Athlete of the Month

EMILY PRIMEAUX: ASF South Athlete of the Month – OCTOBER 2017

Emily a 31 (soon to be 32) year old Associate Editor at Fraud Magazine. She has been training with Coach Darryl since July 2017. Emily is consistent and mentally strong! She’ll set a goal before herself and surpass it by a mile each and every time. Outside of her sessions, Emily sustains an active lifestyle that includes cycling, soccer and basketball, all of which aid her workouts in producing magnificent results. What a role model!




How long have you been working out at ASF?
I’ve been working out at ASF since June or July.

Why did you decide to join ASF?
I decided to join because I need accountability. I love working out, it’s just hard with my busy schedule to talk myself into doing it on my own.

What were your goals when you started?
My goals were to lean out and for my clothes to start fitting me better.

How close are you to meeting them?
Both are happening!

What changes have you noticed in your body, mind, spirit since starting at ASF?
I’ve noticed that the more I workout, the more energy I have for it. I’m getting mentally tougher each time I come, too. I’ve also noticed I’m eating a lot better because I don’t want what I do at the gym to get ruined by bad habits.

Why do you like working out with Darryl?
I like working out with Darryl because I need someone to really push me and he doesn’t let me get lazy. I also come from a track background, so I like the workouts he creates for me.

What is it about Darryl/ASF that keeps you coming back?
I keep coming back because I’m seeing results working with Darryl. He also has such a great gauge on whether something really is too hard for me or if we could be lifting heavier/doing more. The modifications make me feel like he’s really paying attention.

What are your goals & plans for the future at ASF?
My goals and plans are to keep pushing myself and hopefully to see even more results.

What is your favorite food?
My favorite food is cheese. Cheese in any form. 🙂

Anything else you’d like to add about your experience at ASF or with Darryl?
For newcomers I would say don’t quit. My very first workout with Darryl was pretty tough. I feel like a pretty athletic person, but that day I felt so out of shape. If you push through, you’ll look back later and say, “yeah, that workout would be much easier today.”