I started going to A2O a little over a month ago. The changes I've seen in my body are amazing, I have toned sleek muscles showing in places I didn't even know could be cut, but the best part is how incredible I feel.
The gym has a great feel to it, clean, very urban, and with slick modern lines, their incredibly versatile equipment is all tucked away looking innocent in the corners.
I've been working with Heather Eastman she is knowledgeable, creative, friendly, and innovative when it comes to exercise. I've been strength training on my own for as long as I can remember and I never would have thought of these movements in a million years. She does her research and from what I can see the rest of the trainers follow the same school of thought.
She also has revolutionized my diet. She went through my normal food intake and chose things that I already loved when designing a food plan. It's taken a little will-power but I've trusted her to the letter, and boy is it paying off!
If you are thinking about going to a trainer, I highly recommend A2O it's worth every penny. I would go as far to say, whatever you're splurging on, this would be a better use of your extra cash.
TMP's participation in this show will include the TMP dancers reuniting with Preservation Hall Jazz Band for an onstage improvisation in the spirit of New Orleans and the jazz legacy that PHJB is known for, (the two ballets will not be a part of the show).
Trey McIntyre Project is supporting the film project with a kickstarter project that ends this Friday. Take a look and become a part of the project: www.treymcintyre.com/kickstarter
I'm incredibly excited about this film project! You can be a part of it as well by backing the film at www.treymcintyre.com/kickstarter There you will find a video about the project, more information, and learn how you can become a part of the fun.
Hurray! This is so exciting!
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