Tell your fitness story

What Is Your Health & Fitness Story?

Today I am curious to learn how and more importantly why you decided to visit a gym or started to do fitness training, natural bodybuilding or bodybuilding.

There are plenty of reasons why one wants start with this sport or better said lifestyle.

Some want to lose weight, some want to gain muscle, some are looking for a potential partner in the gym, some have other reasons.

Everyone has a story to tell. Share your story with us.

You will also receive a gift. All writers of stories that have been published on the blog will receive a free copy of the eBook “Quick Guide – How to lose fat and shape your body”. You get this ebook for free, it is normally 4.00 US Dollar.

If you do not want to tell your own story, but have something funny or sad to share that happened in the gym or wherever you were doing your fitness training, than you are welcome to share this story, image or video with us.

Or maybe you hate fitness training, think it is boring or any other reason, let us know.

Of course all your postings will be anonymous, unless you would like to be named. And if you have an own blog or webpage I will gladly accept links to your website (max. 2 backlinks per story).

Please email your story to

There is no guarantee of being published on the blog, but a pretty good chance. Only postings via email will be accepted so do not write your story in the comments area.

Start now. We are waiting 😉

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2 comments on “Tell your fitness story

  1. My health & fitness story is pretty simple. I had two kids and it changed my body, I wan’t happy with the changes so I decided to take matters into my own hands. I do not go to the gym, don’t need to show off, I just want to get back in shape. Thru some of Bob Harper’s DVDs and Bootcamp DVDs and (believe it or not) Wii Fitness games, I have gotten in the best shape of my life. Granted, I do work out 7-days a week for a least 1 hour of Bootcamp/HIIT training plus some, and yeah, I get tired, but after I am done I am energized and happy I finished today’s workout. It is a lifestyle for me and I love it. Glad I found your site.

  2. Mine’s pretty straightforward. I’ve always been active, ever since I was a child. I played football when I was little, then switched to Badminton aged 11-12, then to tennis aged 13-14 and have played that ever since. I qualified as a tennis coach aged 18 and then as a fitness trainer aged 20 and have worked in those fields in some way, shape or form for the last 20 years.

    These days I mostly play tennis and run to stay in shape, and ski as much as I can in the winter. I always advise others to make sure their fitness training programmes are centred around activities they enjoy doing rather than pushing yourself to do something you’re not really keen on. You can do that for a while, but it’s unlikely to become a long-term lifestyle change. Which is where my attention is primarily focused these days – on helping people make the mindset shifts and behavioural changes that enable them to achieve their goals long term. In my 20+ years in this field I’ve learned that the mind has to shift first, before the body will really follow.

    Look forward to reading other people’s stories…


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