Health coaching

Nutrition is critical for weight loss. As a Health Coach I place a strong emphasis on improving your overall wellness. I look at exercise, eating, wellness and food not just as calories and weight loss, but also on emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual terms.


Four activity levels:

  • Low - couch potato
  • Moderate - part time gym rat
  • Active - move often and daily
  • Extremely active - trainer or athlete

MEN: BMR = (Body Weight in lbs x 8-10)

WOMEN: BMR = (Body Weight in lbs x 7-9)

BMR x 1.2: Sedentary (You don’t move much. No exercise, desk job, lots of TV
BMR x 1.3-1.4: Lightly active (Active a few days a week, exercise 1-3 days)
BMR x 1.5-1.6: Moderately active (Where I would assume most people are at. Train 4-5 days a week and active lifestyle)
BMR x 1.7-1.8: Very Active (Training hard for a specific sport or purpose 5-6 hours a week. Typically one with a hard labor job as well)
BMR x 1.9-2.2: Extremely Active (Endurance training or hard charging athlete who spends 10 or more hours training a week and/or lots of activity outside of training. Can require more calories than this as well depending on ones metabolic capacity)

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