Oh hey guys! Remember me? I’m back and I figured I owe you a bit of an explanation of where I have been and why I was gone. Maybe you care, maybe you don’t. Either way, here’s a bit of a life update so we’re all on the same page. I have some amazing things to share with you so let’s get into it.
Where was I? Well a lot has happened in the past 2 and a half months. Without boring you of the details of my day to day life, I’ll share the two most life-altering of those events. I created a workout and nutrition plan and I had knee surgery.
The majority of my time (and when I say majority, I mean I literally had NO LIFE) has been spent creating this program. Olivia and I came up with an idea a little less than a year ago. We wanted to create a workout and nutrition guide that specifically addressed the barriers that prevent young people from working out. Time, space, and affordability. And that’s exactly what we did.
PreGame Fit is the product of hours upon hours of blood, sweat, and tears. Okay, there was no blood, but there definitely was sweat (because we tested the workouts literally every single day for months) and tears (because tears are 100% involved when starting a business). The final product will be ready for sale within the next month. To sum it up it includes a 12-week workout program (that requires no gym membership or expensive equipment), a “no-diet” nutrition guide (that explains what to order at different types of restaurants/in a dining hall), and a dorm-room recipe book.
I’m going to share more about it in the upcoming weeks because I am so excited for everyone to see the finished product.
Back to the other reason I’ve been gone—surgery. I had arthroscopic knee surgery at the beginning of September to clear out some damaged tissue and do an arthroscopic release of the IT band. The road to recovery has been tough. I went from training every day of the week for several hours a day to being couch-ridden and struggling to get to the bathroom without help. I have made huge improvements over the past few weeks, but I am still severely limited in my activity. In future posts, I’m going to explain my surgery experience to you all and provide some tips for dealing with injury.
I hope everyone has been doing well and is as excited as I am for the launch of PreGame Fit. (Even though there’s no way you could possibly be as excited as I am because I am actually giddy about it.)