February 24, 2021
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The process of improvement is one that requires ongoing assessment and growth. We have learned a great deal over the past 3 years at Adaptive and through our interaction with clients (results and feedback).  It is important that we temporarily freeze accepting new clients to allow the time necessary to adapt to ensure future viability and to provide the best client experience possible.  I am excited for the future and have a “roadmap” designed for changes to implement.  It should come as no surprise to those whom know me that I am not going into this rebuild / transformation of the company without a plan.

Thanks for your support!

Stay tuned…

 


December 23, 2020
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This is a post specifically for women about the unfortunate fleecing occurring daily on social media that drives them pay for ridiculous workouts, diets, and other irrelevant gimmicks in hopes of losing weight and getting toned. I have never been a fan of this terminology due to it being misleading in nature. I am fully convinced that a large percentage of women whom use that term do so arbitrarily without truly understanding what it means.


December 2, 2020
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Warning – This post contains explicit content

I cannot stress enough that change is difficult. Fat loss, muscle gain, and improved performance take a great deal of both physical and mental effort. True transformation comes through acceptance of discomfort while continuing to proceed forward. It goes far beyond just desiring or wanting to change. The ideology that if you believe hard enough, the change you desire will occur, is a lie.


November 25, 2020
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The holidays can be an overwhelming and intimidating time for those on a diet and trying to keep from derailing progress made. There is a plethora of calorie dense foods around, an excess of sugary sweets, and carb bombs as far as the eye can see.

So how do we enjoy the holidays and keep on track? Or, how do we “eat our cake and have it too?”