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a year of pn

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Though I may not have updated my PN page super often I have written a few posts there already, and if you haven’t, feel free to check those out!

January 19th, 2015 I embarked on my year-long PN journey. Based on self motivated habit changing the program helps and has helped thousands of people reach their fitness goals. During the course of the year I learned about nutrition and habit-forming in a way that I never had before. The PN platform kept me interested in the program and motivated to continue. Not to mention my awesome coach who I had almost weekly contact with.


A screen shot of my platform’s progress pictures

At the beginning of the program I had certain goals I wanted to achieve. But along the course of the PN journey I realized that my initial goals (reaching a certain weight, lifting a certain amount in the gym, etc.) weren’t really why I had started this adventure.

After a shoulder injury in March my workouts were pretty thrown off. Refocusing with my coach and physiotherapist I got some great advice and support on how I could best rehabilitate my shoulder. I seriously question if I would have come back as quickly if I hadn’t had such great people around me.

The things I liked most about PN were the daily lessons, written in what I like to call blog post form, they kept me engaged in the process and learning all the while. Also, as you may be able to guess, I really liked the continuous contact with my coach and even other team members. The way that I could personalize the program, especially after my shoulder injury, was invaluable.

PN go time

If you’re a self motivated individual who wants to get healthier, fitter, gain muscle and loose fat then PN could certainly be a program for you. Check out their homepage and blog. It is definitely something I would consider doing again in the future, after all they update the program all the time and there’s always more to learn!



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  1. Pingback: looking back: 2015 resolutions | Enjoy Not Knowing

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