At The Fittest Me, we believe in beauty, truth, and courage . . . and our birthright to love and enjoy living within the body we have . . . even as we seek to achieve the body we want.

I’m Rebecca Boskovic of The Fittest Me. We provide the structure and support for individuals who have fallen out of step with their own bodies, and are ready to live in a body they love.

After decades of feeling painfully self-conscious in my own body, I’ve learned a few things about how to achieve a fitness goal while also enjoying the journey along the way. Here are a few key pointers:

  1. leading with kindness in all our self-care gives us better results

  2. crash diets/exercise programs don’t work (and often make things worse)

  3. if you find yourself feeling stuck, honestly ask yourself if you are ready to go to your next level of fitness

  4. one of the fastest ways to liking how you look in the mirror is deciding to no longer assume to know what people think about you

  5. building a fitness program around strength & conditioning gives you a bunch of added benefits besides an amazingly toned body

  6. when we feel strong and empowered:

  • we are confident

  • we stand tall and walk with purpose

  • we achieve what we once thought was unachievable

  • we are the best version of ourselves

  • we take care of our relationships

  • we manifest our power potential

  • we claim and forge that which is most important to us

You see . . . I believe that each one of was born with our own unique Power Potential. As our God-given birthright, it can neither be taken away nor diminished. Yet, how we choose to act on that potential is up to us. To manifest it fully, our power must be forged through struggle, sacrifice, repentance, forgiveness, reconciliation, and an embracing of its gift to ourselves and others.

My personal story includes many years of turning my back on my own power potential. The downside of that story is that there were a number of years when I lived out of step with my own strength . . . always trying to mute it or dim it. The silver lining is that I’ve learned what it takes to own it, and understand that it is never too late to claim our power potential and hone it in this world.

I’ve chosen fitness as the vehicle for bringing this message of empowerment to the world because it is simply the most effective route to manifesting the power laying in wait inside each of us.

Now, let’s get moving,

start sweating,

and release those endorphins

to help you become the person you were born to be.

-Rebecca Boskovic, founder and CEO