“If you can make time to work out 3 days a week, 30-60 minutes each time, you can significantly change your weight.” If you still feel like you don’t have enough time to do even that, she suggests jump-roping for 10 minutes right when you get up.
With the help of those closest to her along with Tony Robbins’ program to transform your life, Michelle can proudly say she’s been an active personal trainer for two years now.
Michelle took a look at her life and realized that despite her close support circle of family and friends, a great job, and wonderful lifestyle, something was missing and that was in the love department.
She could not answer the simple question of why she was still single.
Finding herself in a string of bad relationships, the problem she was facing was her attraction to bad boys, the strong alpha male types: “BAD BOYS ARE BAD BOYS, THEY ARE NOT GOOD.” Maybe it had to do with her nurturing nature that challenged her to want to find the good in these bad boys, but that proved unsuccessful.
Can you imagine having cameras documenting your every move in the house (besides the bathroom) each and every day for ten weeks?
She coped with being in such a stressful environment by waking up an hour and a half before all the other cast mates to work out.Her sister even admitted trying to submit Michelle for the show a few seasons ago but it never worked out.Taking this advice to heart and ultimately looking for help to see what she was doing wrong in regards to relationships, she went to Miami to start filming.When asked about her ideal guy, she says trust and honesty is hands down the #1 quality she looks for, along with being a hard worker, sharing her ideal of having a family, and of course having that initial attraction when you meet that someone.Hearing about the audition for the show through her agent, the main reason she decided to be a part of the cast was her best friend and sister who admitted to being such a big fan of the show, especially host Steve Ward.Nearly 1.9 million viewers have tuned in for each episode of VH1 Tough Love, the hit show that takes a group of single women and puts them through a rigorous relationship boot camp where they must follow host Steve Ward’s dating rules.