Is it time to finally stop the struggle & get fit for good?
You know that having a fitness and food practice that works for you is not just empowering, it’s a necessity. There’s one problem…
it’s impossible to stick to your fitness goals, when your willpower wilts and your motivation leaves.
Serious about change?
Ready to be supported 100%?
Then it’s time to try something completely different.
As a serial entrepreneur, I’ve started and sold four companies and my only “real” job ever was as the Chief Love Officer of True.com. I was fired after 6 months when I couldn’t stop telling the owner how to run his company. Guess you could say I was unemployable, 🙂 but I’m totally ok with that.
I love my work, but it also led me to major burnout when all the hustle caused me to not be able to get out of bed one morning.I was in so much pain I couldn’t move. While I laid there feeling sorry for myself, I also considered how the hell I got there and what I needed to do.
That crazy injury gave me time to acknowledge that “doing-all-the-things” (running a business, caretaker for my mom, keeper of the family, general contractor for the new house) had actually led me to not being able to do any of the things I actually wanted to do.
Want to know the most embarrassing part of this story? During the time of my injury, I was hosting fitness events every weekend. I was always just one slippery step away from injury because I didn’t take the time to really take care of myself. I didn’t have the true foundation of fitness, strength, and flexibility needed.
With my background in fitness, training others and adventure I knew exactly what steps needed to happen to recover and thrive (even if I hadn’t been doing it). I decided it was time for a change and I came back stronger and fitter than ever.
Smart. Busy. Successful, they were all repeating the working woman’s mantra – “Next week, next month, then I have time, then I’ll focus on my fitness, lose weight, get my energy back”. Then another week would fly by.
I roped in a couple of good friends. They both had gained weight, lost their energy and just didn’t feel the way they wanted to feel. They were my guinea pigs, the test bunnies 🙂 After 4-weeks things started changing for both of them. We were doing coaching calls, weekly accountability calls and a bi-weekly check in via FB. Coaching got them moving and accountability was the glue that held it together. One friend lost 15 pounds over 2 months, the other ran a 5K for the first time in her life. They both felt invincible. So, in came 4 more friends and even better results.
That’s when the Fit is Freedom movement was born. I’ve had the privilege to help 1000’s of women learn how to transform their health and lifestyle so they could reach their full potential.
I would be honored if you would join our “movement” …it never matters where you’re starting from the only thing that counts is you want a transformation, whatever that means for you!
I know how it feels to not feel good. To think that maybe it’s time to throw in the towel, that just maybe it’s all downhill from here…baloney! Our bodies are amazingly resilient. How we think about our fitness is as important as what we do. Energy comes from movement. If we aren’t having fun, then what we’re doing is not sustainable. Play, friends, accountability, motivation, community and commitment will get you a 1000% further than another diet-of-the-month.
I can’t wait to connect, hugs ~
PS Feeling great has lead to so many of my passions! Over the years I’ve become an avid cyclist, whitewater kayaker, hiked and backpacked many beautiful places and met some extraordinary people (ask me about Robert Redford, Gene Hackman, and Sean Conery – no lie!) But, movie stars aside, some of my favorite people are the entrepreneurs I’ve met like Amy Porterfield, Jim Fortin and Brandon Lucero. Plus, I won a Mastermind with Jeff Walker and 10 friends and we all hung out in Durango together.