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I consider this my biggest success. Not the weight loss. But the fact that I am now pursuing my personal trainer certifications with a specialty in obesity. I want to specifically work with bariatric patients who may struggle to exercise, and may rely on the surgery to just help with diet when it should be a comprehensive lifestyle change. I am so excited that I may someday make a difference to even just one person. One person that I was just not even a year ago. This surgery has changed not only my weight, but my mentality and my life. I want to pay it forward. Screenshot_20190723-193320_Outlook.jpeg

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I consider this my biggest success. Not the weight loss. But the fact that I am now pursuing my personal trainer certifications with a specialty in obesity. I want to specifically work with bariatric patients who may struggle to exercise, and may rely on the surgery to just help with diet when it should be a comprehensive lifestyle change. I am so excited that I may someday make a difference to even just one person. One person that I was just not even a year ago. This surgery has changed not only my weight, but my mentality and my life. I want to pay it forward. Screenshot_20190723-193320_Outlook.thumb.jpeg.68dbba21ed9d7729ec9632973a68951b.jpeg
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Fantastic! My personal trainer, a Mom of 3, was 240 pounds after he third. She worked very hard to get it off and she is an inspiration to me. I am sure you will be for your clients as well!

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That's fantastic! Way to go! I'm sure with your training and experience you will impact people's lives!

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