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  • Thankful in November

    Thankful in November

    ReformStudioswould like to thank you all for your support and patienceduring our transition these past few months. Weve really enjoyed everyone who has been apart of this journey, and has helped us grow with all the new changes. We now offer a cardio room, bare strengthing, and weight training through personal or group sessions. We hope to make more optionsofworkouts in the upcoming months. We offera FREE boot campevery other Saturday and Wednesdayjog nights around the park. We welcome you to bring all your friends to join us, and become apart of our reformingteam. Keep up with us through our instagram @reformstudiossc and our Facebook page, we always havenew events coming up especially ....

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  • 6 weeks to more confidence and energy!

    Sometimes, the smallest step in the right direction can become the biggest step of your life. An awesome group of ladies too that first small step by committing to a fitness program to become their best self 6 weeks ago, and we're so excited to share some of the their stories about just how big that step proved to be! They committed to working out with us weekly, and making conscious choices to eat balanced portioned meals for 6 weeks. Here's their progress so far.
    Valerie, single mom, lost 26 lbs of fat and gained 12 lbs of muscle in 6 weeks!
    Valerie took the step towards making a major life change after moving to the area and starting over. In just a few short weeks she went from ....

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  • How Jessica Found Herself Again

    How Jessica Found Herself Again

    Much more than weight loss on her fitness journey
    We’re so excited to share the Jessica’s story with you as our Member of the Month! When we met Jessica in January, she was a stay at home mom suffering from depression and high blood pressure. She was tired all the time and never had any energy, but couldn’t fall asleep on her own so was on a sleep aid. Her doctor was also contemplating putting her on additional medications to manage her blood pressure. She wasn’t exercising, though she had been physically active in the past and even 5 years ago was an avid runner. “Doing everyday things was a struggle. I didn’t recognize the person in the mirror, ....

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  • Training For Confidence

    Training For Confidence

    How to use fitness to influence your life
    I went for a 13 mile run Saturday. No that’s not a typo. No it wasn’t a race. No I didn’t earn a medal. No, I didn’t lose a bet. No nothing was chasing me. ;) I went for a 13 mile run because I committed to a goal (racing a half marathon in hilly Nashville with my sister at the end of the month) 6 months ago and after 3 months of twiddling my thumbs I decided to prepare for it adequately. I went for a 13 mile run because I ran 12 miles the week before, and I’m pushing myself to do just a little more, every week, to build my confidence. I’m not talking about confidence in my ability ....

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  • A Year Of Change - April's Story

    A Year Of Change - April's Story

    Taking back power over her body.
    The April you meet today is a stronger, more confident, more empowered woman than the one who walked through our doors a year ago. The journey to where she is now is just a part of her story, which will continue on, but we’re excited to share the difference a year has made for her! April works in a local hospital in a role that has her at a desk on a computer all day, and before we met her, her home life was similar- spent gaming on a computer screen or sitting around. “I mostly sat around doing a lot of nothing and feeling sad I had no energy for anything else.” She wasn’t exercising at all. She had a gym membership, but says ....

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  • Dealing with health saboteurs

    Dealing with health saboteurs

    What to do when your friends and family don't make it easy to stay on track
    I want to take a detour from our usual positive mindset messaging to address one of the uglier sides of working with people to achieve their health and fitness goals: That is the saboteurs among our loved ones, friends family and coworkers. It’s an unfortunate part of human nature that when we see somebody else exceeding one of our instincts is going to be to coax them back to where they were before. How this shows up in health and fitness could be a loved one surprising you with cakes, cookies and sweets, making comments that you’re losing weight too fast or that they think you’re ....

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  • Do you seek inspiration or abdication?

    Do you seek inspiration or abdication?

    What to you take away from seeing other fitness success stories?
    One of the greatest things about working with people towards their health and fitness goals being able to share success stories and progress made by those we work with. I love getting to share that someone’s figured out how to reprioritize her schedule, fit in fitness, take a fresh look at meal planning and grocery shopping, and make a plan for a healthier life. And I love when the results they achieve, even in a short time, go on to inspire others that they too can make some change. Things become a slippery slope though when you see somebody having success that you want to duplicate EXACTLY. As in you want to have ....

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  • Are YOU the Hero You've Been Waiting For?

    Are YOU the Hero You've Been Waiting For?

    Are you a damsel in distress, or are you a hero in your own life?
    Let me start today’s note with a spoiler alert: when it comes to your life and your goals, no one is coming to save you. That may sound harsh. But what I mean is you already have everything that you need to take action and be proactive in the pursuit of your goals and dreams, so you don't NEED to wait for someone to come save you. And furthermore, you also have the responsibility to do so. You can take and seize the power to change your own life. You can and should be the hero of your own story. This may sound like I've been watching too much fantasy or GOT, but I really want to encourage and ....

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  • Overcoming the Emotional Struggle with Weight Gain: Lauren's Story

    A trainer is faced with new challenges of motherhood and the emotional toll of 45 lbs of extra weight
    Lauren has a background you might expect of a personal trainer: She grew up playing sports and being interested in fitness, and went on to play collegiate volleyball in upstate New York. After moving to Charleston, she then learned to share her interest and passion for fitness and health to others as a volleyball coach and personal trainer. She was no stranger to hard work and setting fitness goals for herself, but when she and her husband decided to start a family, she found herself faced with some serious health challenges. Very quickly after becoming pregnant she was ....

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  • Rebecca's Journey To Health

    Rebecca's Journey To Health

    Our January Member of the Month is Rebecca D from Mt.Pleasant!

    Rebecca D. is a busy work from home mom who had an initial goal to lose some weight because she was having some health issues. She was very tired all the time and she was starting to be diagnosed with a lot more medical issues and suspected autoimmune diseases. She was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, PCOS, a possible thyroid condition, her blood pressure was going up, her heart rate was elevated… she was really starting to have some challenges and as much as she tried different medications from her doctors, the meds all ended up having side effects, which she felt was no real solution for what she was experiencing. In ....

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