Our Reluctant Client

Eric and I have been working with a client who came to us from her concerned daughter and have been working with her for over a year now.  She is in her mid sixties and has never worked out very much at all her whole life, but has been busy with her teaching/research career and raising a family.  Her daughter being concerned with her mother’s health contacted us after researching places that might be a good fit for her to work out. In a lengthy discussion it was evident that her mother hated exercise and was in no way motivated to start.

After several weeks, the mother agreed to give it a try and brought her husband along with her.  Needless to say she has been coming with her husband two times a week working with Eric and seeing many physical and emotional improvements along the way, although she is very reluctant to admit to any positive changes that have occurred. She makes it very clear that she still doesn’t like to exercise (which is probably true for most of us) but she has latched on to some kind of physical/emotional anchor point important enough to continue her two times a week program with Eric.

She and her husband have been wonderful to work with and we are honored to have them as part of our Age Performance family.

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