Sounds good you might say to yourself. But easier said than done right? To that Everett responds: "You have to realize you need to make a total lifestyle change. Once you understand it at that level, your state of mind is ready."
Everett fills her South Loop gym three times a night, leading students doing lunges, crunches and curls. She has won prizes in fitness competitions and is passionate about her mission. After completing a class, Dre often hears first timers say, "It's a great class, but you better have a made up your mind before arriving."
Everett adds, "Think of fitness as a part time job. I know people are like, that's the last thing I need, another job. But remember you make all the profit. You get 100 percent of the dividends of the work you put in."
She often pushes her students to the limit, leaving each boot camper panting. "But I want people to remember one last benefit if you make the fitness decision is improved spirits," she say. "You have to feel healthy inside and out for your spirit to best shine."
For more information on D3 Diesel Dome, call 773-505-2405 or visit www.D3BootCamp.com.