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Life is a journey, and not a race. This is essential to remember on any fitness journey, especially when you're trying to overcome injury!

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Physical fitness isn't just to hit goals in the gym. For some, fitness is an essential part of doing our job, especially when we are responsible for the lives of others. 

Success Story: How Lauren D. Focused on Her Mental Health with Fitness

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Success Story: How Adina Beat the First Fitness Battle (Finding Time)

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Lindsay was had been a long-term Steve Nash Fitness World member, using the gym as a place to relieve stress and frustration. 

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Success Story: How Alex V. Battled Cancer and Regained Her Ability to Walk

Everyone has a different reason to focus on their health. For some, it's to get a six pack, for others, it's for the ability to walk and do their favourite activities after a devastating illness. 

Success Story: Alisa Used Fitness to Manage Depression

Weight and depression weave together without even noticing it. Sometimes we gain weight, and then become unhappy, sometimes it's the other way around.