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How to Handle Life When Your Mom, Brother, and Sister-in-Law Unexpectedly Die

By | Health, Lifestyle, Mindset, Strength, Uncategorized

Tessa_3Today’s story is tragic in one sense, and inspiring in another.  I want to introduce you to Tessa.  Tessa is now one of my best friends, and also the manager of the Transformation Center, and far more wise and mature than most 22 year olds. This past year has been a rough one for Tessa, but her attitude has not only inspired me, but the hundreds of clients at the Transformation Center and beyond.
 
You are about to watch an emotional video that was filmed about 10 months ago, only weeks after her brother and sister-in-law were killed in a car accident.  A couple months after this video, her mom passed away after an incredible fight with cancer. ->-> Click here to watch video <-<-
 
In this video you will discover some incredible tips to help overcome the tragedies that life will throw at us. I have seen family tragedy destroy a person for long periods of time, causing them to not take care of themselves and begin a sad and awful spiral. We all handle challenges differently, but remembering to take care of yourself throughout the process is so important and will help you cope.
 
I am very proud of Tessa.  Since this video, she started working at the TC, and works out 2-3 times per week with us.  She has become an elite national stair climber, and has hired a Tri coach to compete in a half Ironman this summer.
 
If you liked this video interview, this is part of our Fit Moms for Life online program.  There is an initial 6-week program and then a 52 week program that follows. Each month you receive new workouts, eating plans, and videos just like this one, to help you get and stay in the right mindset. ->-> Click here to learn more <-<-
 
If you live in Madison and have gone through some personal challenges/tragedies, I want to let you know that NOW is the best time to start investing in yourself and getting back on track. Chances are you have taken the focus off yourself and put it on the situation or your family, but you need to get back to YOU.  Exercise is the greatest drug to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. Take your dose today!