Tammy’s Free Class is OPEN Now!
We know how to get things done.
We’re willing to do the work.
But we want our work ethic to be informed by science, not fads or myths.
What you’ll learn…
The optimal approach to customize your nutrition for your goals and how your metabolism is working now.
How lifting helps those of us over 40 and how to set up a lifting program if you’re just get started or haven’t been lifting in a while.
Tips and strategies for sticking with your program long enough to see results.
How to get started with your new fitness program, how to build momentum, and what to do when progress stalls.
Practical, real-world advice from a 50-something woman who was never an athlete, who had to reclaim her health starting at 47, and who wants to teach you how to “quit quitting”, too!
Get the link to enroll in this free class!
“I liked how you kept your topics simple and straightforward without a lot of technical jargon. I also liked that you kept your tone genuine, it felt like a class you would also give in person, not something memorized for internet sales.” – Deidre
“I liked the perspective of a woman over 40 who has achieved what I’m aiming to achieve and who started in a similar place. I also appreciated the candid and casual approach.” – Tauheedah
“Your emphasis of ‘progress, not perfection’ is so sorely needed in this demographic, in my opinion. We are a tired bunch, who likely needs to make changes, because WE are changing. Giving ourselves grace, and doing the best we can each day, IS SUCCESS!! I love your message, but it has just the right amount of science to balance out the emotional side of progress!” – Candace
Hi, I’m Tammy!
I was a busy, stressed, unhealthy public school teacher and did not become an athlete until I was in my 50’s. I earned personal training and fitness nutrition certifications, then retired from teaching to dedicate my work life to fitness education. I’m passionate about helping other busy adults transform their health. My results are obviously not typical because most people don’t train to compete as a bodybuilder. But each individual has a unique combination of strengths and challenges that have to be considered to customize a program that will work for them. Science-based principles, flexibility, and consistency make all the difference.