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HEY! I'M RACHAEL
I'm a happily married mama of two amazing boys! I thrive on the joy and fulfillment they bring. When I'm not spending quality time with my family, you can find me immersing myself in my favorite activities. Whether it's reading the Bible, pushing my limits in the gym, exploring breathtaking hiking trails, or expressing my creativity through drawing. I embrace the beauty of a balanced life by nurturing my mind, body, and spirit!
HOW I COACH
MY COACHING STYLE
As a kind, empathetic personal trainer, I deeply value the uniqueness of every client and their personal fitness journey. Understanding that each individual mom has her own goals, challenges, and strengths, I tailor my approach to ensure a truly personalized experience. By listening attentively and empathizing with my clients, I create a supportive and non-judgmental environment where they feel comfortable and motivated to reach their full potential. Instead of dictating your journey, my aim is to provide guidance and support. I won't encourage unhealthy habits, but rather empower you with healthier alternatives and guide you towards your health goals at a pace that instills confidence.
Together, we embark on a transformative journey that celebrates your individuality, challenges your mind and body, fosters self-acceptance, and inspires lifelong positive changes. I want to ensure your fit-mom lifestyle is sustainable so you can enjoy your life while maintaining your results.
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY
You have 2 options when it comes to losing fat and getting in shape:
#1: Take a harsh approach to reach your goals by starving, over-exercising, and stressing about your looks and weight to the point of an unhealthy obsession. You will reach your goals quickly, but feel like crap the entire time and lose your results later because you realize that way of living is not sustainable and has a negative effect on your mental health. You don’t feel strong, and your confidence is shallow.
#2: Take the healthy, gradual approach to reach your goals by eating whole foods in a healthy calorie deficit, increasing protein, working out 3-4 days each week, lifting weights, and focusing on good sleep. You will reach your health and fitness goals at a little bit of a slower pace, but you will feel energized, stronger, truly confident, and joyful along the way. You will remain motivated to maintain the lifestyle long-term instead of hating the process.
I fully and completely endorse Option #2!
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