Before people find something they love they can find themselves “on and off” the fitness wagon, trying different phases and crazes and basically lacking consistency and results.

Our amazing client and coach Courtney Z was in exactly that predicament. 
She says, “working out felt like something I was supposed to do vs something I wanted to do. I never enjoyed it and never saw any sort of results because I didn’t stick with anything consistently.I hadn’t had a consistent workout regimen since high school. I was very good at procrastinating, making excuses, and then trying to dive all in to a plan for a few days before inevitably falling off the wagon again.
I had no accountability, fitness goals beyond a number on the scale, or real knowledge about fitness. 

I came into MPower for the first time the month before my wedding when I really wanted to “buckle down”. I was so nervous to start a workout program let alone a bootcamp class – intimidating. Then I met Megan K and a few other coaches who were so supportive and respectful. But the biggest difference was that they noticed when I hadn’t been in for a while. I felt like I needed to go to class to prove it to both myself and the coaches that I could stick with something. Then I just fell in love with the 6am SLP crew and didn’t turn back!” 


Since joining MPower I finally understand what people mean when they say working out helps them FEEL better. It’s not about looks, or hitting a number on the scale, it’s about feeling better all around. I have more energy, sleep better, eat better, drink more water, and feel more confident when I make it to MPower in the morning. I’ve also learned so much about nutrition and fitness from this group, I know what I should be eating and what I should be limiting now. I have developed long term habits like starting my day with 24oz of water first thing, actually measuring my coffee creamer, and limiting carbs when my digestion isn’t great. 

Like most of our clients, Courtney is BUSY. She and her husband both work full-time and have a baby.  Getting to sessions can be tough. She says, “In order to get a workout in I have to plan it in advance and put it on the schedule. Before I had a baby, the routine was easier but now I have to take it week by week scheduling what days I’ll get to work out and what days I have to do a workout at home or squeeze in an extra long family walk at a minimum. But trust me, I still get out of my routine every now and then! But, then I force myself to jump back in and set my alarm. For me if I don’t work out in the morning, it’s not going to happen. It’s too easy for the day to slip away and to get busy with work. I set my alarm for 5:00 and don’t give myself any wiggle room to second guess my plan, I’m in the car and on the way to the gym before I even realize what’s happening!”


Courtney’s inspiration to be in the best health possible comes from her family.  She says, “My husband is annoyingly fit – he can pump out 100 push ups or bike 10 miles with no training. I’m never going to be built like that, but I can do my part to keep up with him! I want to be able to keep up with him and my daughter whether we’re doing a weekend activity, or on vacation walking 20,000 steps a day. To me it’s important to have energy and feel strong and healthy. Also after I had been coming to MPower for a few years someone in my family had a life changing medical diagnosis that impacts her everyday. I have seen first hand how quickly your health can change your entire world and I want to do everything I possibly can to be proactive about health. Sometimes the workouts seem hard, so I have to work on believing in myself that yes I can do them and that I can modify the moves if they aren’t working for me.”


 I LOVE MPower. I had no idea what a gym community could feel like until I started here. I absolutely love the variety of people who come to sessions, not everyone is a specific size or has a particular ability. Everyone is doing what works for them and there is zero judgement. I love that I can do the workout 110% or 50% depending on the day and no one is counting my reps or judging how much I’m lifting. Everyone is welcoming, supportive, and truly there to focus on themselves. But the biggest difference is that the coaches care and they communicate with you on a regular basis. The accountability is critical. 

I would have never guessed I’d work at a gym! 🙂 I now get up at 4:45 to help people with their workouts and I love it- who would have thought!  I’m an introvert at heart and getting on a microphone to coach is something that many of my friends still can’t believe. But I love getting to know clients and feeling like I’m helping them in a unique way. I like sharing the energy that MPower gives me and I really like learning more about fitness each day. I have always liked learning about nutrition but since MPower I have really gained a passion for learning about fitness and wellness overall. 

It is pretty awesome to think about what can happen for someone in just 7 years! Courtney has become a “fitness person”, gotten certified as a coach and become a regular early morning exerciser. We are so glad to have you with us Courtney and excited for your continued fitness journey. 

A lot of our clients begin their fitness program with us because they want to feel better and have more energy, but they don’t have time to waste doing this. 

Almost everyone we see is BUSY. 

Our early a.m. client Erin H is no exception to this. With two little ones, a full-time job, work travel and long days Erin needs fast and effective workouts. 

She says, “I don’t know how I could do it if MPower didn’t offer 30-minute sessions. My days are FULL, but with MPower I am able to get my workout in at 5:30am and still get home in time for a busy morning routine before making it downtown for work by 8. The 30 minute workout can fit into anyone’s schedule and I accomplish just as much in 30 minutes as I would at the gym by myself for an hour!”

Before coming to train with us Erin wasn’t really doing much, she says. She had gained weight with each of her pregnancies and was struggling to lose it.  She wanted to get back to feeling herself. Prior to babies she “used to run a lot and worked out at LA Fitness”.  Her body had changed though with each pregnancy and she found that she no longer enjoyed the same workouts she used to…plus there was the time piece. She needed something that she could get done quickly and effectively.   

She knew she could get back to feeling great: healthy, happy and energetic. So she got signed up with us. 

She says, “I never thought I could actually enjoy waking up at 5am to go workout – but I really do! The early morning coaches have such great energy. Big shout out to coach Jenna here! I am also usually at the gym on Saturdays and Sundays. Weekends are fun because I get to see/meet others that don’t work out or coach in the mornings. I also love the variety. In the year I have been here I know I haven’t done the exact same workout twice. There are always new moves, new variations, and new challenges. I love it!”

It hasn’t been a perfect journey for Erin, she admits. She travels a lot for work so each time she returns from a trip she needs to rebuild the habit of getting to the early a.m. sessions but she has a supportive husband and she is loving feeling stronger than ever so she is never away for too long. 

We are so happy you found us Erin and excited to be a part of your routine and your fitness journey! Congratulations on your success. We are excited to see what 2020 brings you. 

Megan K and the team 

When people walk through the doors at MPower fitness they know they want a change. They want something better for their lives. Sometimes they come in in rough shape, emotionally and physically. Sometimes they are doing pretty well but looking for something different. 

Most often they don’t know just how much their lives will positively change with consistent exercise, a supportive community and what people call the magic of MPower.

Rachael’s story is truly amazing and for those of you who know her, she (and her children) have been through a lot in the last 8 years. 

When she first came in, she was struggling to cope with the death of her husband Clay and to raise two young boys alone. 

She had gained weight, was still gaining, wasn’t exercising and was rounding out each day with a bottle of wine.  

Within a year of joining the program, her whole life looked dramatically different. For the Better! 

She had lost weight, lost inches, was in incredible shape and had earned herself a role on our MPower team. 

Roughly 3 years into her journey, she, Kellie Lillehei and I were on a trip to Florida for a convention.  We were sitting poolside and Kellie and I suggested that Rachael consider doing a bikini competition. I’m pretty sure this came about as we were sipping a cocktail and Rachael was trying to figure out how to put the exact drink into her myfitnesspal tracking app.  

I’m also pretty sure Kellie and I were giving Rachael some grief for not ever putting the myfitnesspal down :p. But what we saw was grit and dedication. The kind we knew would be what it took to do a fitness competition. 

Rachael says, “I knew nothing of fitness competitions…didn’t even know what it was. When I did find out what it was all about, I decided it wasn’t for me. 

Another 2 years passed. Now I was thinking about where I wanted to see myself at 50. I revisited the idea of fitness competition. It turns out bikini was not where I saw myself but figure was a category I could see myself doing and I had a lot of work ahead of me.”

Fast forward through a rigorous eating plan, 4-5 days per week of training and almost a year without any alcohol. This past May, Rachael walked on stage at Mr and Ms Natural MN and won 3rd place!  

“In a million years, I never could have imagined achieving this kind of goal. But thanks largely in part to the encouragement and support of my MPower family. I did the thing!”

Over the last 6 years, Rachael’s role here at MPower has evolved too. She became a certified coach and has been making cameo appearances on the floor at both studios. She is a regular meeting with clients for what we call NAG sessions: Nutrition and Goal setting appointments. 

She loves any and all client interactions- except collecting delinquent payments. (Let’s be honest, none of us really like that part.)

She says, she is always able to find the silver lining and sometimes she thinks that she is happier and more excited for their progress than they are! 

But being in great shape and being the “healthy mom” hasn’t just impacted her work life. Rachael knows her two boys are proud of her. She delights when they and their friends ask for tips and suggestions on health and fitness.  

If you had asked Rachael, 7 years ago when she sat across from me crying (and hung over) where she would be by this time I know she wouldn’t have said here.  She has made gigantic strides in the last 7 years and she couldn’t be happier. 

Also, she recently got engaged! If you see her give her a big ole hug and ask to see that beautiful ring of hers. 

We love you Rachael and are glad to have you as a part of the family. 

We can’t wait to see what this next decade brings for her and all of you! 

As a side note, 

I’m not sure what I’d do without a good Rachael story to tell when I go home to visit my actual family :p

For some of our clients the habit of exercise already exists, and they are in a routine of healthy habits but they’ve lost “inspiration, motivation and don’t have a feeling of belonging”. 

For our awesome early morning client Amie G, she says “I belonged to a large gym here in town.  I enjoyed participating in classes (when I could take an 1+ out of my day), but didn’t feel like there was a sense of community.  I felt I didn’t have any support emotionally or mentally;  it felt like I was alone on my fitness journey. 

I even tried participating in boot camp classes but found that wasn’t helping me achieve any of my fitness goals.  I’m the type of person that needs inspiration and needs to be challenged.”

For a goal minded person who likes a challenge it can be easy to become unmotivated and gradually fall out of the healthy habits like exercise.  

Amie says, “I stopped going to the club and the only exercise I got was walking my dogs and the occasional run on our home treadmill.   Physically I wasn’t in bad shape, but knew that I needed to start exercising more and needed to increase my fitness level.”

Her inspiration to make a change and increase her fitness was twofold: in 2016 Amie had open heart surgery and an aortic valve replacement. She wanted to make sure she was continuing to improve her fitness levels and care for her body.

Her good friend Steph had been attending and Amie was aware of the progress Stephanie had made and how much she loved the community here at MPower (then Fit Body).  

When you find something you love it can be a natural fit! 

Amie says, “It has been wonderful! I have always been a ‘class’ person so the format is great. I also like variety and balance with the cardio and strength combinations.   Being able to get results in 30 minutes has also been one of the highlights. It makes it easier to fit the workouts in with my busy schedule. I like having the opportunity to participate in different activities like yoga, Amazing Race, etc.. so much fun!” 

We are glad you found us Amie and we can’t wait to help you push past your Ascension Level 2 Test 🙂 

Megan K and the team

Have you heard the quote, “A river cuts through a rock not because of its power but because of its persistence (by Jim Watkins)?”

I believe it is the same with achieving fitness goals or any goals for that matter. 

Do you need power? 

Yes, power and strength to be persistent and persevere. 

It doesn’t matter what your goal is; lose weight, become more fit/toned, run a marathon, or to just be healthy overall. Whatever your goal, it’s your perseverance that will help you get there.

Tami Hamilton is the amazing woman I want to talk about today. She turned the fabulous 50 this year, was someone that hated going to the gym, lacked energy and was lacking the motivation to change this. I asked how she felt prior to joining MPower Fitness and this is what she told me.

“I hated going to the gym to workout. I was unhappy with how I looked, I had no energy, was unmotivated, and I was eating badly.”

That’s a pretty average statement for people joining our fitness family.  But deep down Tami wanted to make a change, she wanted to feel better and have the energy of a 30 year old. So, she came in to our camp and wanted to see what it was all about. After the orientation she actually walked out and wasn’t going to join. Thankfully she changed her mind. Take a look.

“I turned 50 this year and read that as you get older you lose strength.  I saw the Facebook post and just decided to try it.  When I went to my first orientation I almost did not sign up. I started out to my car but then I thought, 6 weeks I can do so I turned around and went back in. 8 months later I am still going and look forward to it every day.

 I have a better outlook on life. Just a week ago I went hiking with friends and I was always the one holding up the group.  Well not anymore, I kept up and felt good at the end and not tired.  Also my friends said they were proud of my progress because now I could do the harder hikes with them.  I felt proud of myself when they told me this.”

If Tami had not turned around and came back and pushed through she would not have accomplished her goals. Her friends would be out hiking and having fun and she would have been left behind. Tami’s persistence has allowed her to have a new perspective on life. She’s learning to eat better and not give up if she has a small setback.

“I am learning to make healthier chooses and to not get down on myself if I give in to temptations. I’ve learned to ask for help because there is a team to help me.

I love making new friends – it is so inspiring to have people around who have the same goals and face the same struggles you do and to share with each other helps in this journey.

I look better now.  I am not where I want to be 100% yet, but continue to work on getting to a healthier me.”

And with Tami’s determination and perseverance she will most definitely get to where she wants to be. We are so proud of you Tami. Keep up the good work.

We hear often from the moms who attend MPower Fitness that being busy is one of the biggest obstacles they need to overcome when they are pursuing health and fitness goals.

Our fantastic client Youa is no exception to that.  

With four young children and a full-time profession she is definitely busy.

Before joining MPower Fitness she had just begun exercising again and working to get in shape…

She says, “I thought I was ok but I knew I was not happy because this was the biggest I’ve ever gotten. I didn’t workout. I ate everything I loved with no limits. I just didn’t care or was too lazy to do something about it”. She knew she needed to get in shape to be healthy and strong for herself and for her family.

She had begun to have back and foot pain due to the extra weight. That combined with a family history of high blood pressure and diabeste and Youa decided she should change her ways.

Since beginning to exercise and losing some body fat she has noticed that both her back and foot pain are gone!

Youa says she was VERY nervous to get started. She was scared of any workout called “boot camp” and was convinced she was “going to die” during the session. But Rachael met with her, encouraged her to try a challenge and the rest is history.

Youa says the 30 minute workouts during the early morning timeframe help her fit everything in so she can get done with work and go home to her babies. “I love the 30 minutes, variety and the people. It is never a dull moment at boot camp. I’m now working out 4-5 times per week and I’m working on my food and water everyday…slowly making better decisions and being more aware of what I put in my body”.

No journey is completely obstacle free though and for Youa the obstacle is food. She says “It’s my only downfall. I love FOOD! I’m still working on it everyday. I overcome it by reminding myself of my goals.”

Since joining MPower Youa is down 15.3 lbs  8.75 inches and 1.6% bodyfat​.

We are so happy you found a workout that you like and that you have some “me time” Youa. Congratulations on all of your success! We are happy to have you with us as a part of the Fit Family.

While we live in MN where everyone is nice,  it can be hard to get out and meet people and make friends. Just about everyone needs some kind of social network.  

Many of our clients seek out fitness services but learn along the way that they are also looking for a social network. It is incredibly helpful to be in an environment where we are encouraged to be healthier, uplifted and supported- especially if in other parts of our lives our friends/ family are not as focused on those things or are even detracting. 

Our client Sandy says, “Before I answered the invitation on Facebook (to join MPower for Life) I was having a really rough time.  I really did not have any motivation for anything. 

My husband of 50 years passed away in Jan 2018 and I had no idea what to do.

I was not feeling well and gaining weight. Joining MPower for Life was a pretty radical move! I knew it was for me when everyone was working out and laughing!
I feel much stronger – mentally, emotionally and physically already.  I look forward to each and every day. 
I’m eating good food and losing weight!”

Sandy knew she wanted to get in good shape and she knew she had to because she was going to be managing her home and the yard work without the help of her late husband. 

Her inspiration has come from her husband, “My goal is to do 10 regulation push-ups. Jer, my husband, teased me all the time because I could not do 1(he could do 100 without breaking a sweat).”

I hear from coaches Amanda, Carla and Kim that she is on her way … 

Sandy says “The best thing about this program is how good I feel after workouts!” 

We are thrilled Sandy found us and couldn’t be happier with how much fun our MPower for Life clients all seem to be having EVERY single session. 
Sometimes we stop what we are doing in the office just to listen to them laughing and giggling during their workouts. 

It is delightful. 

We are so glad to have you as a client Sandy, and we can’t wait to take a video of you doing 10 or more push-ups so that you can send it to all of your family. 

Megan K and Team

This week I’m going to share my story. 
I don’t do it all that often because it feels a bit awkward, but I felt like it was
time again to tell you from where I came and why. 

I moved here from Minot, ND in June 2010.

Prior to moving, I was teaching and training at several studios around that small town in North Dakota and
I loved so many things about it. 
I had great friends, great clients and fantastic co-workers. 

But my personal life was an absolute disaster. 
I was coming out of a completely incompatible marriage and I was in a dark place emotionally. 
I felt like a failure. I had made a lot of mistakes and didn’t know how to work through all of what was going on with a lack of life direction, a failed marriage and a few other big personal disasters. In addition, I was hanging out with some folks who were deeply into drinking and smoking. Not surprisingly, I was too. I was using alcohol and closet smoking to numb out the pain from other poor life choices.  

In February 2010, on a dark cold winter evening, I was at the home of several guy friends for a 90’s themed party. 
The party was really well attended a fun evening. 

But the night quickly became a disaster that I’ll never forget. 
I’ll spare you the gory details, but the long and the short of it is that a person I knew and believed cared about me raped me, beat me up, called me horrible names and threatened my life. With a promise to have me killed if anyone ever learned about this.  

I found myself running down the road in a borrowed coat with my shoes only barely on screaming and crying.  

There were a lot of things that came out of this personal catastrophe. 
A trip to the Emergency room, 
an invasive exam, 
statements to the police
Interviews with the Air Force police
the return of my still technically husband from Squadron Officer School
and on and on…

But if you’ll fast forward a bit with me what ultimately came was the realization that I’d never be the same AND
that I could not stay in Minot, ND. 

I was no longer safe.  I had to leave. 

This was confirmed when I found at that not only would the person who raped me NOT be going to jail, he would get to remain in the Air Force. 
Where he still serves, to this day…

This is all pretty dark. I realize.  
But it matters because it has shaped who I am and what we are today. 

When I moved to Minneapolis, I knew two people. 
One was Adam Glass (whom I loved dearly and trusted with my life) and the other was a friend who worked for Core Power Yoga. I’ve seen her twice since moving here. :p Basically, I knew nobody. 

But,  I knew what I wanted. 

I had a vision of creating communities of people who love and accepted each other regardless of personal struggles, dark times, difficult life choices etc. 
And I wanted this community to be focused on the pursuit of better. 
Whatever better looks like for the individual. 

I wanted people who didn’t know that many people to feel supported. I wanted people to feel loved and welcomed. 


And I wanted all of this to be centered around movement and exercise. 

I know when people move their bodies they feel better…and if I can just get someone who is in a dark place: whether it be a lack of self-esteem, fear about the future, financial, health or political concerns, family concerns, troubles with children or spouse just to move around a bit amazing things can happen.  The human body is really miraculous.  The human body wants to facilitate a beautiful life for you.
And when you start seeing accomplishments anywhere in your life (but especially physically) it can often seem possible again that other things can improve too…

Plus, when we put ourselves in a situation or an environment where those around us are wanting to get better too, it is remarkable what can happen.  The influence from other positive focused people is HUGE for us.  
We start to expect and demand better of ourselves. 
We start to elevate our standards for our lives and even better  we start to believe these better things and times are possible for ourselves. 

Stay tuned for part 2…

Perhaps you have had a time when you wanted to do something but weren’t sure you could? Our client Robin was in that position before she got started with us.

She says, “I kept seeing MPower Fitness pop up on my Facebook.  I drove by the SLP a few times, but didn’t think I could go in because of my shape and size.  The last time I drove by I saw a few ladies in their 60’s talking in the parking lot who were looking FIT and HAPPY, I thought if they could do it, I probably could to. So I did.”

Robin hadn’t always doubted herself.  

Just a few years earlier, she was traveling the world, running ½ marathons, doing triathlons, earning her masters degree and ‘living the dream’.

Then in her 30s, things changed. Big time.  “I became a mother of 2, worked full time, our roommate died of cancer, my best friend committed suicide at age 28, I lost my job 4 years in a row and I found myself eating just to feel alive and I fell into a deep depression.   I was drinking 1 or 2 liters of diet coke a day and eating non-stop carbs and sugar. I was fat, tired, and so depressed that I was on depression and anxiety prescriptions and addicted to diet coke. I gained 100 lbs over 10 years.“

Robin knew things had to change and she wanted them to…after she overcame her fear of what boot camp might mean, she signed up for our program and started to put herself as a priority again.  She says she schedules 3 sessions per week- in the evening, after work- and if she misses a night, she goes on the weekend. “The 30 minutes sessions are very doable to squeeze into my busy life.  I feel very strong, fit and mentally I feel alive again.

“In my almost 1 year of joining MPower Fitness, I am off all my depression and anxiety drugs, and stopped drinking diet coke.  I feel more alive and am starting to crawl my way out of the mess I was in. I also feel really strong and more fit, I am doing so much more with my husband and kids and truly loving my life and how I look. My goal was to lose a lot of weight.  That hasn’t happened like I thought it would, instead I have lost inches and regained my mental health. All of my clothes are loose and I have gone down 2 pant sizes. I realized I need to be nicer to myself and take this one day at a time. It took me 10 years to gain weight, it will take some time to lose this weight.  My goal for 2019 is to focus on my nutrition and continue the MPower sessions.”

I’m almost 40 and really looking forward to my next chapter.  Hope they are better than my 30’s.

Wow Robin! We are so happy you saw those women in the parking lot who inspired you to come in and we are so pleased to hear of your success! Life changing.  

We all have times when we doubt if we can do something… I’m not this enough, or that enough. The truth is you are enough, right now. Whatever you are aiming to do, you can achieve. It will take work. But you can do it.

We believe in you!

Megan K and Team

Did you know that one of the biggest predictors of the success of an infomercial product is how easily it can be stored in a closet or under a bed? 

In fact, most companies won’t even bring to market a fitness product (for ‘use at home’) unless it can be easily stashed away. 

While not in product sales, Jillian Michaels has sold just under 1.5 million copies of one of her at home workout DVD’s. I can see why, with a hit TV Show, an awesome physique and excellent marketing behind her. 

BUT, do you think all those people that purchased the DVDs continue to use them or ever used them in the first place?


You might be surprised to know that more than 50% of purchasers use a DVD a couple times and that’s it. This goes for all home workout DVD’s and programs, not just Jillian’s.

Ok, so what’s the big deal about this? Well I’ve had several members tell me they tried at home workout DVD’s but they get bored and stop, they don’t work or never really used them. Today I heard this again so I thought I’d write about it.

Many of you know Becky, not just as a MPower Fitness member but also as one of our junior coaches. Becky was one of those individuals that “worked out with Jillian” (not literally) but really didn’t stick with it.


I was tired all the time and frustrated about being tired. I made excuses for why I couldn’t’ get in a work out on any given day.”

NOW that I’ve been doing MPower Fitness for about a year and a half I KNOW I can make time for a boot camp session. I feel so much healthier because I am not doing it alone and wondering if I am doing the right exercises or in the right order or anything like that. I look forward to walking into MPower’s doors because I know I’ll be greeted with a smiling, helpful face vs hovering around a machine, waiting for my turn to do it at my previous gyms.

I think the big reason that I want to go to a boot camp session is because of the people I can expect to see there. I get excited to see Tracy, Jenny, Mara or whoever the coach might be for the day and that gets me out the door.”


Being surrounded by positive people that encourage and want the same thing as you really does wonders. Smiles are contagious. That’s a fact. And when you walk in the door and everyone is smiling and happy to be there, how can you not smile back and feel good?

Becky has learned a lot about health and fitness in her year and a half with us, more than she ever thought she would. Look what she had to say,

Since joining MPower Fitness my life has changed from thinking and reading about health and fitness and actually DOING the things that I’ve read about. I’ve gone from someone who was almost always on some form of a diet to someone who makes daily healthy choices as best as I can but who also doesn’t beat myself up when I slip up here and there. I have gained a better vision for what long-term health and fitness looks like.

When I was younger I had trouble sleeping, was anxious and put on an anti-depressant which I did not want to take. Since then, the work outs and the food that I put into my body have helped me deal with some of those symptoms of depression that still pop up. When I work out, I tend to sleep better and worry less which is a huge difference from how I used to deal with my stress.” 


Becky has not only reached her initial goals as a client but raised the bar more and became one or our newest fitness coaches and is sharing her knowledge with so many others. This is a win-win for everyone.

My goal from the beginning was to lose a few pounds and get back in shape. My goal now is not strikingly different, I still want to feel good but I also want to be able to do certain activities that stretch my fitness to the next level. My goal now is to maintain those “post challenge” results and honestly to feel comfortable in a swim suit. I think it’s something a lot of us dread and I’d like to change that!

My overall experience at MPower Fitness has been one of constant encouragement. Megan is such an inspiring speaker and person to be around. I would say I used to be intimidated by the smaller gyms with more attention put on you as you’re working out, but the way the coaches do it makes you feel like they have your best interest in mind 100 percent. Now that I have gone from client to coach, I am just excited to make other people feel the way the coaches have left me feeling after a work out with them.

I’m happy to be a part of the MPower Fitness family because they truly do want all good things for everyone who walks through those doors.”

Great times lie ahead with another awesome coach on board. Congrats Becky!

If you are like Becky and struggling to find the motivation to do a home workout, give us a call and we’ll get you in to try out MPower Fitness.

Let’s make it another great week! 

Megan K and the team