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!

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I know how important mindset is in the process of making sustainable change, and one of the most common mindset mistakes that I see my clients and friends make is being too rigid. 

I don’t think things have to be this way. I don’t think that flexibility and balance are mutually exclusive with seeing the results you want. Check out my free e-book, “Secrets of Moderation,” to learn more about the mindset tips and tricks that I use with my clients to build a moderate and sustainable mindset for long-lasting results!

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Have you been trying to change for years?

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

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    How Hard Should You Work On Your Fitness Goals?
    How Hard Should You Work On Your Fitness Goals? Getting to the Gym on a Rainy Day As the gray rain patters against my office window, when I would rather stay in my sweater and drink coffee at my computer (but know I should go to the gym), this is a question I ask myself. […]
  • Flipping the Script: Holiday Months as a Time of Progress
    Flipping the Script Holiday Months as a Time of Progress It is common fitness and nutrition advice to focus on maintaining weight, rather than losing weight, during the holiday season. In some ways, this is sensible – during the holidays, your normal schedule is disrupted more often than usual, and there are also more opportunities […]
  • Start Where You Are: Choosing Strategies Wisely
    Start Where You Are: Choosing Strategies Wisely Intermittent fasting is a topic that comes up frequently in my online groups, as it’s a topic that makes “health news” and seems like an appealing alternative to traditional dieting. I often find myself fielding questions about it, and sometimes people are surprised that – as much as […]
  • healthy in italy
    Staying Fit and Healthy in Italy
    Staying Fit and Healthy in Italy A Guide to Enjoying The World’s Greatest Cuisine Traveling is one of my favorite pastimes, and I’m always vaguely affronted when people drag “waistline” into the conversation around travel. In my experience, it’s not an either-or proposition. It’s not as though enjoying food and departing from your normal routine […]
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    Intuitive Eating and Calorie Counting: Are They Mutually Exclusive?
    Intuitive Eating and Calorie Counting: Are They Mutually Exclusive? False Dichotomies Intuitive eating and what I’ll call “planned eating” are often contrasted as occupying opposite ends of a philosophical continuum. On one end is intuitive eating, embodying complete trust in the body’s wisdom, as well as its ability to regulate itself without external interference and […]

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