About Me

HeadshotI am a PhD student studying Education at University of California, Riverside. I am also a Wellness Coach with Herbalife and an aspiring fitness competitor.

This is my personal blog. It is a work in progress! I plan to write on fitness, education, achieving goals and recreating yourself. I will also tell you about resources I have found helpful.

My goal is to share stories and experiences that are relevant for you. If you are looking to make changes in your life, especially in your fitness level, this blog is for you.

I plan to post two to three times a week. To make sure you don’t miss anything, check back often.

My Contact Information
You can contact me via email at abbyhatch@hotmail.com or friend me on Facebook.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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  1. did anyone here try hbfialere but didnt excersise and still lost weigh anyone plz response i just started and but i only drink the morning shakes and i eat a regular dinner but just cut back a little and a healthy snack later on and drink lots of water oh and i dont really wanna call it excersise i just dance silly with my baby sis for about 30 minutes and i dont do it everyday i also go outside to the park and stores alot so can anyone plz help ?

    • Hey, Makayla!

      After I first launched my blog, I was overwhelmed with spam comments. Hopefully, you’ll get an email so you see this reply!

      I get this question a lot! Do I have to exercise to lose weight? The answer? Nope.

      You’ll hear from many people that fitness is really 80% nutrition and only 20% exercise. Great news, right?! Just living an active life and moving your body works great when combined with healthy eating.

      However, I’ll be honest. That’s not what this blog is about. While you CAN lose weight without exercise, I challenge my clients to step it up. Start small. Build up to walking for 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week. From there, start to run. Add in strength training. At home, using your own body weight at first. Then, in the gym with heavy weights. With these steps, you can go from overweight, to average, to AMAZING.

      Rock star fitness takes more effort. And it’s worth it! 🙂