The Right Time, The Right Plan

Strive 2 Thrive is not your typical health and fitness coaching service.   A number of factors make up the S2T difference, but most importantly, our focus is middle aged and older folks – boomers and beyond, especially those who have never been into exercise or taking charge of their health and wellness.  If that’s you, then you’re probably nearing a tipping point in your healthspan – the length of life not burdened by advancing chronic disease, disabilities and loss of independence.

Coaches make halftime adjustments to give their team a better chance of winning the second half.  S2T coaching can help you make adjustments to give you a better chance of living a high quality of life for as long as possible.  It’s a tipping point because we no longer have the reserves of our youth that let us get away with so much.  We say “age doesn’t matter” because getting “old” has more to do with how we live every day than age or aging.   We can be old at 45 or young at 75.  The good news is that it is almost never too late to get started.  You can change your course, and perhaps your destiny, by making some adjustments now.  We’ll begin from where you are right now.  This is the right time to take action.  This is your time.  Think of the possibilities.


Thriving in our later years is not something we can take for granted.  We have to make it happen.  It doesn’t require big changes, but rather simple adjustments in daily thoughts and actions, taking charge of health risks, self managing chronic conditions and strengthening weaknesses.  Our mission is to help you make the changes that will give you the best chance of living the life you want to live 10, 20 or 30 years from now.  You have the ability and the courage.  All you need is a coach to help you get there.


Schedule a free initial consultation to see if S2T coaching is right for you.  Call or email and we’ll get back to you to schedule a time to answer any questions about our services.

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