitness excellence.

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