In my early twenties I went through some major health problems that radically shaped the way I lived.
I had always been extremely healthy and fit without trying very hard, until I was struck down by an autoimmune disorder that left me effectively bedridden.
From then on, my health and wellness had to be the focus of my attention every single day or else I would slowly slip back into an unwell physical condition. As such, I realized that I needed to invest in some fitness options, rather than counting on my body to work itself out. I’ll never forget the first time that I went to my local gym and inquired about a membership. I was absolutely terrified walking in. There were large men huffing and puffing everywhere while eyeballing me, and I never really felt comfortable being around all of those weightlifters who were grunting in the windows. I absolutely hated the experience of going to the sauna, where I was continually ogled by other gym members. Somehow, the ladies locker room was no better. I felt like everybody who attended this gym was more invested in staring at the other patrons than the workout they were engaged in. Health and fitness didn’t truly seem to be the priority. That’s why I decided to start my own gym which is exclusively for ladies. We focus on full body fitness and wellness, and we don’t allow any of the creeps off the street to ruin our sacred time at the gym. Apparently I’m not the only one who noticed this fitness facade. So far, my gym is gaining massive popularity and I can’t even keep up with the number of membership requests I receive each day.