An empowering six-week course designed to cut through the myths and confusion of nutrition once and for all. Perfect for any female looking to create lasting change to their body composition though evidence-based education. Grounded in science and based on almost three decades of successful application in practice, this course will guide and teach you everything you need to know to create lasting change in your body.
What Clients Say
"I loved being part of a supportive group of women of all fitness levels sharing ideas, learning all about nutrition, and celebrating wins large and small."
Weekly Expert Zooms
Weekly Education Modules
12-Weeks of Workouts
Private Facebook Group
50+ Macro-Friendly Recipes
MEET THE EXPERTS
Hailey Babcock - Certified Personal Trainer
Dr. Tony Boutagy - Exercise Physiologist
Dr. Kimberly Mallett - Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Laura Hickey - Registered Dietician
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
How to navigate and use My Fitness Pal to track calories with a Registered Dietician
How each of the three macronutrients play into body composition and the importance of each
The importance of quality sleep and managing stress as it relates to weight loss
Education on behavior/habit change from a clinical Psychologist specializing in this area
How to calculate your calories to meet your nutrition goals(lose weight, build muscle, etc.)
The dangers of aggressive dieting on metabolism and health
What supplements are of value and which ones to avoid
The role of hydration in a fat loss phase as well as for fitness goals
How to calorie cycle to fuel for the demands of training
How menopause plays into body composition and what needs are different if any when we hit this new stage of life
The benefits of strength training and cardio and how you prioritize them in a week for maximum results
Popular diets and the pros and cons they might have on body composition
Tony has a PhD in exercise and sports science from Charles Darwin University in Australia and is an Exercise Physiologist. Having conducted over 50,000 training sessions in his career that has spanned 25 years, Tony is regarded as one of the premier personal trainers in the country.
Dr. Mallett is a Clinical Psychologist and Research Professor at Penn State University. She specializes in designing and evaluating interventions to modify health-related behaviors. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Mallett has received multiple grants from the National Institutes of Health supporting her research and has authored over 100 peer reviewed publications. In addition to her research she also has a private practice where she enjoys working with individuals directly. She spends her free time with her husband Ryan in the mountains of Colorado cycling, hiking, and skiing.