I hope all is well. I have been busy busy. Last week in Boston was great! one class away from finishing my Masters of Sports Leadership from Northeastern University. Very exctied for the things to come!
As for the diet and this YLA it def has helped me change my life health, fitness, and wellness wise. To say I ordered Salmon for dinner one night, and baked Haddock another in Boston required me taking me pictures for my wife as proof! I did find the time to have a few beers with my colleagues, but getting out and running the city streets of Boston at 6am was very nice. I hopped on the scale when I got home and realized I stayed the same weight. A big accomplishment because I did have some gluten which I was sure to think that I would have gained a few lbs back from that. Overall I am feeling great, but need to get back to my schedule at CFM. The last 8 weeks have been a wild ride with the birth of beutiful Ava Skye. For those of you who havn't heard yet she was born with down syndrome. A big shock to us, but it is turning out to be a true blessing. We have her in so many different treatments from phsycal therapy(working on jaw muscles and neck), occupational(helping with her feedings), cranial sacral adj, naturoupathic dr's accessing her viat and Gails breast milk nutrients. Pefection has been redefined with this experience. Gail now has her thesis topic for her Masters in Nutritrion from UB that she is finishing up this last semester!
ALL I CAN SAY IS LIFE IS GREAT! It truly is what you make of it and how you react to adversity and attrition. We all need to stay the course and keep plugging away. We have all seen some positive changes from appearance to energy level with this YLA and we have 6 more months to work to create a positive life style change. So dig deep and lets get it.