Are you tired and frustrated with fighting an uphill battle to lose weight and get healthy?

Have you joined a gym, more than once,

and continually lack results?

You are not alone!

Gym enviroments can often:

  • Be crowded
  • Make you feel confused on how to work with the equipment
  • Give you a feeling of isolation - no one knows about you, your goals, or your ability on an exercise program

Clients of Solution Fitness:

  • Get Results
  • Lose Weight
  • Drop Sizes
  • Feel energized
  • Enjoy a return on their investment


Our staff is comprised of extremely qualified and experienced fitness coaches.

Our clients begin with a comprehensive fitness evaluation to ascertain current fitness level and mindset. Our next step is to establish a customized program to help you accomplish your goals. We offer a unique approach to exercise where we first teach you how to move the right way, then challenge you in a strategic manner. When you train at Solution Fitness, you will enjoy individualized attention in our small group setting. Training with like-minded people who are focused on similar health and fitness goals is an environment that will motivate you to stay on track and keep you accountable.

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90% Compliance Leads to Results

By On June 29, 2016    UNCATEGORIZED


One of my online groups is wrapping up a 6-week challenge.  They just completed week 5 and the results have been pouring in today:


Mark lost 29lbs so far!

Don 19lbs!

Debbie is down 14lbs and “thrilled”!

Jen is down 12lbs and is “noticing definition”!

Nicole is down 10lbs!


These are just some of the highlights, there are many others.  The reason for their great, short term success wasn’t because of a crazy juice cleanse.  It wasn’t because of eating nothing but rabbit food.  It definitely wasn’t from hours of exercise a day.


The reason for the results are simple…consistency.  Did some people struggle along the way…yes!  But the message was always the same, just be consistent.


The consistent focus on the program has been 5 small meals per day (35 meals per week).  The goal was to have 32 meals that stuck to the nutrition plan.  That is 90% compliance.  That allowed them to have 3 cheat meals per week, or 18 cheat meals during the 6-week program.  That is not very hard to do.


You can do this yourself starting today.  Lay out a meal plan for next week.  Pick healthy items, you already know what they are.  Commit to eating 5 meals per day and target 32 / 35 being on plan each week.  You will be shocked how quickly you could lose 5lbs – 10lbs without exercise.


Don’t let your past attempts at weight loss set you back.  You just need to be consistent for a period of time and you will see results.



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I Don’t Like Being In Pictures

By On June 8, 2016    UNCATEGORIZED


This is the exact sentence that has been uttered to me by female clients about 4 times this week alone.  In fact, I hear this far too often.


My wife LOVES to take pictures!  I mean REALLY LOVES it!  She wants to capture every event we take part of as a family.  For example, during our recent trip to Disney, she wanted to get a picture of the kids in every country at Epcot.  My kids lost interest after the second picture.


Me and my kids get tired of the sheer volume of pictures.  What my clients are doing is not the same.  They are hiding from themselves.  They do not want to see themselves in a picture.  They do not want anyone else to see them either.


I’ve heard words like “ashamed”, “embarrassed”, “sad”, “angry”, “frustrated” …the list goes on.  They are so “ashamed” of their self-image they rather not be included in the memories of life experiences with loved ones.  Think about that for a second.


They had a decision to make.  Each of every one of these individuals is now taking action.  They are changing from within.  The first thing I worked on with them is having more self-confidence.  They now accept their past as a learning experience and are ready for change.  And they are changing inside and out.


I will never enjoy the amount of pictures my wife wants to take.  But I want to part of the memories with my family.  My clients were not proud of themselves, but now they are ready to change.  They have made their health a priority over everything else.  Now they are ready.


For you to be ready, you need to take action.  Here is a small step forward.


Below is a link to a my FREE 5-minute exercise video to help you achieve a firmer rear end.  Start there!


See Your Goals

By On June 8, 2016    UNCATEGORIZED


I work on mindset consistently with my clients.  This is the number one strategy that has skyrocketed the results they are getting.  Everything revolves around their goals.  We create a story for them to see themselves as a success in the short (weeks) and long (months / years) term.


An example of this is…


”See yourself 6 months from now.”

“How do you feel?”

“How do you look?”

“What are your family members and friends saying about you?”


I encourage them to get as detailed as possible.  What are the feelings they are experiencing?  What clothes are they wearing?”  What size?  What color?  You get the picture.


This provides a tremendous sense of clarity for them.  They have a clear vision of their end result.  We re-visit this during the journey.  The truth is, there is going to be adversity.  The daily “grind” associated with a transformation of mind and body is not easy.  Having a clear vision of where you want to be is helpful.


Try this exercise.  Take out a pen and paper.  Write down a 6-week goal.  Keep it short.  It’s easier to commit to a shorter term initially.  Think of yourself as that person.  You can do this!  You will be successful.  Once you can see it, you will believe it.  You are on the doorstep of success.


Now start on your journey.  You can see the result.


PS: Below is a link to my FREE REPORT “5 Mindset Hacks for Weight Loss Success.”  This will help you get started.


Time is Not On My Side

By On June 6, 2016    UNCATEGORIZED


The men on my father’s side of the family have a history of dying young (in their early 60s).  As a 41 year-old man, I often think that maybe I only have 20 or so years left to live.  I know that is morbid, but it is the truth.  It is very possible that this “dying young” thing is in my genes.  That scares the hell out of me!  I have plans to retire at a respectable age, enjoy getting old with my wife, and being a part of my grandchildren’s lives (My kids are 8, so I don’t expect to do this anytime soon!).


The “getting old” and “grandchildren” are my motivation.  They are my “Why”.  It helps me live a healthy life by eating right (most of the time) and exercising regularly.  You may be surprised to hear this, but I don’t like exercising all that much.  I view it as a necessity…A means to an end.  My motivation keeps me going!


During an initial call with a prospective client, I always want to know what brought them to me.  It is important for both parties that we are a good fit for each other.


The responses usually start off fairly basic:


“I want to lose weight.”

“I need to be stronger”

“I want to get off medication”

“I want to get rid of my stomach”

“I want my body to be firm”


Please don’t misunderstand me, these are important answers.  But, it is not “Why”.


The first step in getting results on your journey is knowing you need to make a change.  After that, you need to identify your motivation.  The motivation is the “Why.”  Unfortunately, the motivation most people offer initially is not enough.  It is too general and superficial.  So we have to look deeper.


Motivation has to drive you!  It has to give you the inner strength to stay committed on your path, especially when adversity gets in the way (and it will).

Your “Why” has to be powerful to you!  Because on the other side of motivation are excuses.  I recommend to my clients that they look at this with a “black” or “white” strategy.  Black is “Motivation”, White are the “Excuses” not letting you achieve your goal.  There is no “Gray Area.”


Excuses are easy to come up with:

  • “I’m tired and don’t feel like exercising today”

  • “I have a headache”

  • “Food is comfort for me”

  • “I don’t like to cook”

  • “Wine relaxes me”

  • “I don’t feel comfortable trying something new”

  • “I’m too busy”

  • “Now is not the best time for me”


These are obviously examples, but you could and should come up with your own.   Your motivation needs to be powerful enough that it dwarfs the excuses and drives you forward.


Try this exercises:

Take out a piece of paper.


On the top line, write down a health / fitness goal.

Create 2 columns:

On the left side, write “Motivation”

On the right side, write “Excuses”


Now make a list of your motivation to reach your goal.  Then write down some of the “excuses” that you have to not reach your goal.


The motivation should make the excuses insignificant.  If they didn’t, you did not go deep enough.  Keep trying.


If you are serious about making a healthy change to your lifestyle, you need to find the motivation that drives you.  Once you have it, you cannot lose your way.


Below is a link to my FREE REPORT “5 Mindset Hacks for Weight Loss Success.”  This will help you get started.


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