Happily Ever After

12 years ago today I watched my beautiful bride walk down the aisle, take my hand and begin a journey that neither one of us could have ever expected. This is the same girl who has had to endure the dreaded track season break-ups in high school, the week long Rocky marathon when I first got the box set, and the horrible nightmare that was my celiac disease. She is the only woman in the world who would have stuck around for that. Well, maybe not. I mean what girl wouldn't want to watch a new Rocky movie every night of the week? Amber was with me with the same tears in her eyes when we watched Rocky Balboa in his last movie a couple of years ago.

It was 12 years ago that we left for our Honeymoon to Destin, FL. Our flight was cancelled and instead of waiting till the next day, we loaded up the car and drove instead. It turned out the be one of the biggest highlights of the trip. We spent hours talking and enjoying each other. Of course when we got to Destin and saw the soft sand, I had to take full advantage of it. We ran sprints every night to reap the benefits of a great leg workout on sand. What can I say, I am the ultimate romantic.

Anyways, it has been a wonderful 12 years and we are blessed beyond words. God has been very good to us. We have had tough times that made us stronger and we have had great times that made us thankful. Most of all we have LOVE.


Lessons for Life

As a teacher I am constantly ask by my students why they need to learn certain things if they don't see them being relevant later in life. I have to admit that I sometimes have a hard time answering some of those questions because the fact is that many things I learned in school are not useful at all as an adult. Don't get me wrong, education should be one of our main priorities but there are those classes that in hindsight were really not that important. It really depends on your chosen field or profession whether certain subjects remain relevant as an adult.

So as a parent I am left with an incredible responsibility. I have to guide my children and hopefully teach and instill in them future priorities and values that will last a lifetime. I have to ask myself whether signing my kids up for this or that is really necessary. I know some parents who constantly have to have their kids in any and everything possible. Wanting your kids to explore many various activities and opportunities is good and will help them discover certain gifts and passions along life's journey. What I see happening though is that we are taking our eyes off the prize. We seem so busy to expose our kids to everything that we forget to focus on those things that will stay with them for a lifetime.

The fact is that many of the activities that we sign our kids up for will only last through Jr. High and maybe High School at best. We will spend hundreds and even thousands of dollars, not to mention hours and hours of our time, on activities and time fillers that will come to a screeching halt before our children even become adults. That is why I am so happy with the Trinity Fitness Kids training. I want my kids to experience the invaluable lessons that come from team sports, dance lessons, and various activities but my priority is to give them something that they can and will pursue for a lifetime.

Ballet and Football will last but for a season while fitness can last a lifetime and will determine the quality of that life.


Training Schedule

Come join us for a workout like no other!!! You won't find a ton of fixed machines here nor will your workouts take a lot of time, yet it will be more effective than anything you have ever done!

Instructors - Randy & Amber Blair

Training Schedule

Monday & Thursday -


Location - 1312 Underwood Rd. Deer Park, 77536

Price - $120 for 8 classes (just $15 per class)

Call or email to reserve your spot today.  We look forward to helping you get on the right track. You can learn more about Trinity Fitness by clicking on the What We Do link.

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