Wednesday, December 9, 2015

GET RIPPED 2016

It's that time again! GET RIPPED time. Yes, its sort of a joke to call it that...but it stuck. On January 3rd at noon GR 2016 will kick off at TCS. This includes measurements and a talk about what is going on this year with the program.

This year there will be three different levels of the GR experience.


Level 1

This level is your usual GR that you know and love. 

  • Measurements/pics
  • Partnered with a fellow LIFT girl to help you along in the month
  • Monitored food log by me and your partner.

This is ideal if you are looking for a simple approach to clean it up. You know what Paleo is but need some guidance. Level 1 is ideal for weight loss, better digestion, better understanding of nutrition, and letting go of Holiday eating :)



  • Measurements/pics
  • Daily monitoring of your food log by me.
  • Weekly one on one Sunday mornings.
  • More performance based. 

This is ideal if you are looking for a step up from the regular GR. You will be in direct communication with me over the entire month :). This includes daily food logging and me checking in with you face to face once a week.  Level 2 will be more performance based as in what to eat before/after workout, what to eat to fuel your performance in the gym. 



  • Measurements/pics
  • Daily monitoring of your food log by me.
  • Weekly sprint class Saturday mornings 8-9am at TCS.
  • Performance based nutrition.
  • Weekly face to face check in meeting Saturday mornings.

This is ideal if you are looking for a performance based nutrition program. This includes what to eat after your workout, macro nutrients you need, nutrient timing, and caloric intake. You will be in direct communication with me over the entire month :). This includes daily food logging and me checking in with you face to face once a week.  

Level 3 is for the athlete that has done GR before, is familiar with acceptable healthy foods, and wants to increase performance by manipulating macro nutrients according to when they workout to increase performance.









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