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How I can help you

12 Week Coaching Program

Goals:

    • Establish a new, sustainable eating plan that nourishes your body, provides good energy levels, improves health indicators, and allows gradual loss of excess weight.
    • Identify and implement exercises that challenge your body appropriately and feel good,  and track progress. 

 

6 Month Coaching Program

Key Features:

    • Establish a new, sustainable eating plan that nourishes your body, provides good energy levels, improves health indicators, and allows gradual loss of excess weight. Continue to refine and improve the plan to optimize progress and ensure it is both enjoyable and sustainable in the long term.
    • Identify exercises that challenge your body appropriately and feel good; progressively increase exercise as strength increases; and track progress. 

 

1 Year Coaching Program

Key Features:

    • Establish a new, sustainable eating plan that nourishes your body, provides good energy levels, improves health indicators, and allows gradual loss of excess weight. Continue to refine and improve the plan to optimize progress and ensure it is both enjoyable and sustainable in the long term.
    • Implement an ongoing program of exercises that challenge your body appropriately, progressively build strength and endurance, and track progress over time. 

 

About Me

I have a BS in biology and a master’s in German. At the time of the photo above, I was a writer, editor, translator, language teacher, volunteer and mom. Pretty much everything I did involved words and thinking (or cooking).

Even as a child, I’d been a nerd and a reader, uncoordinated, nearsighted, non-flexible, and generally picked last for teams during gym class.

Although I did enjoy swimming, riding my bike, and galloping around my back yard pretending to be a horse, being physically active was not part of my identity.

A few months after the photo above was taken, I read a book called Younger Next Year, which presents two simple principles to fight and even reverse aging (which was starting to be a concern for me at age 52):

  1. “Don’t eat crap.”
  2.  Work out for an hour a day, including strength training twice a week, for the rest of your life.

That sounds right, I thought. But it seemed hard to imagine.