Get the 3 Proven Steps You Need to Maintain Your Weight Through the Holidays

It’s that time of year when we look forward to the food and family but also dread the potential (or should I say probable) weight gain.

The extra weight and inches are frustrating and make you start to think about all of the changes you want to make in the new year. Does any of this sound familiar?

You may even be considering trying one of the latest diet trends. I won’t lie to you and tell you that I never considered (or tried) the popular weight loss trends at the time.  I did.  But even they frustrated me because:

  • I didn’t like how they made me feel
  • The “results” weren’t sustainable
  • I knew they weren’t healthy in the long run

You’ve been probably been there:

  • Forcing yourself to follow a diet that you don’t even like
  • Drinking disgusting concoctions
  • Starving yourself
  • Fanatically exercising, just to burn out

These were all just temporary band-aids that eventually threw you right back into the vicious cycle of stopping, gaining weight, and trying a new trend.  It’s time to stop that. Now.

You know you need a lifestyle shift that will be sustainable.  This training will show you how to do that so that you can get the results you want without hating the steps to get there. And you don’t have to wait until the new year to start making those changes.




As a Certified Personal Trainer, I’ve helped hundreds of people who are on their journey to a healthier lifestyle.  I don’t believe in fad diets, but instead adopting a healthier lifestyle. The change happens with your mindset first so that’s my focus.

As a former Adjunct Professor and Corporate Trainer, I’ve always had the desire to educate people.  While I enjoyed those jobs, I realized my passion was to help people get healthier and look better. I decided to merge my training skills and love for fitness to be able to provide the best programs I can for my clients and gain specializations in Fitness Nutrition and Weight Management.

I offer virtual training programs (meal and exercise), unique fitness products (playing cards), and consultations.