I don’t know about you, but I started my fitness journey because I wanted to look and feel supremely healthy. I wanted to glow and ooze light and balance and happiness. I wanted to feel so sexy and confident in my own skin.
I wanted to connect with my own femininity.
It was all about transformation. It was about breaking new ground and hitting new highs – both competitively and during my day-to-day.
BUT LET ME LET YOU IN ON A LITTLE SECRET
This fitness industry lies to you constantly.
They lie to you about how long true transformation takes.
They lie about how hard it is, while also making it seem WAY harder than it is – when you focus on the right things.
But it get’s worse.
- They won’t tell you that improving your physique won’t make you happy.
- They won’t tell you that you have more value than just the way you look.
- They won’t tell you that there’s more to life than just the gym.
- They won’t tell you that your social life doesn’t have to suffer.
I know what it’s like to go through the 8-week challenge – over and over again, thinking maybe, just MAYBE this time it will work. This time it will be different.
To smash yourself in the gym, with your food – to see hardly any changes in the mirror.
To feel hardly any improvement. To be frustrated. To feel alone.
I know all of this because that’s what I felt at the start.
… and it was scary as hell.
After a while, I figured out what to focus on to build my self-esteem. To build my confidence.
… and while the training and nutrition are important, it’s not the answer.
Chances are, if you’re here, you’re looking for the same thing.
Nutrition and training helped me win competitions, but the mindset side was crucial to pick myself up on all those days when I thought I wasn’t good enough.
Most come to me looking for transformations, some have fitness goals, others just want to look good in a swimsuit.
But when I dig into what they really want, 90% of the time it is to FEEL confident. To feel good in their own skin. To look at themselves in the mirror and feel good… rather than feeling like something needs to be changed.
This is why I go out of my way to do things the RIGHT way… in a SUSTAINABLE way… in an ETHICAL way.
Sure, I could give you programs for 30 days, 6 weeks, 12 weeks. I could starve you with nutrition plans that are completely unsustainable.
But I won’t put you through that. That’s not working hard. That’s torture and completely not required to get the results you’re looking for.
Meanwhile, there are trainers out there “training” their clients in dangerous and borderline unethical ways – like eating 500 calories a day while doing cardio 5-6 days a week.
COACHING @ $300/Month5-MONTH PROGRAM:
100% tailored and personalized nutrition and training plans. Adjusted as required for you to hit your specific goals.
Initial welcome call via Skype
Weekly Check-Ins with personalized feedback from Courtney & Team.
Monthly scheduled Skype call to track progress.
Access to exclusive live interviews and webinars as well as either the Men or Women’s Balanced Bodies community forums.
YOGA $100/SessionThis is for one in-person, 60-minute yoga session, in-studio or your home if you are located in Southern California. The class is customized to your abilities and safe for all levels.
I owe a lot of my strength to my yoga practice. Yoga is a wonderful way to not only connect with your body and breath but to also strengthen your mind-muscle connection which carries over into the time you spend with weights. When you sign up for yoga with me, you are signing up for a completely customized class. The perfect Vinyasa flow that is restorative yet challenging.
NUTRITION $250Nutrition is one of the trickiest parts of fitness and reaching your goals. This is a one-time consult of your nutrition based on your goals, plus 1 adjustment depending on what works for you.
The importance of proper nutrition is something that I cannot stress enough. My goal here is to teach you how to eat to maximize your training. I will take a look at your current nutrition and guide you into new, healthier eating habits. What’s the point of spending time in the gym if you are unknowingly hindering your progress by what you eat?