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Our History

1993 Flexx Personal Training

2016 Warrior Up Fitness

(The following is reprinted from the Seal Beach Sun Newspaper)

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Julie Beck demonstrates a fitness exercise in her personal training shop on Seal Beach Main Street.

Q: What is the main service you provide?
A: I provide private fitness training for general fitness clients. Basically, fitness is for everyone. I design safe and effective programs for people who lack the time or the knowledge to do so for themselves. I also provide accountability and motivation.

Q: What made you want to be a personal fitness trainer?
A: Two things really pushed me to be a personal fitness trainer. My mother struggled with her weight the entire time she was alive and it made a huge impression on me. Secondly, I was an athlete in school and later continued exercising and never really stopped. I was born with the desire to entertain and help people, so I just incorporated that with exercising. My motto is, “I build stronger minds and better bodies.”

Q: Can you describe one of your best success stories of one of your clients?
A: I’ve had a couple of clients that have lost 70 pounds, several have lost 40 pounds, and the average weight loss in the studio is about 20 pounds. I had a 62 year old client run her first marathon last year. Fitness really is for everyone.

Q: What can a personal trainer do for a person that they can’t do for themselves?
A: A personal trainer can provide the initial motivation to begin an exercise program and the education to make sure that they are working safely. Another motto: “Do less, get more.” Which means, when you have proper technique and breathing, every movement counts.

Q: Can you describe your philosophy of personal training?
A: Fitness is for everyone regardless of age, race, or gender. I try to teach people to be personally responsible for their own nutritional choices, scheduling and their own goal setting. No one else makes these choices for you.

Q: Who is a trainer or other person that you respect?
A: Mother Teresa is the first person that comes to mind. She truly is a saint. I admire people who tell the truth, who do things for others without a benefit for themselves, and people who have been struck by life’s lightning rod more than twice and still get up in the morning.

Q: Why is physical training important to people as individuals?
A: You don’t get another body!

Q: What are some of the local community activities or causes in which you have been involved?
A: I have been involved in the Seal Beach 5K/10K. I have a team that walks almost annually. I saved a woman’s life using the Heimlich maneuver in July of this year.

Q: Is it ever too late to try and get fit?
A: NEVER! As long as you are alive, you have got to keep trying.

Q: What are some of your personal fitness achievements?
A: I participated in a Navy Seal Fitness 5K and far exceeded my own personal expectations. I also did the Catalina Triathlon—big hills—in 2004. For 30 years, I have never stopped lifting weights.

Q: You sing with a rock band Hurricane Julie and The Aftermath. Do you do any specific training to be able to sing?
A: No, but thank goodness I stay in shape consistently. A four hour show is just like a good, strong workout.

Q: If you could change anything about yourself what would it be?
A: I think I am too hard on myself. My father reminds me that not everyone lives with the same
expectations that I have. Having said that, I have achieved some amazing things.

Q: Can you sum up your life philosophy in one sentence?
A: I wrote a song about it, “We Could be Kings.”

Q: Is there anything you would like to add to what we’ve discussed?
A: One thing. When you are coming to the studio, check out the newly painted red door!

Personal fitness trainer Julie Beck demonstrates a workout on the bosu.
Seal Beach Sun Newspaper-(reprinted)

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