Personal Trainer New York City – Day 2

Day 2 – You Can Go Far If You Continue…

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Hey Curvy Goddess,

You are on your second day of the Personal Trainer New York City Curvy Goddess 30 Day Challenge.

I wanted to give you a shot of encouragement in the beginning. And my plan is to give you shots of encouragement all throughout the 30 days.

You can succeed with anything that you focus on. The key is to see your goals as something fun yet challenging but achievable with opportunities to learn about yourself.

You can achieve it.

And you not only get the prize of a healthy and fit body but so much more.

You get my support. I’m a personal trainer in New York City with over 14 years of experience.

You will have all of these surprises that will show up in your life during this process of health and fitness. People, experiences, and things that you could never have imagined for yourself will arrive.

I’d like to share with you my personal story regarding how I started in the fitness industry as a personal trainer New York City

This is the extra, extra, extra brief version of my life a personal trainer New York City and why I was inspired to create Curvy Goddess Workout and Curvy Goddess LLC.

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I’ve struggled with my weight throughout my life. It’s been an issue as long as I can remember. I knew I was different and I felt that “being heavy” or “being chubby” was not a good thing.

I wonder who implanted that idea in my head? Because as a child you learn those things from adults.

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I went on diets constantly. I started dieting when I was 15 years old but never got into fitness until I became a plus size fashion model for the Wilhelmina Modeling Agency in New York City.

Kind of ironic…

I hired a number of trainers trying to find the best fit for me…20 actually.

There was a lot of feeling shame about my weight. And they seemed to want to practically beat it out of me.

The whole process seemed abusive. There is no joy involved if you have a personal trainer who thinks that being a big girl is just bad, bad, bad. Even if they don’t say anything about it the body language actually say it all.

But I did finally found my groove and found a handful of professional and compassionate trainers along my journey.

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I finally associate exercise with feeling good and freedom!

I understood the important of exercise and I embrace the whole process, not just the end reward.

Weight lifting and resistance training was vital for a woman. To be able to feel strong in her body and to melt the fat and create firm curves that she so much desired.

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So when I took the plunge into getting certfied and a personal trainer New York City I discovered there was a lot of biasness and prejudice in the fitness industry.

Most of the trainers thought I was going to quit after a few weeks of being hired. I didn’t quit because I was really passionate about what I was doing.

I really wanted to become a personal trainer New York City and make a difference in women’s lives through fitness.

So I was persistent and studied hard and asked questions about training and fitness whenever I had the opportunity.

I became one of the top 10 trainers out of 3000 in the company after being there for just a few months.

I felt that was such a huge victory for me since I was a plus size women in an industry where I was a minority.

Remember, most fitness trainers at the time were men. I was one of two women in a group of over 40 men.

My fees are the norm in a competitive industry. I charge $150 – $80/hour depending on the package a client chooses and she may see me 2 – 4 times a week.

I definitely have a very unique perspective by being plus size and being certified for over 14 years in a very competitive part of the country, NYC.

So I am so excited to be able to support you the best I can with my knowledge base and unique perspective.

So remember…Please Do Not Quit!

You have an opportunity in front of you to create great health and fitness for yourself. In 30 days from now you’re going to be so proud of yourself for choosing this path.

Until Tomorrow, Stay Strong and Stunning!


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How Did You Do Today? Please Share With The Curvy Goddess Community Any Triumphs, Discoveries, Or Challenges…


30 responses to “Personal Trainer New York City – Day 2”

  1. Jeannie says:

    Day 2 and I’m ready! Yesterday was pretty good…not perfect but I’m a work in progress. Today I’m starting out good, getting my breakfast in and glasses of water started. Took a New Year’s Day walk yesterday with my grandson and I’ll be walking on my lunch hour today.
    Keep it positive everyone!

  2. Dana says:

    Started the day off with fruit and maple oatmeal and a yogurt parfait and water.

  3. Josie says:

    Good morning, I have started my day once again with coffee and my breakfast blueberry biscuits.

  4. Rachel Hurd says:

    Day #2 is actually my Day #1, as we already had family plans for the New Year and I wanted to be a part of them and not limit myself. The new year for me includes giving up liquor and drinking a little wine instead. I bought a 32 ounce cup for water and try to get 1 in before lunch and 1 in after. Today I on a decent note in my opinion. Chicken and wheat wrap for breakfast, coffee (stevia), fresh fruit cup for a snack and I bought some nuts to snack on throughout the day. Thinking about a side salad and a sweet potato for lunch….. Work out to come after work.

  5. Monerica says:

    Day 2! Started off my day with coffee and a pumpkin spice muffin. Looking forward to working out today. I even recruited my sister to join me in my weight loss journey.

    Today’s Goals::
    1. Drinking 8 glasses of water
    2. Exercise for 15 minutes
    3. No eating/snacking after 7pm
    4. Meditate prior to going to sleep.

    Hope everyone has a great day!

  6. Meketa Clark says:

    Its been ruff so far! I do plan on making the best of the rest of my day tho

  7. cora AnuLeaseonlife Slaughter says:

    today I found that I fell a little bit short.I have only had 4 glasses of water nothing green and I had a Nature Valley peanut butter oatmeal bar. for lunch I had one cup of chili. I will have a small salad after I do my 45 minutes of walking on the treadmill and a smoothie. I found that I have a hard time packing sufficient food for work a lot of the times I will fix it or leave it or take it and then don’t want it so I have to find a balance between work and home.any snack ideas for work

  8. Dawn McClarin says:

    started this morning off with 2 20 oz bottles and I am looking for a really cute cup so I can tackle the rest at all times. I did do Zumba and as of right now no carbs after four.

  9. Jess says:

    It’s been a rough couple of days…haven’t been getting in as much water as I want to but I’m not giving up!

  10. Kayla Rose says:

    Today was a rough day I was on the road for 8 hours with my family, so I had bad road food and snacks. I was also not able to workout, but I am not discouraged!! Starting off a little rough but I know things will get better!!

  11. Nicole M. says:

    Today was ok. I am still drinking my water but I did get in my leafy greens!
    – NM

  12. Tamara says:

    Today was good i followed all steps and it just flowed i did drink some yogi tea threw out the day in i think that helped but its definitely mindset because lord knows im at rock bottom so i can only improve

  13. Carolyn Greene says:

    I have the dreaded flu so all I can do right know is increase my fluids and drinks lots of water. So for the next week or so instead of going sugar and fast food free, I will be doing excess fluids and getting my health back up to par. Keep the faith!

  14. Brandi says:

    Today was ok for me. I had a banana and chocolate protein shake for breakfast. I ate pasta for lunch and meatloaf and asparagus for dinner. I meditated this morning and made sure I stayed loading trucks at work all day for my exercise.

  15. shawana Mitchell says:

    I did ok today I guess. But I’m still trying. It’s hard for me.

  16. Monerica says:

    Finishing out day 2 with a sense of accomplishment. I drank 8 glasses of water, meditated with a friend && did 15 minutes of cardio. I planned on having dinner prior to 7pm , but traffic on the 91 sucked! I’m just getting in and about to start cooking;; tomorrow will be a better day ! Goodnight everyone!

  17. Faith Worrell Caceres says:

    Day 2…. Drank a gallon of water but didn’t finish eating till after 7:30 due to a sore throat making it hard to swallow

  18. Kamesha says:

    I met my goals. In fact I consumed 2 extra glasses of water.:)

  19. Alnita miller says:

    Didn’t do horrible but didn’t do great. Had 30 oz of water, nothing processed (chicken noodle soup, sharp cheddar cheese 1oz, veggie egg roll) exercise–only a few flights of stairs (still settling my asthma down from being sick)

  20. Tiffany says:

    Still working on my water intake. Should be right at eight glasses within the hour. Unfortunately, I ate after 7 today. I just let the day slip by me. I did eat two green leafy veggies today, so I got that part done. I was able to get about 15 minutes to mysle FB to meditate aND pray. No dancing today.

  21. Lisa Jones says:

    Yesterday was better than today. Hopeverything will be better tomorrow.

  22. Tami says:

    Day 2:Didn’t do the best. Didn’t get all my water in and ate past 7. Must be more determined!

  23. Sakinah says:

    Day 2 was not great. Fighting a cold so I’m not feeling great. Didn’t meet my goals but tomorrow is another day!

  24. Jowannis says:

    Wasn’t feeling good yesterday day. I’m back on it no bread and more water.

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