Whenever Elizabeth Chadwell walks into the gym her smile and positivity are contagious; you can’t interact with her without immediately feeling a little bit better about your day. She has been a client at Force for about six years now and her transformation from the first day she stepped into the gym just wanting to shed a few pounds post pregnancy, until now, has been nothing short of remarkable.
“I think you’ve seen Elizabeth embrace deeper fitness goals,” Wil Fleming says. “She’s embracing what being strong means to her, and the different challenges that you can accept physically whether that’s rucking, weightlifting, or powerlifting.”
Typically when people first come to Force they have surface level goals, which are fine, like “I just want to lose 10 pounds,” or “I want to tone up for a wedding,” Wil mentioned. It’s a cool process to watch someone’s goals shift from those to the physical aspect of fitness and embracing strength.
“I never really knew what it meant to get stronger,” Elizabeth says. “When I began Olympic lifting I got a little more of an idea, and then when I started powerlifting and pushing myself a little harder I really began to understand what being strong meant.”
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