I lost 130 pounds and now advise others how to improve their daily lives.
Shane Perkins Coshocton, OH Tony Little, America?' Personal Trainer Dear Mr. Little: I had been overweight pretty much all of my life. Over the past two years I have lost over 130 pounds and have been successfully able to maintain my current weight for over six months. I have completely changed my life around, making fitness the number one goal in my lifestyle. Over the past couple of months, I have taken up serious bodybuilding. I am making good gains in very little time. My friends at work and home all come to me for advice on what to do to improve their lives and fitness in the manner that I have. I happily supply (I feel very knowledgeable information on the subject because of my own experiences and because I read anything and everything I can get my hands on pertaining to fitness). What all this leads up to, and my question to, and my question to you are; what are the best ways to go about making a career in the fitness field? Like I have said above, ?fitness is the number one goal in my life and I don’t feel that the direction my current job is taking me is beneficial to my long term aspirations. I want to be involved closely with fitness whether it is through becoming a dietician or better yet a personal trainer, like you. I am unsure of the best means and methods in which to go about pursuing these fields. There are countless articles on how to get fit, but little to none telling how to make a career out of fitness. I have the drive, determination and confidence to achieve all my goals (I know this because of my ability to lose the weight that I had held all my life). I think this letter is a first step in gaining the information I need to succeed. Please help me, so that I may help others to attain their goals in life. Thank you for your time, Shane