Getting on an Eating Schedule of Maximum Quality Foods and Being Active: Losing Weight, Gaining Back My Life

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Last modified on Tuesday, 17 April 2012 18:04

Meet Brian Samson, a graduate of George Mason University with a Bachelors in Exercise Science. A trainer, a motivator, a nutrionist, and manager of a fitness facility, Brian Samson has worked in multiple settings, including working in both a hospital setting and a physical therapy clinic.  He also has been working with the women's professional football team the DC Divas, and has had such great success training clients that he has launched  Samson explains,  "I try to bridge the gap between prehab, rehab, and post rehab and the use of different programs and getting on an eating schedule to help others reach their individual goals, all while trying to make sure they are able to continue with it for as long as they possibly can. Personally, I've used these techniques and programs on myself and have lost a total of 110 lbs starting from 310 lbs. The biggest thing I emphasize with people I work with is that if I have not personally tried or done it myself, I won't make them do it. I'm all about getting that first hand experience to enlighten not only others, but myself to what is out there. As long as you leave your ego at the door and trust that I will get you to where you want to be and as long as you don't give up on yourself, I will NEVER give up on you and will strive to get you exactly where you want to be."



       Listen to this incredible example of self discipline, hard work, and perserverance.  Brian explains how he had every excuse in the book, and it was when he stopped with the excuses that he transformed his life.  Keep checking back for more from Brian Samson as he talks about anything from getting on an eating schedule to the best circuit workout right here at!  To learn more, including booking Brian for training, or consultation, check out for more.

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