Keely P.

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I first heard about the Adaptive Nutrition Program shortly after joining Crossfit in June of 2016. I waited until January 2017 to join the Adaptive Nutrition Program because “it just wasn’t a good time” with weddings, football season, upcoming holidays and just being generally busy with life. My one regret is having not joined sooner.

Adaptive Nutrition is truly adaptive. The one-on-one coaching is fantastic and helps to keep you accountable, but also helps you to pinpoint challenges in your lifestyle that could be inhibiting your success. My coach Kia and I found that I had clinically low Vitamin D levels and that my sleep quality (along with my food choices) was greatly influencing my ability to lose weight, build muscle and perform at my best. I would have never learned that on my own. There is no guess work in it, they give you all the tools to be successful.

I have nothing but good things to say about my experience with Adaptive Nutrition. I have been able to lose body fat and gain lean muscle mass, while spending less time meal prepping than I used to. I no longer have horrible 3 pm slumps and my energy levels and mental clarity are better than they have been in years.

I thought that I was eating well, but I definitely did not realize how powerful the food was I was putting into my body. I did not recognize the all over, constant inflammation taking place in my body from my food choices. Typically, I would wake up sore and not ready to take on the next work out, but since starting with Adaptive Nutrition, I have consistently been waking up with more energy and less muscle soreness than I experienced before while also hitting PR's in the gym on my front squats, back squats, overhead squats, squat cleans and squat snatches. Things that were challenging before just seem to require less effort, it’s a great feeling!

One of the best things about Adaptive Nutrition is that once your 6 week one-on-one coaching is over, you still have access to the app they provide you so that you can continue to be successful and achieve your goals on your own. If you have any desire to be the best version of yourself that you can be (in the gym and outside of it), I would highly recommend giving Adaptive Nutrition a try.

Kia Wright