“When it comes to privacy and accountability, people always demand the former for themselves and the latter for everyone else.” – David Brin

We all need to be accountable for ourselves and to someone else if we want to achieve a goal.  The top 10% of individuals have someone in their life that holds them accountable.  Research shows that when someone has an accountability partner in fitness, they are 3 times more likely to achieve their goals than those people that go it alone. At Tash Wellness for Women, we are providing you with an accountability partner and an ambassador to help you on your journey with us.

Accountability Partner

You will be assigned an accountability partner and ambassador as part of your membership at TASH Wellness for Women. This team member will be in contact with you daily or weekly to help you achieve your behavior goals.

Monthly Group Discussion

TASH Wellness for Women is very proud of the Monthly Group Discussion we offer our members. We believe in a mind/body/spirit balance to life. If one of the 10 areas of your life is not in balance, it is important to work to bring that balance to your life. Once a month, we offer an online group discussion where our members can ask questions, and get their questions answered by their fellow members and Sharan. If you are having difficulty on your journey, most likely one of our members or team members have had the same issue. This is a great way to ask questions and get support from like-minded women.

“There’s no better feeling than putting on a pair of pants that you couldn’t fit into before. It’s a joy that’s hard to replicate. We want to make sure that we keep that feeling of happiness, and you can’t do that if you base your success on scale weight. That’s why we believe body composition is so important. Don’t go into a program to improve your health depending on scale weight alone. Dump the scale and work on a health program that builds muscle and loses fat.” Sharan

A body composition test is an attempt to separate every pound of your body into one of two categories: your fat mass and everything else.

What isn’t fat mass is considered “lean body mass” which consists of your bones, muscles, hair, water, and miscellaneous stuff.

Overweight means an excess of total body weight based on population averages for heights and body frame sizes. Athletes and very muscular people may be overweight, but that does not mean they are over fat. Obesity means an excess of body fat regardless of weight which is a label that can be challenging on your journey to health.

The more lean muscle tissue, the more calories (metabolism) you burn daily.

  • Body Composition Changes –More muscle means a higher weight
  • Weight Fluctuates Each Day –What you ate and drank yesterday shows up
  • Weight Does Not Show Health – low weight does not equal healthy
  • 1 Square Inch Of Muscle Weighs More Than 1 Square Inch Of Fat
  • Fat Is The Enemy, Not Weight
  • Lean Muscle Is Good – very good
  • Full body composition analysis
  • Volume analysis
  • Posture analysis
  • Measures body fat
  • Uses validated circumference methods
  • Rankings according to others
  • Sets fall loss goals
  • Easily tracks progress
  • Shows obesity related disease risks

Proven Strategies We Use:

  • Bi-monthly or monthly 30 minute one-on-one accountability/coaching sessions
  • Daily habit online check-in and lessons
  • Bi-monthly or monthly worksheets
  • Daily accountability partner check-ins
  • Facebook check-ins
  • Group meetings

"It is frustrating for those who are trying to lose weight and measure their success against the BMI or scale weight. The scale number will go up, but it doesn't tell you if it is muscle or fat. Remember, muscle is 20 percent heavier, than fat." Sharan

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