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Member Spotlight 2018 | Movember Edition: Gil Rodis

In an effort to highlight and bring more awareness to Men’s Health for Movember, we wanted to spotlight a few of our Reign Men this month…

…to help us get to know the individuals that make up our community better.

***If you haven’t checked out what Reign Fitness is doing for Movember take a quick second to read through the post below…

➡️ Team Preign Mantis | Movember 2018


Now onto the Member Spotlight and Gil Rodis! He's one of the kindest human beings I've ever met and is always there to lend a helping hand.

He's always got your back no matter one and is constantly supporting others through their health & fitness journey.

Name: Gilfred Rodis


Occupation: Nutrition Services at Seattle Children’s Hospital

1. What (who) brought you to Reign?

My wife Nicole brought me to an event at the old location when at the time, I was too shy to go in and watch her workout. But she finally convinced me to go in after the workout and grab some pizza and beer just to hang out for a little bit.

And the rest is history. Well after seeing her transformation also helped me get back into the gym as well.

2. What made you decide to participate in 'Movember?'

Last year I did it and I just wanted to do it again this year. And it’s a good excuse not to shave for a month lol.

3. What is the most significant change - whether social, physical, mental…you have experienced since you have been here?

The most significant change was getting in the habit of eating better and staying in shape. When I first started, I remember there were push-ups and I couldn’t even do 4 straight.

It made me realize that how bad out of shape I was and I had to do something about it.

4. Tell us a little about yourself. What's a Day In The Life of Gil?

I am the middle child of three boys. I got my name from a combination of my mom and dad’s name. (Gilma & Godofredo). I have a DVT in my left leg and that’s why you see me wearing a compression sleeve all the time.

Pretty much my whole day consist of working, going to the gym, playing with Porkchop our corgi, spending time with the wife and repeat.

5. Share your favorite memory so far at Reign.

My favorite memory so far had to be my first small group workout.

That workout kicked my butt!

I remember laying on the floor for so long that I thought I wouldn’t be able to stand for the rest of the week. Ever since then I was hooked on bettering myself.

6. What are your goals or aspirations leading into the New Year?

My goals for next year is to stay consistent with eating better food and trusting the process. I tend to get caught up with so many things that I forget to take care of myself.