Entrenador sube de peso para ayudar a su clienta y así lucen ahora

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What???!!! You would take a selfie too after the looooooong year I just had. How did I do it? I just thought about the #Standard I created for myself some years back and how I made a commitment to stay true to MYSELF. Stay true to your standards and forget the status quo ... Never be embarrassed to be who you are... "People will laugh behind your back but that's none of your business, that's theirs "-Adonis Hill (That's Me 😬) #MindYourBusiness #YourMindIsYourOnlyBusiness STANDARDS are the behaviors you hold yourself to (as opposed to boundaries which are the behaviors you hold others to. Standards aren't what you think you "should" do or what you think other people want or expect you to do. Rather, standards are behaviors that you commit to because they will help you be your best. Sometimes you will need to make difficult choices in order to honor your standards. For me it was ... Do I rather go out and consume empty ass calories every weekend or do I not go out and work on becoming a better version of myself. ITS NOT ABOUT HAVING ABS!!!! Once you get used to maintaining your standards and begin to feel how great your life has become as a result, you will find yourself strongly adhering to your personal standards. Sit that ass down for a second, stay STILL and take a few minutes right NOW to make a list of 5 standards that are important to you and DIRECT MESSAGE / IN BOX / EMAIL me them and I will work on them with you. (source: psychology today,National Institute of Mental Health - National Institutes of Health, Ruth Hagarty) This weekend i will be responding to ALL MESSAGES!! _____________________________________ The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient. To dig for treasures shows not only impatience and greed, but lack of faith . Patience, patience, patience, is what the sea teaches. Patience and faith . One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach - waiting for a gift from the sea." - Anne Morrow Lindbergh #RespectTheProcess YOUR TURN! YOU GOT THE JUICE NOW #WeAreALLInThis2gether #ItsYouVsYou #FITtoFATtoFIT #Aetv #AdonisMovesAmerica FREE workouts over at: @FlyFitUniversity

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Adonis Hill es un entrenador personal de 35 años de Brooklyn. Se entregó a su vocación luego de perder 45 kilos (100 libras) a través de las pesas. Todo comenzó cuando tenía 27 años, su negocio falló y él quedó en la quiebra. Se deprimió tanto, que se engordó. Comenzó a caminar y luego a trotar. A los 29 ya era un hombre delgado. 


Siguió entrenándose. Cambió sus hábitos. Hasta que ganó 30 kilos (70 libras), para el show “Fit to Fat to Fit”. Ahí los entrenadores ganan peso, de tal manera que lo van perdiendo con sus clientes. Hill pasó a consumir 7 mil calorías por día. Luego comenzó a tomar un galón de refresco todos los días.  

Le costó recuperar su peso, pero fue difícil. Lo intentó con Alyssa, su clienta en el show.


Él perdió 25 kilos (57 libras) y ella 26.  (58 libras).  Ahora ella luce así: 


Y él volvió a duras penas a su estado de antes. Porque piensa que entrenar es espiritual. Hace afirmaciones diarias para motivarse. Se la pasa escuchando a oradores motivadores. También tiene un proyecto para promover las caminatas, reportó el portal Complex.

Ahora luce así:

En la galería verán otra motivadora historia de superación personal.

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