Local health professional launches new fitness and nutrition app

ByLance T. Lee

May 16, 2022


In the crowded fitness and nutrition market, a local medical professional seeks to offer a personalized solution for women seeking balance in their busy lives. Loretta Holmes, owner of Bella Coaching Services in St. Joseph, is thrilled to announce the launch of her new fitness app – Stella Gets Fit. Available for download June 1 (available on Apple and Android), Stella Gets Fit combines the connected worlds of food and movement to deliver personalized training and nutrition plans designed at the individual level. In addition to personalized plans, customers have access to an extensive library of workouts, meal plans, recipes, and coaching from a certified personal trainer. The app even includes goal-setting features, group and individual challenges, and habit tracking to keep clients moving and motivated through their health journey.

The creation and launch of Stella Gets Fit reflects the natural progression of Loretta’s career as a Certified Life Coach, Master Health + Wellness Coach, and NLP Practitioner. After being a teacher for over a decade, Loretta opened Bella Coaching Services as a resource for little humans struggling with ADHD, anxiety and anger. Through this experience, Loretta witnessed the crucial connection between physical and emotional well-being and wanted to provide a resource to help others achieve balance in both areas. As a passionate advocate for women’s health in particular, Stella Gets Fit is designed by and for women only. Additionally, the app is limited to 300 participants, ensuring individual coaching attention and an exclusive community of supporters.

Women interested in becoming part of the Stella Gets Fit community can learn more about the program at stellagetsfit.com. According to Loretta, “The combination of personalized plans (created by a woman, for women) and an exclusive community makes Stella Gets Fit unique in the market. I’m thrilled to provide this personalized tool as a way to help women take a more balanced approach to health and wellness.


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