Nutrition isn’t just about eating. It’s about learning to live.
At Pursuit, we believe that nutrition is as important to your health and well-being as your exercise program. The food that you put into your body has a profound impact on the way you look and feel. When you eat the right food in the right amount and at the right time, you will build muscle and lose fat much more efficiently.
Just like our fitness programs, we believe that eating right should become a part of your long-term health strategy. That’s why we don’t offer a “diet.” Instead, we want to help you learn how to eat well with a program that fits in with your lifestyle.
Our 5-Week introductory program is called Fitness Foundations. Our 1-to-1 coaching is the sequel to learning more about nutrition and applying healthier habits to your lifestyle. We call this Foundations 4 Life – an ongoing nutrition program to help you stay on track in the long run and give you personal guidance to succeed in your nutrition health.
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Whether you want to look better in your clothes, reach new activity levels, gain more self confidence, or just live a healthy life, the common denominator is always nutrition.”
*Individual results may vary
"I started to see progress that had eluded me for so long."
The best thing from the program is looking at the results I have today.
I've developed a completely different relationship with food.
“Overall, my challenge was thinking about nutrition as a “diet.” It was something temporary and usually unsustainable. I went through years of yo-yo dieting and trying to out-exercise my food choices. I really wanted to understand nutrition and how to use food to fuel my body, instead of using food as an emotional reward or comfort. Beyond the pounds and inches lost, I’ve developed a completely different relationship with food. I’ve learned how and when to eat and gained a much clearer understanding of portions. Best of all, this isn’t a diet. I don’t feel deprived or missing out. I am empowered to have a cheat meal because I know it won’t derail my progress. I can easily get right back into the program without the guilt or sabotage a cheat meal would have previously caused.” ~ Katie Brunton
Keep it simple and be committed to the program.
Now my views of food are totally different.
Anna and this program taught me that food is fuel for my body. Learning how to “power” my body is a lifelong journey. I used to eat for all the wrong reasons – when I was happy, when I was bored, sad. Now my views of food are totally different, and much healthier! ~ Erin Heidemann
"It gave me the power and control I needed over food choices."
“My biggest struggle was yo-yo dieting. I would jump on the band wagon with whatever the latest fad was, oftentimes the diets were too restrictive for long term use. Any diet that offered a follow-up maintenance phase typically required the purchase of expensive bars or shakes. I would tire easily of bars and shakes. Most of the time I would lose weight, but I would eventually gain it back.
I felt hopeless. I struggled with some high cholesterol issues, and I did not want to take medications. On one diet I was taking the suggested dosage of diet supplements and I almost passed out at work. Upon having full blood work completed my doctor discovered that some of hormones were extremely high. 30 days of being off the diet supplements I was back to normal. Of course there was also the self-confidence issue of being overweight.
The LIFE program continued where the Foundations program left off, and helped me continue down the path of changing my eating habits. It gave me the power and control I needed over food choices. By continuing with good habits, I met my goal weight. Best of all I have maintained my goal weight. More importantly I feel better. I definitely conquered yo-yo dieting. But additionally I overcame making poor food choices, and indulging too often. Now when I make poor choices, I can feel the difference in my body. I no longer feel hopeless. Physically and mentally I feel great.” ~ Michelle Herring