Beth's Athletic Lifestyle Transformation


Our family is VERY athletic, so a lot of value is placed on staying in shape.  Unfortunately, over the last ten years I was the exception to the rule.  I traveled constantly for business and between working long hours, business dinners, and raising a family, I didn't succeed with my fitness goals.  I have always been a runner, but was plagued with recurring injuries.  When I retired from the corporate rat-race in January, I decided it was time to change my priorities. Thanks to my daughter-in-law recommending Danielle Korb and Sweat Training, I have really changed my life!


I had heard that strength training was important, but didn't know how to start. So I just did cardio when I could and was frustrated with my injuries and lack of progress.  Danielle has taken this gym-novice and trained me how to construct an effective workout.  She analyzed my weaknesses that led to my injuries and has gradually strengthened these areas so I can continue to progress.  I could never have learned this on my own, or worked out as hard.  The positive reinforcement you get from your workout buddies really helps, too.

You would think I would sleep late after 35 years of early deadlines, but I eagerly set my alarm to eat on schedule prior to my workouts.  I follow Danielle's nutrition plan and have achieved great results.  I have dropped three dress sizes and feel fantastic!  My family is so proud of me!

Beth's Plan:

Group Personal Training 3x per week
Boot Camp 1x per week
Nutrition Plan

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Jason's Athletic Lifestyle Transformation




"Jason is now almost 2 years into his 2 times per week training. He is still improving with a winning work ethic consistently moving him forward. He just recently added an additional workout to his plan, 3 group training workouts per week for 3 months, which has again drastically changed his appearance. Jason is living the athletic lifestyle as he consistently shows up focusing on the work and the positive during his workouts. He has the winning momentum and mentality to completely & consistently improve his athleticism and athletic lifestyle."                                         
                                                                                   - Danielle Korb 

“I’ll start working out tomorrow” had become my mantra for too many years.  There always seemed to be something more pressing each day I intended to start getting back in shape.  However, in the spring of 2014 time started to catch up with me quickly.  I began to experience health issues which stemmed from a few causes – one being lack of exercise and poor diet.

Between having a beautiful young family (my wife and our four children under 7 years old), a demanding job and all of the other commitments in life, working out seemed almost impossible.  I needed to find someone who understood what I was looking for – physical fitness and healthy eating are an important part of my life; but not my entire life.

Then I was introduced to Danielle at Sweat Training.  The program is tailored to meet needs of busy professionals with busy personal lives as well.  I signed on for two one-hour training sessions each week for one year.  It is perfect.  I always look forward to my training sessions and how amazing I feel afterward.  Coupled with a healthy diet and individual cardio workouts twice a week, I feel as if I have been transformed into a new person. 

Everything from my energy level, sleeping habits and confidence has improved.  For me it is not about losing weight by rather feeling great.  In the past six months of working out, I have not weighed myself once.  My physical appearance has changed so drastically that people are not even recognizing me at first glance.

The best part is that I have only begun this journey.  I am confident with the Sweat Training program that I will be able to sustain this lifestyle and have it form into life long habits.  Sweat Training is realistic enough to know that there are days where I am not going to be performing at 100%, and that is OK.  The important part is to continue moving forward.

Jason's Training Plan:
Group Training 2x per week


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