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TKN Challenger - Derek R.
How to Get Comfortable With the Uncomfortable
Learn How Business Owner Derek R. Gained the Confidence to Take His Shirt Off At the Pool Again With TKN.
What Is Your Name?
What is your occupation?
I am a Fitness Owner.
How was your body before Trevor Kashey Nutrition?
Fat and Michelin Man.
How did that (state of being) make you feel?
Horrible and tired.
What were you unable to do that you wished you could do?
Stick to a plan.
During that time, how did your current state of being affect those around you?
I was grumpy and irritable.
How did you hear about Trevor Kashey Nutrition?
Its been about two years and I love it even though it doesn’t go the best ll the time. I am all over the place this past year.
What were your doubts and fears before starting the program?
No doubts. It’s a proven system. I lost 27lbs in the las challenge.
What made you say YES anyways?
I seem to always need a challenge.
Where is your body/mind now?
I feel great only 8lbs away from my ideal weight.
How does that make you feel?
I am feeling great again:)
What are you able to do now that you were not able to do before?
I can take my shirt off at the pool.
What positive impact did that have on others around you that you might not have expected?
It’s the perfect time as summer is here. So I can go to the Lake with my wife.
What would you tell someone who is reading this right now and is unsure about taking the next step?
We all need a coach so take the jump you will love it. Get comfortable with the uncomfortable.
How likely are you to recommend TKN to a friend?
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About Leticia King
Leticia King has worked with TKN since 2019. Previously she worked with the CUNY Center for Educational Studies interviewing, examining, and telling the stories of students and teachers to help fund and improve programs designed to mitigate the education gap between low and high-income students in New York City.
Leticia enjoys thought-provoking questions and always strives towards personal betterment. Despite changing her career path a number of times in her short 28 years she doesn’t look at those experiences as a deviation from her current path but meaningful epochs in her story. In a world of cynics, Leticia believes that finding good is the best coping and survival skill one can develop; and she sees TKN as a rare community of positive, uplifting, and sincere people.