What is No Easy Journey to the Top all about?
Hello, I am William Ferullo, an AFFA certified personal trainer, AASDN certified nutrition specialist, and health and wellness coach.
I started my own journey of transformation about 10 years ago. I went from somebody that never worked out, ate junk food all the time, and did not care about my health at all. Over the last 10 years I started working out, improving my diet, and really caring about how I treat my body. Now I want to help others improve their lives, like I did.
Keep in mind these changes did not happen overnight, it has been a process, one that still continues to this day, and will continue for the rest of my life. That may seem daunting if you are just starting out, but once you get going, it’s actually very rewarding and exciting to see how far you have come, and how far you can go!
I take a slow step-by-step approach to change. Change one small thing at a time, and progress from there, slowly and sustain ably. It is useless to change your whole life around for a month or two, and then revert back to your old ways. You end up right where you started. I encourage you to move one foot in front of the other with changes, slow and steady. Don’t look back and don’t look too far forward. Forget the destination, it’s all about he journey.
Why do I say there is no easy journey to the top? Because to make lasting changes in your life takes a lot of hard work and discipline, it’s not easy. Somebody selling you a quick and easy solution to solve your problems is lying to you. There is no magic pill. To me that’s the best part! Think of how proud of yourself you will be when you look back and see all the hard work, perseverance, and dedication you put into achieving what you want. Believe me, it’s awesome!
You also don’t have to go it alone. I want to help you in any way I can. If you need some help getting started, or some advice along the way, let me know I would be more than happy to give a helping hand! Feel free to contact me anytime at:
What makes William Ferullo different than other trainers?
I am not a trainer, I am a coach. Trainers work with horses, I work with people.
I take a “whole life” approach when coaching people, it’s not just about the few hours you spend in the gym, it’s about the other 160+ hours in the week. What are you doing during those hours? What are you putting in your body regularly? All these things are critical to living an optimal life, having the energy you want all day, and being the person you know you can be!
What is one thing I can do TODAY to improve my health?
Just pick one!
- Go to bed an hour earlier than you normally do
- Go for a brisk 30 minute walk
- Eat a piece of fruit
- Eat a vegetable
- Do 5 push-ups