- Feel better
- Eat better
- Move easier
- Go farther
- Go faster
Perhaps you’ve taken the first step and stopped. It’s ok… because we all have. If getting started is the hardest step, then keeping started is certainly the second hardest. Most times it is a process of start / stop then start again / stop again. Each time the gaps between the start and stop shorten until one day you are where you want to be. The key – is to keep trying. Never stop taking that step to start, or to start again.
If you’ve found this website, then perhaps you are looking for a place to start or start again; a place to help guide you to take the steps toward a healthier, fitter, happier you. Often times, the first step is the absolute hardest. It takes a tremendous amount of courage to take that first step of admitting what we may have been denying to ourselves; to say “I need or I want to make a change.” The second step can be equally as challenging, the step where we reach out and say “Could you help me?”
Yes! I would love to help you. I would love to help support you in starting on this journey of reclaiming your health, your energy.
I Tri Fitness was created by me. For years I worked in Corporate America within the food industry, designing products, coaching and mentoring junior associates and leading teams. Eventually, I realized that my passion for helping others could be better supported within the fitness world – by helping people find activities and setting personal goals that would bring them greater happiness, more energy and healthier lifestyles.
I Tri is a supportive, non-intimidating, encouraging environment designed to support your goals and help you discover how being physically active can bring you greater health and a higher sense of happiness. You may not believe this now, but inside you is an athlete ready to be unleased.
All you need to do is take that first step. All you need to do is tri. The rest we can do together.
** None of the information on this site is intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor. Always seek the input of your medical provider regarding changes in diet and physical activity levels.