5 Ways to Measure Progress Without the Scale

By christycampbell | June 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

At 12 days post-partum, I am definitely NOT ready to start actively trying to lose weight.  But as I sit and cuddle my new baby girl, I am considering how I want to structure my weight loss plan (when I am ready) and HOW I will measure progress.   The scale can be helpful as … Continued

Be Brave

By christycampbell | May 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Molly Shea   As I’ve gotten older and I’d like to think wiser, it becomes more and more apparent that we are never done. We’re never done learning, we’re never done changing and evolving, and we’re never done growing. When we’re done—we’re dead. I always had this belief that at some point I would … Continued

How one mom used nutrition to improve her son’s autism symptoms

By christycampbell | April 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Rita Mastrangelo is a nutrition coach.   But she is also a mom of an autistic son.  Up until a year ago, therapies and government run support programs were her primary resource for managing her son’s autism symptoms.   Then with the help of a functional medicine doctor, she not only addressed her personal gut health, but … Continued

Nutrition in Pregnancy with Lily Nichols

By christycampbell | February 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Christy Campbell of Fit Me Nutrition interviews Lily Nichols, author or Real Food for Pregnancy. They discuss important foods to include in a pre-natal diets as well as the research behind certain foods on the prohibited or limit list. Check out her book here! https://realfoodforpregnancy.com/

Fueling for CrossFit Competitions

By christycampbell | February 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Fit Me Nutrition performance expert, Kaitlyn Bauer discusses how to fuel for your local CrossFit Competition.  She reviews fueling needs the week prior, and the day of.  You will learn a step by step strategy for what you should pack on “game day” and the most important things to avoid so you can perform your best! … Continued

Positivity: My Approach for 2019

By christycampbell | January 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Molly Shea I’ve come to value the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. The racing pace of Christmas is behind us and the new year dawns up ahead. It’s a neat time, suspended between two eras. It’s nice to muse on the events of the past year, the changes and how they’ve shaped … Continued

Oh Snack!

By christycampbell | January 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Coach Kaitlyn Bauer   Running out of creativity with snacks? Just remember… throw the conventional “snack” food idea out the window. A snack is whatever you want it to be. Any meal is for that matter. You want shrimp for breakfast….doooooooo it! Here are some snack ideas to hopefully break you out of your … Continued

Strict Pull-up Program

By christycampbell | December 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

So although I love pull-ups now, I had never done one for most of my adult life.  Even when I was serving in the Navy, I couldn’t even do 1.  I’ve currently been doing 5 x 5 strict pull-ups at least once/ week.  My goal, if my body allows, is to maintain my strict pull-up throughout … Continued

9 Cooking Mistakes You Might be Making

By kaitlyn bauer | November 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

By Kaitlyn Bauer   Raise your hand if you were never taught cooking basics?  Yeah, you’re not alone. If you’re like me, you learned the hard way: on your own with a lot of wasted food, improper technique, and maybe even still a little doubt on exactly what you’re doing. We also know that one … Continued

5 Workouts You Can Do at Home!

By christycampbell | October 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Going to the gym, or hitting a workout class is awesome!   But what if your day gets derailed and you don’t make it to the gym??  There are lots of things you can do at home to get a great workout! And you don’t need any equipment!  Just your body!   Here are 5 options of … Continued

Walking Wednesday and Why You Need It!

October 9, 2018

I walked a lot this week…. a lot. In fact, my legs are actually a little sore from walking. A few weeks ago, I started doing “walking Wednesday” with a few friends because I really wanted to have something midweek to clear my head and reset. ​​​​​​​ Walking and laughing with friends usually does that … Continued

Dark Confession….Dark Chocolate

September 17, 2018

After a season of relaxed tracking during my move,  I buckled down on my macros and have been focused on cleaning things up.   I diligently hit my numbers for 3 weeks straight with no deviation. I’ve only had 2 drinks in the past 3 weeks which is a substantial decrease. But, 2 weeks ago, I decided I … Continued

Pivotal Focus Podcast Episode 010- Brandy Schroeder

September 12, 2018

Brandy Schroeder is a nutrition coach with an extensive background as a competitive bodybuilder. On this podcast we talk about the kind of discipline it takes to take your body to the extreme. We talk about how goals change and how important it is to achieve balance. We talk about “abs check” and body image. … Continued

Pivotal Focus Podcast 009- Sarah Knox

August 31, 2018

Real transformation doesn’t take place over a 30-day challenge. Sarah spent years struggling with diets and exercise programs before she found what fit. This episode includes her story, tips for food prep, how to make weight loss last and an important discussion about choosing nutrition and exercise habits that work for your personality and are … Continued

Pivotal Focus Podcast 008- Tina Dominguez

August 23, 2018

Tina Dominguez is a friend and fellow nutrition coach.  On this podcast episode, we talk about her difficult childhood and experience in the Marine Corps.  This episode includes discussions about sexual assault so may not be appropriate for all ages. Tina is sharing her story so others know they are not alone.  Her mission is … Continued

One Itchy Muffin Please!

August 9, 2018

Growing up I suffered from eczema.   I had large patches of it on the creases of my arms and on my eyelids.  It would crack and burn when I would sweat. It itched incessantly. My eyelids were so painful I couldn’t use soap on my face.     It was embarrassing and I would try … Continued

3 WAYS TO GET YOUR WORKOUT IN AS A BUSY MOM

August 1, 2018

By: Coach Kaitlyn Bauer These tips come with love and no bullsh*t. Love from a fellow mom who has gone from fit to fat to fit again with two kids in between and all the wonderful craziness that comes with motherhood. I’ve been there. I’ve had those days/months of zero motivation, self-deprecating thoughts, excuses up … Continued

Jessica’s Story

July 28, 2018

Working with Kaitlyn has been extremely rewarding for me! I was nervous going into macro coaching as I knew this would change my entire world food wise. She has always been there from the get go, responds, and can be a great shoulder to lean on when things got sticky or you just simply needed … Continued

Pivotal Focus Podcast 007 – Tina Godfrey Hurley

July 16, 2018

Tina Hurley is an amazing woman.  Faced with a rare medical condition that left her unable to walk or live without debilitating pain, she ultimately underwent amputation of her leg below the knee.   On this episode, she shares her story and opens up her identity as an athlete and how it changed while facing a … Continued

Sustainable Change

July 11, 2018

I remember signing up for weight watchers for the 3rd time.   At that point, I was about 35 pounds overweight and I felt like I had to face the music.   I needed some help.    After the first meeting, I dutifully went to the grocery store and remember thinking to myself… what can I get … Continued

Alli’s Story

July 6, 2018

Let’s start this off with the truth, I LOVE FOOD. I love pizza, I love cheese, I LOVE WINE. I have spent many years trying different diets on and off with some great successes and somewhere I fell completely on my face. When I was younger, I spent most of my time being very active, … Continued

Maureen’s Story

July 6, 2018

For 25 plus years I have been unhappy with my outward appearance and have lost and gained many pounds in the process. I always did really well on short-term diets, especially when being accountable to someone or something.  But it seemed the minute the preset time or goal was met something in my brain clicked … Continued