Fit2DMax’s Vision Statement

Waiting for tomorrow is not an option because Max Nazaire, owner and founder of Fit2DMax, has personal experience with tomorrow not being promised. Fit2DMax was established in 2004 by the Track & Field athlete with the vision to teach and coach millions of Americans to lead healthy and active lifestyles.  Nazaire was an accomplished runner in New York City Area.  Nazaire was recruited by Farmingdale State University in 2000, but it was there that he would experience something that would forever reshape the course of his life.

In 2000 Nazaire suffered from a heart attack while preparing for practice.  Doctors discovered that after a battery of testing that Max suffered from a very rare heart condition called Wolff Parkinson’s White Syndrome. In 2001, Nazaire was enrolled in Beth Israel Hospital for heart surgery.  Later on that year he was enrolled in New York University Medical center for a second heart surgery. By the grace of God and his will to live, he was able to overcome two life threatening heart surgeries.

Nazaire learned three key lessons from his near death experience:
1. Your health is a gift that should not be taken for granted.
2. Be the best that you can be today, for tomorrow is not promised.
3. You must be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to your health.
This experience inspired Nazaire to train his body to be the best that it could possibly be. A tragic situation became the catalyst that Nazaire needed to maximize his second chance at life and to give birth to the vision and the name Fit2DMax. Fit2DMax was founded on the A.D.A.P.T. principles.  These values are the bedrock that allows the Fit2DMax team to apply their personal touch that generates results for each client from every walk of life.

Action – It is good to talk about doing it but action is what makes the world go around.

Diligence – The only way that things are accomplished in our lives is when someone pushes something, pulls something or moves something.

Accountability – How will you assess your successes?  Who’s keeping score in the stadiums and arenas that you targeting to win at?

Passion – Approach everything that you do small or big with love, joy, purpose, and boundless energy.

Teamwork – Championships are won by individuals who understand the importance of playing a specific role on a team and commit whole heartedly to the success of each other.