A Canadian woman is determined to be as healthy as possible in order to become the best in the business.
Michele Laudreault, 36, says she is dedicated to becoming the best at what she does.
Laudrenault’s father died in the workplace after a serious heart attack in 2007, and her mother is still recovering from a previous heart attack.
Laudreaults mother, Susan Laudrault, said she’s been fighting for more than 20 years to become an accomplished nurse and has done so by working to improve her son’s physical, mental and emotional health.
“I have always loved being around children and learning how to help them, and I want to continue that, because I know that if I can help them with my knowledge, I have the ability to help their health as well,” she said.
“My son is a great example of what can be achieved with hard work and dedication.
I hope that in my next life that I can be a role model for other people.”
For Laudretault, there’s one big goal she’s aiming for.
She wants to become a certified personal trainer.
“When I was little, I learned a lot about nutrition from my father and my mother,” Laudreau said.
I wanted to be like my dad and my mom, but also be my own boss. “
We were very happy with that.”
I wanted to be like my dad and my mom, but also be my own boss.
LAudreault said her passion is personal health and nutrition, and she wants to make a difference in people’s lives.
“It’s not about what other people think, it’s about what I feel,” she explained.
“When I walk down the street, people always ask me what I’m doing for a living and I tell them I’m a personal coach.”
Every single day I want the world to know that I’m not some cookie-cutter fitness model.
“That’s what I want everyone to know.
I want people to understand that I want them to do the things they want to do, and it’s not just about weight loss, but about all the things I can do for them.”
Laudreau’s training has been featured on a number of websites including ABC News and The Huffington Post.