What would it take to become the best version of yourself? Would becoming physically fit help? Our guest, Courtney Roselle who is a Functional Strength Coach thinks it would. She tells us, ”I truly believe that in particular, strength training not only has the result of making you physically stronger but also is parallel to making you a mentally strong human being”.Courtney is also an advocate for positive body image and in this regards, she is a is a motivational speaker at youth groups in Middle and High Schools. She goes on, "…strength training slowly breaks you down and makes you struggle to…build you back up to exactly where you need to be. Investing in strength training is investing in your future to be strong enough to play with your children/grandchildren, to get out of bed in the morning, and to be an independent human being”. When she was introduced to strength training, Courtney became part of a community of "extremely strong women” with very positive mindsets and who were, ”comfortable with who they were, they owned who they were with no apologies…I wished that I had someone in my teens and young twenties to guide me to be comfortable in my own skin” Today, Courtney does exactly this for people of all ages through her company so aptly named, Iron-Grace.