So this week I wanted to talk about BAER Fit and what we are and stand for, but first church. Well like he always does, Pastor David Kisner of Washington Heights Baptist Church got me thinking and started our service by reminding us about the Reese's Peanut butter Cup Super bowl ad. They were first made in 1928, 87 years ago. Why change perfection? Why change what is not broken? Why change what is successful? Of course David went on with another wonderful service. But it did make me think about what I needed to talk about.
When we started BAER Fit back in the 80's, it was with the goal of giving others better health and fitness, through real education, not fads. We are not about bodybuilding, bikinis or cover models. We can take you there, but only after you have the rest of your health in good order. We want you to know what we know, so you can take care of yourself. Yes we'd love you to stay we us, but not because you have to. And your training is more than just lifting weights. It's about your whole life. Eating, sleeping, lifestyle habits and of course your goals and past as well as current fitness level.
So we are here for you. To help make you the best you, you can be. We don't do fad training programs, fad diets or even fad supplements. You don't need any of it, even if you were going to compete in a sport.
So just like those delicious peanut butter cups...we won't change what isn't broken. Being one of the oldest personal training companies in the mid-west, represents success. And having helped thousands of people to better fitness and their health goals, tells us we shouldn't change what we are doing. Now we do stay abreast of the latest research on health and fitness and make adjustments as needed. But not for the sake of being cool or faddish.
When you are ready to get started on your journey of improving your health / fitness, call us. We have been, are and will be here for you. And all consultations are free.
"You're going to love your results. I guarantee it."
Charles Baerman PhD, CFT, CSFN, CET 937-238-4503 cell 937-748-9905 office