This may sound really bad about Walmart, but that's where I see the majority of obese, unfit people on a daily basis. Right now in my life, I only go a few places away from my home: the gym, my clients homes, Walmart, Kroger, and Meijer. I work out, train people, eat, sleep, and grocery shop.
Every time I am in Walmart I can't help but see people who are extremely overweight. Now, I am by no means bashing or judging these people. What goes through my mind is: "How can I help every one of them?" I wish I had unlimited time and funds and I could train every single person who wanted help. I would teach them how to exercise and make better food choices. It really breaks my heart.
I was thinking about researching into Grants to see if I could start some kind of exercise program. I looked into it the other day, but it looks like most Federal grants are given to organizations, not individuals. Right now, I am in no financial situation to train a lot of people for free, so I have to look for other avenues.
Once I start my Boot Camp, I will go and talk to people and offer everyone a free week. A boot camp is a great way to make training more affordable for the masses and allow me to still pay my bills.
My goal is to change America. I want everyone to be healthy and fit. I want people to live better and treat their bodies with more kindness. I want people to live without aches and pains and health problems. I want people to get off their medications needed because they are obese. I want people to feel alive again. I know I can't change it all right now, but if I help one person a day, I know I'm on my way to making Cincinnati a better place. :)