Coach Cat

Be healthy and live well.

I’m Coach Cat!

My programs are meant to be for anyone – no matter your current level of health.

It’s never too late to start taking better care of yourself – Gain more energy and confidence. Be strong & tackle your life’s work!

My goal is to help more people focus on their health before they have an illness.

When put to use, the information, nutrition, and tools I provide can help prevent people from having some of the chronic illnesses that are prevalent today. They can also help lessen symptoms that come with chronic conditions.

A question I often get is whether or not the exercise is too difficult. My answer is no. Modifications are given for each exercise. The key is in knowing your body and not pushing yourself to do something you aren’t ready for. As you go along you get stronger and can do more. Before you start any exercise program you should run it by your doctor – especially if you have existing health conditions.

No matter how much exercise you do – You can’t exercise away poor nutrition!

80% of your success will come from learning to put nutrient-dense fuel into your body as food.

I would love to help you meet your health and fitness goals   – Let’s shape up together!

Join my free online health boot camp HERE.

Is there something else I might be able to help you with?

Eager to lend a hand – just Contact me !

Best Regards,

Coach Cat



On Accountability:

“You’ve helped me a lot! I have tried new things, keep a journal of what I eat and how much I walk. I’m eating a lot more fruits and veggies and way less meats. I actually bought a canister of oats yesterday!! Want to see if I can acquire a taste for them. Blood sugar readings are better and I’ve lost weight!! I look forward to your posts. Thanks so much for helping me to be mindful about what I’m eating and how much I’m walking!! Helps a lot hearing from you. You’ve been an encouragement!!” – Judy

“Still been walking and working out. I work out with Brian and we both really enjoy it. Tate and I go on walks together. He rides his bike🚲. Last night I hadn’t walked and he came and said we need to go on our walk, mom! It was 8:00. He should have been getting ready to settle down. But he held me accountable and we went☺” – Jamie