Personalized Nutrition Coaching

Are you frustrated because diets and challenges never seem to produce long-term results? Do you exercise or try to eat right, but not see the body composition changes you want? Do you work your tail off for your family, career, community but feel lost when it comes to your own healthy habits and nutrition? You NEED someone on your side! Having a nutrition coach means having a accountability, guidance, and support. It means having someone in your corner to help you be you succeed!

Christy Campbell

Christy is a 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. Christy leads a team of nutrition coaches committed to supporting real people who are sick of perpetual diets and want to feel confident, happy and fit in their bodies.

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New Blog Posts!

Katie Nutter – Teen Mom and Weightlifting Champion

By christycampbell | February 14, 2018

This is the first episode of the Pivotal Focus Podcast.   Every day I get to talk to some pretty amazing people and I wanted a way to share some of those conversations.   I hope this interview and the ones to come give you insight into real people doing amazing things and how they take on … Continued

The Purple Jacket

By christycampbell | February 8, 2018

In December 2013, it was freezing cold in most of the country.   Something called a “polar vortex” had come, making it one of the coldest winters in a long time.   I had just moved to Lake Stevens, Washington with the little boys, and a week before Christmas Josh returned from a 1-year deployment.   I was … Continued

That Time I Bought An Elliptical Machine

By christycampbell | February 4, 2018

Let me take you back to 2012.  Logan was three and Henry was one.  Six months later Josh was leaving on deployment, a one year deployment, and I was feeling frustrated because I hadn’t lost any of the baby weight from Henry.  I had two major knee surgeries…one in January that included a micro fracture … Continued