Every day, we hear countless success stories from our FLY Fam. From those who persevered beyond the burn and transformed themselves, to those who have fully immersed themselves in the community, it’s clear our riders and pulsers are complete rockstars. This is certainly true of our latest FLY Hall of Change inductee, Dupont rider Sammy Moskowitz, whose unique story redefines what it means to FLY with a friend. Read on and get ready to feel inspired.
For Tameka Moss from Boston, fitness was never a community experience. She would go to the gym, clock her time, and head out. As her career took off, her weight and overall health were put on the backburner and her gym time never left her inspired. Fast forward two years, and Flywheel is now an integral part of her daily life. She’s lost over 30 pounds and 10 inches, started a business, taken hold of her life, and has been named our fourth Hall of Change inductee! Through the support of Flywheel and her #FLYfam, Tameka learned that anything is possible.
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of being in class with Tameka, you’ve witnessed her love for the Flywheel Back Bay community. We’re thrilled to share her story, so read on!
This quarter, we received countless submissions for the coveted Flywheel Hall of Change title. After selecting this quarter’s Hall of Change winner, Alyssa Welsh, we were still inspired and moved by so many other incredible stories. Which is why, for the first time ever, we decided to select a Hall of Change runner-up.
This quarter, we received countless submissions for the coveted Flywheel Hall of Change title. When stumbling upon Alyssa Welsh’s success story, we knew we found something special.
Two years ago, New Yorker Laurie Cobb took control over her body and her life, and found a new passion for fitness at Flywheel. Hundreds of classes and one FlyBarre Challenge later, she’s lost over 200 pounds, 17 inches, and gained the honor of our second annual Hall of Change inductee! Continue reading