Reach Your 2017 New Year Goals!

We are officially moving into week 3 of 2017 and many people unfortunately have already given up on their resolutions.  Personally, I am not a fan of calling them resolutions, simply because I believe they are more likely to be attained if we use the word goals & actually create a plan of attack vs just saying our resolutions.  Here are my top 5 Tips to reaching your goals in this new year!

  1.  Find an accountability partner.  Someone who is just as motivated or even more so to help you and herself/himself to reach your 2017 goals.
  2. Create daily and weekly goals.  For example, today I want to eat all of my snacks and drink 1 gallon of water or this week I want to lose .5-2 lbs (healthy recommended weightloss).
  3. Find a program that works for you and is something you can easily accomplish despite your schedule. For example whether you are someone who does not have access to a gym or you do, my programs come with 12 week, step by step exercises that you can modify based on your own level!  I recently just released my total body package so you can get all 7 of my e-books at a discounted rate!
  4. Write your goals down in a place where you know you will be reminded of them often.  I put mine always in my accountability chat that I have for my nutrition clients so we can keep ourselves and each other motivated.
  5. Don’t stress! If you had one rough day it’s not the end of the world, it’s called life!  Just pick it up, stay focused, and don’t stress!  Fitness should be fun! Definitely not a chore.

Learn more about the best online fitness program which includes comprehensive programs focused on shifting towards healthier eating habits, staying fit, and building a better booty. You’ll also find a variety of fitness apparel to help get you that extra motivation to take your goals to another level. Contact me today to learn more about the best fitness programsavailable to get your body in gear.

Get LetlerFit in 2017

A New Year means a fresh opportunity to start making new goals and adopt some healthy habits into your life, maybe by adding some level of exercise into your schedule. Exercising doesn’t mean you have to completely change your schedule and become one of those people that spend tons of hours at the gym. A few minutes to an hour or so a couple of times a week is the first step towards a new you, and one of the LetlerFit e-books can help!


The LetlerFit e-books include just about everything you need to help you get started on your fitness journey, except the motivation which you’ll have to provide yourself. Are you looking to get your abs toned for 2017? You can start with the Beginner Abs at Home e-book or work on perfecting them with the Intermediate and Advanced Abs e-books. Maybe you need some tips on changing up your diet as you start to exercise. The Snack like Letler e-book has several recipes that taste delicious and will help you stay on track. Check out the LetlerFit e-book page to see all of the e-books for sale as well as money saving bundles!


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Learn more about the best online fitness program which includes comprehensive programs focused on shifting towards healthier eating habits, staying fit, and building a better booty. You’ll also find a variety of fitness apparel to help get you that extra motivation to take your goals to another level. Contact me today to learn more about the best fitness programs available to get your body in gear.

My typical daily diet

Hey guys!!

So the topic of today’s post, per request is my diet. Before starting I want to put a quick disclaimer, I am not trying to lose weight, I am eating to boost my athletic performance and this is what works FOR ME.  Every diet should be approached at an individualized level or a persons needs and activity level. For me, I usually wod 3-5 times a week, the vixen workout 1x week, at home HIIT or booty building exercises 2-3x week. So I do need more calories than the average person.

In general, I do not eat chicken, turkey, or any red meats. I eat fish once every two weeks, and when I do it is only wild caught salmon or mahi mahi. I stay away from tilapia because despite popular thoughts, it’s a pointless fish. Doesn’t really contain the same amount of omega 3s as salmon does, and most tilapia is arm grown. If you do your research, you will find that farm-grown fish have very to low to no omega 3s fatty acids on top of being synthetic. I do eat eggs 1-3 times a week, but only if they are vegetarian, free range eggs. Putting the animal lover in me aside, you really can taste the difference. They taste more pure, most likely because the hens lay their eggs in stress-free environments versus being stuck in a cage in dozen other potentially disease ridden hens/chickens. As much as I LOATHE veggies, I eat them. Why? Because your body needs the macronutrients found in them. I love all kinds of fruits, but do limit them because just like everything else, excess is no good. Fruits do contain sugars. Given, they aren’t processed sugars, but they are sugars nonetheless. I also get a lot of protein from tofu, nuts, carbs (believe it or not), quinoa, eggs, and my shakes.

Enough of the generalities my typical day looks like this:

Breakfast: Herbalife Formula 1 shake with Formula 1 sport, 1 tbsp of chia seeds, 1 tbsp flaxseed, or 1/4c buckwheat

Meal 1-3: 4oz protein, 1c carbohydrate, 1.5c veggies, source of healthy fat.

Snacks: Apple with peanut butter, banana with peanut butter, mixed berries, carrot sticks and hummus, homemade trail mix.

Dinner: healthy salad with protein source

Before bed: formula sport

Before my workouts I take Herbalife 24 prepare, with a rice cake and PB, nuts, or banana and PB. Why do I eat those foods right before my workout? They contain carbs, fat, and glycogen that my body can utilize during my workout so that it is not taking from what I consume during the day. I want to keep the frame I am at so the extra calories help.

After my workout I take Herbalife 24 Rebuild Strength and Rebuild Endurance.

I hope this post helped clarify any questions anyone may have had. Again, please feel free to message me directly for any further questions or topic suggestions. I also post pictures of my meals on my personal instagram account @Letler