We all know what it’s like to feel less than one hundred percent — not totally satisfied with how we look and feel or completely happy with how we perform on a competitive and cognitive level. We also all know what it’s like to cope with this shared struggle by making food choices that send us into a spiral or, just as frustrating, a plateau.
But why do we continue to self-sabotage when our uninformed choices just push us further and further from our one hundred percent? Why do we put up walls between ourselves and outside help, when what we really need is someone to keep us accountable? And why do we continue to let our nutrition pull us toward the direction of unhappy, like an overwhelming gravitational force?
At Working Against Gravity (WAG), we exist simply because we believe we can free ourselves of loaded questions like these with the right nutrition coaching. That we can rise above it all, like a phoenix from the ashes (dramatic but you get it), when we intentionally nourish our bodies from the inside out.
So for those who’ve had enough with being held back by certain foods, for those who are tired of white knuckling it on their own, for people who are ready to make a physical, mental and emotional transformation by way of wholesome, fuel-focused nutrition, for the 9-5 desk jockey, the weekend warrior, the Olympic lifter, the quarter-to-mid life crisis-er or even the person who just sees no harm in a little self-improvement — this program is for you.
We are ready to help you make a change if you are.
This wasn’t a name chosen out of thin air. We picked this specific word pairing because our collective goal is to work against the forces that weigh us down — both literally and figuratively. While this program is no walk in the park (hence the word “working” in our name), our hope is that it makes the relationship we have with food easier over time. Because life can be better than “good”, “alright” and “fine.” It can be freaking awesome when we are no longer at the mercy of what or why we eat.
“I have developed a system for working with individuals on developing a positive relationship with food (and themselves) by removing the guilt surrounding our eating habits. No gimmicks, no meal plans, no restrictions, just finding what works for you through patience, education, and a little hard work.” - Adee Cazayoux, founder of WAG.