Testimonials

Feedback from my clients has been a major factor in helping me to keep going with this project! It warms my heart to know that my workouts are helping people have a better quality of life. Here’s some comments I received about my workouts and programs:

 
 
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Bridget Curtiss

“My name is Bridget, and I am in my late twenties. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2015 along with suffering with other medical conditions. It definitely has been a life changing experience as well as a confusing several years. About a year ago, I made the decision to leave my dream job because I felt the job was no longer conducive for my health, and I have had to do a lot of soul searching.
 I will be honest that I have had many excuses for avoiding exercise. “I am in too much pain and shouldn’t exercise” or I was worried that I may cause a fibromyalgia flare if I did the wrong exercise or did too much too soon. Recently, I made the decision to take the leap and start exercising regularly because I wanted to feel healthier and stronger. I am so happy that I found your YouTube channel as it has been such an inspiration to me. It definitely gives me hope for a healthier and happier future. I cannot express accurately in words how grateful I am for your work in helping people such as myself to live healthier and happier lives. I am enjoying the 23 day workout plan. I just completed day #8, and I already feel leaner, longer, and stronger. It has been extremely beneficial to have a plan of what order to do the exercise videos in each day. I look forward to seeing my body continue to change. Thank you for continuing to make these videos.”

 
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Jeanette Moser

“Getting an autoimmune disease definitely brought its downsides. It brought pain, fatigue, rashes, and depression. When I started to exercise regularly it rejuvenated my mind and helped get me out of a period of depression. It has helped me to loosen up my joints and to make my fatigue a little more manageable. Even though I will never be able to exercise lupus out of my life...I feel better. On top of that, I have lost 16 pounds since being diagnosed with lupus. No gym membership necessary! Just this little space by my bed and low to medium intensity workouts by Cocolime Fitness that are geared towards chronic pain and fatigue sufferers. I wanted to share this part of my journey to encourage any of you who are debating on taking the plunge to bettering your health. If I, a person with chronic pain and fatigue who is knee-deep in grad school studies can do it, so can you!”

 
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Kim Russell

“I have been an athlete all my life and found I have arthritis in my lower back and elsewhere.  I’m too young for all this! LOL Your program has me moving again after a few years of almost complete inactivity.”

 
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Daniele burt

“Hi! My name is Daniele and I have fibromyalgia and hashimoto’s disease. I am absolutely loving your workouts. I was in a very bad car accident 2.5 years ago, had a displaced broken tibia along with other more minor injuries. But because of all of the soft tissue damage in the car accident, they decided against surgery so my bone healed still displaced near my knee. I now have severe arthritis and pain in my left knee. I have been doing pretty well with these exercises and one of my favorites to do is the lazy day workout. It was the one that made me decide to purchase your 23 day plan. I think you’re a wonderful teacher and make it fun for me. Thank you for producing content that has actually made me excited to workout. I had tried a “boot camp” style program. The trainers there told me I’d be able to do everything, and though they did their best to modify for me, it just wasn’t working. I needed more rest days in between and at that point seemed useless. But I’m able to do your workouts 4-5 times a week. I’m feeling hopeful that I’ll be able to at least get back to the mobility and strength I had before my accident since I gained a lot of weight from not being able to walk for 4 months.”