February, 2016 Beryl & Neal

Our members of the month for February were chosen because of their consistency to exercise. Both Neal and Beryl exercise at least 3 days per week and push themselves to gain strength just by showing up, and not to mention working hard during their sessions! Both Neal and Beryl are long time clients of Bret's and have continued to show the determination of bettering themselves each and every day through their work outs and active lifestyles. It's with great pleasure that we'd like you all to get to know Neal & Beryl a little bit more. 

Meet Beryl!

How long have you been strength training at CFP? 3 years

What is your proudest accomplishment so far? I am in better physical condition.

What are your current goal(s) you'd like to achieve in the next 3 months? Better balance and improved strength.

What is one goal you'd like to achieve over the next year? Balance!

What is your favorite cheat food, drink? Cookies.

Most "love it or hate it" exercise? Ball Throwing (at the trampoline)

How many days per week do you strength train at CFP? What do you do for exercise outside of CFP, # times per week? 3 days, with yoga and walking in between days.

Which habits (pick 1 or 2) do you most attribute your continued success to? Consistency.

Favorite ability you’ve gained from your training? Stronger and more confidence.

Neal and Beryl have been with Bret since 2011, long before CFP existed. Beryl even adopted Bret and became his Oregon grandma!

Neal and Beryl have been with Bret since 2011, long before CFP existed. Beryl even adopted Bret and became his Oregon grandma!

 

Meet Neal!

How long have you been strength training at CFP? I began shortly after CFP began operating.

What is your proudest accomplishment so far? Improvements in balance, mobility, and flexibility.

What are your current goal(s) you'd like to achieve in the next 3 months? Resolve issues related to back problems.  Stabilize hips and shoulders.  Get back into some more aerobic activity.

What is one goal you'd like to achieve over the next year? Probably dealing with the back issue.

What is your favorite cheat food, drink? "Extra Toasty" Cheezits!  Crackers will be my downfall.

Most "love it or hate it" exercise? Push ups....or Knee Tucks.....the list goes on!

How many days per week do you strength train at CFP? What do you do for exercise outside of CFP, # times per week? 3 days a week.  Outside of CFP,  primarily walking and corrective exercises.

Which habits (pick 1 or 2) do you most attribute your continued success to? I capitalize on tending to be a creature of habit.  I give priority to the workout sessions and attend very regularly.

Favorite ability you’ve gained from your training? Being able to squat down to read the product labels on the lower shelves!