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Access our Support Community

One of the most impactful elements of Musclebound Mama is the unwavering support of our exclusive Facebook community.


Creating lasting change requires vulnerability and that is not easy. One of the ways we strive to make this leg of the journey easier for you is by providing a safe, nurturing environment to help you navigate through the often painful process of change.


Our Musclebound Mama Ambassadors have been selected for their incredible enthusiasm, compassion, and bravery in undergoing their own personal transformations. They have each been Musclebound Mama clients in the past and know what it’s like to be in your shoes and are committed to helping you reach your goals.

Meet Our Abassadors 

Liz's Story

I spent most of my adult life being overweight and struggled with the low self-esteem that often goes along with that. I tried almost every diet and weight loss program that I came across, and couldn’t understand why I couldn’t make anything “stick”.  Sophie has shown me how to combat shame and feeling deprived, and how important it is to take time for myself and my needs.

By stepping out of my comfort zone, I’ve found a love for kayaking, and hiking and have started running.  Until I started trying new things and saying “yes,” I didn’t realize how much of life I was missing out on.  

I am a mom of two amazing kids, and I’m happy to be helping them develop their own healthy relationships with food.


I live in rural Ottawa and run a home daycare,  and love the challenges and rewards of helping little people grow and learn. 

Kim's Story

I have struggled with my weight since I was a young girl.  My family was a “meat and potatoes” family that always had dessert and I can’t remember the first time I ate a salad.  I think it was when I was a teenager when I started with my yo-yo dieting. I recently had a life-changing health crisis that I am not mentally over but as I work on that, improving my health will be a BIG part of my recovery.

I also had a heart attack and recently the doctor found that I’m at very high risk for a stroke. Changing my relationship with food is an imperative part of decreasing that risk. I have to be the one to do the work but accountability is always helpful and I want to help others with their accountability, too.

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