Meet David!


David is coming up on his one year Anniversary at FVT.

In the last 10 months, he’s dropped 34 pounds and 11.3% body fat.

He’s also lost 5 inches off his waist … has more than tripled the amount of push ups he can do … has gone from ZERO pull ups, to easily doing 5 … and so much more …

And that’s why I’m so excited to share his story with you today!

Let’s get right into it –


Before FVT

David was a ski racer in college.

Years ago, he was in top shape.

But with a family, a busy career, and all the other obligations that go with being an adult … he had less and less time for himself.

And his heath was suffering because of it.

His energy was low.

He had nagging aches and pains.

And he had gone from a 34 to a 36 waist, and was approaching a 38.

David told me that the fact that he was going to have to once again go up to the next bigger pants size, was what truly motivated him to say “enough is enough!” – and take action to make a change.



David was ready to rock, and was excited to start with our program!

But he was also not without a little hesitation.

He had never done group workouts before. And having been out of the regular exercise routine for a while, he was also nervous that he might not be able to perform.

But he told told himself that he would commit to our boot camp for one month to start, and would see what happened.


Getting Started

After the first workout, David was hooked!

“It was fun and challenging, I felt like I worked harder in 45 minutes than in the 2 hour runs I used to do.”



David started in January of 2016 at 215 pounds.

He weighed in at the beginning of November 2016 at 181.

He started at 23% body fat.

He’s now at 11.7%.

He could barely do 5 burpees when he started without having to take a break … and now he can crank out 20+ in 60 seconds.

He’s gone from 10 push ups with not-so-great form, to 30+ perfect ones, without stopping.

David is now stronger, happier, and has changed his life for the better … and he continues to work towards new fitness goals in 2017 at FVT.


Advice to YOU

We asked David if he could lend some advice to anyone who is thinking about starting their fitness journey at FVT. Here’s what he had to say:

“Figure out the days and times each week that you’re going to be able to work out consistently, and stick to those. Commit to it, and show up! Diet is HUGE, and played an important part in my success. Track your food using a program like MyFitnessPal. The community aspect is also great for accountability and keeping you involved and sticking to your program.”


Congrats on your success David!

We are honored to have you as a client at FVT, and as a friend!

Keep up the hard work, and we can’t wait to see what you accomplish in 2017.

– Forest Vance
Owner, FVT Boot Camp and Personal Training

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