Kristy Kilcup, Health, Life And Wellness Transformation Coach, Is Closing The Gap On What's Missing In Most Weight Loss Programs Today
Have you been putting your weight loss goals on pause to avoid how you feel about them? And, what if you could step back, breathe, and let go of all of your preconceived notions and experiences with the other weight loss plans to again embark on this weight loss transformation journey and witness the NEW you?
Often said, your perspectives and habits are the foundation of what you can expect on your journey through life. Certified Health, Life and Mastery Transformation Coach, Kristy Kilcup, spotlights this adage more than ever. For almost 30 years now, Kristy has supported her clients through their weight loss, mental health, self-care, and self-acceptance journey.
She successfully helps her clients get off the weight loss rollercoaster by working with them to understand that a weight loss goal is always about more than just weight loss, diet plans or calorie counting.
It's not just about the quality of food.
"To be successful in achieving long-term weight loss, attention must be drawn to my client's mental health," Kristy explains. Accordingly, the quality of food isn't enough to smash all these goals. To address this, she builds her programs around creating flexibility, giving control back to her clients, teaching them stress management techniques, and showing them how to introduce foods that give them the energy to get through their day successfully. As your coach, she doesn't just want to see you crushing your weight loss goals but to experience a full transformation in your emotional, spiritual and physical health.
It's not just about the quantity of food.
When one plunges into a weight loss journey, it's common to see them consuming small portions while ignoring their cravings. While the quality of food and smaller portions are essential, Kristy emphasizes flexibility, various options, and a readiness assessment during her client's weight loss journey. According to her, having a program that allows for flexibility to meet the demands of a women's life while maintaining a careful check on food quality and quantity is super important in a long-term successful weight loss journey.
"Women project manage at work, and project manage at home, there is barely any time for themselves," Kristy states. Her program is different in that her clients get to decide which foods to eat, so she is not left buying a whole fridge full of new foods or learning a bunch of new recipes.
It goes beyond following a diet plan.
One often invests in a wellness and health plan to find a coach to address unhealthy food habits to achieve a healthy lifestyle. However, Kristy believes it is not the only thing that matters.
She works with her clients 1:1 to create a positive mindset and self-belief while re-igniting motivation, dedication, and the resilience that lives inside each of them. Her program provides a holistic plan that acknowledges mental and physical challenges like chronic stress, high blood pressure, cholesterol, and high blood sugar while helping circumvent hormone imbalances, inflammation, and gut health issues with her cellular support supplement.
With Kristy, the process of diving into a healthy life goes beyond "just weight loss" as the transformation journey works to overcome self-doubts, self-sabotaging behaviours, and self-loathing.
Right from the outset, Kristy's 1:1 coaching approaches have kept her ahead of the curve and her program, Healthy YOU, is what sets her apart as a health, life and transformation coach. This 8-week online program offers flexibility and control, integrates at-home exercise prescription and works according to the client's pace. In addition, her main goal is to address the life problems that women face at large, such as stress, hormone imbalances, and not making themselves a priority through her 1:1 services and supplement.
She says, "We as health experts need to step up and not set unrealistic goals for our clients. We often forget to address the NO. 1 and NO. 2 issues that lead to failure in the weight loss journey; their overeating behaviour and the root cause behind it, as well as their current health status."