Micaiah Lausche  



Dreaming, Believing, Creating 


It all started when...Well, there has been a few "it all started When" in my life. I could say it all started when I was a child. I was a very active child, never staying in one place very long. One moment I would be workingout to Jane Fonda and the next moment putting on my own dance/fashion Show. I remember creating plays, singing with my dad and playing. My parents knew at a young age that I LOVED to dance. So at age 3 I began taking dance lessons. The next 20 years of my life would be spent taking dance classes, performing with my Best Friend, and learning the Art of Dance.

During my Middle and High school years, I found another passion. Running Track. I loved every moment of it. I trained hard and saw results from my training. I also learned the importances of having a great coach. My Dad, who was my main Track Coach, helped me to fine tune my training. He's coaching and teaching style has still stuck with me to this day. 

When my husband and I moved from my home State of New Mexico to the wide open country of North Dakota, I felt lost. It was as though my roots where completely gone and I didn't know who I was anymore. As time went by, I became accustomed to the new lifestyle of being a Farmer's Wife. I have loved learning all the intricacies of what goes on in the Farm World. So in these moments another "It all started When" happened. First my passion for fitness was renewed. Some of my friends where wanting to get back into shape and so was I. In my head I begin creating routines that brought in my love of dance and my love of strength training. My friends would say, "you could be our trainer". I would just laugh and say to myself "that would be great but I'm no trainer, but I could try." My friends took a chance on me and I begin creating workouts for them. Each week they would make the drive to my house, with kids in tow and we would workout in my basement. Those were great memories and the beginning of LivFit Fitness routines. During that same time, my father-in-law was starting to suffer more from.....