Certified Health and Behavioral Coach & Personal Trainer
When I turned 40 (even with all my extensive fitness and nutrition knowledge), I started looking for more specific answers to questions like:
Why do I keep sabotaging myself?
Why do I feel so outta control??
Are my hormones outta whack? Is this even normal??
Is this what happens when you get over 40??!
Why do I feel like I gain 5 pounds when I look at a doughnut?!
I am soooo busy! How do I juggle family, friends and career and STILL be healthy and fit?
I understand what it feels like when you feel like food controls you.
I get it when you try on those pants and they are waaaay too snug…which spirals into a “what is wrong with me/why can’t I do this?!”
I know very well what it is like to struggle to want to look a certain way and to be frustrated with the number on the scale.
I understand your feelings of disgust when you just don’t know why you can’t lose weight and keep it off.
Things are much different now!
Since turning 40 (more than 7 years ago), I have devoured every bit of knowledge I could get my hands on fitness, nutrition and mindset.
I’ve experimented on myself then tested my ideas on my clients. My clients began losing more weight, decreasing inches and feeling fabulous in their own skin AND decreased the feelings of sacrifice and deprivation that typically comes with dieter’s mentality.
And now I want to share what I have learned with you!
What I discovered is weight loss is less about what you do and more about what you think.
Yes, you need to eat healthy and move your body but if you don’t have your head on straight you will never succeed in losing weight permanently.