...then I became a mom and everything changed!
Teaching is exhausting. I have so much love and respect for all the teachers out there still giving it all in their classrooms.
Mom-ing is exhausting!
Both, had me falling face down on the bed as soon as I got home from work, only to peel myself off a few seconds later to take care of my family!
Alison Marie is the founder of Living Room Workout Club. Her simplified and results driven method helps busy moms stop the endless scrolling through Pinterest for the next best recipe or the next fad workout, rein it in, get back to basics and simplify their health into less that 30 minutes a day.
As a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Weight Loss Specialist, Alison knows fitness … but after having her first baby and going back to work full time, her lifestyle was anything but fit. Even though she knew what needed to be done, she didn’t know how to make it work with her new exhausting, overwhelming, out-of-control mom life.
Fast forward to a few years later, Alison Marie has helped countless other busy moms crush the overwhelm by usings a simple, step-by-step formula to regain control over their bodies and lives so they can meet the challenges of motherhood (and feel fabulous doing it)! She’s been featured in a variety of media outlets including FitFluential, Not Your Typical Mom Podcast, and SHAPE magazine.
In addition to being a certified professional trainer and certified weight loss specialist, Alison Marie holds a Doctorate in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech. She has taught everything from sixth grade through collegiate level courses, some while running Living Room Workout Club. Her efficient scientific approach and passion for teaching shines through in all of her programs.
And, yes, she maintains her own amazing physique by following the Living Room Workout Club formula.
Using the same simplified and results driven method, I've helped many other busy moms lose the baby weight, uncover their true strength and reclaim their bodies and lives.
These moms have learned to look at food as fuel for their bodies.
They know how to efficiently integrate exercise into their daily lives.
They have created sustainable, consistent healthy habits.
They no longer feel overwhelmed trying to “do it all.”
They have learned how to simplify the process.