Christy is the founder of fitme. She is an NCI Certified Nutrition Coach, CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, and a USAW Advanced Sports Performance Coach. She is a Navy veteran, Navy spouse and mom of 2 boys and a baby girl. Christy created fitme because she believes the solution to weight gain and negative body image is a fundamentally different style of healthy habits.  Mastering simple strategies like avoiding fast food and processed junk food, drinking water and moving are not the prerequisites for a diet…they should replace dieting.



-A message from Christy 

“The picture with the dumbbell is at 4 months postpartum.   At 20 pounds heavier than my pre-pregnancy weight, I wanted to hide until I got my body back to where I felt comfortable.  But I called myself out…Christy… you have to celebrate the body you are in now.  You can’t wait to take pictures, or to buy nice clothes, or to honor the transformation of having a baby.   

In fitme we know that lasting physical change and a happy mindset means loving yourself along the way.  It means doing things that feed and fuel your body rather than punish it.  It means celebrating little wins and the journey!”

Connect with Christy

There are a few ways to connect with Christy:

Subscribe and listen to her podcast Listen Mama, co-hosted with Jess Durando.  These 45 min to 1 hour episodes are on real life topics through the perspective of mom-life.

Subscribe and listen to her fitme Coffee Talk 5 min morning motivation podcasts.

Follow her on instagram @christymaecampbell.   Send her a DM, she would love to hear from you.



Podcast Guest Appearances

The ALLiN Podcast

with Jason Phillips

Episode 57

The best way to create instant success is to create solutions for the niche you connect with. Christy Campbell is a prime example of this. After having 10 knee surgeries and 3 kids, Christy realized she was not in optimal health. So she got healthy, solidified her habits, and started coaching others to do the same through fitme Nutrition and fitme Pregnancy. Today, you’ll learn how to identify your niche to build an untouchable business in a saturated field. And if you’re pregnant, Christy also shares the secret to fitness success during pregnancy.

The Key Nutrition Podcast

with Brad Jensen

Episode 32

Just in time for Mother’s Day, this is the first podcast we have done that is all about pregnancy. Christy Campbell, currently 8-months pregnant, comes on and shares her story. Christy owns her own nutrition company called fitme Nutrition and is planning on releasing her new program, fitme Pregnancy, this Mother’s Day weekend. She has developed this program from her own experience with pregnancy and the help of some experts in the industry. Tune-in to hear more about her story and why she has created this awesome program.

Mind Over Macros Podcast

with Mike Millner

Episode 23

In this episode, Mike is joined by Christy Campbell of fitme Nutrition who talks about creating healthy habits to achieve long term sustainable results.

Christy also shares her experience with being pregnant and how to approach mindset, training, and nutrition during this time. She has created an amazing resource for pregnant women who want to keep their health a priority during this process, which will be available on Mother’s Day!

Published Articles

The List You Are Missing in Your Parental Journey

By: Christy Campbell

Jul 22, 2019

When you find out you’re pregnant, you get bombarded with endless lists. “Don’t eat this” list, “Don’t do that” list. You get the “What to pack for birth” and “What you need for baby” list. You get the “Top 5 prenatal workout tips”, and even the “Top 5 relationship tips” list. But amid the seemingly helpful advice, we are missing something. And perhaps, it is the most important list of all because it directly impacts your day-to-day mental wellness, and likely your everyday choices…

5 Strategies to Talk to Your Kids About Food

By: Christy Campbell

Jan 21, 2019

Talking to our kids about healthy choices can be like tricky. We want our children to grow up with healthy bodies and sound nutrition habits. Yet, as soon as those little tummies get a mind and voice of their own, “I don’t like it” and “I don’t want it” become the resounding chorus when macaroni and cheese is replaced with broccoli. Meal time can be a huge source of conflict for many families. Remember that how we approach these battles may impact our children’s future relationship with food…

Dinner Hacks for Busy Nights

By: Christy Campbell

Oct 1, 2018

Weeknights can be incredibly busy and stressful with family obligations, and serving a healthy dinner can sometimes feel impossible. Yet, the fast food alternative to a home prepared dinner often exchanges negative health effects for convenience. In an article in News Medical Life Sciences, author Dr. Ananya Mandal, MD reports that fast food is associated with a higher body mass index, less successful weight loss and weight gain….

Half-Time Swap

By: Christy Campbell

Jul 2, 2018

Remember the days when the team snack mom brought a giant container filled with cut up oranges for half time? Soccer fields everywhere swarmed with bumblebees searching for sticky rinds left behind. Kids bit into the citrus triangle slices and smiled goofy distended orange smiles at their friends. Sticky little fingers returned to the second half or next inning with a little boost of energy, and the game continued. Oranges still find their way to a few sports fields, but is seems like this nutritious half-time snack is a thing of the past…

Take a Knee: Action Steps to Prevent Sport Injuries

By: Christy Campbell

Sept 17, 2018

It’s a familiar scene. Parents and friends cheering loudly from the sideline. The ball is moving rapidly across the field as players shift and chase. Then, all of a sudden, someone is down. Everyone on the field takes a knee while the coach runs over to assess the injury. Cheers are replaced by silence, and a concerned mom or dad inches closer to the field. Everyone waits. Finally, the injured player stands and limps off the field with the help of the coach and everyone claps as the game resumes…

Your Fit Buddy Has Four Legs

By: Christy Campbell

Apr 23, 2018

A 2017 study in the Journal of Nutrition found that walking just three hours per week increased weight loss and decreased body fat percentage for those already doing a nutrition program. The simple truth is that small steps add up… pun intended. Walking short distances will eventually add up to miles, that lead to a healthier body and pounds lost. But if it were that easy, everyone would do it! Implementation is always the hard part…

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