The Power of Exercise
Many people with fantastic bodies were unathletic at some point. Not Dawn. “For as long as I can remember, I have always been an athletic person. While in high school, I ran track, I was a cheerleader, a member of the dance fitness team, and was even on the gymnastics squad. I completely immersed myself in anything involving athleticism.”
Most people are not involved in that many sports activities in high schools, and it makes me wonder if Dawn had enough time to study for classes! Although her physical stature deemed her indestructible, she developed insecurities about herself just as many others do in their late teens. Want to know how Dawn eliminated those securities?
“A friend suggested I go to the gym. He believed the gym would empower me and help me feel good about myself. Well, on my very first visit to the gym I stayed for five hours. It felt as if I found where I belonged,” revealed Dawn.
Empowering Others Through Fitness
She adds, “At a very critical time in my life I found that the gym that was exactly what I needed. It was not long after that my desire to help others began to grow.”
“At first, I simply wanted others to know how empowering the gym could be. I wanted everyone to experience, not only the physical benefits but the same dramatic boost of self-esteem and confidence that I did.”