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Biggest Loser of Gibson County interview (female) 3

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Published on Jan 16, 2008

Laura Heidenreich answers the question "What would you say to someone who was maybe a little bit scared to join the contest?" Her answer "That was me!" Laura lost 10 inches last contest & wants to raise the bar this time! She's hired a personal trainer to guide her. I even saw her doing the deadlift the other day. I said "Laura's doing the deadlift?! Next she'll be a bodybuilder!" lol

Princeton Fitness
24 / 7 fitness
24 / 7 tanning

New incline treadmills go up to an INSANE 30 degrees!
Smith Machine, Power Rack, Cross over Cable Station

PF is huge- it spans 2 buildings on the historic town square in Princeton, Indiana (Gibson County).

Owned/ operated by Jennifer, a local business owner.
9,000 square feet & 4 floors of space- cardio, tons of free weights, benches, Sprint Circuit machines, 7 heavy bags hanging.

See before & after pictures of the Biggest Losers at myspace.com/princetonfitness & videos of the quarterly Strong Man competitions at youtube.com/princetonfitness

Our rates are low enough that everyone can afford us, with memberships starting at only $4.50/wk. Full access is only $7.50/wk. Sign up with someone else & save- full access for 2 is only $11/wk. The atmosphere is old school, where 100-year-old architectural charm meets modern convenience. If you've never been inside (or haven't been in the last 3 months) you should check it out. Even members who come in once a week are surprised by the changes we make each week. Shane Bonaparte (Princeton) said, "I don't even go there to work out anymore... I just come to see what you've done. I love that place. I don't call it Princeton Fitness... I call it My Place!" Other testimonials are on my website at home.insightbb.com/~fit

I get a kick out of teaching people how to use the machines & setting them up on training programs that suit their needs. Once they know what to do to make changes, it's as if this becomes their personal gym & all I do is keep their towels clean & answer the phones for them! I also enjoy seeing the members come out of the kickboxing class covered in sweat & saying "Great class!" & when they say their pants are falling off them! It is empowering to take control of your waistline & I love being a part of it.

The key in making a business like this work is to A) create a place where people are comfortable & free to try new things B) give them the right equipment, training & encouragement C) know when to push & when to coddle & D) be there when they need you. After all, it's the people that make this place great!

Jennifer

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