Member of the Month: Jordan Nelson

I have absolutely loved working with Jordan - seeing her on her first day in the gym and watching her evolve over the months.  She is much more confident.  She carries herself with confidence in the gym, and my hope is that has transferred into everyday life as well.

She is recognizing her strength and is always willing to pushing herself - yet at the same time, knows her limits (for now!).

All our women bring inspiration and motivation to the group.  Jordan is no exception.  I always remind them that you never know how in the group you are motivating in any given workout - so give it your all, always!”

-          Coach Courtney

When did you start Sweat Angels?
I believe I started at the end of July. I remember that I did the on ramp classes before I went to my first class so that I would be able to do any class I wanted to do. One of the first classes I attended was a Sunday morning sweat angels class. I was nervous but also excited to get started. The class was really hard, but everyone was really nice and welcoming and I knew right away that this was the place for me, that I would enjoy coming here and that I would get the results I was looking for. At the end of the class T was tired but I was proud of myself because I finished the class and I worked as hard as I possibly could.

What do you love most about Sweat Angels?
How difficult the classes are and how they challenge me every time I go. Its always a different class, you never see the same thing twice, and even if you do it's always coupled with something that you had never done before or something that will challenge your muscles in a different way. It's always challenging and that is what I like the most about the sweat angels classes.

2016 goal?
My goal for 2016 is to loose some weight and to gain muscle and to gain more mobility. Because my future depends on it. I say this because I want to be an archaeologist and travel the world, and that requires me to have mobility and muscle to be able to overcome any obstacle I encounter and tonot be restricted by my abilities or lack there of.

Advice to someone getting started?
Come to class, even if you don't want to, come to class. Do the work and leave proud that you came and did it. Remember that with every class you come to you are one step closer to the goal that you have set for yourself. " When you feel like quitting think about why you started."