Rachel Trotta

Rachel Trotta: CPT/FNS/TES

Discover how easy it can be to love your body with Rachel Trotta, certified personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist!

I know that mindset is key, which is why I have created my free gift for you – the Secrets of Moderation. This 34-page guide will give you in-depth insights on cultivating a balanced mindset and learning to enjoy a healthy lifestyle!

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I believe that healthy habits make people happier. I am passionate about coaching women to pursue simple, sustainable strategies that promote better health, self-esteem, fitness, and a more positive outlook on life and themselves.

I distill the most relevant and timely research on women’s health, exercise, strength, nutrition, and weight loss into an insightful and caring dialogue with my clients.

I coach clients one-on-one all over the world via Skype or phone, I share my lifestyle through my blog, and I partner with community organizations to organize healthy living initiatives.

I work with women who are committed to living life to the fullest, and need the help of a professional to take their fitness and energy to the next level.

My clients:

  • Enjoy increased self-esteem and confidence in their bodies
  • Develop a deeper connection with their intuition and their physical and emotional needs
  • Learn to delight in self-care and maintaining forward progress on their health goals

Ready to get started? Let’s work together! 

Recent Blog Posts

  • habits first
    Habits First
    Habits First A New Closed Facebook Group Just a short announcement today! About two months ago, I ran a test group on Facebook with about 20 people, and we did a six-week challenge together to start new habits. Here were some closing comments from the group participants: I can fit more into my day than […]
  • food as fuel
    More Than Fuel
    More Than Fuel An Alternative to “Either-Or” Thinking After years of over-reliance on food for comfort, stimulation, and self-soothing, dieters often bounce aggressively to the other end of the spectrum, adopting the mantra that “food is fuel.” As in, food is not for enjoyment or for pleasure – it’s just to give your body the […]
  • sugar addiction
    Sugar Addiction: Fact or Fiction?
    Sugar Addiction: Fact or Fiction? Why I Haven’t Joined the Anti-Sugar Cult Do you have a “sweet tooth”? Do you struggle to stop eating a sugary treat once you’ve started? Do you find that you crave sugar, and crave it more when you eat more carbohydrates and sweets? Have you ever crashed from a sugar […]
  • not always about weight loss
    Client Spotlight: “It’s Not Always About Weight Loss”
    Client Spotlight “It’s Not Always About Weight Loss” When I talk about my remote coaching work with people, they are almost incredulous that an arrangement like this could work. I get a lot of questions like these: “You mean… you never see them?” “Wait, you’ve never met this person?” “How does it even work?” The answer to […]
  • mindful eating
    Driven to Distraction: Mindful Eating Habits in the Modern World
    Driven to Distraction: Mindful Eating Habits in the Modern World Last week, we talked about one aspect of mindful eating, the hunger scale – how you can monitor your own levels of fullness while eating simply by tuning into your body’s signals. But using the hunger scale as a tool pre-supposes a crucial sticking point […]

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