Thinking about becoming a Beachbody Coach?

Mar 20, 2014

About 8 months ago, I made a decision that has now changed my life. I was working almost 50 hrs/week, I was stressed & tired all the time, I hadn't worked out in almost 2 yrs, I was miserable, felt like crap, and worst of all, I felt like I was missing out on the best years of my daughter growing up because all I did was work. I began to feel unfulfilled in my career & I just knew I wanted CHANGE. I wanted more than anything to be home with my little one, something that was never financially possible for us. I prayed on it really hard & that's when I crossed paths with a friend from the gym and led me to Beachbody.

To begin to tell you how coaching has completely changed my life…

I've always wanted a job that was FUN, where I could be in control of my own hours, work for myself, help others, that was positive & inspiring. I NOW do something that I completely LOVE, that I am SO PASSIONATE about that I honestly look FOWARD to getting up every day & working. Last month, I left my 50 hr/week job in Medical Sales to pursue my passion full-time. And when I say "full-time" I mean, a couple of hours per day. I work from home, with my little one, in my sweat pants, and make my own schedule. I've met the most INCREDIBLE people through this experience, earned free trips to the Caribbean & Las Vegas, and more. The best part about my job is waking up every day reading all of the awesome messages & posts from my challengers how THEIR lives are changing, how AMAZING they feel, how much weight they've lost or how they are BACK into fitting in their old jeans! It's such a BLESSING to know that I had a small part in helping others find confidence again, happiness, making health & fitness a part of their lifestyle. It's so incredibly rewarding!

And, you know what? This is possible for YOU, too! I am planning to mentor 3-5 more motivated individuals starting on March 3rd.

What could $500, $1,000, $2,000, $6,000 extra dollars per month do for you and your family?

Do you have the desire to help others? Want to live a life of freedom both financially and physically?

If you've considered Coaching in the past, if you're passionate about health & fitness, or if you'd like a little info, please contact me or apply here:

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Clean Spaghetti Squash with Turkey Meatballs

Mar 18, 2014

Clean Eating Spaghetti Squash with Turkey Meatballs


  • 1 large spaghetti squash, baked
  • 1 jar spaghetti sauce of choice
  • 1 1/2 lbs. lean ground turkey meat
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon onion powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 whole eggs or 4 egg whites


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Bake your squash as you see fit for approximately 1 hour, or until it’s soft and easily pierced with a fork. Once the squash is baked and soft, pull it out of the oven and allow to cool until you can touch it without getting burned. If you haven’t already, cut it in half.
  3. Using a fork, remove the squash from the shell by scraping it from the top of the sides to the center. This will achieve the “spaghetti-like” stings the squash in named for.
  4. Mix all the turkey meat ingredients together in a bowl, form into meatballs and bake at 350 degrees for approximately 30 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 170 degrees F.
  5. Mix with your squash and sauce, top with a little parmesan and serve.

Month of March Promotions!

Mar 4, 2014

This month we have not one, not two, BUT THREE challenge pack promotions!
As a continuation from the early release in February, the Les Mills Combat Challenge Pack Promotion is available for $140, typically retailing at $160. 

Also from the Les Mills family, we have the Les Mills Pump Challenge Pack Promotion. Typically retailing at $245, this awesome package can be yours for only $180.

Lastly, to kick off your countdown to swimsuit season, get ready for a little “spring cleaning” with the Ultimate Reset Challenge Pack Promotion. This kit typically retails at $305, but this month only is yours for $275!

11 ways Successful People Start Their Day

Mar 3, 2014

  1. Get an early start.  This extra time will help you avoid speeding tickets, tardiness and other unnecessary headaches.  In addition, most markets and businesses open by 9 A.M.  Whether you work from home or commute to an office, the more time you’ve had to digest the day’s news and obstacles ahead, the greater advantage you’ll have over your competition.
  2. Review your Focus list.  What is your number one goal right now?  What’s most important to you?  What makes you happy?  Design your time around these things.  Remember, time is your greatest limited resource, because no matter how hard you try you can’t work 25/8.
  3. Review your TO-DON’T list.  A ‘TO-DON’T list’ is a list of things not to do.  It might seem amusing, but it’s an incredibly useful tool for keepingtrack of unproductive habits, like checking Facebook and Twitter, randomly browsing news websites, etc.  Create one and post it up in your workspace where you can see it.
  4. Exercise.  Other than the obvious health benefits, movement increases brain function and decreases stress levels.  Developing a consistent habit of exercising is a discipline which will carry over into your business day – Apple CEO, Tim Cook, is in the gym by 5 A.M. every morning.  If you can, go outside for a walk, or jump on the treadmill and start out slow.  This will jump-start your metabolism and your day. (JUST PUSH PLAY)
  5. Eat a healthy breakfast.  Your brain and body speed are a function of what you intake.  Bagels, muffins and sugars have the tendency to slow you down.  Fruits, proteins and grains help provide a consistent stream of energy without the sudden drop-off.   Try a mixture of orange, apple and lemon juice with a spinach omelet one morning and let me know how much better you feel. (DRINK SHAKEOLOGY!!)
  6. Kiss your partner goodbye.  It sounds cheesy, but most truly successful people have a great home life.  Acknowledging your partner (and kids) mentally relaxes you, allowing you to focus on the day ahead.  Don’t lose sight of the fact that you’re striving to be successful so they may benefit as well.
  7. Practice 15 minutes of positive visualization.  In his program Get the Edge, Tony Robbins explains the importance of gratitude visualization first thing every morning.  In a nutshell, spend roughly 15 minutes thinking of everything you’re grateful for: in yourself, among your family and friends, in your career, and the like.  After that, visualize everything you want in your life as if you had it today.  The effect?  Elevated certainty in everything you do, and always being in peak state.  Despite how ‘new age’ it sounds, it’s had incredible effects on associating success into my every-day life.
  8. Put first things first.  Successful people recognize that not all hours are created equal, and they strategically account for this when planning their day.  For most of us, our minds operate at peak performance in the morning hours when we’re well rested.  So obviously it would be foolish to use this time for a trivial task like reading emails.  These peak performance hours should be 100% dedicated to working on the tasks that bring you closer to your goals.
  9. Eat that frog.  Brian Tracy’s classic time-management book Eat That Frog gets its title from a Mark Twain quote that says, if you eat a live frog first thing in the morning, you’ve got it behind you for the rest of the day, and nothing else will be more difficult.  In others words, get the tough stuff done first.
  10. Connect with the right people.  Relationships are the basis of business – communication is the basis of relationships.  Successful people associate with people who are likeminded, focused, and supportive.  These people create energy when they enter the room, versus those who create energy when they leave.  Connecting with these positive people in the morning can set you up for a positive day.
  11. Stay informed.  Whether you prefer National Public Radio or the Wall Street Journal, spend a few minutes each morning learning about what is going on in the world.  Not only will it educate you, it may change your perspective or inspire your actions for the day.

The day may have 24 hours of equivalent length but every hour is not created equal.  Beginning the day with a purpose and a plan increases your chances of success.
In her book What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, Laura Vanderkam writes, “Seizing your mornings is the equivalent of that sound financial advice to pay yourself before you pay your bills.  If you wait until the end of the month to save what you have left, there will be nothing left over.  Likewise, if you wait until the end of the day to do meaningful but not urgent things like exercise, pray, read, ponder how to advance your career or grow your organization, or truly give your family your best, it probably won’t happen.”