Fit Leaders Inspire

One Percent Chance is a Good Chance

One Percent Chance is a Good Chance
About four years ago, my life took a devastating turn. I was in a fire accident and had a one percent chance of survival. I was airlifted to San Antonio, TX where I remained in a two-month coma.

The Commissioner

The Commissioner
by Kim Dinga The Commissioner by Kim Dinga I worked as a graduate assistant for an outstanding research professor at Binghamton University, and he ...

My fitness journey

My fitness journey
When I was growing up in the 80s and 90s, as a first generation Canadian child to Sikh Indian immigrant parents, my exposure to physicality came only in the form of play.

My fitness journey

My fitness journey
Being athletic was, and continues to be, a part of my life. It's a part of my job and it resonated in how I live my life, but I didn't ever connect to it as an extension of my identity.

The Active Educator

The Active Educator
For me, teaching and being active go hand in hand...

Put Yourself Out There

Put Yourself Out There
I grew up with the impression that school principals looked and acted like a combination of Principal Ed Rooney from the movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and Principal Gerald Strickland from “Back to the Future.” Heck, I even realized Principal Seymour Skinner from my favorite TV show of all time, “The Simpsons,” was never exactly adored. Knowing how the principalship was represented in these characters, who would ever want to be a school leader?

QUIETLY WATCHING FROM THE STANDS

QUIETLY WATCHING FROM THE STANDS
To understand my fitness journey is to understand the person...

My Journey Began...

My Journey Began...
After undergoing chiropractic care and physical therapy, I opted out of surgery and decided to make a lifestyle change...

Get back up every day!

Get back up every day!
The Fitleaders encourage one another daily. Support each other daily. Help each other daily. Serve each other daily. Not just through fitness but through life as well.

You got this!

You got this!
by Becky Schnekser Being active was never a choice for me growing up, I just was. My parents wouldn’t allow my siblings and I to go in and out of ...

Progress is Progress

Progress is Progress

I already had sleep apnea, so my doctor put it simply. If I didn’t change, I would die, and soon. I have four kids, with the youngest being 2 at the time.

The Introverted Fit Leader

The Introverted Fit Leader

There’s a myth in leadership that it's lonely at the top, and there’s another myth suggesting that introverts don’t like people. But the truth is: There are ways for all leaders to stay connected; the successful ones find ways to make those connections a priority.