For far too long coaches, the diet industry and the scientific
literature have focused their efforts on what to do during a diet.

But what happens after a diet?

From both the scientific literature and hundreds of conversations with clients over the years, it’s clear that yo-yo dieting and a black and white mindset repeatedly result in the same outcome: Weight regain.

And with weight regain comes metabolic and hormonal disruptions, a lack of confidence with one’s ability to make change, and a reduced quality of life.

What if we could change that tired narrative?

Coaches, it’s not enough to just get clients shredded. It’s not enough to set them up on a plan, but not give them the tools to succeed. As an industry, we need to elevate our standard of care, improve our understanding of relevant physiological and psychological practices, and learn the ins and out of coaching principles.

There is both an art and a science to high quality, effective coaching.

This mentorship was designed by Laurin to guide you through both, while teaching you how to tactically and effectively increase your client’s success.

Breaking it down:


12-week small group mentorship with weekly calls via Zoom.

Each call will be split between 40-45 minutes lessons + 15-20 minutes of live Q&A.
These calls will be recorded and sent out after each session for replay.
There is no additional email support outside of the calls. The live Q&A’s serve as your time to ask questions and connect with the group.
The price for this mentorship is $299/monthly for a 3-month commitment or $799 for an upfront commitment.

Mentorship outline

Week 1: What is diet flexibility, and why is it important for your client? Breaking down rigid versus flexible restraint, and working through the continuum of tracking habits, macros, and intuitive eating.

Week 2: Asking the right questions. During the initial assessment and weekly check ins to maximize client success, and how to implement strategies like motivational interviewing.

Week 3: Priming the client for change. How to approach the pre-diet period and create client buy in.

Week 4: How to implement untracked meals. Why adding these to a client’s program before a diet will improve their adherence and relationship with food.

Week 5: Bridging the gap between physical and mental health. Shifting stress perception and establishing mental health non-negotiables.

Week 6: Coaching principles for a successful diet. How to increase adherence and learn when to use protocols like carb cycling and refeeds.

Week 7: Other diet considerations. Navigating the conversation around ‘others’ like sleep, alcohol, caffeine, bloodwork and more.

Week 8: Preventing weight regain. Understanding metabolic adaptations, and what to do about them.

Week 9: Making your program sustainable: Creating strategies to help clients navigate travel, dining out and what to do if they fall off plan.

Week 10: Why mindfulness should be a coaching staple: Mindfulness strategies that will improve your client’s adherence and enjoyment of their program.

Week 11: Why aren’t clients successful post diet? Most common post diet pitfalls, helping them step into a new identity, and shifting away diet culture.

Week 12: The Art and Science of Coaching… Yourself. You’re taking care of your clients on a deep level, but are you showing up for yourself?