Real Health & Performance

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Online fitness & nutrition coaching for athletes, by athletes

We help you go from frequent gym goer to strong, confident, educated athlete 💪

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Photos from Real Health & Performance's post 12/19/2022


Our first ever 4-week program!

START DATE: 1/2/23

COST: $100

Now, this is similar to a challenge, but there’s no winner. This is a YOU vs. YOU challenge.

We aren’t here to promise you a drastic change in your physique, but instead helping you to improve your mindset and focus on sustainable habits.


Any questions? Kelsea will be going LIVE tomorrow at 7:30pm EST on our IG to answer anything you have. You can also drop em in the comments below 👇

Photos from Real Health & Performance's post 11/21/2022


This is our biggest deal yet and we’re SO excited!

▫️When you sign for 6 months, you get a 7th month free
▫️When you sign for 9 months, you get a 10th & 11th month free
▫️When you sign for 12 months, you get a 13th, 14th, and 15th month free

First 5 people to apply and sign will not only receive a full year of Premium on us but will also receive a $50 gift card!

The next 5 people to apply and sign after that will also receive a $50 gift card!

Seriously y’all, we’re STOKED for this!!

Deal will run TODAY (11/21) through Monday 11/28 at 11:59pm PST.



I know many of you can relate to this. You burn yourself out and stress out trying to go to the gym 6 days per week when you can realistically go at most 3 times.

It’s a vicious cycle. You force yourself to wake up at 4:45am after getting 5 hours of subpar sleep, drag through your workout, and see no results.

So you stick to that routine for a few weeks and quickly burnout. You stop going to the gym altogether and try to start up again in a few months.

Rinse and repeat. Over and over.

What if I told you that you’d be way better off starting at the bare minimum, prioritizing sleep instead, and building up to more as tolerated?

In fact, you don’t have to build up at all. You can still create a healthy lifestyle exercising 3x per week.

The biggest thing is CONSISTENCY.

I guarantee you’ll feel a whole lot better going to the gym consistently 2-3x per week instead of trying to force yourself to go 5-6x per week for a few weeks and burning out.



Just your friendly reminder that you CAN go to brunch, attend BBQs or holiday parties, go on date nights, and actually LIVE YOUR LIFE.

You get one life to live.

And I guarantee you when you’re 80 years old, you aren’t going to be saying “wow, I sure am glad I stayed home and enjoyed my raw spinach, plain chicken, and 6 almonds instead of going to get brunch with my friends”!

There absolutely IS a way to balance this all. I PROMISE you can still live your life without restriction and STILL be your healthiest self 🖤


If you consistently move your body, eat mostly whole, nutritious foods (with some fun foods & balance in there), manage stress, drink enough water, and sleep well, then you’re probably healthy.

If you consistently skip workouts, sometimes eat a vegetable, but don’t prioritize fueling your body, allow stress to run your life, neglect sleep, and don’t even know what water is, then you’re probably somewhat unhealthy or on your way to that.

Your body is adaptive in many ways.

Whatever you repeatedly do, it’ll want more of it.

If you eat a ton of sweets, chips, etc. (not ALWAYS a bad thing), then your body is going to want more of that.

It works the same way. The more you introduce your body to veggies and fresh foods, the more your body will want it.

The more you exercise the way you enjoy doing so, the more you’ll look forward to and crave movement.

Life is full of choices. We’re not only seeing a ton of unhealthy people, but also a ton of healthier people, too!

You’re busy, we get it. We’re ALL busy. Life is full of choices. You can mindlessly scroll social media for an hour OR you can get a walk or stretching in.

You don’t always HAVE to make the choice to take care of yourself and your health, but if you want to live a long, healthy, prosperous life, then making those tough choices can help.


Halloween is over and the holidays are upon us!

We know that these times can bring anxiety and stress over ruining the progress you’ve made throughout the year.

We’re here to help you thrive during the holidays, while still enjoying allllll the good food!

This is a FREE download and is available on our website NOW!

Download here:


Anyone else’s fav Halloween candy (and candy in general) Reese’s?

Also, Reese’s pumpkins, trees, eggs are way better than the cups 🤷🏽‍♀️

Happy Halloween y’all 👻



Restrictive diets (like keto) work initially because you’re removing an entire food group, which naturally leads to eating less.

Juice cleanses work initially because well, juice has no sustenance and low calories, so you’re eating slim to nothing (it’s not cleansing your gut, you just aren’t eating any real food lol).

Intermittent fasting works initially because you’re eating in a smaller window, which typically means you’re eating less. Hence, a calorie deficit.

At the end of the day, if you’re in a true calorie deficit, you’re going to lose weight. Plain and simple.

But if you create such an extreme deficit right off the bat, there’s a reason you can only stick to it for 2 weeks. You’re hungry, tired, and not enjoying the process.

Cutting isn’t the most enjoyable thing in the world, but it doesn’t have to be dreadful.

So my suggestion, take it SLOW. Stop removing entire (important) food groups. Stop creating a ton of “rules” for yourself while dieting.

Instead, keep the balance you have when in maintenance, maybe increase activity a little, and SLOWLY chip away at calories (I’m talking do an initial small decrease, keep it there a few weeks, see if you’re dropping weight/body fat, if you are keep intake there, if you aren’t, decrease a little again, and repeat).

Losing weight isn’t complicated, but for some reason the internet likes to make it that way.



Health is Not a Phase Webinar


I had a new client tell me she realized that she was stronger than she thought she was once she started training with an RPE goal.

RPE = rate of perceived exertion. It’s essentially how hard you’re pushing yourself in an exercise or workout.

It’s a super useful tool to check-in with yourself throughout your training sessions to ensure you’re pushing yourself hard enough (or in a deload phase, ensuring you aren’t over exerting yourself).

In my opinion, RPE may be one of the most underrated (and underutilized) tool in training.



Thursday, October 20th @ 4:00pm PST

We are doing our first ever webinar open to anyone and everyone!!!

Better yet, all three of our coaches will be together to deliver you all of the amazing info they have to share!

We’re covering:
• How there is more to health than cutting/bulking
• The importance of food freedom
• The importance of enjoying the exercise you choose to do
• Our own personal experiences related to this

And more!

PLUS you’ll get some free resources for showing up!




Let me preface this with: I’VE BEEN THERE.

I always wanted to weigh 135. And I got there! And guess what? I didn’t feel any more accomplished than I did at 145.

Now, I completely understand needing to lose scale weight for legitimate health reasons. But I challenge you to set goals OUTSIDE of that number instead of getting hyper focused on it.

Here are a few goals you can set that lead to weight loss, but don’t involve a specific number:
• get 7-9 hours of quality sleep every night
• strength train 3-4x per week
• performance goals (ex: squat X weight by X date)
• decrease 3% body fat in the next 5 months
• eat 2 servings of veggies & 2 servings of fruit daily

Remember: goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely (SMART).

This is why saying I want to lose 30 lbs isn’t necessarily a good goal to have because it’s really only the S & M in SMART. If it’s not time-sensitive, we don’t know if it’s realistic or not.

Plus, at the end of the day weight is subjective. 150 lbs at 20% body fat (which is a healthy body fat % for women) looks MUCH DIFFERENT than 150 lbs at 40% body fat.



Thursday, October 20th @ 4:00pm PST

We are doing our first ever webinar open to anyone and everyone!!!

Better yet, all three of our coaches will be together to deliver you all of the amazing info they have to share!

We’re covering:
• How there is more to health than cutting/bulking
• The importance of food freedom
• The importance of enjoying the exercise you choose to do
• Our own personal experiences related to this

And more!

PLUS you’ll get some free resources for showing up!





Join our FREE Facebook group here for extra advice, challenges, and more!
REAL Fitness & Nutrition Advice


You could do all of the strength training, all of the cardio, hit your macros/calories perfectly and still not see results if you aren’t TRULY taking care of your body.

Now, stress happens. We’re human. The cool thing is that the body has the ability to manage stress. To an extent.

What the body has difficulty managing is chronic stress.

Some effects of chronic stress:
▪️ Low sleep/insomnia
▪️ Higher cravings for fatty/sugary foods (comfort food)
▪️ Adrenal fatigue
▪️ Low energy (can lead to less moving throughout the day, which is less energy expenditure)
▪️ Affected GI tract, causing digestive issues
▪️ In a very long term, chronic stress situation, can result in low thyroid hormone production (causes excessive tiredness and possible weight gain, as well as a less efficient/slowed metabolism)

Among other things.

The point is, if you think “health” is just workouts and nutrition, you’re wrong.

Your health includes stress, sleep, overall movement through the day, digestion, water intake, and more.

Take care of your body and it will take care of you!

Photos from Real Health & Performance's post 10/07/2022


We’ve been working on this for a bit and WE’RE LIVE!

If you feel bored with your training, are unsure how to program for yourself, or are just ready to level up your training, this is for you!

Our monthly subscription will give you 5 workouts per week (but you can make it 3-4 per week if that works better for you)! Our goal is to periodize your training, focus on progressive overload, all while helping you feel stronger and more athletic!

Normally this subscription will be $27.99/mo, but from 10/6 to 10/21 it’s yours for $9.99/mo for LIFE (or until you cancel).

You can cancel at anytime, but you may not want to 😉

You can sign-up for the subscription on our website under “Ebooks”!

If you have any questions, drop em below! 👇


I hear “your diet is 90%, workouts are 10%” far too much.

It’s simply not true.

Sure, if you eat a bunch of s**t and not enough protein, you aren’t going to see the results you want.

But same goes for training! If you stick to the same exercises, same reps, same sets, etc. for a long period of time, your body will adapt and it won’t change.

You need periodization.

You need progressive overload.

You need to change sets, reps, tempo, rest periods, exercises, etc.

If you want a bigger ass, but you’re doing group fitness classes that mainly focus on cardio 5x per week, then well, no matter what you eat, you probably won’t get the ass you want.

So yes, fuel your body with nutritious foods.

But also remember that your training matters, too.


I hear it all the time.

“I’m planning to start after ‘X’ happens”

“I’ll have more time to commit to this when things slow down”

Here’s the deal, things won’t slow down. Life is always happening. Things are ALWAYS going to come up.

This is why I highly recommend just doing. Just start. Take messy action.

I actually love when people start creating habit change at their busiest times because if you can find a way to create sustainable, healthy habits when you’re running around with your head cut off, then you’ll be able to prioritize your health no matter what life throws at you.

And change doesn’t have to be complex. Make SMALL changes over a LONG period of time. Start with walks one week. The next week focus on water. After that, implement in balanced nutrition. And so on and so forth.

Your health isn’t a race. It’s meant to last a lifetime.

If you made it this far, this is your sign.

The best time to start is NOW.

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