Over the last 4 years, I've been on an amazing journey to reclaim my health and wellness. At the age of 49, I was labeled by the doctor as obese and pre-diabetic with high blood pressure and high cholesterol. This was the catalyst for making changes to my lifestyle. I was on a mission and certainly never expected the results that I have achieved so far.

During the first year, I spent a fair amount of time experimenting with different foods and recipes, gaining an understanding of portion

Even with that prior fitness, the 30 minute workouts that I started with were uncomfortable and challenging. I would wake up each morning a little achier then the day before. I wouldn't let the aches and discomfort stop me, as I began to see changes in my body at about 2 months in. The scale showed small and steady changes, as well as the measuring tape.

As year one progressed, I frequently hit plateaus on the scale and learned that non-scale victories were just as important. I went deep into my closet to find that smaller sizes were fitting again, as well as seeing that my inches lost was also increasing. I also continued to understand more about food and my relationship with it. 

I built a foundation of healthy habits and routines that first year, which allowed me to rekindle my love of cycling. I bought my first new bike in over a decade and fondly call her the Princessrello. In addition to adding in cycling, I began running again. To my amazement, I was running a pace faster then my early 40s. This was exciting!

size, and learning to love  fruits and vegetables. I was a relatively active person much of my life, with a swimming and cycling background. 

Year two of this journey was just as exhilarating. As I lost the weight and inches, and become leaner, my energy level continued to grow. I changed my workouts from that first year, and instead of 30 minutes a day, workouts were 2.5-3 hours/day. I also returned to the world of triathlon, which meant swimming, cycling, and running, in addition to strength/core work. For the longest time the core work didn't appeal to me, as it was just so uncomfortable to perform. But during that second year, I found myself stronger and more comfortable in my body, and began to look forward to core work. In return, the core work has helped me to become a more efficient runner and has increased my watts/kg on the bike.  

As I begin year 5 of this journey, I continue to refine my own nutritional practices and learn what my body needs to thrive. I remain dedicated to training for triathlon and set new goals for myself, as I love the motivation that chasing goals offers me. 

Certifications and memberships include: Certified Personal Trainer, Sports Nutrition Specialist, Precision Nutrition, Girls Gone Strong-1, Group Fitness Instructor, and Boston Business Women member








I'm excited to offer nutrition coaching and personal training to help you achieve your nutritional, fitness, and wellness goals and dreams.
If you're looking for:

- nutrition coaching & personal training
- motivation

- an accountability partner

- meal planning/prepping

please check out my services or contact me and let's get moving!

A few tools I find invaluable to my own health and wellness:

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A  gut microbiome testing company that offers deep analysis of 11 critical metabolites in your gut using an at-home blood test.

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Check out Plan to Eat (PTE) for meal planning! I've been using PTE for over 5 years. It's a great tool for organizing and planning meals.



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