Create powerful emails that turn your subscribers into clients.

Free Assessment: Find out what’s missing from your email list. Take my 8-question assessment and get a custom blueprint based off your current status.

Does your email list feel overwhelming?

Most fitness and nutrition professionals struggle with this same issue…

You know you need an email list, but keeping up with it can feel like a full time job. What should you say? How often should you send emails?

The good news — it’s not as complicated as most marketing “gurus” make it seem. With a few clear steps, you can be on your way to writing authentic emails that connect with your audience.

See how powerful email can be

My name is Tara and I help fitness and nutrition professionals like you master your email list and use it to grow your business.

I’ll show you how to ditch the overwhelm and start using email in an authentic way to turn subscribers into clients (and show you what you don’t need to spend your precious time on). 

Take my Free Assessment and find out what you should focus on next. 

Tara has done so much to enhance my email marketing. I was struggling with it before I hired her. Now it’s so much more engaging and in one month, my email sales more than doubled.

James Krieger

Weightology Research Review

After 30 years in the fitness industry, I still didn’t have an email list. Tara helped me understand why a small, loyal email list is more valuable than “likes” on social media. She took implementation off my plate and let me focus on what I’m good at….training clients!

Chad Landers

Push Private Fitness

“Tara’s precision that has made a massive impact on my business. My email sales grew by 240%

Paul Nobles

Eat To Perform

What should you do next with your email list?

Take my 8-question assessment and find out what’s missing from your email list. I’ll send you a blueprint with the next three proven methods to add to your email marketing (and why they matter). Get proven, battle-tested methods I’ve used for years and with my private clients.