What Airlines can Teach Us about Fitness

Josie has two kids, a spouse, and a full-time job. She feels like she can barely go to the bathroom alone. 

Joe is a lawyer. He works long hours, sometimes weekends, and likes to spend time with family. 

Sam has elderly parents that require a lot of care and attention. She brings them to doctors’ appointments and checks in often. 

Sound familiar? At some level, we can all relate to feeling busy and giving a lot to those around us. 

Do you remember the simple instructions you receive on an airplane? If the plane hits turbulence, masks deploy. You are instructed to put on your own mask before helping others. Do it any other way, and you won’t be able to help anyone, yourself, or others. 

Likewise, putting your health and fitness—your engine—on the back burner will leave you sputtering. At some point, you’ll be—quite literally—gasping for air. 

We know it can feel impossible to take the first step. You don’t have to do it alone! Give us a call (or text or email) and we’ll take that step with you. 

Be better at life by being better to yourself first.

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