Sweat Equity (noun)- sustained effort; hard work

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    I'm a school teacher who has a passion for strength and conditioning. Over the years I have gained knowledge from the books, but more importantly through life experience and continued learning. My passion has turned into a side business. I see my responsibility as: 1. developing my trainees' strength throughout the whole body, not parts and pieces, both physically and mentally, and 2. to educate people on proper, effective exercise. If you train with me you will not get a cheerleader, but you will get somebody who will push and encourage you so that you will attain your goals. If you want to whine and not work hard, then find another trainer. It doesn't matter if you are a middle aged housewife or a college athlete-I can get you where you want to go, but only if you want it! If you are interested in training or nutritional counseling to achieve your goals, then please get in touch. Progress, not perfection! -Sweat Equity
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What is really important?

Posted by Sweat Equity on 05/06/2016

I hesitate to post a second time, especially this message. Our society does not want to be told to not focus on their TV idols and brand names, but we have become so focused on the whats that are all around us that we ignore the whos. The smallest things that we say or do for another person, whether for ourself, someone we know, or a stranger, can have a huge impact. This result occurs with the negative even more so than the positive, because although we walk around with our pretend tough exteriors, we all get our feelings hurt very easily, so be mindful. Those acidic words you choose may cut far deeper than you know, for you may have no idea where the individual may be emotionally at that moment. Conversely, the smallest, random act or word of kindness can turn someone’s day around when it is done with sincerity. 

“People will forget what you said, People will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

                                                 -Maya Angelou


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