Everyone starts the gym for their own goals & reasons. When I first started, I didn’t really have a goal in mind at all. It was 2017 when my mom joined the gym, & I was always curious until one day I finally asked to take spin. It became our ritual on every Monday & Thursday morning to go spin, & I loved it. It was fun & different & I was challenged by it (I am super competitive haha). Then the next few years roll around, & I began youth bootcamp still with no goals in mind but again it was fun and passed the time.
Once quarantine hit, I was still doing bootcamps, but a vision finally started to set in. I always had felt too skinny but it wasn’t until I began to get taller that I really didn’t like the way I looked. I began to eat my food correctly and work harder in my bootcamps to finally see some results. Who would have known doing the right thing would work huh? At this time, I began working at the gym as well becoming more in touch with the members and realizing even more my love for interaction with people.
As you all know, soon after I began dancing at Lafayette High School and even a studio!!! This confidence to be able to stand out and do those things is because of the gym. I was always told this gym and the people in it are extremely unique and will change the world. We all do that in our different ways, but we all do. Mine is through expression of dance which I never would have done without the foundation the gym built me on. And now, I love how my body looks!! So thank you RevFit for teaching me self love is the best, and I will continue to pour into you like you once did to me.