“Sometimes you can’t always see the fruits of your labor…” says Adrienne, which can undoubtedly lead to feelings of self doubt on whether you’re making progress toward your goals. But during those times, it's essential to reflect on our WHY, celebrate successes, remember the struggles you’ve overcome and embrace where you are at that moment.
When Antoinette joined Sisters in Shape, she held a "dieter's mindset"- believing that in order to have the body she wanted, she had to do countless hours of cardio and only eat plain chicken, fish and broccoli.
Through working with a SiS Trainer, Antoinette says, "I’ve learned that eating clean is easy and fun and I have to eat to lose weight and tone. I’m happier and healthier and I have MUSCLES!"
Antoinette credits her SiS Coach for really listening to her and keeping her on her toes.
"My SiS Coach knows what works for my body type and isn't just throwing me some generic workout."
Sisters in Shape understands that there isn't one approach that works for everyone, which is why programs are customized to each client's goals.
Antoinette especially treasures the sisterhood and the bonding of all the women in the SiS client community. "The support and different journeys are so amazing and inspiring," says Antoinette. "I’m so glad I invested in my health."
Do you wish you had someone to REALLY support you FULLY to reach your goals through:
- EXERCISE (specific to your unique life!),
- NUTRITION (specific for your unique body and goals!)
- Accountability and mindset coaching
- An approach that takes your long term health and lifestyle into account
- Peer support from other like-minded women?
Through the unique sisterhood of our Sisters in Shape online client/coach community, women are changing. We know that our affordable, balanced and fully CUSTOMIZED approach to helping you crush your goals is what you've been looking for.
When Christie started her journey with Sisters in Shape, she had reached a point of wanting more in fitness and health. She was tired of trying to find balance and continue doing it all. She needed a group of women who would challenge me, inspire me, and empower me. She joined the SiS Lifestyle Fit Program to begin her journey.
Krista’s goals as a fitness mentor mirror the ones she has for herself; to find happiness, and to appropriately respond to challenges. The metaphorical equivalent of finding a window to climb through, when it seems like a door has been shut, and finding a little healthy self-improvement along with your self-acceptance.
Natasha Hopkins was in probably the best shape of her life, training for a figure competition, when an auto collision derailed her fitness track and put several aspects of her life on hold.
Crystal had known for a long time that she wanted to get back to fitness and feeling like herself once and for all. A self-proclaimed yo-yo dieter, she was always trying to find the quickest way to get to where she wanted to be with no regard for the healthiest approach. She even went through a difficult period of time when she battled binge eating. A better approach was a must!
Kristy loves being part of SiS because of the power she finds in having an online trainer by her side. With someone cheering her on who is fitness minded, and able to provide advice when she needs it, or a new routine to get her motivated and moving forward, Kristy is seeing results.
“I Needed To Get Strong. I Was Ready To Fight Back Against The Mentality That Had Been Placed At My Feet Of ‘I Am Not Good Enough.’ I Began To Be Good Enough For ME. The Gym Became My Therapist Office. It Became My Happy Place, And Left Me Feeling Powerful And Invincible.”
"Before Sisters in Shape, I never trusted flexible dieting enough to try it. I lived off straight meal plans, which controlled my life and made it very difficult to have fun or be social." Following a strict meal plan with no flexibility led to a period of binging, resulting in added weight gain. Only to repeat the same vicious cycle again...
While Christie says that her formal education has been helpful in her pursuits as an online personal trainer, fitness coach, and figure/powerlifting athlete, she maintains that her personal experience with pregnancy weight gain, weight loss and bodybuilding is what has taught her the most.
In Summer 2016, Stephanie was one year into “maintaining” a 35lb weight loss when she began contemplating her next milestone. A former distance runner, Stephanie was looking for a challenge that would benefit her health and improve her physique, yet be easier on the joints. Her knees no longer could handle the impact of running; she needed a new primary form of exercise.
In 2015, Rada was an avid distance runner looking to change up her fitness routine. “I wanted to put on some muscle, because while I enjoyed cardio and running, I felt that I looked ‘skinny fat’.” Rada began online coaching with Sisters in Shape and made great progress during her first year. And then, life threw Rada and her family some challenges that required her fitness goals to be placed on the back burner.
Natasha's transformation hasn’t just been a physical one; “I have more energy. I feel like I can balance things better. I see myself differently... We as women are our worst critics. It’s been great to have a coach to look at you. They see you from a different angle than you see yourself.”
"I have learned so much about myself. For years, I allowed fear to hold me back from following my dreams. I have grown in so many ways and love the person that I have become! I no longer allow fear to hold me back; instead, I allow myself to feel the fear and do it anyway!”
“The biggest thing Sisters in Shape has given me is the ability to get rid of ‘mom guilt.’ SiS has empowered me to taking time for myself. The SiS community has helped me to realize that not only is it OK, but it is totally necessary. It’s also helped me to be a good role model for my family. I’ve inspired my kids to workout. They know Mom takes time to work out and they are cool with it.”
"Since joining SiS, yes, my body has changed. Yes, I’m healthier…but the transformation I’ve had mentally is even greater. I identify as an athlete, where I never had before. I'm finding a better balance with food, despite certain dietary restrictions I have.”