I was all prepped and ready to head to law school after undergrad to that whole "get a real job" thing but I decided to take a year off to do something I really loved.
Little did I realize that “something” would change the course of my future for the next decade+.
And truthfully...I sucked at first. I sold pre-made meal plans with way too few calories, I had people tracking calories burned, I subscribed to "cheat meals"....I thought I knew it all. I've made mistakes. I've fucked up. I was young.
But all of those mistakes have made me the coach I am today.
I work with men and women of all ages with some combination of a few goals...
• Fat loss
• Muscle gain
• Strength + performance
• Improved relationship with food
• Improved health biomarkers
My clients have an idea of "what" they need to do but struggle putting it together in a productive, organized fashion so they can sustain results long term.
Carbs are bad! Fat is bad! Light weights are best! Cardio is best! Too much protein damages your kidneys! It's your hormones!!!
I'll teach you how to weed through the noise and establish some sustainable habits that help utilize fitness + nutrition to live your best life.
I will take out all the guesswork when it comes to your nutrition and training plan and make sure everything is tailored to you so it can be sustained long term.
I'm not here to take your money (eye roll, I know...but seriously). I'm here to help you decide what you really want, weigh the pros and cons of different goals and methods, and help you execute a plan that doesn't takeover your life.
My first client ever...
I gave her precise meal plans and she executed. I had no clue wtf I was doing...but she lost a lot of weight. I thought I had it figured out.
After a year or two she moved away. I patted myself on the back and thought I had changed her life forever.
When I asked her what she wanted to do about it, she sent me the same meal plans I had used with her 2 years prior.
It hit me: I did not teach her anything. I did not get to know her and her preferences to build sustainable habits so she'd be better off after we were done. Like every 21 year old kid who thinks he has it all figured out...I just TOLD her what to do. I let her down.
I didn't I didn't place enough emphasis on the long game.
I've spent the last decade educating myself and making sure everyone who works with me is left in a better place than when they started.
Yeah...there's nothing wrong with wanting to look good naked
Or fit into your clothes better
Or build more muscle...
But for me, there's nothing better than helping you realize this isn't about creating your leanest body. It's about living your best life.
Can fat loss be a part of that journey?
But it's my job to help you find where fitness and nutrition fit best in YOUR life
That's why I love my job so much