Step 1 – Get Your Motor Rollin’
Step 2 – Stop The Diet Mentality
Step 3 – Build Your House On A Rock
Step 4 – Healthy Eating for Dummies
“Progress is impossible without change” – George Bernard Shaw
I spent most of my childhood and young adult years struggling with my health. I battled severe allergies, asthma, spastic colon and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and low self-esteem for as long as I could remember.
I grew up sickly, weak and defeated. I was told not to over-exert myself, take my medicines regularly and make the best of it. I wasn’t encouraged to play outside for fear of my allergies and asthma “getting stirred up” and needless to say sports were out of the question.
One year I attempted to play softball – but it’s hard to want to try at something where you get made fun of regularly…so I rarely played. During my college years I was in and out of the emergency room with “tummy” complications due to my spastic colon, IBS and poor diet. I continued to battle with my health until my mid 20’s.
One day I got SICK AND TIRED of being SICK AND TIRED. I had to take control and take back my life.