|Rare Hawaiian Monk Seal near my home.|
Cost Comparison;- Definitely for the average business person and to share;
I found Unbeatable Mind is a bargain near $1200 upfront by 1st Q of the program in $349.00 installments and is geared towards building up overall fitness and injury or
No extra injuries, yet lonely and peaceable, while flexible and a break from the divas. Just a really straightforward class to go with my internet phone plan or USB on a tablet. Not only is it easy to take along to do by the beach park as fun training, but it is also scalable. There's even a nice nutrition guide for those too embarrassed to go to a nutritionist to do on their own. However, I'm vegan and the nutrition portion "lightened up" my routine too much, and I learned a couple things to adjust my Keto-Vegan supplement stacking to feel better. Even though I kept a gym membership while I did the course, The gym was mostly for machine cardio to use the helix, sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, and showering.
This was me in between regular training.
|Downtime after the Private Trainer|
Still fairly fit and going to the gym and after the Vegan-Keto switch I made with my own nutritionist due to Toxic Mold. However, I could only do cardio for 20-30 min max as a workout and I'd drop in an occasional hot yoga class.
The other personal trainer with a small class size;
|Me in my mid 30's , on the far left. |
I'm definitely not Navy Seal sized.
The other issue I wasn't ready to cope with, was kicking down non-vegan pizza (being offered a piece of crust to share), other food, and gas money for the guys, aside from other martial arts related items, etc. Basically, it became life in between sleeping and hitting the club to make much-needed cash. Nothing was left. It was life. I spent up to 50hrs a week at the dojo or training and supported everyone as the lowly petite civilian female peaceful piano instructor who really wasn't welcomed in there despite instructor interventions. It didn't prevent the guys from lashing out at me either. And, real EXTRA fees of recovering from injury, chiropractic adjustments, trips to other dojos and ingredients for secret djao recipes from full-on hits and just sheer overuse came into play. So, luckily, this trainer was also skilled with several healing modalities as a professional sports trainer and international paramedic. When I initially totaled the receipts - food expenses alone came to about $3000 for them in 2-3 months. All other supported acts of kindness were in $20-$80 out of the blue increments. So, it does become a lifestyle and an expensive one. Just keep in mind, I brought my own gi, my dingy white belt, and a duffel bag to Oahu. I got regular training and some self-confidence building of showing up even if I was dragged out of bed or my tired body was dumped at the room I rented, Total: 1 yellow belt, 1 orange belt after 7 months. My Krav 1 diploma came a year or later. Little kids in dojos across the world will laugh at me for my 2 belts forever. I get the difference. They say this stuff should help me somewhere along the way. Yet, I'm missing something a bit less uncertain in training.