Fit Soldiers Finest

Back On Track And Moving Forward

Hello, my name is Ed Walton. I am married to my best friend Michelle and we have three great children, Emma, Megan, and Eddie. I work in the logistics field as a warehouse supervisor. I am a member of the U.S. Army Reserves with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 2. My biggest struggle fitness wise prior to joining Fit Soldiers was sticking to an exercise regimen mostly due to getting bored with prior exercise plans. My wife Michelle saw an ad in a local advertisement about Fit Soldiers which offered some free sessions. She told me I should try it out and I had nothing to lose.

Fit Soldiers FinestI found that Fit Soldiers was a fitness program that I could get into and enjoy. In the beginning, my two main reasons for working out were so I could eat what I wanted and stay relatively fit for my military service. Through the years, Dave and Joey have encouraged and motivated me through the various workouts.

Since joining, they have both tried to beat into my head that it is not just the workouts; nutrition also plays a major part in total physical fitness. I can be a bit stubborn and set in my ways but this past year I finally listened and signed up for the New Year New You Challenge. It was a struggle but I stuck with it and actually won the challenge!  It was awesome to win but I also learned some great things about nutrition.

I look at physical fitness in a new way now. Do I still occasionally eat the not so good thing? Yes, absolutely but now I’m aware that it is about the total package to getting and staying fit. One moment of a bad choice is not the end of all things, get back on track and move forward. My advice for someone just joining Fit Soldiers is to have perseverance. It is tough when first starting out, but in the end, you will feel stronger and healthier.

Thank you Fit Soldiers!

You too can take your life back and thrive!

Call today 720-382-5240

Fit Soldiers Fitness Revolution
2100 East 112th Avenue #2
Northglenn, CO 80233

Never Felt Better

Most days I would spend time at the gym burning calories on the cardio machines and starving myself.

I had the mindset that skinny women just didn’t eat. I had no energy or muscle tone. Basically I was “skinny fat”. I knew I needed something different and that’s when I noticed the Fit Soldiers sign. After my first visit I knew this was the place for me.

Dave and the trainers have taught me that consuming calories doesn’t mean I will gain weight, it means that I am fueling my body to perform by eating the right portions and eating small meals. With that knowledge and trying to practice it on a daily basis, I have never felt better in my life.
I love how Fit Soldiers has inspired me to believe in myself and believe that I could change physically and emotionally. The early morning class is very supportive which inspires me to be super motivated. It also helps that Dave is so focused and positive.

My current fitness goals are to get stronger, leaner, and to keep challenging myself. Being fit & healthy is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself and your loved ones.

~Carleen C.

Give yourself the gift of FIT!
Call us today begin success story 720-382-5240

Committed to Your Results,

Dave Mura
and the Fit Soldiers Family!

2100 East 112th Avenue #2
Northglenn, CO 80233


Fit Soldier Testimonial

Love My Body 1st Time Ever!

I have been heavy since pre-adolescence. After having three children, my weight has been up and down, but over the years it has gotten harder and harder to get the weight off.  I have been a classic yo-yo dieter, never being able to find a balance between eating “regular” and eating healthy.

I hired a personal trainer when I reached 40 and loved it. But I focused only on getting stronger and more in shape, and avoided doing anything about my weight. I trained for and completed the Danskin triathalon, while being 25 pounds heavier than I am today. As life got busy I stopped seeing her. Over the years, I tried different exercise programs but never stuck with any. I would get bored and groan when I would see how little time had passed. 

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