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“On the Banks” with Nicole Gustavson

Monday, July 9, 2018 | Nicole Gustavson


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Can anyone tell their true, whole story in 500 words? Not me. But thanks to the River Creek Country Club’s “On the Banks” publication, I was afforded 500 words to share my passion for what I do professionally, the love I share with the people I work with and how unbelievably grateful I am for the life I lead….(still need more word count)! But, bottom line, I work just as hard as our Clients when in the InForm Studio – I put in my A-game for just 20 minutes once or twice a week. Unlike many though, I don’t enjoy it as much as some of them purport to. I simply love to hate it. Notwithstanding, will I ever stop? NO! Even absent the unparalleled time-efficiency and convenience of the 20-minutes, real results, and guarantees of safety – I am simply terrified to stop strength training, because I see firsthand what happens when you do!

We either use it, or we lose it…as we know all too well. And, if not the InForm way, I would never find the time otherwise. As I say again and again, our Protocol is not a big production, but it’s hard work! And just like brushing my teeth, I will do the InForm workout until the day I die, without looking for ways to keep it fresh, exciting, or any of that other nonsense. I save that effort for the fun stuff, outside the Studio! I strength train to stay strong, just as I brush my teeth to protect my overall health. Just the same, I show up to my InForm workout to get it done, protect my health and live life strong – physically, metabolically and mentally – so I can put my best foot forward into each and every day of my life. Without InForm, I don’t think I would be able to find the time to do that. Join the InForm Family – it’s about time!


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Barbara Walters hates exercise but loves the InForm Workout
I am committed to this workout regimen for the rest of my life. When you learn about the reasoning behind this workout regimen, you will realize how much sense it makes. It’s so easy to get pumped up for a 20-25 minute workout and to use maximum effort. I used to blow off the gym all the time as I didn’t look forward to a 90 minute workout 3-4 days a week. It’s the best workout anyone could possibly imagine. After most workouts, I literally struggle to walk down the stairs, or raise my arms, I am so physically exhausted. I am in the best shape I’ve been since graduating college.
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