“I actually came because my friend persuaded me to try it out but starting isn’t the same as staying ? . I found a workout that seemed to hit every single muscle in my body (considering I couldn’t walk right for a week after that first day) and I didn’t have to spend hours in the gym. Also, being held accountable for showing up helps keep you going.
For as long as I’ve been with PFP I have watched the business grow and have seen many people have amazing results. I’ve seen new people join who seem to be a little reluctant to try for that heavier weight or go for level 3, transform into workout beasts. It’s nice to see that confidence and motivation being built into people. I wouldn’t have brought the majority of my family if I thought any different.
I enjoy the members! The coaches are great too but the people we workout with make it fun. There are so many people that I’ve met through Pursuit that I now consider friends. Of course a little “friendly” competition is also quite enjoyable (guys never liked to be out-lifted by a girl… aka…me)
I didn’t really have any goals when I started, or really not any until a few months ago. I continued to workout because I could tell the changes in my body were positive. The strength I gained alone was enough to keep me going (except now instead of being the go to person for getting things off of high shelves, I am also the go to person for moving heavy crap…yeah me) But I would say, right now I set my sights on losing weight and dropped about 15lbs in the past 2 months. Rub it in all you want, but I’ve finally embraced the high protein low carb diet that PFP coaches their members to live out…and the results are amazing! I have always dedicated myself to the workouts and given 100% in the gym but as soon as I incorporated the rest of what PFP teaches, my body has totally transformed! (actually I’m a little p*$$ed considering the cute dress I just got now hangs on me like a tent, know any good tailors?)”