Fitness Tips

3 tips to lose weight for results that last

Over 4 and half years between these pictures. Not only have I kept my results, they keep getting better.

I get a lot of questions about how to lose weight and keep it off for good.

Here are a few of my tips:

1. Be Patient! Sustainable results are slow going. If the process was quick and easy we would all be walking around in our dream bodies. Losing 2-4 pounds a month is amazing progress!

2. Set daily realistic goals that you can actually achieve. Come this January if you haven’t exercised in months, don’t expect to hit it hard from the start, training 6 days a week an hour everyday. This will burn you out.

3. Celebrate all of your wins, big and small. If you make a mistake. That’s okay. Learning how to lose weight and keep it off is a skill. It takes practice. Don’t beat yourself up. Be kind and keep going.

If you are curious about what it would be like to have me as your one on one coach to help you reach your own fitness goals check out my online fitness coaching service and also read my client testimonials. All found on my website. Link below. I know the kind of work it takes to make this journey successful, but I also know how to make it both enjoyable and empowering too. I currently have some spots open for the start of the new year 2021 if you are ready to learn how to make results that last.🤗

Fit Recipes!

Enjoy candy and reach your fitness goals with this easy high protein recipe.

Recipe: 5 Minute No Bake Crustless Candy Topped Protein Cheesecake

Learn how to enjoy candy and reach your fitness goals at the same time with this delicious high protein dessert or snack. This macro friendly recipe is here to help you enjoy candy in moderation. Shown with a double portion because I had the room in my own calorie and macro budget. When it comes to recipes and customizing for your own needs, go for it and make some tweaks.

Serves 1

209 calories

22g protein

20g carbohydrate

4g fat

*macros may vary slightly depending on which candy you choose


15ml 1% milk 
10g PEScience CakePop Select Protein Powder 
5g Jello Cheesecake Instant Pudding Mix 
125g nonfat Greek yogurt 
1 snack size candy bar of choice 


In a small bowl mix the milk with the protein powder and pudding mix. It will make a thick frosting like consistency. Then stir in the yogurt mixing well. Finish by topping with your crumbled candy bar of choice. Viola! Done!! Can be enjoyed right away or made ahead of time for an easy breakfast, snack or dessert. Enjoy within a day or two of preparing. Store in the refrigerator.


Enjoy on it’s ow or with some fresh fruit.

This is one of 45+ recipes you will find in my e cookbook. Every recipe is designed to be both delicious and to help you reach your fitness goals! Find the link to my e cookbook below. Every week I am adding new recipes. Once purchased you will have access to every recipe including any new ones added in the future. That way you always stay inspired with your food!

Find out more about everything I offer through my website.

Fit Recipes!

Easy and quick recipe so you can make your own energy protein bars at home!

Recipe~No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Protein Bars

These bars are an easy and inexpensive energy dense snack perfect for the work week or while running errands. Great to bring along to keep hunger at bay and they also taste great! So much better than a store bought bar! Kiddos also love them!! For an easy and on the go complete meal pair with a piece of fruit and a single serve Greek yogurt. Keep cold in a cooler unless you plan to enjoy within an hour or two of removing from the refrigerator. They are not shelf stable.

Serves 16

For 1 serving (89g)

318 calories

18g protein

31g carbohydrate

15g fat


500g old fashioned oats

403ml coconut milk (1 can)

200g PEScience Gourmet Vanilla Select Protein Powder (or other favorite protein powder, a vegan protein works too!)

200g natural peanut butter

150g chocolate chips

1/4 tsp ground pink Himalayan salt


Grind the oats in a food processor. Put the ground oats in a large mixing bowl. Add the chocolate chips and salt.

In a food processor or blender, blend the coconut milk, peanut butter and protein powder.

Pour this mixture into the oats and raisins and stir until it is all combined. It will be gooey!

On a parchment lined cookie sheet pour the mixture. Add another layer of parchment on top to help you spread the gooey and sticky mixture flat and even.

Place in the refrigerator to set. This will take a day. You will know they are all the way set when they remove easily from the parchment. You can still cut and eat them when they are still sticky, but it makes it much easier if they are all the way set. Makes 16, 89g bars. Store for up to 5-6 days in the refrigerator or store individually in the freezer so you have easy snacks ready for whenever you need a quick and filling snack.

This is one of 45+ recipes you will find in my e cookbook. Every recipe is designed to be both delicious and to help you reach your fitness goals! I am adding more recipes weekly. With the purchase of my cookbook you will always have access to the new recipes coming in too at no extra charge! Find the link to my e cookbook below.

Find out more about everything I offer through my website.

Fitness Tips

I’ve lost weight and kept it off. The latest results of my mini cut. I’m now 143 pounds down!

I am down 143 pounds in total now since having my daughter February 2016. Less than half my starting weight. Only from training at home with my daughter by my side.

My transformation has not been quick. I have never seen a huge change in 8 or even 12 weeks.

But my results, though slow, are lasting and sustainable and they only get better in time.

In the last 8 weeks of my nearly 5 year journey I went on a mini cut with the goal of losing 8-10 pounds in 8 weeks.

Here are my results.

Down 9 pounds

Down 2 inches off my waist

Hit a Hip Thrust personal best of 375 for 4 reps.

I didn’t miss a day of steps, training, or nailing my nutritional targets.

I had pizza on the weekends via calorie cycling.

I had chocolate everyday through flexible dieting, I just made sure I was still compliant to my calorie and macro targets.

My calories never dropped below an average of 2,090 a day and 250g of carbs. This is because I was easily maintaining my weight before the mini cut on an average of 2,700 calories. There was no need to slash my calories too low.

Now my focus shifts back to the goal of maintaining my weight loss. This is just as much as a goal as losing the weight was.

I want you to know what is possible with time and consistency. It is not only possible to get results, but keep them as well.

Learning how to lose weight and keep it off is a skill that everyone can learn. It is not easy, but like with any skill you will get better at it with practice.

If you are interested in having me coach you along your own journey to lose weight and keep it off for good then check out my online fitness coaching service. If you want to lose weight, gain muscle, and get stronger in a sustainable way I am here to help. Find out more by going to my website. Link Below.