About Susie

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Hello, and welcome to Real Food Real Fitness! I’m Susie R., certified holistic health and wellness coach. I’m also a mom to 4 beautiful kids, athlete, pilates and yoga enthusiast, dancer, Syphus trainer, wellness junkie, and REAL food activist. You can often find me in my kitchen prepping healthy meals and snacks. Cooking is a passion and also stress relief to me. I love to spend time with my kids outdoors and I love any type of athletic challenge especially HIIT (high-intensity interval training) my favorite being Syphus Training. I am a huge advocate for the Paleo diet yet my favorite take on it is the Primal Blueprint written by Mark Sisson. I also believe the teachings of Weston A. Price to be extremely beneficial and follow and prepare many of his recommended nourishing sacred foods. I am here to help you navigate through the mass amounts of health information out there today. The media and internet bombards us daily and its overwhelming very often conflicting health information. I felt that way too and that is why I wanted to put information out there that busy people like ourselves can make sense of. I promise to give you facts not the fads of proper nutrition and overall wellness.  

I want YOU to reach your ultimate healthy self by understanding the connection you have to the food you eat. Knowing where the food grew and came from is a key component. Eating animals that were humanely raised on their natural diet, avoiding processed foods and preparing traditional nutritious foods in your own kitchen. When you cook and eat this way you begin to cultivate an awareness of what you are putting into your body.  Finding Real whole foods that work for you and healing yourself with a whole foods nutrient dense diet are all essential parts of being food connected. Your body will appreciate this and work the right way or heal itself if needed.

Fitness is a huge part of my life too. It is through primal functional fitness we can transform not only our bodies but our minds. We gain strength and the ability to deal with stress and whatever up’s and down’s life throws at us. Primal exercise and HIIT (high-intensity interval training) is a way of exercising our bodies were meant to do. Sprints, running, walking, crawling, hopping, lunging, planks, balancing, lifting heavy things, pushing and pulling heavy things with short intervals of rest are all examples. We need to challenge this beautiful vessel we were given and it will produce a strong physique. Don’t get me wrong I do love a great pilates, yoga, or barre class and they too have their benefits. But I am a muscle girl, competitive and strong and I like a HIIT challenge!!

I believe it is my mission is to share and encourage the philosophy of a truly well-rounded healthy lifestyle in our modern world.

“To keep the body in good health is a duty….otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear”.  -Buddha
 Email me at: SusieR@realfoodrealfitness.com

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