As a former marathon runner and workout enthusiast I was constantly in training. After being diagnosed with cancer in late 2011, I was not able to workout or run for quite sometime. Although I continued walking, it was not enough to keep my body in shape and I had lost my muscle tone and had also put on weight. I slowly returned to my regimen in a much milder form. I couldn’t find anything that really worked for me. I tried a few times to start running, but my body retaliated. My oncologist recommended that I incorporate strength training into my regimen. I had always been a cardio junkie.
I met Cindy Geer in the summer of 2013 and by September she was training me twice a week. We have been working together ever since. I really look forward to my Tuesdays and Thursdays with Cindy. In the past I’ve become tired of workouts. I can honestly say with Cindy, I have never been bored. I don’t think I’ve ever repeated a workout. She is also a great listener. We have worked through issues with my hip and knees and still continued to make progress in spite of this. She simply modifies my workouts at a moments notice. Cindy also understands that we all have issues. She herself is in middle age and does not ever expect her clients to do something that would put them at risk. Cindy is a great role model! She squeezes in her workouts by rising at a ridiculously early hour every morning. Just hearing her talk about her workouts motivates me to want to do more. After 50+ workouts, I feel amazing. I’ve lost weight (in places I needed to) and I am toned like I’ve never been before. I am also doing a little running which she has added into my workouts.
Most importantly, Cindy is a good person and it’s her life’s passion to help transform people and make them better.
Thank you Cindy for all you’ve done (and continue to do) for me.