Morgan Kline : Eat This Not That
January 16, 2017
Our very own CFO and Co-Founder Morgan Kline was recently featured in a article published by Eat This Not That! Fitness gurus and moguls from all over the country gave their input on setting resolutions for the New Year. Today we’re going to dig a little deeper into how Morgan accomplishes her goals each year and manages to keep improving in fitness and in her personal life. This morning we sat down with a cup of coffee and got an inside look…
What is your resolution for 2017?
I want to work on my weaknesses – in and out of the gym. I’m going to focus on how I can improve and continue to grow and get better at the things that take me outside of my comfort zone! I’m not allowing myself to skip workouts, and I’ll develop my personal skills by reading more books and listening to other leaders in my industry.
How do you go about making sure you will follow through with your resolutions…
Writing my goals down so I can see them everyday. Right now, I have goals written on my bathroom mirror so I am reminded of them every time I look in it!
Why is it important to set personal goals?
If I never set goals for myself, I never grow. It’s easy to become complacent in your life and never strive to become a better version of yourself. I like to challenge myself to step outside of my comfort zone, whether that be in the gym, in my workplace, or at home.
Once you accomplish a fitness goals, how do you stay motivated to set a new?
Tell a buddy that you reached your goal – a spouse, workout partner, or friend. Make sure it’s someone that will challenge you to set more goals in the future!
What is the most difficult fitness goal that you’ve ever achieved?
Getting back in shape after I had my daughter Cameron. I knew going into my pregnancy that I wanted to stay fit and active throughout my pregnancy but once she came, life got busier than ever and it would have been easy to let my fitness fall to the wayside. With a fitness franchise tripling in size by the month, a newborn baby, a household to run, and a gym to manage I often put myself last. However, I knew I wanted to feel better, look good, and prove to myself and my clients that being a mom doesn’t mean you can’t have it all. My clients motivated me to be in the gym consistently, eat healthy, and get back in shape. I am happy to say that I lost all my baby weight, plus some and feel better than ever! It was a difficult journey and one that is never “over”, but a journey that is always worth it!
What are you most looking forward to in 2017?
Growing as an individual. Becoming the best version of myself as a mom, wife, trainer, business owner, and friend!
What is your favorite inspirational quote for this year?
“Set impossible goals, and then prove yourself wrong.” – I love this quote because it challenges me to set goals that I need to work hard for, not just goals that I know will be attainable.
Are you ready to crush some new fitness goals in 2017? Start now!