Nutrition Coaching

Nutrition and weight loss is as simple as eating healthy and exercising.

Except that isn’t as simple as it sounds, is it?

Whether your goal is weight loss, muscle gain, training for an event, or just a general lifestyle change there are a lot of factors that impact success.

Sleep. Social relationships. Willpower. Limiting factors.

That’s where coaching comes in.

A coach can help you evaluate your goals, set a timeline to meet them, and give you the tools you need to succeed. Sometimes the act of enlisting a coach is enough to keep you on track to meet your goals, while most times coaches are able to look at the bigger picture and point out limiting factors you didn’t even know were influencing you.

Coaching Programs

The Strong in Body, Strong in Mind coaching programs aren’t about dieting and meal plans; they’re about learning how to eat while building a healthy relationship with food. By focusing on small, sustainable actions, I will help you as you learn healthy habits that will serve as a foundation on which you can build your goals.

This isn’t a diet or a quick fix. This program reintroduces you to food so that you can eat what your body needs to be healthy. It incorporates all aspects of your health: sleep, stress, activity levels, and more. By learning how to set goals and overcome challenges, you will gain the skills you need to lead a happy and healthy lifestyle.

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 One-on-One Coaching

 Small Group Coaching


What is Precision Nutrition?

Precision Nutrition has used their world-renowned training program to certify some of the top nutrition coaches in the industry. These coaches help elite athletes (think NHL and UFC), amateur level athletes training for an event or competition, and average folks just looking to make a change. They don’t promote any fad diets or quick gimmicks. Precision Nutrition teaches the science behind digestion, metabolism, and energy transfer then teaches coaches to translate it into outcome-based decision making using basic human psychology.