1. Shake comparisons

    It's time to set the facts straight about the different shakes out there. This subject comes up ALL THE TIME with people I work with and the coaches in our community.  People are always trying to compare different shakes that are on the market.  There is so much skewed information since the people that are usually telling you the benefits of a particular shake are also s…Read More

  2. Loving on people is what I do best

    I recall 2 years ago about this time when my dad went into the hospital for his second open heart surgery. It was a very scary time for us all and especially for me, his only child. This was a time I knew I had to give up control and let God do his work. I vividly remember the feelings I experienced leading up to his surgery and those that I had during and after. I was rea…Read More

  3. Questions I Get Asked about Coaching

    I love the questions I get asked about what I do. I’ve answered them here—honestly, but with some humor. Q. Aren’t you worried Beachbody is going to disappear? A. Yeah, totally I am. People have been asking this for 15 years now…come on! Q. I heard people are leaving Beachbody for other businesses. A. People change and grow—follow your dreams not my dreams! At th…Read More


    Team Beachbody Coach Summit in New Orleans was such an incredible event...I'm still vibrating from the energy amongst 25,000 positive, fit-loving people! We learned about lots of new stuff coming out and I wanted to make sure you knew about it!     DAILY SUNSHINE (Available NOW!) Daily Sunshine (available in Chocolate and Strawberry Banana) is a premium 3-in-1 he…Read More

  5. High Fat Low Carb DETOX Option

    Looking to detox while on the high fat, low carb diet? The only kind of "detox" I recommend on this diet is called a Bone Broth Fast. Bone broth has been around for centuries. Your grandma might have encouraged you to eat soup when sick, or maybe you remember her making her own stock using all the parts of the animal. Well, she was probably on to something. The amino acids…Read More

  6. Alcohol and Low Carb Diets

    Does Alcohol affect Weight Loss on Low-carb Diets? Several alcoholic drinks are allowed on a low-carb ketogenic diet. You should avoid all drinks high in sugar like sweet wine, beer and most cocktails. So, which drinks are low-carb? Clear spirits such as vodka, whiskey, tequila, etc. are zero-carb, while dry wine is still low-carb if you drink no more than a glass. If ther…Read More

  7. Team Beachbody is headed to the United Kingdom!

    YES! IT'S TRUE! Team Beachbody is headed to the United Kingdom in the Fall of 2017! Here area few reasons why we are coming to the UK: 26% of the UK population is obese Vitamins and supplements are a $1.35B market and growing The UK is the 2nd largest health and fitness market in the world The UK is the 8th largest nutritional supplements market Beachbody's Informercial, d…Read More

  8. Eat Fat, Lose It Q&A

    Do we follow this along with our own work outs? Or is it recommendable...? Yes! You should start noticing more energy as you continue the ketosis path. So I don't usually eat red meat only because it bothers my stomach. So is it ok to use ground turkey if it has a higher fat content like a 90/10? Yes, as long as you choose the higher fat content variety. Also if salmon i…Read More

  9. Maximizing your Ketogenic Diet with Supplementation

    Science shows that the ketogenic diet is an effective way to lower blood sugar in diabetes, control insulin resistance, and optimize cholesterol. One of the most common questions we get from people is how to utilize supplements to further reap the benefits of a carbohydrate-restricted diet. **READ THIS IN IT'S ENTIRETY**   Fight Triglycerides with Fish Oil Supplements…Read More

  10. FAQs about HFLC

    Facts about going High Fat, Low Carb (HFLC) ISN'T SATURATED FAT BAD? Despite half a century of research there is still no evidence that natural saturated fat (like butter, eggs etc.) is anything but completely safe to eat. Have a look at these recent reviews of all the evidence: Insufficient evidence of association is present for intake of … saturated or polyunsaturated …Read More