Tracy and I are full of surprises these days! Our men almost couldn’t believe we planned a dude trip just for them and a few friends this upcoming weekend. We actually planned the trip on Mother’s Day and really worked hard to not spoil the surprise before Father’s Day. Don’t be fooled though, we know exactly what we’re doing. Spoiling some of men of Stay Fit Mom before the More Than Macros Retreat next month was no accident. Making these bomb grilled shrimp tacos for dinner yesterday was no accident either.
We want you to leave our retreat with more than an awesome swag bag and amazing new friendships. We want to send you off with tangible, real life tools we use to live a healthier lifestyle. Take a look at the four workshops we have planned for July! We have a few tickets still available and hope to see you there!
July 9th-12th 2019
Summer is finally here and it doesn’t even feel like it! Are you sick of hearing all us west coasters talk about the unusually cool weather yet? My husband and I are taking advantage of it this first week of summer and trying to revamp our backyard a bit. We might kill each other by the end of it but I’m hoping it’s a project we finish. We’ve wanted to build a gazebo for some time now and we’ve finally decided to make it happen. Speaking of make it happen, I’ve been wanting to share this tasty new light Italian summer salad for a while now and I feel like it’s the appropriate time. Hello summer!
At Stay Fit Mom we believe our coaching staff is second to none. Each coach has been extensively trained to implement the Stay Fit Mom macro nutrition program which has yielded our clients incredible results for years. Every client’s nutrition program is individualized based on the their own specific needs and lifestyle. The coaches each bring a unique skill set to the team, all while maintaining our highest objective. We want the best for every single client that steps into our community. Each coach has personally participated in the Stay Fit Mom nutrition program while seeing remarkable results for themselves. As you’ll soon read below, our coaches are passionate and enthusiastic about helping others, but they are also parents who are open and honest about their own struggles with balancing health and fitness while raising a family, and it’s this vulnerability that sets us apart.
Yes, letting your kids use the stove and sharp knives can be dangerous. You know what else is dangerous? Not teaching them and setting them up for failure in the kitchen. Not doing everything you can to help prevent obesity. Not sparking their interest for preparing their own food. Those things are far more dangerous in my book.
There was a time in my life when I believed you weren’t on the “inside” unless you knew the “inside scoop” about everybody. For a long time I had a FALSE sense of connection with other women when I would partake in gossip. Even writing that down makes me feel icky, but I wouldn’t be writing it down at all if I believed this problem was unique to me.
Everyone wants to look their best for swimsuit season, why not surround yourself with a bunch of ladies with the same goal? There are strength in numbers and we truly believe so many of our clients do so well because of the amazing support from all the supportive women in our coaching groups. If you’re looking to feel your best and gain a little confidence by losing a few pounds, join in on our 2nd annual bikini bod challenge!
This isn’t the post where we tell you a boob job will solve all of your problems. This also isn’t the post where we tell you that altering your appearance in any way, shape or form detracts from the message that you’re beautiful just the way you are. Yet for some reason, society really loves to pin women in one of these two camps.