"When Dave opened Fit4Life, I became one of his first members. My goal was to improve my strength and cardiovascular. Being fairly active (doing lots of walking) I didn't think it would be too difficult. I found it a commitment that wasn't always easy. Having a great facility makes it more enjoyable though. I continue to challenge myself every week. Now, four years later, I cannot imagine not having "working out" as a part of my lifestyle. It's something GOOD I do for myself and if it helps the golf game, that's a bonus!" -Bev Wendorf
"Bev went to Fit4Life first. After a year she asked me if I'd like to try it. She seemed to enjoy it and I could tell that she thought I would too. She may have also noticed that my waist was expanding a bit. Having mild diabetes and high blood pressure, I thought exercise would be a way to help those conditions. I wanted to tone up and lose some weight and I thought this couldn't be that tough. Well, I was naive. I found out that exercising isn't easy but it does help. We usually go about 4 or 5 days a week for an hour. Now after about three years, it has become routine. Fit4Life has all the equipment you'll need and Dave shows all new people how to use them. Hey, try it, you'll like it." -Ed Wendorf
Ed and Bev have both made regular exercise a part of their retired lifestyle. Many retired couples "take it easy" after retirement and age starts creeping up on them and soon they physically can't do the things they've always enjoyed doing. Bev jogs on the treadmill and Ed walks about as fast as humanly possible at inclines that would take the breath away from most young kids---and still have the ability to enlighten everyone with his vast knowledge and opinions on world affairs and the Packers!
Congratulations Ed and Bev, you are both shining examples of what can be accomplished here at Fit4Life if you are committed to exercise. Keep up the great work!" -Dave