When I first started college, I was a Biomedical Sciences major. For the majority of my life I wanted to be a Pediatric Cardiologist
I spent the first two years of my degree taking advanced chemistry, biology, anatomy, kinesiology- basically every science class I could. 🤓 I love learning and loved the content, but I no longer wanted to be in medicine
Changing my career path was one of the toughest decisions of my life. What was I going to do?? I knew I wanted to be a doctor since I was 7 years old; how would I help people? 🤔
This is why I'm a Coach. This is why I became a trainer. This is why I do this outside of my full time, 60+ hour a week desk job. Because I love helping people be the best versions of themselves Heart disease, diabetes, cholesterol and blood pressure issues, obesity- all these health issues run in my family.
I refuse to be another statistic, and my goal as a coach is to do the same for you. What steps are you taking in your daily life to change your genetics and future?