It's time to finally get the results you've been working for
Hi, I’m Coach Allison
I’ve been through the journey—learning to live fully in my body without fear of criticism or shame—and now I’m on a mission to help other women build strength, confidence, and the courage to step into their personal power.
As a former Division I athlete and collegiate coach, I learned that to make a champion, you need not just a motivated woman and a committed plan—you need a supportive team... or as I like to call it, the wolfpack.
When we’re going it alone, setbacks feel like mountains and we wonder if our successes are even making a difference. But in the pack, a shared path maintains our individual momentum, even amongst diverse goals. Community accountability puts us back on track; sisters cheer us on until success becomes sustainable.
If you’re tired of starting and stopping this diet and that program and are ready for a sustainable and smart approach to training then our pack is the link you’ve been missing. I want to help you get back in the game, feel confident in your body, and step into your personal power.
What you get
“I decided I wanted to change my body once and for all. My goal was to feel strong and lean and I knew if I could achieve this that my weight would tumble too. After a few sessions I began to get the hang of things and I saw my lifting weights begin to increase. It’s an exhilarating feeling. Allison has been extremely supportive and encouraging; sharing her knowledge in nutrition too. I’m so fortunate to have crossed paths with Allison. Trust me, you won’t regret signing up – I’m so glad I did!”
– SUZIE HENKE
“Allison was my soccer team’s fitness coach in college for 4 years where I was able to witness her dedication to her players first-hand. She pushed me to new standards of excellence while going to great lengths to ensure I was taking care of my body in a physically demanding schedule. Without question, I have never met a fitness instructor more dedicated to safe and efficient workouts, while increasing my confidence and self-expectations.”
– STEPHANIE VERDOIA, FORMER COLLEGE ATHLETE & PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYER