Adversity. Injury. Positivity.

This week has been a very trying week; I tore my quadricep tendon from my knee cap. While my career and my life revolves around activity, fitness, and strength, I am obviously human and face setbacks like many of my clients.

I work with people in all stages of physical fitness and health struggles, so now it’s time for my to lead by example. Like I tell my clients, I will not allow adversity or injury to take away my positive outlook. I am committed to “showing up” and moving forward. Looks like it’s my turn to take some baby steps.

Thank you for your messages and prayers. I am truly blessed to have the love and support of my clients, friends, and family.

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Coach Rob J

Integrated Fitness Training and Nutritional Coaching. As fitness pro and coach, my mission is to meet each of my clients at their respective stage in the journey and then guide them to a fit and healthier future. This is a Fitness Experience that will change your life! Rob Johnson 559-213-7519 rob@coachrobj.co www.facebook.com/coachroblj

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