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Kim Wagler | January 8, 2019

How many times have you used the phrase “What If?”

Believe me when I tell you that you’re not alone if you use the phrase every single day.

On my flight home from San Diego recently, I tried to count the number of times Riley and I had used the phrase when noticing the cloudless blue skies, driving through beautiful scenery, hiking through Mission Trails Regional Park and waking up every morning in Chula Vista.

I lost count.

A lot of times we wondered what it would be like to live in San Diego and experience it in a more permanent capacity than a 3 day vacation. We wondered how much different our lives would be if we moved to California, continued our careers in our respective fields and the connections we would make.

Let me pause by saying that we love Canton, Ohio, the community we’ve surrounded ourselves with, the opportunities we have in our careers and the people that have become family. (Aka, we’re not leaving anytime soon).

However, it still brings me back to the phrase “What If”?

  • “What if” I committed to a healthy diet and lifestyle?
  • “What if” I pushed myself a little harder in my workouts?
  • “What if” I was more present at home or at work?
  • “What if” I stopped letting negative thoughts take over my mind?

My point is this:

I’m not saying you should drop everything and move to San Diego. I’m telling you that you have the power to act.

Every day we wake up with a choice.  A decision must be made in every area of our life. You control what you do, how you act and the person you ultimately become.

So why not make the right choice?  Why can’t you go on a successful diet?  Why can’t you push yourself harder in your workouts?  Why can’t you be more present at home or at work?  Why can’t you block out the negative thoughts?

In 2019, stop saying “What if” and start taking action.

Be Strong. Find A Way.


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Kim Wagler

Kim began her career as a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She then graduated from Malone University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Adult Fitness and a minor in Community Health. Upon graduation she found herself as the owner of Impulse and a part of an amazing team of health professionals. Her intention was to simply get people in shape which quickly evolved into a passion for helping people gain back control of their lives. As her mission grew so did her team, her facility size was quadrupled, and soon she was joined by her husband, additional trainers, therapists, and a dietician. Together they have created a positive training experience where everyone can achieve incredible and lasting results. Kim brings passion, expertise, and honesty to a new level as a fitness coach and leader in the fitness industry!


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