Hi, I’m Julie Greenberg.

Breast Cancer Survivor, Mom of Three (1 set of twins), and NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach! I am here to help you overcome the obstacles that life throws at us!

My motivation for becoming a personal trainer and nutrition coach was to help those who need it the most. While going through cancer treatment and my fertility journey the only thing holding me together was my morning workouts! It was a place for me to let it all out. The anger, the hurt, the disappointment and so much more! For me, exercise is not just a weight-loss tool! It is my anti-anxiety medicine, my outlet, and my happy place! I also know that exercise is not something that everyone loves.

I am here to provide you with the support, motivation, and accountability that you need! I do this through online accountability groups, individual online personal training and nutrition coaching! If you are looking for someone who has been through the trenches I am your GIRL!

I am passionate about helping others overcome self-doubt, feel good in their clothes, build confidence, live with more energy, and find time to work on themselves! I know first hand how hard it can be to find time to make yourself a priority!

You just need to take the next step… ACTION!

Let’s do this together and find the perfect solution for YOU!

Ready to get started?

“If you’re trying to achieve, there will be roadblocks. I’ve had them; everybody has had them. But obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” – Michael Jordan

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Pre Double Mastectomy Surgery Prep Items

We all get the "same" instructions from our doctors but here are a few things I have found that worked amazing Pre-Surgery and Post Surgery. These by far have been my most used items: These drain holders are easy to sleep with as well as the shower or just lounge in.

Feel it on the First!

It all starts with early detection! I am the one that felt the lump on my breast and if I wouldn't have notified my doctor things may not have turned out the way they did!! Here are directions on how to complete self-exam

2 Weeks Post Surgery

I‘m learning to ask for help when needed and to rest when I am tired. I am hoping to get the drains out this week, the latest next week and then we can start making progress with the expanders. Each day gets a little easier and I'm getting used to asking for help.  This has been a very hard process for me to get used to. With time comes healing and I am ready to put this past me. I just have to wait for about 4 more months.

The #Boobtruth

It was a June morning and I felt something on my left breast (I never did self-checks but now I promote them to everyone) and called my doctor. With my family history and what I described, she made an appointment to see her the next day and once I saw her she ordered a mammogram, ultrasound, and biopsy.  Six days later I heard the words YOU HAVE BREAST CANCER.