From No Accountability to Consistently Exercising
Lori Zalewski, 55, looked to gain strength and maintain her activity levels.
Her father-in-law recently passed away and she observed first-hand some of the challenges he went through.
“He was overweight and weak and it took many nurses to move him from the bed to a chair. I don't want that to happen to me.”
But Lori faced struggles of her own- staying consistent and accountable.
“I have tons of hand weights at home, but I just won't do it by myself.”
Lori’s sister was working with a personal trainer doing slow-motion weight training and recommended Lori give it a try too
Since her sister’s trainer was too far away, Lori did her research and found a personal training studio near her in Park Ridge, IL.
Now, she exercises with her own personal trainer at The Perfect Workout.
After staying consistent with her workouts and gaining strength all over, Lori:
- Can move all of her camping equipment by herself
- Can carry a full water bucket to the utility sink without spilling it
- Can do heavy house cleaning for days on end and not feel sore.
“The Perfect Workout is worth trying if you are leery about lifting weights. You can get a good workout in without breaking a sweat in 20 minutes.”
As for how Lori feels now…
“I am stronger and feel more confident.”
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