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Keely believes that a healthy lifestyle consists of exercise and a healthy diet. According to Keely, “What you do in the gym is 50%. What you do outside of the gym and what you’re putting in your body outside of the gym is the other 50%.”
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Keely, an LA Fitness member, reaches for the stars and doesn’t give up. As she entered into her fitness journey, she gained confidence and strength. Now, she continues to raise the bar and work hard towards new personal records.
With guidance from her trainer Jay, Keely recently reached a new personal best on the leg press machine.
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DISCLAIMER: Results will vary. The results reflected in this story are exceptional, and do not apply to the average person, and are not representative of or a guarantee that you or anyone else will achieve the same or similar results. Do not attempt to change your diet, fitness routine, or any other activity related to your health without first obtaining the advice of a medical professional. Do not attempt without proper training and supervision. Any exercise method, especially without proper training, involves a risk of injury.
“With fitness and health, when you take that first step, you attract the right people into your life. Your environment changes around you and you can reach your goal” explains Keely Field, a LA Fitness member.
In January 2015, Keely found herself at her heaviest weight, which caused her pain. She would often ignore the pain, but knew it wouldn’t go away. After countless medical appointments, Keely’s doctor explained that she was on the path to Type 2 Diabetes and needed to do something about it. Keely realized she no longer could ignore the pain in her body and needed to be proactive about her doctor’s concerns about her health. Keely knew it was time for something to change.
Shortly after meeting with her doctor, Keely joined the LA Fitness Pro Results® Personal Training Program and started training with Jay Padilla, a Pro Results® trainer. Jay knew exactly how Keely felt. He shared his own weight loss journey, which reassured Keely and let her know that she was in good hands. Keely started to train with Jay on a regular basis and complete a variety of workouts. Each time Keely entered the gym, she knew no two training sessions were ever going to be the same.
Jay’s encouragement and Keely’s dedication to her diverse workouts keep her moving forward. She continues to set goals and reach them every few months. Over time, these goals increase and Keely continues to enjoy successes with Jay. In fact, Keely recently surpassed her goal of losing 50lbs and has lost over 65lbs as of July 1, 2016!
As Keely reflects on her weight loss success, she shares that “you lose people, you lose things, you can lose moments, you can lose friends, you can lose partners, but what you never ever lose is an achievement.” Keely knows no one is going to do it for her. She continues to stay focused on her fitness and work out with Jay. She took her first step into her fitness journey and knows there is no turning back.
DISCLAIMER: Results will vary. Keely’s story reflects an exceptional result, which does not apply to the average person, and is not representative of or a guarantee that you or anyone else will achieve the same or similar results. Do not attempt to change your diet, fitness routine, or any other activity related to your health without first obtaining the advice of a medical professional.
After being bound to a wheelchair for 22 years, Joel is taking his first steps to get out of it.
On March 12, 2013 Kira Martin went into labor with her fifth child; she had a boy, Lucas. After his birth, however, she experienced severe complications and almost died. In “Portrait of a Mother,” Kira recounts the terrifying 10 hours that followed and explains how fitness may have saved her life. This is her story. This is her second chance.