let’s be real for a second.
We get it.
Keeping up with life alone is a challenge.
Putting forth the extra effort needed to care for and nourish your body falls to the bottom of the list.
Especially when easier, unhealthy choices bombard us at every turn.
If this is you, we’re glad you found us.
It’s time to put you first.
focused + fit is a personalized program to improve your health.
Reach your goals. Change your relationship with food. Become a more educated consumer.
focused + fit is:
online or in-person nutrition coaching tailored to your life + all of its demands
we communicate like you do:
in-person, virtual, email, or text-based support
personal coaching + hands-on planning
we meet you where you are — mentally and physically
One-on-one, hour-long counseling session to evaluate nutrition habits, needs and areas for improvement, so you have a plan to implement. Perfect starting place to assess where you are and the changes you can make to improve your health.
Personalized nutrition plan with built-in, ongoing accountability to help you reach your goals. Program includes weekly online check-ins, plan refinement and support for navigating life’s curveballs. Ideal for reaching weight loss goals and athletes in training.
body transformation + weekly meetings
All of the nutrition support you need plus weekly meetings to ensure extra accountability. We realize some people need to hear another voice and are less engaged with technology. If you are committed to change and want the extra personal touch, this will help.
Putting all the pieces together can require some new approaches and new tools. Let us help you makeover your kitchen, teach you to cook, master meal planning, take a smart shopping field trip. Accelerate your learning curve with our proven tips and tricks, so you can sustain your new healthier life.
As I progressed in my training for Ironman Texas, I realized I would have to improve my approach to my nutrition if I were going to do well in my first Ironman. I consulted with focused+fit to fine tune my hydration and nutrition strategy to power me through the race. focused + fit provided me guidance on how to stock my kitchen, construct a meal plan for training days and understand how many calories I needed to fuel my training day in and day out. This information was very valuable to me as a newbie to the sport of triathlon. Lisa really kept it simple, and I was not overwhelmed. In addition, she taught me to listen to the signals that my body gave me regarding nutrition/hydration throughout training, so I could adjust as I trained as well. From a nutrition standpoint, my race went great. I was able to eat what was comfortable for me, and complete the race well-fueled and without any GI issues, which is always a big concern for long-course athletes.
recent thoughts and tips
The average American consumes roughly 152 pounds of sugar a year, according to the US. Department of Health and Human Services. When you consider that fact, it’s not difficult to guess why we, as a nation, struggle with obesity and diabetes. Mildly overweight people usually store about 5% of the sugar they eat for energy. They metabolize about 60% and they store about 35% as fat for future energy needs. The problem is that we rarely need to tap into those fat stores so they just keep accumulating.
Our “Sweet Tooth” is killing us. Read More
Like it or not, we’re all human. No matter how much self-discipline we have or how strong our willpower is, there will come a time when we want Peanut M&Ms real bad. Guess what? There’s nothing wrong with that – and I encourage you to go ahead and enjoy them mindfully!
Does that advice sound counter-intuitive to everything you’ve heard about losing weight or healthy living? Let me explain.
I have to kick off this post by saying that I’m not judging anyone for drinking. Heck, I have cocktails as a planned indulgence, too. So let’s be clear that this is not a “do as I say, not as I do” situation. I just want to share some information about alcohol and weight loss so you can make an informed choice.
I will never tell any of my clients that they should “never” drink alcohol again. Hey, if it’s your birthday and you want to have some wine, go ahead! Read More
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