She can probably outrun you and wakes up before the sun to crush it at the gym. And she definitely has some good advice for anyone at Progression. Read on to get to know Ariane Bromberg.
What do you do for a living?
I’m a childcare provider.
What’s your favorite thing to do outside of the gym?
I love to run with my running tribe, the Chatty Chicks.
What made you decide to try Progression?
My husband, Mike.
How long have you been at Progression?
I’ve been coming for a year and a half.
What was your experience with fitness like prior to Progression?
I have always been a very active person, but never really focused on my strength piece.
What was your biggest fear when you started?
My biggest fear was not knowing how to do all the movements.
Favorite cheat day meal?
Hamburger and French fries.
What goal(s) are you currently chasing?
Focusing on my overall strength.
What’s the hardest part about your fitness journey at the moment?
Eating… and getting out of bed at 5 am.
What’s one thing your fellow CFP’ers would be surprised to learn about you?
I love genealogy and I’m a history nut.
What’s your favorite piece of advice you’ve gotten from a Coach or member at Progression?
The advice comes from watching our 5:30 am inspirations Jerry & Linda Weltzin. Two senior member who show up and work hard everyday so they can be active away from the gym.
How has your outlook on health/fitness changed since starting at Progression?
I’ve realized how much strength plays apart in all other aspects of life. We recently took a family vacation out west, we were climbing Belle Rock, and my gains made it easy. I actually had to use the bear crawl. As we have done this as part of a warm up or in a workout, I would think to myself, where in the world would I ever need to use the bear crawl in daily life. It came in handy climbing the rock!
What has been your fondest memory during your time at Progression?
Jerry’s 74th and 75th Birthday Burpees!
Why do you think you’ve stuck with Progression?
My accountability partner and the Coaching.
What would be your one pie of advice for someone who’s just joining Progression?
Don’t be intimidated, we all have moments, days and weeks, we all struggle. Each day we have a choice to make.