"Thanks to you, I am finally posting a picture of myself on Facebook. I'm not horrified or hiding behind people. I just want you to know how much I appreciate all that you do. You are an amazing person."
Annual physical done.
The Doctor's jaw dropped. He was stoked!
So I have two Huge "thank you's" today:
1. To our Coach Corinne Greenhalgh @ Body Revolution for pushing and challenging me every day! The best trainer! mixes it up every day, distracts and redirects my energy to the workout to keep me focused.
2. To my lovely wife, Megan Gallagher Melusky for all of your support and believing in me to do the thing I never thought I could ever achieve.
I set 3 goals to get done in 537 days.
1. lose 42lbs - Check, now 200lbs (13 months)
2. Lower BP - Check, now off of BP meds after taking them for 14 years.
3. Run a 5K in 30 minutes - Check, ran 2 and PR'd @ 27:33
4. Do all of it before I turn 40 - Check. 172 days till my birthday.
So why, am I posting this? Inspiration.
Because if I can do it, so can you.
It's never too late to start, you just got to take the 1st step!
Euw Sa Sa Sa! — feeling great at Compass Medical.
I helped Jill rehab from knee surgery the summer of 2010. She had muscular atrophy, weakness, as well as decreased endurance in the affected leg. We spent a solid 4-6 weeks building her strength and endurance back up and then were able to add in some speed, plyometric, and agility drills. We also focused on injury prevention for the upcoming season. The summer of 2011 we worked on overall strength and conditioning as well as injury prevention. She went on to have one of the best seasons of her career.
November 22, 2011
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Midfielder Jillian DaSilva (East Taunton, Mass.) and forward Teresa Vercollone (Pembroke, Mass.) have been named to the 2011 New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association Division II Senior Bowl team, Head Coach Tony Wallis announced Tuesday morning.
The Senior Bowl game, held this year at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 4 at Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass., honors the top graduating seniors from programs throughout the Northeast-10 Conference.
DaSilva has made 68 appearances for Saint Anselm spanning her four-year career, ranking her second amongst the graduating class of seniors this past season. Serving a team captain for the past two seasons, DaSilva has logged the most minutes amongst all Saint Anselm women's soccer players dating back to the 2002 season, recording 5,254 minutes played. Wallis has credited DaSilva's leadership on and off the field this past season.
Vercollone has appeared in each game dating back to the start of her freshman season with the program (70 games in total) in 2008. Over a four-year career, Vercollone posted 16 career goals alongside seven assists for 39 points, including four game-winning goals. This past season, Vercollone was named captain, serving as one of the team's four leaders. The senior forward recorded a three-game point streak from Oct. 15 against UMass Lowell to Oct. 22 against Adelphi, scoring a goal and two assists for three points (1-2=3).
The following Northeast-10 Conference players were invited to participate in the game this season, played this year at Martone-Mejail Field on the campus of Merrimack College.
Kiley Horne, Merrimack
Kimberly Taylor, New Haven
Jacquelyn Fede, Southern Connecticut State
Hannah Merullo, UMass Lowell
Jess Peacock, Merrimack
Emily Mongeau, Southern New Hampshire
Nicole Muhlberg, American International
Maddy Bissaillon, UMass Lowell
Melissa Garabedian, Merrimack
Jillian DaSilva, Saint Anselm
Teal Bryan, Saint Michael's
Jenna Mallico, Southern Connecticut State
Ariel Teixeira, Southern New Hampshire
Sarah Boornazian, American International
Teresa Vercollone, Saint Anselm
Emily Donahue, Southern New Hampshire
Sarah Hickey, Stonehill
So Happy!!! Best Run ever, seven miles with hills. Thank You for helping me reach this goal.
I thought and thought before coming up with a way to thank you for changing my life and my husbands life. I have finally come up with it so here it goes: I believe everything happens for a reason. We originally left the health club you were working at before you were working their and then decided to go back to that club for reasons unknown. My husband was a 460 pound man at the time and I was afraid I was going to grow old alone. He saw you training someone and said to me that you seemed like a good trainer so I went and got him a training session with you. Remember that first session you almost had to call 911! You came to me to let me know how worried you were and that was the start of a fantastic road to recovery for him. He now weighs in at 275, is on his way to get spinning certified, and personal training certified! As for me I am unable to let my multiple sclerosis beat me so I decided to stick with a trainer who can kick my butt but understand my disease and work with my weaknesses without allowing them to get the way of my goals!
I hope people see this and realize how one small thing can change life for the better. When my husband and myself decided that if we took better care of ourselves we could take better care of each other we had won! Not only had we won our lives back we acquired a new lease on life! That Corinne is something that not every trainer can give to someone! You not only helped us physically but emotionally you have shown us that nothing and I mean nothing is impossible! The proof was crossing the finish line of the Providence Rock "n" Roll 1/2 Marathon hand in hand with my husband!
Thank you for not only being a great trainer but for being a great person and a great friend!
Your Client for Life,
OMG I can't believe how great I look! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for a wonderful program. I wouldn't look or feel this great without you. You are a gift from the heavens! I love you for all your help and encouragement! I cannot wait until 7-10-11!
I knew you where going to be one of the best trainers Raynham has ever had... I had you tagged from the very begining, the niceset genuine person that takes her time to get to know her clients and actually care about them.