Recently, Freddie and Jen competed at the 6th Annual USPA Bar Fight in West Virginia. Both Freddie and Jen wanted to tell their story leading up to the battle and then following their experience.
Here is Freddie’s take on his fourth meet as a powerlifter.
Recently, Jen and Freddie competed at the 6th Annual USPA Bar Fight in West Virginia. Both Jen and Freddie wanted to tell their story leading up to the battle and then following their experience.
This upcoming week, the ECF Team will be competing in West Virginia for another USPA Powerlifting Meet: USPA Bar Fight. The team has been working hard to prepare for this meet, and we asked some of them to write about their experience training and competing as a way to showcase their hard work and the reality of training as a lifestyle.
Mitch Wiggins is a client at Elite Custom Fitness who appreciates the benefits of training in his everyday life. He is a 19-year-old student at Butler County Community College’s Cranberry Campus whose current ambitions are to transfer to the University of Wisconsin in order to pursue a career in forestry. He is a nature lover and working out at the gym is a good way to stay fit for hikes.
“I appreciate you”... This was said to me today after finishing up a training session with a long time client and friend of mine, Michelle Parolini. It’s amazing how a few short words can have such a profound impact. Hearing those words today felt different than the other times I have heard them, though, because today was a different type of training session with Michelle. This session had a ton of meaning behind it for a variety of different reasons.