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Nutrition Coaching

Faster results. Optimized training. Eating for energy.

These are just a few of the many reasons to work with one of our nutrition coaches. 


First Month


Month Two and Beyond



Month 1:

In person meeting with your nutrition coach

Goal setting & first measure or test 

Program set-up

Weekly check-ins

Email, text, and voice note support

Month 2 and beyond:

Program maintenance

Weekly check-ins

Email, text, and voice note support

Regularly scheduled re-measure/re-test

Our Nutrition Coaches


Coach Alli

 I love nutrition coaching because I want to help people create sustainable, healthy relationships with food and with their bodies. It also gives me an opportunity to show how nutrient-dense food does not have to be plain or boring! As an athlete I am especially interested in performance nutrition to optimize athletic ability.


Coach Jackie 

I believe food is our first medicine and work best with clients eating for wellness, endurance, and energy. My focus is quality of nutrients above all else. I have been eating gluten free since 2009 and do not consume alcohol, so I can relate with and support those with dietary restrictions. Sharing hacks for breaking habits is my specialty. 


Coach Priscilla

I am former D1 athlete turned full time fitness professional here in Dallas. I want to help you live your best life, while working towards your personal goals.  I’ll remove the guess work from your eating routines and provide accountability, direction and support you to stay on track, no matter what life throws at you. We’ll work together to develop a plan to eat and exercise in a way that works for you. We are in this together and my ultimate goal it to see you succeed. 

Our Program

Our nutrition coaches cannot

  • prescribe diets or supplements to treat medical and clinical conditions

  • prescribe diets to treat symptoms of medical and clinical conditions; nor

  • diagnose medical conditions

Our nutrition coaches can:

  • encourage clients to eat lean protein and nutrient-rich vegetables

  • educate clients about the benefits of protein, healthy fats, and other macronutrients

  • offer clients recipes or demonstrate food prep skills

  • let clients know about evidence-based nutritional supplements that might augment their healthy lifestyle

  • educate them about the principles of good nutrition and provide them with behavior-based coaching to improve their eating habits

  • help them choose the right foods to eat before and after workouts

  • suggest that clients drink water to stay hydrated

  • share resources from recognized nutrition organizations such as The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the American Heart Association, and Precision Nutrition, and

  • present nutritional information in an accessible, down-to-earth way that makes sense to clients—that engages them rather than makes their eyes glaze over

Questions about Nutrition Coaching?

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