Who’s In Your Crew?

Last summer, we had one of the top fitness professionals in the business, Ali Weingroff, talk with our members about the importance of what you do OUTSIDE THE GYM.  In the presentation, Ali discusses that you can’t out train a bad diet.  She also stressed the importance of recovery.

Put it simple, if you’re recovery, nutrition, and lifestyle is off, you better expect subpar results.

At First Capital Gym, we often talk about lifestyle and how it can affect your goals.  When we talk about lifestyle, we mention the term “ass anchors”.  Ass anchors are people that bring you down. Unfortunately, these ass anchors could be some of your closest people or what I like to call, your crew. 

Do you have a crew that constantly:

  • Goes to the bars
  • Eat take out food
  • Smoke
  • Do drugs
  • Don’t workout or exercise

If that’s the case, maybe you need a new crew.  I’ve heard many time that you are the sum of the 5 people you hang out with the most.  If you’re struggling with negativity, bad mindset, making excuses, or not keeping on track with your workouts, maybe it’s you or maybe, it’s the people you associate with.

Do yourself a favor.  Take a good look at your crew and ask yourself if that’s what you want to be like.

Are you someone who hasn’t worked out in a long time and wants to get back into shape?

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Amber Zuver

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Amber seeks to empower women and young girls in strength and to inspire them to not be afraid to step into the gym. Amber finds great joy in helping clients move, perform, look, and feel better! She believes that your training at the gym should transfer over into making your everyday life better as a whole, both physically and mentally.