Angie’s been on the Lotta Nutrition program for a while now but it’s only recently that she’s buckled down and started to trust the process, which for her meant being consistent. Her progress is awesome and she’s nowhere near finished.

Sarah had 3 strict pull ups prior to doing Coach Erin’s 8-week pull-up program. Now she has 9. It also doesn’t hurt that’s she been on the Lotta Nutrition program!

Chest 41.5
Upper arm 13.25
Waist 39.5
Hips 45
Thigh 26.5
Weight 189.6
Chest 38.5
Upper arm 12.5
Waist 35.25
Hips 42.5
Thigh 25.5
Weight 176.8
-3″ chest
-.75″ upper arm
-4.25″ waist
-2.5″ hips
-1″ thigh
-12.8 lbs.


I have dominated Whole30 challenges and trimmed down for weddings and swimsuit season like a champ but moderation has always been a weakness. I was a meal prepper and (mostly) ate clean healthy food, but my “cheat” days were quite intense. I had no grip on serving size and no self-control when it came to trigger foods.

Enter Lotta Nutrition. I have learned the macros system, how to appropriately measure and plan my meals, the magic of consistency, the power of accountability through coaching, and the discipline of quick recovery when I allow myself to enjoy holidays and gatherings with family and friends. With the addition of the precision nutrition programming, I have gained an element of mental and emotional (for the most part, let’s be honest here) control over my diet.

This programming has followed me through moves around the country and changes in training from being sidelined due to injury to almost exclusively cardio intense rowing and back to CrossFit, I have lost weight, changed my body composition, and I am eating more that I ever have…..not of anything I want, but of high quality, nutrient dense foods. I feel fueled by my food and freed from it.

I have two recent nutrition wins:

1. In my kitchen, I currently have three servings gone from a week old open bag of Siete Foods Lime Tortilla Chips. I also have a dark chocolate bar with two servings missing. These are foods that I once “couldn’t be trusted alone with”. I know they will still be there tomorrow and I can fit them into my macros another day.

2. Last week I attended a wedding. I didn’t have to change my diet nor workout routine in the weeks before in order to slim down to feel good in a dress. I was quite compliant in the weeks leading up to it, but I didn’t have to crash to make that happen.

These wins can’t be measured on a scale or with a tape measure, but they make my efforts worth it.


Giving up Starbucks and 5 weeks is all it took to get things rolling for Rachel. Can’t wait to see what the next 6 months brings!

If you’re consistent, things can happen very quickly. Change is 90% mental. Maria showed up for 6 weeks (18 total classes) and gave 100% effort and it shows.

Neck: 13.25″
Waist: 35″
Hips: 40.5″
Upper arm: 11.5″
Thigh: 22″
Calf: 14.25″

6 Weeks Later
Neck: 12.75″
Waist: 33.75″
Hips: 38″
Upper arm: 11.5″
Thigh: 22.5″
Calf: 13.75″

Numbers don’t lie. Both Amy and Lyndsey have been putting in lots of hard work, day in and day out over the past year and it shows. Below is their 1 year BOD POD results. Both lost body fat and gained muscle.

Lyndsey attended 260 CrossFit classes last year and started doing the Lotta Nutrition program in June 2016. Amy attended 175 CrossFit classes last year nad started doing the Lotta Nutrition program in January 2016.

Lyndsey’s CrossFit Story

hanley —  February 15, 2017 — Leave a comment

My CrossFit journey started in January of 2015. Growing up, I played many sports and continued to consider myself a fit and athletic person. Even still, I was terrified my first day of elements. At the beginning, my understanding of CrossFit was based on the CRAZY FIT athletes you see on TV… causing me to seriously doubt my “fit and athletic” abilities. In all honesty, those first couple weeks sucked! I could not do push-ups or pull-ups, a 35 lb. barbell felt like 100 lbs., and my kettlebell swings were a huge struggle! Soon enough, this frustration turned into determination and dedication. I started attending CrossFit classes five to six times per week and soon realized this whole CrossFit thing was actually really fun! I began challenging myself daily – adding a little more weight each time I would lift. I would spend a little extra time working on weaknesses (ALL THINGS GYMNASTICS), and over time I saw results. These results were not immediate or easy. It took me a little over a year to do a pull-up, YES A WHOLE YEAR FOR A SINGLE PULL-UP! That feeling of accomplishing my goal was empowering and exciting and left me wanting more. I started setting new goals and continue to do so today!

The community at CrossFit Hud has been a HUGE factor in my progress and fitness journey. The members at CrossFit Hud have gone from complete strangers to family. This community is very positive and encouraging, making classes even more enjoyable! The coaches? I could not say anything but wonderful things about all of them! They are knowledgeable, supportive, and continue to motivate me to strive for new goals! The coaches constantly provide individualized modifications for movements and workouts to prevent injury and cater to each member’s individual needs. They definitely go above and beyond! I am just starting my third year of CrossFit and cannot believe all the accomplishments made in a short amount of time. I have overcome fears and hit more PR’s than I can count. Three short years ago 135 lb. back squat felt like I was lifting a house… Now a reasonable goal to reach is 250 lbs. by the end of the year. Three years ago I could not do a single pull-up… Now I have completed workouts with 100 pull-ups and even chest to bar pull-ups! I have challenged myself by competing in inner gym competitions and overcome my fear of handstands! On a good day, I can even rep out a few good handstand push-ups. A friend once told me “fitness is a journey, not a destination” and I cannot wait to see where this journey takes me in 2017!