Revolutionize weight loss, embrace a diet-free journey

Empowering women to thrive, no diets needed

About Me

Hello! My name is Kristin, 41 years young, mom of 4 young girls. I have been in the fitness industry for 20 plus years. I started my journey with high school athletics and gaining experience in the gym with a part time job at the local club. I have progressed to Personal Training in the gym (after gaining my Bachelors of Science degree and a certification). I then moved onto training in a private gym running as my own personal training business. After a few life changes, I went back to school to obtain my associates degree and became a licensed physical therapy assistant. I have gained a better understanding of what helps women succeed. It is not a 1 on 1 training session a few times a week in the gym with no other coaching involved. This is why I now have my online coaching business where I can offer more to you without even seeing you in person and your success is even better because of the coaching and accountability that is offered to you.

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As a woman who has personally overcome the pitfalls of over-exercising, obsession with appearance, under-eating, and severe dieting to achieve a certain look (that was never able to be maintained), I understand the struggles and pressures many woman face in their wellness journey. My own experience has taught me the importance of embracing a balanced and sustainable approach to health and fitness. I know firsthand the negative impact of not allowing ourselves days of rest and self-care. Through my own transformation, I have gained valuable insights and a deep understanding of the challenges that women encounter (especially as a busy mom of 4) when striving for a healthier lifestyle. My mission is to guide and support you on a path that focuses on self – love, nourishment, and long-term well-being. Together, we will build a positive and empowering journey towards lasting change without resorting to extreme measures or restrictive habits all while getting results!



I really wanted to eat healthier and begin to build muscle and be more active.

I liked Kristin’s program because it’s not dieting. It’s about lifestyle and making better choices.

Kristin is very encouraging and listens. She lives the fit life while being a busy mom of 4. She helped me to adapt to each day, and make myself a priority.

I truly enjoyed the whole program. I had many huge obstacles. Lots of family gatherings, vacations, weekends away. Learning more about how and what to eat, fitting in the exercise time has changed my mindset. I am not where I want to be yet with body composition. However, my strength is growing. I can do way more physical labor and look forward to more progress. Ohh and meal prepping is a major factor in my healthier lifestyle. This program was a great set up for me to learn and continue on this journey.


The problem(s) I was trying to solve was consistency and doing the right workouts. Your program really helped me change my mindset which improved my consistency. The workouts you provided were very good, even though I had to modify them due to my back issues. I learned that weight workouts were more effective than cardio, which I didn’t really believe at first lol.

It was also a benefit that I could reach out to you with any questions/problems and you always listened and helped me find solutions. Your coaching was also important with helping me with accountability


I had been trying for years to lose weight I had put on due to a medication. I was taken off the medication but struggled so hard to see any weight come off. I exercised with some popular well known workout programs and I watched what I ate but nothing.


I saw a friend who I had not seen in several months and She looks incredible, she told me about Kristin. I was so inspired by her. She was a REAL woman. A mom of 3 at the time now a mom of 4.  She knew what life was truly like. I tried her 21 day refresh program first and was absolutely amazing. In 21 days I lost 13 pounds. I was eating real food and actually more food than I ever had before. I felt so good. That was November of 2021. I April of 2022 I decided to do the 21 day program again, once I completed the second round I was down a total of 34 pounds. I signed up for her workout program in May of 2022 and have been loving her workouts ever since. They are hand picked by Kristin for me and my abilities. She has always been there to answer my question or provide advice.

I think the thing I love the most is that this was never a diet. It was simply teaching me what to eat, how to eat and making lifestyle changes. Yes I still eat cake and cookies on occasion and have a drink from time to time. It is real results with still living a real life.

I also love that she offers a 5 day refresh every so often just to refresh you on good behaviors if you will.

This has truly been an incredible journey for me and I am so thankful for Kristin and her programs. I found me again. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Prioritize Self-Care – make it a non-negotiable part of your routine.
  • Set Realistic Goals
  • Schedule It – put it in your calendar and treat it as the same importance as meetings or other commitments.
    Fit in a workout during your less hectic time of day (morning or evening), which might require an adjustment of your sleep schedule.
    Involve the family
    Complete short, intense workouts
  • Get support – consider joining a fitness class or hire a coach. Accountability can help you stay consistent.
  • Body weight exercises – no equipment and can be done anywhere.
  • HIIT workouts – high intensity interval training
  • Yoga or Pilates – many videos can be found online
  • Resistance Band exercises
  • Jump Rope
  • Online workout videos (or what I offer in my program)
  • Walking

It is absolutely possible to lose weight without spending hours in the gym. Many successful weight loss journeys rely more on lifestyle changes and overall activity than lengthy gym sessions.

Here’s How:
Diet Matters Most: Weight Loss is primarily influenced by what you eat. Focus on balanced eating that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and whole grains. Avoid or limit sugary drinks and high-calorie, low nutrient foods.

Portion Control, Stay Hydrated, Regular Physical Activity, Intense, Short Workouts, Consistency over Duration, Sleep and Stress Management
Track Progress, Seek Support, Be Patient.

  • Batch Cook Proteins: cook a large batch of lean proteins like chicken, turkey, or tofu at the beginning of the week. You can use these in various dishes throughout the week.
  • Roasted Veggies: roast a variety of vegetables with olive oil and your favorite seasonings. Can be used as a side, added to salads, or used in wraps and sandwiches.
  • Grains: cook a big batch of grains like brown rice, quinoa, or whole wheat pasta. These can serve as a base for many dishes and save on time during the week.
  • Salad Jars: layer salads in Mason Jars with ingredients like lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers & dressing at the bottom. Just shake up when ready to eat.
    Make large batches of homemade sauces and freeze in smaller portions.
    Overnight Oats: grab and go easy for the morning. Oats, yogurt, fruit, nuts, etc.
  • Smoothie Packs: pre-measure smoothie ingredients and freeze them in individual bags. Blend with liquid for a quick breakfast or snack.
  • Pre-cut and wash produce
    Crockpot or instant pot meals
  • Frozen Meal Prep: Make extra portions of what you are making and freeze for busy days when you don’t have time to cook.

Identify Triggers: Pay attention to what triggers your stress or emotional eating. Is it fatigue, work pressure, or family related stressors? Identify the triggers is the first step to managing them.

Mindful Eating: Practice mindful eating by being present and fully experiencing your meals. Avoid distractions like TV or smartphones, and savor each bite. This can help you become more attuned to your bodies hunger.

Emotional Awareness: Learn to recognize your emotions and cope with them in healthier ways. Consider journaling, deep breathing exercises, or meditation to manage stress and emotional responses.

Healthy Coping Strategies: Replace emotional eating with healthier coping strategies. Instead of reaching for food, try activities like going for a walk, taking a bath, talking to a friend.

Plan Balanced Meals: Ensure your meals are balanced and include a variety of nutrients. This can help stabilize your mood and reduce the likelihood of emotional eating due too blood sugar fluctuations.

Regular Eating Schedule: Stick to a regular eating schedule and avoid skipping meals. Skipping meals can lead to excessive hunger, making emotional eating more likely.
Healthy Snacks: Keep healthy snacks readily available, like cut-up veggies, fruit, or Greek yogurt. This can prevent reaching for less nutritious options when your stressed.

Seek Support: Share your feelings and struggles with a trusted friend, family member, or therapist.
Stay Active: Regular physical activity can help reduce stress and improve mood. Find time for short, regular workouts or incorporate physical activity into your daily routine.

Time Management: Prioritize tasks and delegate when possible. Good time management can reduce the stress that often leads to emotional eating.

Professional Help: You may need to enlist the help of a therapist, counselor or coach.

  • While there are no specific exercises that exclusively target post pregnancy weight, there are exercises and strategies that can help new mothers regain their strength, tone their bodies, and promot overall health after pregnancy. Here are some considerations:
    Pelvic Floor Exercises
    Core Strengthening (safe not intense)
  • Cardiovascular Exercises
  • Strength Training
  • Posture Improvement
  • Yoga and Pilates
  • Walking with a stroller
  • Professional Guidance

Boosting energy levels is essential for women to tackle their daily tasks effectively, especially when balancing multiple responsibilities.

Here are some tips:

  • Get Adequate Sleep
  • Stay Hydrated
  • Balanced Diet
  • Frequent, Smaller Meals
  • Limit Caffeine
  • Healthy Snacking
  • Regular Exercise
  • Manage Stress
  • Prioritize Self-Care
  • Sunlight Exposure
  • Stay Organized
  • Stay Positive
  • Limit Alcohol

Here are several strategies you can use:

  • Set Clear Goals – define specific, measurable, and achievable goals. Having a clear target can provide motivation.
  • Create a Routine – establish a consistent workout schedule and meal plan. Routine can make it easier to stick to your fitness and nutrition goals.
  • Find Enjoyable Activities – choose workouts and physical activity that you enjoy.
  • Track Progress – use a fitness journal or app to track your progress. Celebrate your achievements, no matter how small they seem.
  • Accountability – share your goals with a friend, family member or coach
  • Positive Self Talk – replace negative thoughts with positive affirmations. Be kind to yourself and focus on your progress, not perfection.
  • Professional Guidance – consider working with a personal training or nutritional coach who can provide personal guidance and keep you accountable.
  • Remember Your Why – reconnect with our underlying motivations regularly
  • Flexibility – be open to adjusting your routines when life gets busy or circumstances change. Adaptability can prevent frustration and hep you stay on track.

This is generally safe, but always consult with your healthcare provider. Some things to be aware of is your rest and recovery, pelvic floor health, hydration, nutrition & modifications to an exercise routine.

Setting realistic weight loss goals for busy moms is essential, as it allows for sustainable progress while considering the demands of daily life.

Here are some practical weight loss goals:

  • Slow and Steady
    Lifestyle Changes rather than quick fixes
  • Physical Activity
  • Consistency
    Meal Planning
  • Sleep
  • Stress Managemen
  • Support System
  • Self Care
  • Progress Tracking
  • Celebrate Milestones
  • Health over Weight
  • Ultimately, the most important aspect of setting weight loss goals as a busy mom is to ensure that they align with your lifestyle and are achievable within the constraints of your daily responsibilities. Make changes that enhance your health and happiness, and don’t be too hard on yourself if progress is slower than you’d like.

More Questions?

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