Find inspiration and see how people have transformed their lives using the Core Performance system.
Name: Ann Marie Piotrowski
Occupation: HR analyst for Walgreens
Goal: Qualify for the Boston Marathon
Ann Marie Piotrowski was ready to get serious. After completing three Chicago Marathons—the first as a “bucket list” quest, the next two out of love—Piotrowski did what successful people do. She set herself a tough goal: Boston’s 26.2-mile race. She needed to shave over 30 minutes off her best time to qualify for the famous Massachusetts miler, to conquer its 3:35 entry standard.
If you think it’s hard to complete a marathon in less than three hours, try finishing one in over seven hours. Walking a marathon has unique mental, physical, and emotional challenges compared to running the race.
We love hearing from everyone who uses our online training programs, and we decided to share some of the success stories we receive so that their success might inspire your success. Use the achievements below as motivation to write your own transformation story. If you're not a member yet, try one of our training programs free for 10 days, and tell us how you like it!
Hometown: Chandler, Arizona
Occupation: Marketing Manager, Intel
In late 2010, C&S Wholesale Grocers tapped Core Performance, a leader in corporate wellness, to ignite healthy change within a team of workers on the front lines of their operation—an operation larger than any other food wholesaler in the nation.
Hometown: Gilbert, Arizona
Occupation: Factory Operations, Semi-Conductor Industry, Intel
Occupation: NHL hockey player
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Hometown: Malibu, CA
Occupation: Business co-owner
Hometown: Santa Monica, CA
Occupation: Fitness and wellness consultant
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