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Do you want to get healthy & happy but are confused about where to start?

I hear ya friend. Take my hand and let's start this journey together.

Your Coach 
Steph Dorworth
Step #1 Make Healthy a Habit


The perfect 52 page introduction to nutrition, fitness, and happiness.

Simpler is better. Let's not over-complicate things or else you won't stick to it. If you want to see results you must make the right decisions over and over until they eventually become an automatic behavior aka a habit! Did you know that over 40% of the actions we perform daily are habits and not decisions? Let's build some good habits together so you can make healthy & happy a habit for life!

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Step #2 Treat Yo Self

A party without cake is just a meeting. Isn't that the truth!? Say goodbye to the low calories, the guilt you get when you eat a piece of cake , and the strict meal plan diets. Say hello to nutritional freedom. I introduce you to Flexible Dieting (your new best friend). It is a sustainable way of eating that has no food off-limits and eliminates the cravings and binges. You simply eat 80% wholesome and nutritious foods and then treat yourself to 20% yumminess each day. "An Oreo a day" is my personal motto.

Learn about Flexible Dieting in these articles:

Step #3 Get It Girl

Gone are the cardio bunny days: bye girl. I believe in putting the focus on lifting with heavy compound exercises and a lil' sprinkle of high intensity interval training (HIIT). Can you stick to two hour workouts 6 days a week forever? Doubt it. Can you commit to 45 minute workouts 4-5 days a week? Heck yes! You got it. Wake, pray, slay. No need to workout for hours every single day. You've got to have time for a social life! 

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Training Starter Program: GUNS & BUNS

  •  Join me for "Booty University" lessons on how to build your buns quicker
  • Learn what accessories you may want to invest in for the gym like lifting straps, belts, etc.
  • Learn how to track your progress with weight, measurements, progress pictures, and how you feel
  • Learn proper workout order and timing principles
  • See some HIIT cardio ideas
  • Get four weeks of workouts that require only 45 minutes, 4 days per week.
  • BONUS: Videos of each exercise are included!

Struggling with your Belly?

The Core Challenge ebook provides 52 core exercises for you to challenge yourself to this year! Learn to activate your deep abdominals, strengthen your core, and decrease the belly bulge.

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Step #4 Happy Girls are the Prettiest

You are beautiful. Strive for progress not perfection. I am a perfectionist so when I am not feeling my best my mind likes to make me think I am a failure. So I tell myself, stop it! The most beautiful thing about women is that we are beautiful during all stages of life: lean, soft, thin, muscular, curvier, pregnant, or athletic. Remember you are beautiful now, tomorrow, and the rest of your life. 

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Step #5 Work with the Best

Still confused and want some more guidance? As a husband & wife team, we provide nutritional and training coaching that is personalized for you. First we get to know you. Then we write your bomb program, invite you to our Facebook support community, and checkin with you bi-weekly to make sure we are on track to meeting your goals. 

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Other Awesome Programs

The Beautiful to the Core Body [12 week program]

Home Sweat Home [4 weeks of home workouts]

Limber [the top 100 yoga stretches]

Bikini Competition Prep Guide 

How to Become a Fitness Model


Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:

How can I lose fat (spot reduce) in one specific area of my body? I want to lose this fat around my thighs.

How often should I workout?

How many times per week should I train one muscle group? I want to build my glutes so how many times can I train them?

How do I know how much weight I should be lifting? 

I've heard that in order to tone I should do high reps with light weight. Is that true?

When I walk into the gym, what should I do first? Lifting or cardio?

How much time should I rest between my lifting sets?

What are sets and reps?