Diana Tyler

As someone who has struggled with exercise bulimia, anorexia, and binge eating disorder, I compete for fitness that transcends mere physical health and appearances. I compete for a Christ-centered approach to fitness that begins with the innermost part of us, our spirit, and stretches out to first encompass our soul (mind, will, and emotions), and last of all, our body.

I Compete for a life-changing perspective that views fitness as a powerful way to glorify our Maker and strengthen the vessel He’s given us. I compete for women who feel they are trapped in unending cycles of failure, setbacks, unworthinesss, and condemnation, that they may be set free from the bonds of addiction, deprivation, stress, and obsession, and receive the joy and peace that accompany total surrender to the Lord, who provides “life in abundance” to all who seek Him. 

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