Nutrition | Fitness | Technique | Accountability
Start 2021 with a RESET. If you are continuing your workout journey, restarting it after a crazy 2020, or starting on a new adventure, this program is right for you! Join your guides (a registered/licensed dietitian nutritionist, two licensed physical therapists, and a certified personal trainer), as well as people from across the country to reset your nutrition and the role of exercise in your life.
This event kicks off on Sunday, January 3rd at 4:00pm with a virtual event to meet your accountability partners and guides. This one-hour meeting will be recorded for those that are unable to attend. Important information regarding your nutrition and workout plans will be given and goals of all participants will be reviewed.
Each week, participants will receive a meal/nutrition plan, full of shopping lists, recipes, and nutritional information. You will also be given daily workout challenges to help you learn how to use simple equipment in your home to train your body. Your reset guides will make sure you have all of the knowledge to start obtaining your goals. You will also be a part of a private Facebook group where you can communicate with your other accountability partners and ask questions of your team. The group will also be updated with fun workout tips, nutritional nuggets, and other important information.
We have the WHY and HOW ready for you ... you just need to sign up!
Pricing: $149 per person* (a $225 value)
*Early bird pricing available thru December 20, 2020. See registration page for early bird rates.
Dates: Sunday, January 3 - Monday, February 1, 2021
*Live virtual meetings held every Sunday at 4:00pm; all meetings will be recorded for future viewing.
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Questions? Contact Jill at email@example.com or 815.893.9075
Meet your Reset Guides
Rachael Costello, MS, RDN, LDN, Fox Valley Nutrition Consulting
Rachael Costello MS, RDN, LDN is a registered dietitian and owner of Fox Valley Nutrition Consulting. Her goal is to educate clients about food and how it can fuel their bodies, and then provide the tools to make lasting changes. "Whole foods first" is her philosophy and she has a particular interest in micronutrients, especially vitamin D. She works with clients of all ages and health conditions to achieve their nutrition and wellness goals.
Rachael holds an MS in Applied Nutrition from the University of New England, and a BA in Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado. She completed her dietetic internship at the Medical College of Virginia. She has a certificate of training in Food Allergies from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Rachael is the 2020-2021 North Suburban Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics President and is an adjunct faculty member at Harper College in the Nutrition Department.
Ashley Dougvillo, PT, DPT, CMPT, Smith Physical Therapy + Running Academy
Ashley Dougvillo joined Smith Physical Therapy and Running Academy in 2019. She graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI in 2008, receiving her Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Biomedical Sciences. She then went on to attend Northwestern University in Chicago, IL to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. She is a Certified Manual Therapist and has additionally obtained specialty certifications in the Pose Method of running, kinesiotaping, FMS/SFMA, and ASTYM.
Ashley has a true passion for working with all age levels and abilities, but as both a runner and mother, she has a special interest in treating running-related injuries and women’s health. She is a McHenry County native having grown up and spent most of her life in Spring Grove, IL. When she is away from the office, Ashley enjoys trail running, hiking, exploring history and spending time with her family.
Denise Smith, PT, CMPT, Smith Physical Therapy + Running Academy
Denise Smith graduated from Marquette University in 2002 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, is a consultant for the Russian Olympic/National Triathlon Team, and instructs courses in Kinesiology at McHenry County College. Denise also travels the country as part of the Pose Method education team with a lecture series on injury prevention and treatment along with the running technique certification course.
She is a recreational runner and triathlete who loves spending time with her two active children and husband. As a busy mom, Denise understands the importance of using your time wisely and opened Smith Physical Therapy + Running Academy to help her patients get better faster and to help athletes run smarter.
Denise has spent her years obtaining certifications that allow her to treat each patient as an individual with a focus on hands-on manual therapy techniques, functional movement patterns, return to sports testing, and advanced treatment of athletes of all levels. Read about Denise's reasons for starting Smith Physical Therapy + Running Academy in this article by The Northwest Herald.
Denise's advanced training includes: Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Pose Certified Running Specialist, Pose Certified Sports Technique Specialist, Functional Movement Screen Specialist, Gary Gray 3DMAPS Specialist, Certified Graston Technique Specialist, Y-Balance Test Specialist, ACL Injury Prevention and Return to Sport Specialist.
Jill Ernst, Personal Trainer, Smith Physical Therapy + Running Academy
Jill joined the Smith PT team in October 2020. She attended at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL, obtaining a degree in public health in 2011. After college, Jill spent 9 years working in wellness, fitness, special events and community engagement. She is an ACE certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor and a Schwinn indoor cycle instructor and uses her knowledge from these certifications to help others stay active and fit.
As a McHenry County native, growing up in Marengo, Jill believes in the power of community collaboration, servant leadership and volunteering; she is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Greater McHenry County. In her spare time, she enjoys running, biking, gardening and cooking. Between 2012 and 2015, Jill ran the Chicago Marathon twice and Boston Marathon once. She is always up for friendly competition – whether it be a running a race or a simple game of cards. Jill and her husband, Andrew, have three young children and a yellow lab that accompanies them most places they go.