You’ve done it. 

Time and time again.  The first of the year rolls around and you promise yourself that this is it.  You’re finally going to get in shape. 


Your resolutions look something like:

  • Get to the gym 5 days a week.

  • Run every morning before work.

  • Broccoli — good, pasta — bad.

  • No sugar.

  • No bread.


You start strong, but the willpower fades. Life happens. You’re finding it harder and harder to get to the gym. You can’t keep your hand off the snooze button.  The call of the Doritos and the office donuts are getting louder and louder.

Without any accountability, it’s hard to stay on track. 

Before you know it, you’re back to where you started.  Or worse, carrying a few extra pounds and feeling defeated. 

You promise yourself you’ll pick it back up in the spring.

First off, you’re not alone.

Studies consistently show the big bang, all or nothing approach to health and fitness rarely works.

Second, it’s time to ditch the grand resolutions and gimmicks.

So, what does work? Small, incremental changes that are thoughtfully laid out, build on one another and become second nature over time — habits.

Small changes don’t mean small results. Before you know it, those seemingly small successes snowball into BIG results that last far beyond any diet fad or meal plan .

F* resolutions this year!





Throughout the course of the 6 weeks, we’ll focus on dialing in your eating habits and moving your body consistently.

On the NUTRITION side, you’ll practice:

  • Properly fueling your body with nutrient dense, whole foods — that taste great and satisfy.

  • A simple and easy approach to planning balanced meals — no calorie counting or weighing your food here.

  • Planning and prepping healthy meals — with the time you have.

  • Tuning into hunger and satiety cues so you eat what you need — no more, no less.

To help you get your body MOVING consistently, you’ll receive:

  • 2 x 30 minute workouts per week(weeks 2-6), covering all muscle groups, that combine strength and interval training.

  • Workouts you can do from the comfort of your home or gym, any time of the day.

  • Video demos of each move, including modifications.

  • Instruction on practicing purposeful movement and mind+body connection to get the most of your workouts.

Underpinning it all, you’ll have the resources and support you need to be successful, including:

  • Weekly group coaching calls to keep you accountable, celebrate successes, troubleshoot challenges and ask questions.

  • A realistic, habit-based roadmap to up-level your meals so you know exactly what to focus on and when.

  • Recipe and meal inspiration to maximize your time and keep your tastebuds happy.

  • Educational tools and resources to support your nutrition habits and workouts.

  • A private Facebook Group where you can interact with us (your awesome coaches) and the rest of the group for motivation, guidance, support and accountability.


$225 USD

***BUY-ONE-GET-ONE through January 6th***

(details regarding your free registration will be sent after purchase)

Ready to join the Anti-Resolution Movement this January?

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Meet Your Coaches


Jenny Sou

Certified Personal Trainer, Licensed Massage Therapist

Busy mother of four, with a passion for trail running and triathlon. My philosophy on fitness is that we all feel better when we can move our bodies — so find that activity that speaks to you and do it!

I’m a laid-back, yet persistent coach. My goal when working with clients is to find that athlete inside… the one who wants to move because more than making you look good, it makes you feel good. Confident and strong.


Kassie Cox

Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Bachelor of Science

Working Mom, foodie, and volleyball enthusiast. My philosophy around food isn’t rooted in any particular diet. I’m not a fan of diet dogma. Instead, I focus on helping my clients fuel their bodies, with whole, minimally processed foods so they can feel their best.

I love meeting clients where they’re at, simplifying the seemingly complex, and helping them implement realistic changes in their lives. My personal motto is Keep. It. Simple. I firmly believe in giving yourself grace, leveraging strengths, minimizing weaknesses and continually learning and improving.

Is this for me?

Yes, IF…

  • You want to eat better, look better, feel better and/or improve your health

  • You’re fed up with quick fixes and want to build healthy habits that will serve you long-term

  • You’re confused and overwhelmed by all of the diet advice out there

  • You’re open to new information and willing to be coached

  • You’re tired of starting over

  • You’re ready to put excuses aside and take action (it’s okay if you’re a little nervous)

No, IF…

  • You’re a high-level athlete or figure competitor

  • You want a very specific plan for weight loss or muscle gain

  • You’re looking for a quick fix

  • You’re not interested in learning, growing or making changes to your current habits and thoughts

  • You’re not willing to invest your time, money and effort into sustainable health


What equipment is required for the workouts?

If you’re going to do the workouts at home, you’ll need one to two sets of light to medium weights (5-10 pounds) and a set of resistance loop bands like these.

During the first week, we’ll help you figure out what weight you will need and you’ll have time to purchase them before the workouts begin.

Do I need any prior weight training experience?

No, Jenny will demo each of the moves and walk you through modifications so you can start at the level you feel comfortable, whether that’s a lower or higher intensity.

Am I going to lose weight?

Honest answer here, possibly. While the program is not specifically designed to target weight loss, it’s not uncommon for people to experience it as they grow more aware of what they’re eating and swapping out food choices with more whole and less processed foods.

Will I be getting a meal-plan?

No, you won’t be getting a prescribed meal plan. Meal plans are a short-term solution and an ineffective one at that. They rarely fit your lifestyle, tastes and budget and most people struggle to follow them or follow them and then revert back to old habits when the meal plan is over.

Instead, you’ll learn how to effectively plan your own meals and receive support and accountability so you actually build a habit around it. And you’ll receive plenty of tools to help you, like a meal planning template, guidance on building balanced meals, meal inspiration and recipe ideas.

What kind of diet is it (low-carb, keto, paleo, vegetarian, etc.)?

We’re diet agnostic around these parts. Meaning, we don’t subscribe to any particular diet philosophy. Instead, we emphasize whole, minimally processed foods, lots of plants, adequate protein, quality carbohydrates, healthy fats and plenty of water; most of the time.

Will I be weighing my food and counting calories?

Nope. We’ll help you estimate what you need to build a balanced plate and will focus on tuning into your satiety cues to fine tune how much you actually need.

When are the group coaching calls? What if I’m not available for them?

Calls will be each Wednesday at 7 pm (PST) and run the duration of our time together, January 14th through February 24th.

If you can’t make the call, no problem. Recordings will be available and you can always ask questions in the private Facebook Group.