Little Black Dress Bootcamp Begins! 

Fitness means the world to me. I have gone from an overweight mom of two, to on stage wearing a teeny-tiny bikini, and won a trophy!!! I’ve quit working out and put on a lot of weight. I’ve tried fasting. I’ve tried protein shakes all day, YUCK! I was looped into the vicious cycle of yo-yo dieting. I was willing to do anything, and I mean anything to look like I thought I should look.

Then came the staph infection to my right shoulder and I had to poop or get off the pot. My surgeon told me after a second surgery) I’d unlikely be able to gain back full use of my arm unless I was willing to work for it. If it weren’t for fitness, I would not be able to lift a bowl from the dishwasher to the cupboard. I’ve always preached that fitness gives you back your power and just like that it was happening!

I am so excited to begin this bootcamp WITH you!

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Ready? Set? GO!

Part 1: Progress

The scale sucks! Think about it! When was the last time stepping onto it made you smile? Instead, we will track our progress by inches lost and progress pictures. I suggest measuring + photos first thing in the morning. Ideally, follow up measurements and pictures take place on the same day at about the same time.


To measure or not to measure?

No scale is used in this bootcamp! If you wish to “see” your progress, we will track inches lost and take progress pictures. If you don’t wish to do either, you can measure your progress by how your clothes fit!

Part 2: Workouts

Of course we are working out! What we aren’t doing is working ourselves into the ground! It simply isn’t cool and is even detrimental to run yourself into the ground. The workouts are labeled DAY 1, DAY 2, etc., so that you can fit Day 1 into YOUR schedule. The important thing is to block time into your day for movement.

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Movement is Life

There is lifting. There is a little cardio. Leggo!

Part 3: Food

I don’t know who thought it was a good idea to label food good or bad and that to be healthy we must restrict ourselves to the point of sadness! There is room for ALL the foods in moderation.

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Breaking Bread

No one deserves to feel bad or guilty when they eat a food. Imagine if we stopped labeling and listened closely to how our bodies feel!

Part 4: Habits

I’m plopping habits here with the intent that the last thing you read is the last thing you’ll remember! This document will be updated bi-weekly. But here is a guideline:

  • Weeks 1-2: We will focus on Movement

  • Weeks 3-4: We will focus on Food

  • Weeks 5-6: We will focus on Lifestyle (Sleep, Stress, Environment, Etc.)

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Old habits die hard. We’re ready for the challenge!